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Best way to go about getting that fan? Also noticed your from Rockford! I am originally from the Woodstock area grew up an ICE-Hogs fan!

I only moved here a couple of years ago to help my brother-in-law with the maintenance and tech stuff on his nursery (plant, not children).

See the 212+ FAQ (link in my sig) for a link to the fan.


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im gonna buy this cooler soon can u add me or do i have to wait till i get it?
No one to add you. The Club Owner was only around for a week or so after taking over and then abandoned the Club. Feel free to consider yourself as belonging once you get yours.
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Hey guys I hope you can help me out here, this is regarding TIM

Which TIM is better, Artic silver 5 or the one that comes with the CM hyper 212+, which one should i apply? hardware secrets shows significant performance of Artic silver 5 in it's april roundup of TIM's

I read papaSmurf telling about the break in period of the AS compared to TIM that comes packaged with CM hyper 212+, is it worth it buying and applying AS5 ?


Also what kind of temperature drops should i expect using a push pull setup rather than a single fan setup, i read some guys shoing 3 to 4 degrees drop ?
Edited by preet27 - 4/20/11 at 3:53am
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Originally Posted by preet27 View Post
Hey guys I hope you can help me out here, this is regarding TIM

Which TIM is better, Artic silver 5 or the one that comes with the CM hyper 212+, which one should i apply? hardware secrets shows significant performance of Artic silver 5 in it's april roundup of TIM's

I read papaSmurf telling about the break in period of the AS compared to TIM that comes packaged with CM hyper 212+, is it worth it buying and applying AS5 ?


Also what kind of temperature drops should i expect using a push pull setup rather than a single fan setup, i read some guys shoing 3 to 4 degrees drop ?
Use the TIM that comes with the 212+. Personally think it's about par with AS5. I noticed a 8 degree drop with 2 fans, but one of the fans is not a CM. Bought a CM Storm Sniper BE for 60€ today. Will rip one of the CM 120mm fans out of it and put it on the 212+. If they are the same, that is.. Haven't looked yet..
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I only moved here a couple of years ago to help my brother-in-law with the maintenance and tech stuff on his nursery (plant, not children).

See the 212+ FAQ (link in my sig) for a link to the fan.




No one to add you. The Club Owner was only around for a week or so after taking over and then abandoned the Club. Feel free to consider yourself as belonging once you get yours.
Papa, have you tried talking to a mod and seeing if they can change the OP to you? I'm pretty sure it can be and has been done, and you seem very dedicated to this thread.
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Use the TIM that comes with the 212+. Personally think it's about par with AS5. I noticed a 8 degree drop with 2 fans, but one of the fans is not a CM. Bought a CM Storm Sniper BE for 60€ today. Will rip one of the CM 120mm fans out of it and put it on the 212+. If they are the same, that is.. Haven't looked yet..
I think CM supply the same 120mm fans with all of their cases, and the ones that came with my 690 II are not the same as the Blademaster that you get with the 212+. They might give you Blademasters with the Storm Sniper but I'd be somewhat surprised.
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Just noticed it's not a similar fan. oh Well, have to order one then.. Gonna drown in fans soon.
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Any more inputs on the TIM supplied compared to AS5, i am still undecided, some real hands on experience with these two will help in determining if buying AS5 is worth it or not ?
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I finally decided to run my fans at 65% and now I don't have the noise problem that I used to have. Temps have only increased about 3C-4C. Now I'm considering P/P to lower my temps back down. I currently have an exhaust fan which is pretty close to the 212 already.. will adding a pull blademaster make marginal difference in temps (3C-4C)?
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Any more inputs on the TIM supplied compared to AS5, i am still undecided, some real hands on experience with these two will help in determining if buying AS5 is worth it or not ?
Sometime in the last 50 posts or so someone said the curing time is not worth it (PapaSmurf I think). The TIM that comes with it is quite efficient. I went with OCZ Freeze just because of loyalty but I would have gone with the Cooler Master one if I didn't.

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I finally decided to run my fans at 65% and now I don't have the noise problem that I used to have. Temps have only increased about 3C-4C. Now I'm considering P/P to lower my temps back down. I currently have an exhaust fan which is pretty close to the 212 already.. will adding a pull blademaster make marginal difference in temps (3C-4C)?
IMO I think it'll not be much different if you say that the exhaust fan is already pretty close and pulling the air for you already. Maybe more like 1-3 degrees difference?

In your situation I would probably see about how to go about getting fresh air straight to the CPU area. Or maybe even a fan shroud.
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Any more inputs on the TIM supplied compared to AS5, i am still undecided, some real hands on experience with these two will help in determining if buying AS5 is worth it or not ?
Personally, I don't think AS5 is worth the time, money, or hassle of using it. If you are uncertain just use the ThermalFusion 400 that ships with the 212+ when you first get it (see the 212+ Faq linked in my sig for the proper way to apply the TIM) and see if your temps are acceptable. Properly applied I rarely see more than 1or 2C difference between the better TIM like the ThermalFusion 400, Arctic Cooling MX-2 or MX-3, OCZ Freeze, Gelid GC Extreme, Indigo Extreme, etc. anyway so unless one is in an extreme environment or is doing extreme overclocking it isn't worth it. Of course, if one was in one of those situations the 212+ really isn't the right cpu cooler in the first place.

If you don't feel the temps are good enough using it then consider getting some Arctic Cooling MX-2 or if you insist, the outdated and difficult to apply and cure AS5.

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I finally decided to run my fans at 65% and now I don't have the noise problem that I used to have. Temps have only increased about 3C-4C. Now I'm considering P/P to lower my temps back down. I currently have an exhaust fan which is pretty close to the 212 already.. will adding a pull blademaster make marginal difference in temps (3C-4C)?
If the case exhaust fan is within an inch or so of the 212+ trying running a push/pull setup without the case fan. Sometimes that works better if the pull fan and the case fan are too close together.
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Hey, i got a question(if anyone knows) I'm setting up to purchase the sig rig but i kinda began to wonder on how much clearance you guys get for RAM with just the regular fan on the H212+?

the Corsair Vengeance Heatspreaders are quite on the large side, i could get some smaller XMS ones but they're rated at 1.65 V compared to 1.5 V and i heard SB has problems running 1.65V for some reason.
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