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post #2751 of 6667
if your running the hyper 212 at full fan speed which is like 1980 RPMS then yes its loud. I have mine set at 1400 RPM and I find it perfect. Please go to User CP then Edit System. Put your system specs in your sig so we can see what your running.
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Hi there, I'm about to buy a new setup soon, and I'm wondering what would be the best cfm fans to get for this cooler, but not being too noisy?

Akasa apache blacks any good? http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...id=57&subcat=4
post #2753 of 6667
are the nzxt 120mm fants good to use for push pull
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Originally Posted by 4LC4PON3 View Post
if your running the hyper 212 at full fan speed which is like 1980 RPMS then yes its loud. I have mine set at 1400 RPM and I find it perfect. Please go to User CP then Edit System. Put your system specs in your sig so we can see what your running.
Yes! my fan was initially running at 1930 RPM!

Now, it's like 900 RPM. I have to find a way to adjust it to around 1400.

P.S. system updated
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Really would love to know if the NZXT fans are good for a push pull setup
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If these are the NZXT fans your talking about they are fantastic fans. I used to run these fans on my A50. They move TONS of air. Trust me on this these are performance fans if your expecting quiet fans these are not for you. They are pretty quiet on low-Medium but on high 2600 RPM they are loud.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835146009

NZXT fan review: http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages..._review,7.html
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i use the blademasters and they work great. I doubt other fans will give you much more of a performance gain.
   
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post #2758 of 6667
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i use the blademasters and they work great. I doubt other fans will give you much more of a performance gain.
Yep, this is what I hear. You can add in a second Blade Master if you really want, but switching out the fans for other ones and/or going to a push/pull setup doesn't really give you that much of a boost, I believe.
post #2759 of 6667
first of all, this cooler seems amazing for the price point - thus my interest but I'm wondering if anyone here has successfully lapped the 212+?

I would consider myself pretty technically inclined so I'm not worried about "how to do it"... more about "if it can be done"... and to what degree of success.

I know the pipes are hollow but I can't find anywhere in the documentation that talks about how thick the walls of the pipes are which would indicate how much material you could remove before ruination.

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Originally Posted by tecton3d View Post
first of all, this cooler seems amazing for the price point - thus my interest but I'm wondering if anyone here has successfully lapped the 212+?
I was going to lap mine, but my main concern when lapping is if the block is level so that it sits flat on the cpu.

The cooler was flat, so i did not find the need for lapping.
meaning if i was to take the time and effort to lap, i doubt it would drop the temps even one full degree. Though i would love to hear others thoughts on this.
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