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I have a hyper 212+ but can't find my camera right now. I wanted to ask will Gentle Typhoon 2150 on push/pull be better than buying another BladerMaster?
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I have a hyper 212+ but can't find my camera right now. I wanted to ask will Gentle Typhoon 2150 on push/pull be better than buying another BladerMaster?
Not sure. I know that the stock BladeMaster by itself will beat a pair of 1850's in P/P, but I don't have any results for the 2150's. Based on the specs I would say they would more than likely be about the same as a pair of BladeMasters (probably within 1C). If you have them on hand I would suggest trying one as a Push fan in place of the stock Blademaster and see how it does by itself. If you have to purchase the 2150's I don't think it would be worth it as they are probably more expensive than BladeMaster is.
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Not sure. I know that the stock BladeMaster by itself will beat a pair of 1850's in P/P, but I don't have any results for the 2150's. Based on the specs I would say they would more than likely be about the same as a pair of BladeMasters (probably within 1C). If you have them on hand I would suggest trying one as a Push fan in place of the stock Blademaster and see how it does by itself. If you have to purchase the 2150's I don't think it would be worth it as they are probably more expensive than BladeMaster is.
Actually I'm waiting to see if the group order from the forum is finally made in which the price is $8 each. If it doesn't then I order another BladerMaster to use. Also I'm currently idle at 40c and load at 50-52c with ambient at 27c is that ok or should I re-seat the cooler. First time I place the TIM I use to much so I took it off clean the excess up and installed the heatsink again. Thanks for the help.
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Sounds about right to me. You sensors are probably sticking at the lower end and not giving your your actual idle temps. That's common and since idle temps are essentially meaningless anyway I wouldn't worry about it. Your load temps are fine.

If you do get some of those 2150's it would be nice if you could post your findings with them.
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Ok Thanks for your help. Will post my findings when I finally receive them if they even make the order. Also will post the pic of my Hyper 212+ to get in the club later when I decide to take the time to turn off my pc and take it.
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Okay gang, I'll probably be getting a Hyper 212 + (maybe tomorrow if sales cooperate) as I understand it applying the TIM 3 line method is the best for this heat sink right?

The question is how long a line - if I had to guess it be 50% of the total length centered.

Please correct me if I'm mistaken.

Thanks so much.
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Okay gang, I'll probably be getting a Hyper 212 + (maybe tomorrow if sales cooperate) as I understand it applying the TIM 3 line method is the best for this heat sink right?

The question is how long a line - if I had to guess it be 50% of the total length centered.

Please correct me if I'm mistaken.

Thanks so much.
If the club owner hadn't botched posting the info on the first post you would have had a link to the method. Here it is WITH THE LINKS he took out.

The Hyper 212+ is a Heatpipe Direct Contact so the two or three line method is normally the best way to go. It depends on the number of heatpipes as to how many lines is required, but the 212+ has 4. See the bottom method on this guide. The single drop or line of TIM in the middle rarely works on them.

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=5

That said, I did some experimenting with my Hyper 212+'s and am having my best results using a credit card to cram a bit into the crevices then spreading a light coat over the entire surface of the heatsink base and not putting any directly on the cpu's IHS. Cramming some into the crevices between the heat pipes and the heatsink base surface is the key though. If you don't you tend to get air bubbles that prevent optimal heat transfer.
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
If the club owner hadn't botched posting the info on the first post you would have had a link to the method. Here it is WITH THE LINKS he took out.

The Hyper 212+ is a Heatpipe Direct Contact so the two or three line method is normally the best way to go. It depends on the number of heatpipes as to how many lines is required, but the 212+ has 4. See the bottom method on this guide. The single drop or line of TIM in the middle rarely works on them.

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=5

That said, I did some experimenting with my Hyper 212+'s and am having my best results using a credit card to cram a bit into the crevices then spreading a light coat over the entire surface of the heatsink base and not putting any directly on the cpu's IHS. Cramming some into the crevices between the heat pipes and the heatsink base surface is the key though. If you don't you tend to get air bubbles that prevent optimal heat transfer.
I bet you have this explanation saved someplace - lol!

Thanks for your response my friend, sounds like more work (OMG) to prep this heatsink for cooling service - but I'll manage just fine and will use your tried method and actually like that way. I was kind of close in my thoughts of the three line method.

What do you think about using YL led fans on that cooler?

Thanks
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I use Athena Canned Speech Manager. Makes those types of posts easy.

I only notice about 1C difference (if that much) between a pair of BladeMasters in P/P and a pair of Yate Loon SH's (High Speed). But the pair of BladeMasters are noticeably quieter.

It only takes a few seconds more than a flat based heatsink really. As long as you use the correct TIM that doesn't need to be replaced quite often (like Arctic Silver) it isn't a big deal.
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