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How is the noise compared? Or which fan do you have on the 212?
post #172 of 218
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First, thanks for your prompt response...

1. Yes, Everything is the same, even the thermal compound (artic mx-4).
2. The TIM print look perfect, It is spread evenly.
3. The fan spins between 900 and 1300 rpm.
4. Yes, it's in the right direction, pushing air into the cooler

I did not try again, because I can't buy a good thermal coumpound here in my country, so I installed the Hyper 212+, because performs a little better.

With an ambient temperature of 26 °C and the i5-4670K to 4.0GHz with 1.15V, these are the results:


Hyper 212+ (dual fan):
idle:34 ºC
Aida64 Test: 52 ºC
Linx64: 63 ºC

True Spirit 140 BW rev. a, Fan model:TY-TR147
idle:38 ºC
Aida64 Test: 56 ºC
Linx64: 67 ºC
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Could you give us a complete list of what you have and how it is all assembled? Hopefully it will make it easier to figure out what the problem is.
post #173 of 218
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Could you give us a complete list of what you have and how it is all assembled? Hopefully it will make it easier to figure out what the problem is.

Sure...

1. Intel i5-4670K @4.0Ghz 1.15V
2. Mother Board Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H (bios F9)
3. 16GB (2x8) DDR3 1866MHz G.skill Ripjaws Cas 9
4. PSU Thermaltake Toughpower 775XT
5. Case Coolermaster Haf 932 advanced (1x200mm fan push in the front, 1x200mm fan push in the side window, 1x200mm fan pull on the top, and 1x140mm fan pull on the rear)
6. Thermal compound, Artic MX-4
7. Asus GTX 660 ti.
Edited by jazh23 - 2/3/16 at 12:20pm
post #174 of 218
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How is the noise compared? Or which fan do you have on the 212?

Hi, 2 Cooler Master Blade Master 120 R4-BMBS-20PK-R0 120mm 2000 rpm, and the noise is much higher in the Hyper 212+, but for me the noise is not important, what interests me is to have good temperatures...
post #175 of 218
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Are your temps with only the CPU under load? No load on GPU?
post #176 of 218
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Are your temps with only the CPU under load? No load on GPU?

Yeap, Only the CPU under load...

It is very weird and it bothers me, because supposedly this cooler had a performance of just a couple of degrees celsius more than the Noctua NH-D15...
Edited by jazh23 - 2/3/16 at 12:34pm
post #177 of 218
It is not weird, fan speed is a big part of performance, try the 2 cm fan on the ts140.
post #178 of 218
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It is not weird, fan speed is a big part of performance, try the 2 cm fan on the ts140.

Fan-clips are compatible with both 140mm and 120mm fan?
post #179 of 218
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It is not weird, fan speed is a big part of performance, try the 2 cm fan on the ts140.
No idea what you are smoking, but I want some.
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Fan-clips are compatible with both 140mm and 120mm fan?
No, the fan clips only work on 120mm fan mount spacing of 105mm. You can try using rubber bands or similar to test it, but I doubt it's a fan problem.
post #180 of 218
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No idea what you are smoking, but I want some.
No, the fan clips only work on 120mm fan mount spacing of 105mm. You can try using rubber bands or similar to test it, but I doubt it's a fan problem.

If not the fan, then It's bad luck and maybe I got a defective cooler, or my Hyper 212+ is outstanding, because I know that I installed it correctly, and not try again, because I have very little thermal compound, anyway, thank you very much for your help...
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