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that is the right items... you can use the stock fan or look at something like the CM blademaster if you like
http://www.ebuyer.com/221740-coolermaster-blademaster-case-fan-120x25mm-black-pwm-hyper-212-fan-r4-bmbs-20pk-r0
scythe GT's are also good with this cooler smile.gif


yea you can use any 120MM fan you want the brackets for the HS just screw on.
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yea you can use any 120MM fan you want the brackets for the HS just screw on.

Can I ask what you mean by just screw on?
I'm not 100% with that concept, I have no experience at all.
    
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the FAN scews onto the coolers brackets and the brackets just clip onto the heatsink itself smile.gif
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post #14 of 33
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Can I ask what you mean by just screw on?
I'm not 100% with that concept, I have no experience at all.

the way the fan is attached to the metal heatsink is with plastic brackets that just screw on to any 120MM fan.

I have red one attached to mine.... see the black plastic piece ?

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post #15 of 33
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So this means I will just have to unscrew this Intel fan and screw on the Evo, the brackets will fit either and i won't have to replace them?
    
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post #16 of 33
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So this means I will just have to unscrew this Intel fan and screw on the Evo, the brackets will fit either and i won't have to replace them?

What!? are you talking about the intel heatsink? that is not 120mm and it is not a standard fan lol.

the evo requires you to put on a retention bracket/nuts on the underside of the mobo also ....
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post #17 of 33
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So this means I will just have to unscrew this Intel fan and screw on the Evo, the brackets will fit either and i won't have to replace them?

you will, the cooler comes with everything you need as you will see here
http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club
http://www.overclock.net/t/1322128/guide-how-to-install-cooler-master-hyper-212-evo-plus-on-sockets-1155-1366-2011-amd

all tips you should need thumb.gif
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post #18 of 33
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Like everyone else said, the Hyper 212+ EVO is the gold-standard for cheap cooling. The thermal paste that comes with it is pretty good, so no need to buy anything extra.
yup.
post #19 of 33
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

the way the fan is attached to the metal heatsink is with plastic brackets that just screw on to any 120MM fan.
I have red one attached to mine.... see the black plastic piece ?

Now I've seen stubass' link I can see what you mean, I don;t really want to remove the mobo because it's just something i haven't done before you know?

But if i have to i might as well replace it, It's a B75 and i'm more interested in a Z77 so if i pick both up around christmas I'll just do both at once.
    
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post #20 of 33
Some cases have a big enough cut-out behind the socket on the motherboard that you can swap it in without taking the motherboard out of the case - but that'll depend on the case you have.
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