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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.

Intel Core i7-3960X
ASUS RAMPAGE IV of EXTREME
Patriot DDR3 1600MHz the Viper the Xtreme
Palit a Jetstream GTX, 680
Kingston,'s HyperX the SSD 120GB
H100 of Corsair / Cooler Master TPC 812


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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
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Do you really consider those as reliable sources of information? Their sample size is too small and did not explore any other fan options. There is also no direct comparison vs the Megahalems. What's worse is that there is no mention of ambient temperatures.

Still waiting for a reliable source.
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Still waiting for a reliable source.

Yeah, beats H100 by 11C. My ass.
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Yeah, beats H100 by 11C. My ass.

they forgot to plug in the H100 tongue.gif
post #25 of 34
CPU temps compare, Core temps could have a difference result if the heatsink is good placed , less or more paste , untill hardware canucks, techpowerup,Overclockersclub,,leggitreviews,tweaktown,hardwareheaven or ehume make it a review I wont trust totally
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In this test, the performance of the TPC 812 is good, even under a single fan

but double fan setup could determinate the total performance which could be at NH D14 level but as I said someone here has to test it !
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In HK, it costs HK$569
(Offical price quoted by hkepc hardware)
http://www.hkepc.com/7800
Edited by fto123 - 4/26/12 at 1:49am
post #27 of 34
up up and away...

i read a lot of good review on this cooler, it seems that if noctua/corsair don't catch up they might face a drop in sales for the next few quater
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up up and away...
i read a lot of good review on this cooler, it seems that if noctua/corsair don't catch up they might face a drop in sales for the next few quater

Noctua has 3 years w/ NH D14 and the only 2 thing that owns it are TR SA and phanteks dual tower
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Still waiting for a reliable source.

Yeah, beats H100 by 11C. My ass.

I think Frosty Tech's reviews are bogus, but here's theirs on that 150W heat block (synthetic test):
http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2654&page=5
+0.2C worse than H100

Legit Rviews on a 3960X with "a high OC of 4.5GHz" and HT on:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1913/6/
+13C worse than H100
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

I think Frosty Tech's reviews are bogus, but here's theirs on that 150W heat block (synthetic test):
http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2654&page=5
+0.2C worse than H100
Legit Rviews on a 3960X with "a high OC of 4.5GHz" and HT on:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1913/6/
+13C worse than H100

frosty tech reviews are wrong always, they say that Thermax Eclipse II is better than NH D14,NH C14 and Phanteks PH-TC14PE when it isnt, also Corsair H80 beter than NH D14 , Phanteks PH-TC14PE, and it isnt right rolleyes.gif
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