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Originally Posted by Khaled G View Post

It could be:

- Short Circuit: Recheck every single connection.
- Forgot to connect something ? 24 Pin ATX/8 Pin EPS/ VGA Power.
- Power Supply Failing ? Highly unlikely but possible

I suggest troubleshooting by:

- Disconnecting everything (All power and data connectors, RAM , VGA (Disconnect&Remove) & HDDs) then plug in 24/8 Pin connectors and fire it up.
- If it gives no problems, switch off, add RAM and fire it up again.
- If no problem, Add VGA (and connect it's power).
- If no problem add HDDs.

thanks i went through some of those before I posted. tried checking power connections, took out ram as well. one random time it just decided to boot without one of the ram sticks. put it back in and boots just fine and so far (touch of wood!) the battlestation seems to be alright. loving the evo 212 btw my pc no longer sounds like a vacuum! thank you once again Khaled for the wonderful guide smile.gif
post #122 of 142
does it take awhile for the thermal paste to settle in or something? my idle temps are quite high (50-55). installed around 2 hrs ago.
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Your CPU is a monster but 50s are a bit high and the TIM that comes with it doesn't require curing time. whats your load temps ?

By the way, 2 new installation videos are in the works, 1 already uploaded (No Audio), the other is stop motion, and will have 5K (5120x2880) quality !
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does it take awhile for the thermal paste to settle in or something? my idle temps are quite high (
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Your CPU is a monster but 50s are a bit high and the TIM that comes with it doesn't require curing time. whats your load temps ?

By the way, 2 new installation videos are in the works, 1 already uploaded (No Audio), the other is stop motion, and will have 5K (5120x2880) quality !

thanks for updating the vids I will definitely check them out!

And the numbers i posted earlier weren't accurate sorry. Right now on idle they hang around 35. When gaming (BF 4) they seem to hover around 50-60 and are way way way quieter than the stock fans! Overall I'm very happy with them smile.gif
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thanks for updating the vids I will definitely check them out!

And the numbers i posted earlier weren't accurate sorry. Right now on idle they hang around 35. When gaming (BF 4) they seem to hover around 50-60 and are way way way quieter than the stock fans! Overall I'm very happy with them smile.gif

Your temperatures are perfect thumb.gif
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post #126 of 142
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Your temperatures are perfect thumb.gif

Thanks thats really comforting to hear! Was made possible thanks to your awesome guide. Keep up the great work!
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I am trying to install the Hyper 212 Evo on a 2011-v3 socket (core i7-5960 CPU). The motherboard is an ASUS X-99-DELUXE. The EVO comes with two sets of standoffs, with the instructions calling for using the shorter of the two to install the fan. The problem is that the standoffs seem too short (the spring loaded screws don't reach the threads). I tried using the longer set of standoffs, but they don't appear to be tight enough and the fan is loose. any thoughts on how to fix this?
post #128 of 142
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I am trying to install the Hyper 212 Evo on a 2011-v3 socket (core i7-5960 CPU). The motherboard is an ASUS X-99-DELUXE. The EVO comes with two sets of standoffs, with the instructions calling for using the shorter of the two to install the fan. The problem is that the standoffs seem too short (the spring loaded screws don't reach the threads). I tried using the longer set of standoffs, but they don't appear to be tight enough and the fan is loose. any thoughts on how to fix this?

Try again with the shorter screws and make sure the screw in the center of the X-bracket is aligned properly with the corresponding hole in the base of the cooler, as it could be lifting the bracket up a bit.
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post #129 of 142
Hello,

I just bought a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, I'm wondering how is easier to install, whether while the motherboard is in the tower thru the hole in the back of the chasis or whether unmounting the motherboard?

Thanks for your suggestions in advance thumb.gif
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It's up to you to choose what's easier for you. For me, I only remove the MB when I am replacing it, replacing the case or cleaning the whole thing piece by piece.

Think of this:

- Don't bother pulling out the motherboard unless there is not enough room for your hands or any of the cooler components.
- If you install the cooler out of the case then put back the MB, you might face trouble trying to reattach the 8Pin cpu power cable.

I installed it out of the chassis in my guide because I can't fit the camera inside to take pics and record vids, I wouldn't have done that otherwise.

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