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post #61 of 87 Old 09-17-2012, 10:04 AM
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i guess you just have more sensitive ears, i can barely hear them in my case and they are the only fans i run in my case even when running full rpms
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I have a DELTA PWM and that thing sings to me when my CPU is under load. biggrin.gif
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I have a DELTA PWM and that thing sings to me when my CPU is under load. biggrin.gif

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It performs better than anything I tried though.
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The CoolerMaster Hyper T4 is an affordable mainstream Heatsink delivering great cooling performance on all modern platforms thanks to its 4 specially shaped direct touch Heatpipes.
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not sure how you can say the 212+ stock fan sucks, it's one of the best fans i've ever come across, performance wise it outperforms the gt ap15, it's just a tad louder

I don't know if it's the best fan performance wise, but I know that I can barely hear it even at full blast so the noise complaints surprise me.

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I don't know if it's the best fan performance wise, but I know that I can barely hear it even at full blast so the noise complaints surprise me.

Just get a bunch of Delta's like this guy:



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Looks like it would be little better than Hyper 212 evo.
ANy news about pricing?

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Looks like it would be little better than Hyper 212 evo.
ANy news about pricing?

Where do you see that it is better than the EVO 212? IMO, they took a step back with the T4. It is probably going to be priced very similarly to the original Hyper 212. The EVO has continuous direct contact heat pipes, the T4 (like the 212+) does not.
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Direct Contact pipes close together does not define "better." A number of "not direct pipe contact" heat sinks outperform heatsinks that have " direct contact close together" design.
This is not magic, done right it works well. Done right solid bases do excellent heat transfer.
The 212 EVO seems to outperform the 212+, how much of this is fan change or product design I do not know

Just get tired of people accepting marketing "hey, look what we did" as an automatic performance gain. I suspect it is easier to manufacture direct contact bases than "traditional" solid/soldered bases.
Heat transfer doesn't care if the pipes are in contact.

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