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i dont know it's only ~3 °C better than the NZXT Havik 120 wich is a bit smaller. Looks like it would be similar to a venomous X performance wise, in size and price?
regarding the test: why do they use AS5 for the testing? could there be a worse choice? and the 2400rpm fan "remained quiet"? and a test with the same fan would've been nice

Indeed. I generally disregard reviews that dont do same-fan testing. The 2400 rpm 'remained quiet'? Ha. No. No it did not.
    
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There is a new special editon of the Thermalright HR-02 Macho avaible wich comes with a black and white ty-141 Fan:

600

hopefully they will sell these fans seperately in the future
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Considering its performance, and noise characteristics, I'd imagine it would be a better fit for the black Phanteks PH-TC14PE (or any color), than the stock Phanteks 140mm.

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Cooler Master TPC 812 RR-T812-24PK-R1
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103176
$69.99


Synthetic test using Gelid GC-EXTREME TIM - http://www.hkepc.com/7773

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Thermal resistance formula: thermal resistance value = (measured temperature - ambient temperature) Δ T / (heat output) P


Editor's comments:
In this test, the performance of the TPC 812 is good, even under a single fan at full speed 2400rpm, its thermal performance has been close to the V6GT dual fan 160W under thermal resistance is only 0.15, with the more than one with speed The ventilation fan in the PUSH & PULL principle can certainly have a better cooling effect.

Full speed issued 2400RPM official regulations on noise 40dBA, so test to join the test 1500RPM, allows users to understand the thermal performance under generally mute players recommended acceptable noise levels, the test results also showed that, in 1500RPM temperature rise about 3 degrees, doing well.

If you want to strike a balance between cooling performance and noise level, users may wish to install two 12CM fan, the fan speed set at about 1500RPM, and so should be able to do the performance under the single fan 2400rpm. To sum up, the Cooler Master TPC 812 processor heat sink, is a new concept of high-end air-cooled heat sink, and a strong replace V6GT position with other high-end radiator.


Tested with an i7-3960X - http://chinese.vr-zone.com/14946/cooler-master-tpc-812-vapor-chamber-04232012/

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Can be found through a chart Cooler Master TPC 812 best performing conditions, the general view in the TDP of 65W ~ 160W, the coefficient is suppressed in the following 0.110, in fact, can also be noted that under the conditions of the TDP of 130W, the coefficient showing the lowest, which is why we actually use the TDP of 130W Intel Core i7-3960X test, because the most capable of rendering the TPC 812, this also has the advantage of the Vapor Chamber Heat Pipe Radiator.

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With Vapor Chamber Cooler Master TPC 812 overall in the Full Load Core i7-3960X temperature suppression is quite good, but to return to the idle environment of Corsair H100 prevailed.

Cooler Master TPC 812 NT $ 2,290 selling price, and one water-cooled radiator contrast, slightly has quite competitive. Part of the performance, through the measured data, 10 out of the premise, we are willing to give this radiator the performance of nine points.

9/10



Subnet posted the fan-less TPC 800, along with two more TPC 812 reviews in the 812 thread.

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Still no real "credible" reviews out there. BTW this does come in a cheaper "vanilla" version that doesn't come with fans:

http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6820
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New review from Frostytech:

http://frostytech.com/permalink.cfm?NewsID=98879

Their review methodology is quite synthetic though - take it with some salt.
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Here is another review:

http://www.tech-kings.net/home/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=215%3Acooler-master-tpc-812-cpu-cooler-review&catid=44%3Acooling

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This is quite promising considering its size - yet nobody has done a Push/Pull review yet.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233029
I linked this cooler earlier in the thread, it is now at newegg.
 
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There is a new special editon of the Thermalright HR-02 Macho avaible wich comes with a black and white ty-141 Fan:

600

hopefully they will sell these fans seperately in the future

The whole cooler looks lovely. But I couldn't find it at Nan's. Where can I find it?

 

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The whole cooler looks lovely. But I couldn't find it at Nan's. Where can I find it?

Looks like it's going to be made in a limited edition of 1000, and possibly not available until July.
http://www.pc-cooling.de/CPU+Kuehler/Intel+LGA775/Thermalright/100700716/Thermalright+HR-02+Macho+-+Special+Edition+-+CPU+Kuehler.html

Not sure if the date is just for the retailer or TR release, but the special edition isn't even on TR's website.
    
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i asked them yesterday and it's only for the german/european market, it's basically a 'purchase order' from PC-Cooling..
they will not release the fan seperately either, because they can only get the TY-141/150 in different color-combinations for some reason and the TY-141 is not popular enough they say...
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So, it's limited to 1,000 units, black/white color scheme was chosen by the winner of a Facebook contest, and sales begin next Monday for about 39.99 Euro.

One way or another, they must sell the TY-141 and TY-150 in this scheme. Of course, black/black would be preferable.


http://skinflint.co.uk/768185
http://www.pc-cooling.de/product_info.php?model=100700716#top


Thermalright HR-02 Macho Special Edition (SE) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMednaAeT5I






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http://www.overclock.net/t/1201657/arctic-cooling-accelero-hybrid-air-water-gpu-cooler


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Metric, where do you always find all of this awesome information? eek.gif

Elohim, did you ever get all of your reviews together?
 
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I hadn't noticed Otterclock's post when I made my last post.

Batgirl - Nowhere in particular, really. I just try to add anything of interest that I may come across.


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Thermalright Silver Arrow Extreme (Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme) review - http://www.nikktech.com/main/articles/pc-hardware/232-thermalright-silver-arrow-extreme-cpu-cooler

Unlike the Silver Arrow SB-E, which comes with one TY-141 and one TY-150, the Silver Arrow Extreme is equipped with two TY-143 fans (600rpm min, 2500rpm max). With the Extreme's slimmer, less densely packed towers, the higher rpm TY-143s would almost certainly be better suited to coolers like the Phanteks PH-TC14PE and standard Silver Arrow. MSRP for the Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme is "USD89/79Euros."

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