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post #11 of 65
Thanks for the info! I'll be reppin this for the $30 price point from now on rolleyes.gif

Any other recommendations for let's say the $20 & $50 price points?
Edited by FlashFir - 3/12/12 at 11:40am
post #12 of 65
There are several HSFs around the same price and performance of the Hyper 212+/EVO so pick the one that makes you happy. There's nothing wrong with any of them. They all perform just fine. Buy what makes you happy. wink.gif

Some folks have been buying the Hyper 212+ on sale for $20 so it's hard to argue with that price.

http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2572&page=4
Edited by AMD4ME - 3/12/12 at 12:11pm
post #13 of 65
Just thought I'd let you know, I appreciate posts like this. Takes time and it's clear with the facts, making it quite persuasive (meaning I'll be linking others to it).

I enjoy the quality of posts on overclock.net biggrin.gif
post #14 of 65
Thread Starter 

The True Spirit 120 costs more after shipping plus I doubt it could maintain nearly as low noise levels.  I think it looks like a nice option too though!  Especially if it outperforms.

FlashFir: Thanks! thumb.gif

post #15 of 65
You could just get a True Spirit and slap better fan on it. Adds to the cost but the Spirit is a very nice heatsink. A TS-120+TY-140 might be a nice combo, and still around $50. Or for that matter, just get a True Spirit 140. $40 I think. It's basically an Archon with a lower quality mount.
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post #16 of 65
yup, the Enermax TB Silence is a nice fan. the true spirit is the better heatsink though .
Heatsink: True Spirit >Evo=ETS40
Fan: ETS 40> Evo =True Spirit

imo

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You could just get a True Spirit and slap better fan on it. Adds to the cost but the Spirit is a very nice heatsink. A TS-120+TY-140 might be a nice combo, and still around $50. Or for that matter, just get a True Spirit 140. $40 I think. It's basically an Archon with a lower quality mount.

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post #18 of 65
The True Spirit 140 is difficult to recommend though, just like the Archon, because of its size. With about 170mm in height, it does not fit in many cases.
post #19 of 65
thats true, the HR-02 is another good choice though, with only 162mm
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I'd still recommend the Hyper 212 any day.
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