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what settings is yours set to? i dont get how it gets to that low of rpms
I'm using an Asus P8P67-M Pro motherboard.

It has 7 or 8 fan profiles to use, but they all rotate the the fan too slowly for it to sustain momentum. Not that it bothers the CPU though, as soon as it get's above 30C it will spin up again.

Was just wondering as I found it very odd. Then again, my PSU might be faulty (12V rail is very low) so that might have an effect
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Very nice!
Thanks Grishkathefool!
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@ Airrick10,nice CF vinyl mod.
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What is the minimum speed the Blademaster fan can run? Mine stops at anything under 250~ RPM - then I have to hand-start it again
I've had mine down to 500rpm,but Cooler Master's minimum spec for the fan in PWM mode is 600RPM.
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Originally Posted by Medvednic View Post
I applied on the 2 central copper pipes and reinstalled the whole thing, for now not much change in idle temps, but about full load temps are 6-7c lower!
I applied AS5 to all 4 copper pipes,has anyone tried applying paste to the aluminum blocks?
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I installed my 212+ on this X4 9850 and it idles at ~42c. Should I take it off and reapply the thermal compound using the other method?
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I installed my 212+ on this X4 9850 and it idles at ~42c. Should I take it off and reapply the thermal compound using the other method?
Which method did you use? It seems like the line method along the heatpipes work the best for this cooler.
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Which method did you use? It seems like the line method along the heatpipes work the best for this cooler.
Just the pea in center. I guess I'll reapply it tomorrow. Taking off paste is such a huge pain in the ass.
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Got mine installed a few weeks ago, definitely like it!
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I just did this yesterday actually, noticed maybe a 2-3c drop under load and no drop on idle. I guess it's up to you if you think that is worth it or not, but they do look really nice so if you have a window I would say it's worth it.
Hi eggs2see .... manage to install a new CM XtraFlo fan as the previous fan took from V6GT broke down all the sudden. Notice there's a rpm differ compare to the original 'Blademaster' fan and i will further test the temp when i perform an OC.

Oh... my Hyper 212+ does look pretty 'cool' now with the LED and 'red blades' especially when viewing @ side window panel.
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it is a real pain to remove TIM especially thick TIM like IC7 it just won't come off lol, im so tempted to wash it every time
   
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Just the pea in center. I guess I'll reapply it tomorrow. Taking off paste is such a huge pain in the ass.
yes

remove the cooler and use 3 lines or fill in the gaps then use a pea sized dot on the cpu
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