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Will two of these work on a hyper 212 or will they cause to much turbulence within the case ?
Delta FFB1212EH-PWM 120mm Case Fan.

It will be used on a 2500k, in a HAF 932 advanced. Noise is not a concern just not sure if the 150cfm these put out will be overkill.
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There's no such thing as overkill. Go for it.
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Yep, no problem there. And those fan connectors on the Hyper 212+ are awesome. None of those stupid wire connectors.
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Ok cool, should i put a different exhaust fan in the back of the case or will the stock fans be fine? Was worried that those on the cooler would mess with the airflow within the case.
post #5 of 30
Maybe use the fan that comes with the Hyper 212 on the back of the case. I think it blows at 2000RPM and is a pretty good fan.
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It really isn't going to make too terribly much of a difference on that cooler. I've got 2 of those same fans on a Xigmatek S1283 (almost the same as the CM212+), with a shroud, and my CPU still can't take high voltage because I'm limited by the cooler (also an i5 2500k).

Instead of blowing $60 or whatever on fans, get a better cooler. Spend a little more, and get the best air cooler you can (Noctua D14 or Promilatech Megahalems, Megahalems doesn't come with fans though).
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post
It really isn't going to make too terribly much of a difference on that cooler. I've got 2 of those same fans on a Xigmatek S1283 (almost the same as the CM212+), with a shroud, and my CPU still can't take high voltage because I'm limited by the cooler (also an i5 2500k).

Instead of blowing $60 or whatever on fans, get a better cooler. Spend a little more, and get the best air cooler you can (Noctua D14 or Promilatech Megahalems, Megahalems doesn't come with fans though).
Good advise! The HSF combo matters a lot more then the fans.
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Well the 212+ I already have, so for now I will put these on. Was thinking the 612 will be a good upgrade if priced reasonable when it's released. Thanks for the input, it's very appreciated.
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Well the 212+ I already have, so for now I will put these on. Was thinking the 612 will be a good upgrade if priced reasonable when it's released. Thanks for the input, it's very appreciated.
If you have the Hyper 212+ already then ok. Use those fans. You will eventually want a better Heatsink tough.
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If you have the Hyper 212+ already then ok. Use those fans. You will eventually want a better Heatsink tough.
Really???

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