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Hi guys,

Which one better



cooler master 212 evo or cooler master s524

and i have casing cooler master storm scout 2

Thanks in advance

from new comer
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Originally Posted by madnoh View Post

Hi guys,

Which one better



cooler master 212 evo or cooler master s524

and i have casing cooler master storm scout 2

Thanks in advance

from new comer
evo, with an extra fan, get a NZXT Havik 140 if you can though.
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evo, with an extra fan, get a NZXT Havik 140 if you can though.


i think storm scout 2 cant
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i think storm scout 2 cant

Correct. The CM Storm Scout 2 only allows 162mm for coolers, whereas the Havik 140 requires 166mm.
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Western Digital Caviar SE WD1600JS NEC ND-3520A Windows XP Dell M780 
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Correct. The CM Storm Scout 2 only allows 162mm for coolers, whereas the Havik 140 requires 166mm.


Thanks for you info bro
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