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post #11 of 19
id sell you my gtx480 with a water block on it and a old swiftech gtz block for the cpu if your up for water. you just sell the card u have now and buy a pump, rad, fans, and tubing. rolleyes.gif
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Ah wait, before I actually buy this thing, it does support my 1156 right?
It has 1150/2011/1366/1155/1150 for the Intel side. But I shouldn't worry right?
Edited by brootalperry - 7/6/13 at 8:54am
post #13 of 19
It does support 1156. As I recall, if the hsf supports 1155, it will also support 1156. As for the + vs the Evo, the last I read the 212+ has a difficult/annoying mounting solution behind the motherboard that makes it the less favorable of the two. My vote goes to the Evo.

This page actually shows all of its compatible socket types.
Hyper 212 EVO Product Page
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Ah thanks biggrin.gif I guess Newegg doesn't consider the first gen Core series as popular as the others.
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Originally Posted by xioticin View Post

It does support 1156. As I recall, if the hsf supports 1155, it will also support 1156. As for the + vs the Evo, the last I read the 212+ has a difficult/annoying mounting solution behind the motherboard that makes it the less favorable of the two. My vote goes to the Evo.

This page actually shows all of its compatible socket types.
Hyper 212 EVO Product Page

They both mount via a backplate on the underside of the mobo. It's easy enough, though if your case does not have a cutout on the mobo tray you will be taking out the mobo. The difference between EVO and Plus is the base of the heatsink and the fan used (EVO uses an Xtraflo 120mm the plus uses either sickleflow or blademaster I forget which)
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post #16 of 19
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In that case I'll probably take out the motherboard to install it. It'll give me a reason to fully dust everything out too.
post #17 of 19
The part about the difference in mounting is just something I read but it seems to not be true. Also, I own a CM Hyper N520, and it looks to have similar, if not the same back mounting plate as the EVO/Plus; mounting the N520 is very easy. The main difference between the two HSF's is the fans used on them. I have seen many hsf reviews highly rate the Evo so that would still be my best pick. I am even grabbing it for a build I am doing for a coworker due to its price to performance.
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post #18 of 19
Hyper 212 Evo is slightly better than Plus but not $11.00 better. Buy the Hyper 212 Plus and use the $11.00 to buy a second fan for push/pull. thumb.gif

Edit:
Have you checked out the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus / Evo Club forum thread?
http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club/5740_20
Edited by doyll - 7/6/13 at 11:55am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by damnwebsite View Post

the plus is pretty old, might as well get the evo

Actually the NewEgg's 212 Plus RR-B10-212P-G1 is an update that comes with the same QuickSnap fan brackets like the 212 Evo.

The 212 Plus RR-B10-212P-GP comes with the older fan-clips.
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Originally Posted by WR6133 View Post

They both mount via a backplate on the underside of the mobo. It's easy enough, though if your case does not have a cutout on the mobo tray you will be taking out the mobo. The difference between EVO and Plus is the base of the heatsink and the fan used (EVO uses an Xtraflo 120mm the plus uses either sickleflow or blademaster I forget which)

The 212 Plus comes with the Blademaster.

The US Evo comes with a XtraFlo 2000 rpm fan but the Euro Evo comes with a XtraFlo 1600 rpm.

Both the Plus and the Evo stock fans are PWM.
The Sickleflow is a 3-pin fan.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Hyper 212 Evo is slightly better than Plus but not $11.00 better. Buy the Hyper 212 Plus and use the $11.00 to buy a second fan for push/pull. thumb.gif

Edit:
Have you checked out the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus / Evo Club forum thread?
http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club/5740_20

I would agree with that, the 212 is supposed to be a good heatsink for the money.

This point was discussed in the 212 Club before.

There's feedback made by a fellow that tested both in the same system.
If I recall corretly his chip is the 2500K:

http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club/4320#post_17821190
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