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If I remember correctly, 7°C Higher than normal
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Bump: Added AMD Installation

Looking For Pics of LGA 775 (Just a pic of backplate installed)
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Nice Guide smile.gif
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Just wanted to pop in and say thanks for the tut. I bought one of the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO coolers and have been hesitant to install it. I figured if I mucked it up I'd fry my mother board. But the pics here showed how easy it really is to get it installed.
Thanks again.
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You're welcome, I'm Glad to hear that my [First] thread was helpful. I have some questions for you: rolleyes.gif

- What CPU did you install it on ?
- Did you get what you've paid for (Price vs. Performance) ? What's the percentage ?
- How much do you think it's worth compared to other coolers in the market ?
- Could you post a couple of pics of the front and back of the mobo with the Cooler installed ? (If clear enough, they will be added to the guide).
- Do you have any suggestions to improve this Guide.

Feel free to answer any of these questions.
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The CPU is an Intel i5 3570K.
Just got it installed this morning. I'll let you know.
See above.
I just uploaded 77 pics (raw). Have a look and see what you can use. I uploaded all on the chip so some of them are pretty nasty.
Need more pics and more in-depth dialog.
post #17 of 142
Thanks for the guide, I am now frustrated that I struggled with the scrap of paper (!) supplied and fitted my fan before reading your instructions. Fortunately I think I've done it right, but I do have one concern. As I clipped on the fan, I noticed that the cooler will still turn on the CPU (1155 / i5) It does take a bit of torque (ie. as I was pushing the fan clips on) but I'm not keen on this, it's clearly sliding on the thermal paste (only a bit used). Is this normal? I can't tighten the four cross-bracket screws any more and it seems to just be held by springs...

Advice much appreciated.
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Sorry for the late reply, Just noticed your post.
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Thanks for the guide, I am now frustrated that I struggled with the scrap of paper (!) supplied and fitted my fan before reading your instructions. Fortunately I think I've done it right, but I do have one concern. As I clipped on the fan, I noticed that the cooler will still turn on the CPU (1155 / i5) It does take a bit of torque (ie. as I was pushing the fan clips on) but I'm not keen on this, it's clearly sliding on the thermal paste (only a bit used). Is this normal? I can't tighten the four cross-bracket screws any more and it seems to just be held by springs...

Advice much appreciated.

Did you seat the screw in the middle of the bracket into the base of the heatsink like in the pics below:
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Insert the bracket in the heatsink like this:



There is a hole where this screw goes in to keep the heatsink in place:



The hole in the middle: once you insert the bracket, open it to the appropriate size:



once in place, place your heatsink on the cpu (WARNING: once in place, DO NOT remove it or you will allow air bubbles to go into your TIM resulting in more heat)


Make sure your screws align same way as you did when installing the back plate (Middle position)
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Align the screws with the holes. Screw them in a criss-cross pattern (in order: top-left, bottom-right, top-right, bottom-left)...you may need to use a bit force.

Don't forget to tighten the screw in the middle.


You should know that:

1- It's OK for it to rotate (wiggle) in place, but it's not ok of it actually MOVES in any direction !
2- Once the middle screw is in place, no need to worry. (List pic in this post)
3- Even if you tighten the 4 screws, It'll still wiggle because of the springs under the screws.
4- the screw in the middle when placed inside the hole in the base of the heatsink, It'll prevent any movement EXCEPT for in place rotation that will still be limited. The rotation ends when a heat pipe touches one of the bracket arms.

If your cooler moves in a different way, tell me and try to provide a pic or a video (Even if it's taken with a crappy phone).

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I have a Hyper 212 Plus. Looking at your pics, it looks like the heat sink/fan interferes with the nearest RAM slot? Am I correct or misjudging distances? Planning on getting Corsair Vengeance, but maybe I should get the low profile version?

Nevermind, answered my own question. Didn't see the horizontal / vertical options.
Edited by Spiralmind - 4/17/13 at 11:55am
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I have a Hyper 212 Plus. Looking at your pics, it looks like the heat sink/fan interferes with the nearest RAM slot? Am I correct or misjudging distances? Planning on getting Corsair Vengeance, but maybe I should get the low profile version?

Nevermind, answered my own question. Didn't see the horizontal / vertical options.

This ↑

And it depends on the motherboard layout too, you can't be sure until you try.

Here is the available options to avoid RAM clearance issues:

1- Install it in the vertical position.
2- Look for low profile (Thin) fans.
3- You can install the pull fan only.
4- Use low profile RAM.

You can also buy one cheap used (or even damaged) tall ram stick just for measurements.

Don't forget to post your results and I'll add it to a new section called RAM Clearance.

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