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Originally Posted by edsai View Post

Take the Hyper 212 Evo, not the Hyper 212 Plus.
The 212 Evo has better contact chip than the 212 Plus.
But the 212 Plus is still a good heatsink.
The 212 Plus/Evo is a good heatsink for It's price.
So I think that's no really reason to rely with the stock Intel heatsink on heavy games.
Also the HAF 912 is a nice case.
You could still using this case on your futures upgrades and their cooling system.
If you have any question about the Hyper 212, just visit the Hyper 212 +/Evo Club.
http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club

extremely not the case, i run a 212+ with a 2500k @ 4.8ghz 24/7 with some very long gaming sessions and benching. the difference between the two is negligable in push pull setup, all goes about how well you apply thermal paste,and what fans are used. ive never seen above 55C load.
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How is this?

The 212+ has spaced heatpipes and the 212 Evo has the heatpipes without spaces between then.
So the Evo has the base contact chip better designed for heat dissipation.

212 Evo Review
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-Hyper-212-EVO-CPU-Cooler-Review/1407

212 Plus Review
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-Hyper-212-Plus-CPU-Cooler-Review/956
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extremely not the case, i run a 212+ with a 2500k @ 4.8ghz 24/7 with some very long gaming sessions and benching. the difference between the two is negligable in push pull setup, all goes about how well you apply thermal paste,and what fans are used. ive never seen above 55C load.

I own the 212+ and I believe that doesn't worth for me to swap for the 212 Evo.
I heard the 212+ could perform close to the 212 Evo.

But for who is still looking for a nice heatsink I would recommend the 212 Evo over than the 212 Plus.
No really worth to go with the Plus if the Evo has a better contact chip and It's price isn't such much than the Plus.

Newegg - Hyper 212 Plus - $29.99
Newegg - Hyper 212 Evo - $36.99
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