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4.8 GHz with the Hyper 212+ might be possible, but regardless of what overclock you try with this cooler, remember that you'll have to put thermal paste in the gaps in between the exposed heatpipes first before applying thermal paste normally.

 

Here's a page that shows the best way to do it:

 

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=5

 

They also recommend lapping it, but that's optional.

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Originally Posted by Zyloth View Post

You did mention a memory OC "problem" more a battle on the ud3h board. is it the same on the ud5h board?
Installing the cooler is no problem. I have installed it before in a cooler master advanced 690. i think i will try the R4 define. I like that case smile.gif
And i agree with you about the memory. You need some low-profile to fit in, and i dont think the g.skill ram will fit in. so i considered the cooler master Hyper 212 as alternative to the noctua.
You think i can run 4.8 stable on the cooler master hyper 212?

Btw, cool name too wink.gif

I think the ud4h was the better board with memory in the UD lineup, the UP line is supposed to be better.
The ud3h (ud5h too I imagine) can overclock memory, it is just really picky with a hard start I can clock to 2666Mhz & stability test memory easily, restarts no issue, but after shutting down & going to start up, I have to downclock the memory to 2133mhz or less to start & then overclock it again, & good to go until the next shut down.
It works, just a bit of a hassle. If using memory at 2133mhz or less there isn't an issue, it just isn't a good pick for someone into memory clocking.
    
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

4.8 GHz with the Hyper 212+ might be possible, but regardless of what overclock you try with this cooler, remember that you'll have to put thermal paste in the gaps in between the exposed heatpipes first before applying thermal paste normally.

Here's a page that shows the best way to do it:

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=5

They also recommend lapping it, but that's optional.

Okay. I have today bought the noctua nh-d14 who will fit in my Cooler master advanced 690. Thanks for the link smile.gif

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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

I think the ud4h was the better board with memory in the UD lineup, the UP line is supposed to be better.
The ud3h (ud5h too I imagine) can overclock memory, it is just really picky with a hard start I can clock to 2666Mhz & stability test memory easily, restarts no issue, but after shutting down & going to start up, I have to downclock the memory to 2133mhz or less to start & then overclock it again, & good to go until the next shut down.
It works, just a bit of a hassle. If using memory at 2133mhz or less there isn't an issue, it just isn't a good pick for someone into memory clocking.

Hmm. Sounds pretty annoying... I would get mad at that board very fast. I dont think i would choose the gigabyte board.
What about the Sabertooth z77 from Asus? Any experience with that board?
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