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What are you all running to push your CPUs that high? Is that daily usage or extreme OC testing? The 212+ not going to cause problems hitting 4.5-4.8 with crazy temps. @4.6GHz idle i see temps around 29C and load under 50C, running all threads/cores maxed I MIGHT hit 60C. The D14 is considered better but is also A LOT larger and might not fit with the OPs case (or even future plans).

@OP - get the 212 and see where your CPU is able to reasonable OC. If you want more out of it then upgrade.
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What are you all running to push your CPUs that high? Is that daily usage or extreme OC testing? The 212+ not going to cause problems hitting 4.5-4.8 with crazy temps. @4.6GHz idle i see temps around 29C and load under 50C, running all threads/cores maxed I MIGHT hit 60C. The D14 is considered better but is also A LOT larger and might not fit with the OPs case (or even future plans).
@OP - get the 212 and see where your CPU is able to reasonable OC. If you want more out of it then upgrade.

I went with the 212+ because it does fit my case, the NZXT 410 Phantom. I would really enjoy getting to a 24/7 OC speed for 4.5 with air cooling.
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80c is almost the threshold for Intel chips.

No...It's not.
 
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Originally Posted by Epyon415 View Post

What are you all running to push your CPUs that high? Is that daily usage or extreme OC testing? The 212+ not going to cause problems hitting 4.5-4.8 with crazy temps. @4.6GHz idle i see temps around 29C and load under 50C, running all threads/cores maxed I MIGHT hit 60C. The D14 is considered better but is also A LOT larger and might not fit with the OPs case (or even future plans).
@OP - get the 212 and see where your CPU is able to reasonable OC. If you want more out of it then upgrade.

You're able to get 60C at 4.6ghz OC running Linx? On a 212? Wow I'm jealous.
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Gentle Typhoons AP-15 are Best fans I ever had. Between AP-15 and AP-29 I decide AP-15.
After Gentle good is Nosiblocker Multiframe.
I buy 2x for CORSAIR Hydro H700 and later I will move on H100 and buy another two.
Sometimes it's hard to find. But I love fan to do job not for decoration.

http://i.imgur.com/LPpdL.jpg

Now I must paint in black not blade only... sleeve with MDPC-X.
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