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I bought a http://es.gigabyte.com/products/mb/specs/ga-f2a85xn-wifirev_10.html and an A10-6800k APU, also a Sapphire 7870 Ghz Ed. my guess is is the Hyper 212 EVO would fit there, as far as I know, the fm2 Socket measures 60mm and from there to the PCI-E x16 slot theres about +-40mm, so theoricaly it would fit but I would first like to get some opionions from you experts lol

 

Anyway thanks :D

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Yes? I might be worried about your ram having enough clearance though?
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The RAM is a pair of 2 http://www.pccomponentes.com/g_skill_ripjaws_x_ddr3_1600_pc3_12800_8gb_2x4gb_cl7.html , I know the heatsink is a bit big, but I can place the fan on the other side of the 212 EVO or place this fan on both sides : http://www.pccomponentes.com/scythe_slip_stream_120x120mm_800rpm.html

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* RAM is 40mm tall so should be fine.
* 800rpm fans are too slow for CPU cooler. Normal cooler fans are 800-2000rpm range and sometime even faster.
* What case do you have?
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Bitfenix prodigy

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Case is tall enough for many coolers. I've seen TC14PE and NH-D14 in it. Biggest problem is GPU clearance. What is the distance from PCI slot to center of CPU?
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Case is tall enough for many coolers. I've seen TC14PE and NH-D14 in it. Biggest problem is GPU clearance. What is the distance from PCI slot to center of CPU?

 

CPU socket is about 60mm x 60mm and from it to the PCI-E x16 slot theres about 40mm, the problem is that on side of the PCB that faces the heatsink, there are 4 screws that can hit the cpu heatsink.

 

Heres a link of all the components:

 

Mobo : http://www.pccomponentes.com/gigabyte_ga_f2a85xn_wifi.html

 

CPU : http://www.pccomponentes.com/amd_a10_6800k_4_10ghz.html

 

RAM : http://www.pccomponentes.com/g_skill_ripjaws_x_ddr3_1600_pc3_12800_8gb_2x4gb_cl7.html

 

GPU : http://www.pccomponentes.com/sapphire_radeon_hd_7870_ghz_edition_2gb_gddr5.html

 

PSU : http://www.pccomponentes.com/corsair_cx500_v2_500w_builder_series_80_plus_bronze.html

 

SSD : http://www.pccomponentes.com/crucial_m4_128gb_ssd_sata3.html

 

Case : http://www.pccomponentes.com/bitfenix_prodigy_negra.html

 

DVD : http://www.pccomponentes.com/asus_drw_24b5st_dvd_24x_negra_oem.html

post #8 of 29
As you say "60mm x 60mm and from it to the PCI-E x16 slot theres about 40mm", than 30mm + 40mm = 70mm x 2 = 140mm cooler width. Hyper 212 Evo is 120 x 80 x 159 mm with fan so you should be fine.
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As you say "60mm x 60mm and from it to the PCI-E x16 slot theres about 40mm", than 30mm + 40mm = 70mm x 2 = 140mm cooler width. Hyper 212 Evo is 120 x 80 x 159 mm with fan so you should be fine.

 

Tomorrow I´ll try to put the hyper 212 there, Ill post here how things go, maybye I can help someone else with my same question

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That the beauty of the forum. Getting help and than being able to help others. thumb.gif

Most of the time it's more talking ideas out than anything else. We figure out our own answers discussing the question.
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