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I'm got a 8320 in my whitebox with stock cooling, looking into a replacement that's significantly cooler, quieter and not terribly much larger as I don't have a tons of room any recommendations? I can post a pic of the inside of the case if needed. Not OC'ing right now maybe in the future. Thanks
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TPC-812 or dual radiator loop is standard for the 8xxx.
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Thanks for the quick response, how much larger then the 212 evo? I'm assuming you would go for the tpc over the evo any day?
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A bit fatter but just as tall. Cooler Master really crams some cooling into the TPCs, The heat pipes are thicker and, of course the selling point is the huge vertical vapor chamber. I've not seen anyone take that cooler to its thermal limit yet. Evo is alright. I've owned the older 212+ and nearly identical T4. They just don't have the capacity to keep 6+ cores cool with heavy OC. Perfectly fine for quads and mild overclocks on 6 cores though. There is also the TPC-612 which is a little skinnier with one less heat pipe but still has same everything else.

Info: http://www.cmuniversity.net/vapor.php?lang=en

In Europe they sell a TPC-800 that runs passive.

Pics of how big the TPC-612 is in my rig: http://www.overclock.net/t/1446151/damrics-new-toys
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A bit fatter but just as tall. Cooler Master really crams some cooling into the TPCs, The heat pipes are thicker and, of course the selling point is the huge vertical vapor chamber. I've not seen anyone take that cooler to its thermal limit yet. Evo is alright. I've owned the older 212+ and nearly identical T4. They just don't have the capacity to keep 6+ cores cool with heavy OC. Perfectly fine for quads and mild overclocks on 6 cores though. There is also the TPC-612 which is a little skinnier with one less heat pipe but still has same everything else.

Info: http://www.cmuniversity.net/vapor.php?lang=en

In Europe they sell a TPC-800 that runs passive.

Pics of how big the TPC-612 is in my rig: http://www.overclock.net/t/1446151/damrics-new-toys

Thanks damric, I'm sold. Gonna get one ordered, thanks again! smile.gif
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Thanks damric, I'm sold. Gonna get one ordered, thanks again! smile.gif

Be patient and wait for when they have like $25 rebate. They send you an amex card in about 3 weeks smile.gif
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Which is your case?budget?
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The TCP812 is a dog. Sorry but there are many coolers that are quieter and cool better for same money.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/coolermaster-tpc-812_5.html#sect1

For example Hyper 212 EVO is half the price ($34.99) and only 3.7c warmer on a 2500k @ 4.8GHz w/ 1.48v
http://www.custompcreview.com/reviews/cooler-master-tpc-812-cpu-cooler-review/12348/5/

But as said above, what is your case, RAM and budget?
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