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[XSR] Coolermaster Hyper 412S REVIEW

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When it comes to performance, the Hyper 412S really performs. Keeping up far noisier and performance oriented coolers that I’ve tested. It seems like the CDC base design really helps.

I feel the mounting system really is all that holds this cooler back. Sure, it does the job fine once you’ve got it attached but I found the mounting system on some of Cooler Masters other coolers was better.

I see the cooler retailing for between £35 and £40. That seems like a good price for the solid build quality and performance. I’d definitely recommend this cooler.

Specifications

CPU Socket support: Intel LGA 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 775, AMD FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+
Dimension: (W / H / D) 132 x 99 x 160mm (5.2 x 3.9 x 6.3 in)
Fan Dimension: (W / H / D) 120 x 120 x 25mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1.0 in)
Fan Speed: 1,300 RPM ± 10% (900 RPM with silent mode adapter)
Fan Airflow: 52.6 CFM ± 10% (36.4 CFM @ 900RPM)
Fan Noise Level (dB-A): 22.5 dBA (16.1 dBA @ 900RPM)
Bearing Type: Long Life Sleeve Bearing
Connector: 3-Pin

Prices Starting at $42 Online


I like it!
Edited by _GTech - 2/17/12 at 5:57am
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no temp comparison against a hyper212 frown.gif
the cooler looks good but I prefer at least 2000rpm fan. I cant hear it over the noise of case fans anyway.

I'll wait for more reviews before i get this for my new build
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what r u talking about? There is 212 EVO in those charts and 412s is somewhat better, but very similar. No wonder when they both have 4 6mm heat-pipes. It looks nicer tho...
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no temp comparison against a hyper212 frown.gif
the cooler looks good but I prefer at least 2000rpm fan. I cant hear it over the noise of case fans anyway.
I'll wait for more reviews before i get this for my new build

If you read the article it clearly states that slower fans actually produces lower temps!

>.>

Anyway, I like this cooler!


Anyone else like it?
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needs push pull
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Looks nice. I was just about to purchase the 212 EVO but I may hold off until this becomes available.
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