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Originally Posted by TwoCables;15337496 
I was actually just thinking about how secure the heatsink itself is. It should be really really secure and nice and tight. Like, it should feel as though it's welded to the board. smile.gif

When I try to shake the heatsink the board flexes. And on the other side of the case I always push until I hear the clicks from each pin. The black part of the pushpin sticks out of each hole on the backside of the motherboard.

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The 212+ doesn't use pushpins right? Maybe I should just get one of those tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by consume;15337553 
When I try to shake the heatsink the board flexes. And on the other side of the case I always push until I hear the clicks from each pin. The black part of the pushpin sticks out of each hole on the backside of the motherboard.

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The 212+ doesn't use pushpins right? Maybe I should just get one of those tomorrow.
Oh wow, I just realized I confused myself and thought you were using the 212 Plus already. My fault.

You're right, the 212 Plus doesn't use push puns but instead it has nice screws.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;15337580 
Oh wow, I just realized I confused myself and thought you were using the 212 Plus already. My fault.

You're right, the 212 Plus doesn't use push puns but instead it has nice screws.

not sure if this is the case with the OP, but when i had my Hyper212+, no matter how tight it was mounted, i could still rotate it a few degrees each way with little effort. never the best design to begin with.
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Just installed the evo with the cm thermal paste and wow, 10c off each core lol rCAUe.png
Although I wonder what my temps would be on a tx3 without pushpins...and I really wish all the other cores were as cool as core 0, lol.
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