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Hi,

Which guide should apply to the newer 212X?

Also, will the 212X's fan be a problem using RipjawsX on a Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H or Z87-D3HP (as I plan to use all 4 DIMM slots later)? For some, I read they put the fan on the other size opposite the RAMs, near the rear exhaust fan. Is this the optimal solution? Thanks.
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Hi,

Which guide should apply to the newer 212X?

Also, will the 212X's fan be a problem using RipjawsX on a Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H or Z87-D3HP (as I plan to use all 4 DIMM slots later)? For some, I read they put the fan on the other size opposite the RAMs, near the rear exhaust fan. Is this the optimal solution? Thanks.

1- IIRC, Socket LGA 1150 on your board works the same as 1155 and 1156, so use the 1155 guide.

2- I have a Z77X-UD3H Mobo and a Hyper 212 Evo with Fans on both sides and I can fit 4 corsair vengeance ram sticks though the 4th stick Will TOUCH the push fan. I cant promise it WILL fit because I have a different setup, so, you have to try it yourself.

3- Most users attach the fan in "Push" config on the ram side. You can (Forgive me if I'm wrong) install the fan on any side as long as the air direction is towards the rear exhaust fan.

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post #33 of 142
Thanks Khaled.

Can you pls post a photo with the vengeance sticking on your evo fan, just for reference? I saw both the vengeance and ripjaws and noticed the former might be a bit higher. It's inconvenient returning stuff here, so it would be best to make sure before buying. Thanks.
Edited by sherpa25 - 7/17/13 at 9:03pm
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post #34 of 142
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Thanks Khaled.

Can you pls post a photo with the vengeance sticking on your evo fan, just for reference? I saw both the vengeance and ripjaws and noticed the former might be a bit higher. It's inconvenient returning stuff here, so it would be best to make sure before buying. Thanks.

Sure ! (Be warned that spacing varies within Mobos)

Slots 3&4:














Slots 1&3: (Default for Dual Channel)




If you need more photos from a specific perspective, I'll be more than happy to help.
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Which would be a better configuration? Pushing air in or Pulling air out towards the exhaust rear fan?
post #36 of 142
Thanks Khaled. These pictures are fine.

That looks quite tight. But I've read recommendations from some users to raise the fan a bit to give way to the RAM, didn't you raise yours?

@ds84, I believe the fan was meant to be positioned as pushing air into the heatsinks/rear fan. Some have installed it the other way though, but I'm not sure of the difference w/ regards to effect.
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To answer all of your questions:
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I've read recommendations from some users to raise the fan a bit to give way to the RAM, didn't you raise yours?

Yes, some people raise their fan a little but I didn't raise mine:


Quote:
Originally Posted by ds84 View Post

Which would be a better configuration? Pushing air in or Pulling air out towards the exhaust rear fan?

The most used configuration is this: (Front to Rear, Bottom to Top)

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Which would be a better configuration? Pushing air in or Pulling air out towards the exhaust rear fan?
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Originally Posted by sherpa25 View Post

I believe the fan was meant to be positioned as pushing air into the heatsinks/rear fan. Some have installed it the other way though, but I'm not sure of the difference w/ regards to effect.

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Edited by Khaled G - 7/22/13 at 11:41am
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post #38 of 142
Hello,

Thanks for the guide, I'm receiving my H212 Evo tomorrow along with Arctic ice thermal paste, however I have a question.

I'm not entirely sure what way and where to place the fan, I currently have a case with no front fan(s), no side fan, just 1 top fan and 1 rear fan that both exhaust.

What side of the heatsink should I place the fan and which way should it blow the air?

Thanks a lot, Joe.
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Hello,

Thanks for the guide, I'm receiving my H212 Evo tomorrow along with Arctic ice thermal paste, however I have a question.

I'm not entirely sure what way and where to place the fan, I currently have a case with no front fan(s), no side fan, just 1 top fan and 1 rear fan that both exhaust.

What side of the heatsink should I place the fan and which way should it blow the air?

Thanks a lot, Joe.

You have 2 options:

1- Pull air from front and blow it towards the rear fan.
2- Pull air from bottom and blow it towards the top exhaust.

Both will give similar results.
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You have 2 options:

1- Pull air from front and blow it towards the rear fan.
2- Pull air from bottom and blow it towards the top exhaust.

Both will give similar results.

Alright thank you, I was just unsure because since there is no direct airflow coming from a fan at the front of my case, wouldn't making the fan intake cold air from the front be useless?
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