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Originally Posted by Acefire View Post

Where can I get one?!?!?!
Seriously...... mad.gif

yeah, google shop has nothing, gimmy! sozo.gif
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post #52 of 65
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Originally Posted by iLeeT View Post

Yeah I was about to post that. The 2 212's I see avaliable on newgg have only copper pipes... Not an ALL COPPER BASE. Which model is that?
The 2 I see on newegg are the Plus and the EVO.

That's the original Hyper 212.

The Plus and the EVO have the direct copper pipes, and outperform the original. The EVO is the newest one, and performs the best out of the 212 line.
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post #53 of 65
A toast to massive toasters cheers.gif

How about a toasted fan sandwich sir?

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My sandwich toaster has since made me cut n chuck the grill wink.gif
    
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What else would you put in there? I think my work computer is ridiculously large for how little it contains. I like that my 212+ almost touches the other side of my case.

ml5wf5.jpg

Wheres the beef?
Edited by Marioshi - 8/23/12 at 3:17pm
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post #55 of 65
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Originally Posted by Korruptive View Post

Direct contact is better because it transfers heat more efficiently
Not always. Unless designed properly you can end up with hot spots from gaps or compromised heat-pipes from too much being cut away to make the base flat.

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post #56 of 65

 

 

 

yeaaaah, scythe orochi on a 680i mobo!

 

There have been huge heatsinks for ever. 

post #57 of 65
I think the euro or older version of the 212 has a copper base. The one I got for my 940 socket has a solid smooth base.


But in relation to the OP, no they aren't. You can get smaller ones. How do you think people build Mini and Mico ATX computers. The best performing ones are huge.
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post #58 of 65
Virtually all remotely decent coolers made in the last six plus years have solid copper bases, barring HDT coolers of course. Many are nickel plated, thats all.

And yeah, performance is directly related to size. It's not the only factor of course, but there is no way around this relationship.
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post #59 of 65
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Speshy View Post

A toast to massive toasters cheers.gif
How about a toasted fan sandwich sir?
rig1.jpg
My sandwich toaster has since made me cut n chuck the grill wink.gif

ROFL omg! biggrin.gif

I hope yer CPU is -14 degrees Ceclius with that thing.
Edited by iLeeT - 8/23/12 at 4:37pm
     
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yeaaaah, scythe orochi on a 680i mobo!

There have been huge heatsinks for ever. 

Wow that one looks like a cars radiator....

Pretty soon people are gonna be stealing Mercedes Benz radiators to cool their PCs. tongue.gif

I guess all they r now is built up versions of models from previous gens. they r just up a few scales in size... but still similar.

Ridiculous point to kewl these new CPU's.
Edited by iLeeT - 8/23/12 at 4:47pm
     
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