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This is the fan that comes with the 212+ if you want it to match.
    
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Originally Posted by Smoblikat View Post
Honestly unless you are grabbing dual AP-15's there isnt any reason to get a second fan unless you simply want ont, i have seen reviews taht say the stock fan by itself is good enough to use without a p/p config, and when adding a second fan there was no drop in temps. Or scythe kaze's, basically anything SUPER high quality is what i recommend.
I second this. Using the stock fan has worked quite well for me and adding a second didn't drop my temps any.
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