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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?

You should consider adding front fan(s) in the near future. What case do you have ?
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You should consider adding front fan(s) in the near future. What case do you have ?

I have this case http://www.amazon.co.uk/Antec-One-Midi-Tower-Case/dp/B006TVQU6C

I don't think there is anywhere to place a front fan, there is a bottom fan slot, 1 rear slot, 1 roof slot and 1 side slot.

EDIT: Nevermind reading the reviews I can see apparently there is a front fan hidden, so yes I will probably install one in the future or should I remove one of the roof/rear fans and put it in the front as an intake?
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I have this case http://www.amazon.co.uk/Antec-One-Midi-Tower-Case/dp/B006TVQU6C

I don't think there is anywhere to place a front fan, there is a bottom fan slot, 1 rear slot, 1 roof slot and 1 side slot.

EDIT: Nevermind reading the reviews I can see apparently there is a front fan hidden, so yes I will probably install one in the future or should I remove one of the roof/rear fans and put it in the front as an intake?

OMG! That's the tightest case I've ever seen ! eek.gif

DO NOT remove any fan from this tiny case, just add as many fans as possible and follow the airflow direction in the pic I provided few posts back.

Install your 212 pulling air from front to rear.

And please fill your PC components in the Rig Builder.
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OMG! That's the tightest case I've ever seen ! eek.gif

DO NOT remove any fan from this tiny case, just add as many fans as possible and follow the airflow direction in the pic I provided few posts back.

Install your 212 pulling air from front to rear.

And please fill your PC components in the Rig Builder.

So I make the fan face my ram, then make it blowing into the heatsink and not away?
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So I make the fan face my ram, then make it blowing into the heatsink and not away?

Exactly thumb.gif
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ok im a little confused, im going to install a hyper 212 on a FM2 6800 combo, do i remove the stock heatsink standoffs on the board or what, do i mount it same as socket 1155?? thanks
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ok im a little confused, im going to install a hyper 212 on a FM2 6800 combo, do i remove the stock heatsink standoffs on the board or what, do i mount it same as socket 1155?? thanks

Yes, remove the stock standoffs and install it same as socket 1155 but use the other side of the back plate. Like this:

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Yes, remove the stock standoffs and install it same as socket 1155 but use the other side of the back plate. Like this:


Hey, just wanted to say thanks alot for the help, I installed my Hyper 212 Evo onto my i5 2500k and I'm running much better temperatures than that bloody stock cooler!

It is summer here and my case only has 2 fans plus it's in a bad position but I'm averaging 45-50 degrees idle and 60-70 under load. (Oc'd to 4.2)
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Hey, just wanted to say thanks alot for the help, I installed my Hyper 212 Evo onto my i5 2500k and I'm running much better temperatures than that bloody stock cooler!

It is summer here and my case only has 2 fans plus it's in a bad position but I'm averaging 45-50 degrees idle and 60-70 under load. (Oc'd to 4.2)
Might want to reseat the cooler, 40-50 idle seems quite high even under those conditions.
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post #50 of 142
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Might want to reseat the cooler, 40-50 idle seems quite high even under those conditions.

I understand, when I first loaded it up we had some issues, for some reason the screws would not line up and we needed to jiggle it about a bit, plus who I installed it with, he's not really good at realising you don't need a lot of thermal paste and the chip wont just burn out if you don't put a ton on :L

Tomorrow I will remove it, completely wipe clean both the cooler and cpu then I'll re-seat it properly. May I ask, what temps should I be getting? When I first installed it I was at 40-45 degrees, which I'm guessing is wrong?
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