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I've had the Hyper 212+ for months now and the first time I installed it I made the rookie mistake of using too much TIM (I was clueless and used the whole tube CM provided lol facepalm). Anyway, I thought this was the reason why I was having poor idle temps (40-43c). My loads temps were fine though.
Anyway, I finally got some Arctic Cooling MX-4 and reseated the cooler yesterday. I definitely used too much the first time and it was a bit of a pain cleaning that up. Anyway, I used the 2 line method with a lot less paste, and fired her back up. I only saw an improvement of 2c at best at idle and load! It was basically the same temps. Disappointing. mad.gif
It seems like most people are getting idle temps of low 30s with the 212+ and i5 2500k. My ambient temp is ~28c.
I want to try mounting it again. When I seat the cooler should I just let the weight do all the distribution? When I did it yesterday I gave it a bit of a wiggle.


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hyper 212 evo EUROPEAN edition have 1600 rpm fan (american version have 2000 rpm fan)
anyone know fan model ?
what is better 212 plus 2000 rpm vs 212 evo 1600 rpm (price almost the same)

i am afraid it will be hard to find matching 1600 rpm fan for european 212evo model,,,
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wow. Size of a bebe dude, side of a bebe.

I didn't use much the second time, I did the two lines like here:

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=170&Itemid=38&limit=1&limitstart=5
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I've had the Hyper 212+ for months now and the first time I installed it I made the rookie mistake of using too much TIM (I was clueless and used the whole tube CM provided lol facepalm). Anyway, I thought this was the reason why I was having poor idle temps (40-43c). My loads temps were fine though.
Anyway, I finally got some Arctic Cooling MX-4 and reseated the cooler yesterday. I definitely used too much the first time and it was a bit of a pain cleaning that up. Anyway, I used the 2 line method with a lot less paste, and fired her back up. I only saw an improvement of 2c at best at idle and load! It was basically the same temps. Disappointing. mad.gif
It seems like most people are getting idle temps of low 30s with the 212+ and i5 2500k. My ambient temp is ~28c.
I want to try mounting it again. When I seat the cooler should I just let the weight do all the distribution? When I did it yesterday I gave it a bit of a wiggle.

So what is your idle/load temps as of now? I found that applying the paste to the base of the HSF (in the gaps between the pipes) and a small drop on the CPU itself works best, then force it down hard and twist a tad. Pull it off to see the spread, then place it back on carefully. Now put the back bracket on as hard as you please, - I got to the stage where I couldn't turn mine anymore and just undid it a tad.
With my Q9400 I'm getting temps of 33c/39c with Intel Burn Test!
Wait... What? I normally get up to 50c... Maybe it's 'cause it's freezing in Tasmania today. My ambient would be less then 10c.. And it's raining and my window is open tongue.gif

EDIT: MY GRAPHICS CARDS ARE IDLING AT 29c! biggrin.gif
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hyper 212 evo EUROPEAN edition have 1600 rpm fan (american version have 2000 rpm fan)
anyone know fan model ?
what is better 212 plus 2000 rpm vs 212 evo 1600 rpm (price almost the same)
i am afraid it will be hard to find matching 1600 rpm fan for european 212evo model,,,

Hyper 212+ is better because it comes with better Thermal paste and a much better fan! The base isn't as smooth though.. It's still rather good.
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So what is your idle/load temps as of now? I found that applying the paste to the base of the HSF (in the gaps between the pipes) and a small drop on the CPU itself works best, then force it down hard and twist a tad. Pull it off to see the spread, then place it back on carefully. Now put the back bracket on as hard as you please, - I got to the stage where I couldn't turn mine anymore and just undid it a tad.
With my Q9400 I'm getting temps of 33c/39c with Intel Burn Test!
Wait... What? I normally get up to 50c... Maybe it's 'cause it's freezing in Tasmania today. My ambient would be less then 10c.. And it's raining and my window is open tongue.gif

My idle/load temps are basically the same as before: 40c/70c. When you put paste on the base of the heatsink did you put it in lines? I thought pulling it off and then reseating it creates air pockets in the TIM which is bad?

Maybe I should tighten the HSF and backplate more. I didn't force too much because I didn't want to damage the mobo.

39c with IBT what O_o
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My idle/load temps are basically the same as before: 40c/70c. When you put paste on the base of the heatsink did you put it in lines? I thought pulling it off and then reseating it creates air pockets in the TIM which is bad?
Maybe I should tighten the HSF and backplate more. I didn't force too much because I didn't want to damage the mobo.
39c with IBT what O_o

All mobo's bend a bit.. lol Mine did when i installed it! tongue.gif

Yeah, after doing my install i head it made air pockets too.. But going from an E8500 at 4.1GHz to a Q9400 @ 3.4GHz made a idle temp increase of about 2c and a load increase of less then 4c.
My first install as i said was bad, so i'm taking it what i've got now seems to be alright.

And yes, i just got 39c max on IBT! LOL

And as i said, my backplate/HSF are screwed as tight as they can go pretty much. The tighter they are the better the contact the copper heatpipes make with the IHS.
 
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All mobo's bend a bit.. lol Mine did when i installed it! tongue.gif
Yeah, after doing my install i head it made air pockets too.. But going from an E8500 at 4.1GHz to a Q9400 @ 3.4GHz made a idle temp increase of about 2c and a load increase of less then 4c.
My first install as i said was bad, so i'm taking it what i've got now seems to be alright.
And yes, i just got 39c max on IBT! LOL
And as i said, my backplate/HSF are screwed as tight as they can go pretty much. The tighter they are the better the contact the copper heatpipes make with the IHS.

I'll try to tighten it tomorrow and see what happens. Might try to remount as well.

When I mounted it yesterday I noticed that I could still swivel the heatsink on the CPU (it can rotate in a circular fashion if I move it with my hand). Maybe it's not tight enough.
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I'll try to tighten it tomorrow and see what happens. Might try to remount as well.
When I mounted it yesterday I noticed that I could still swivel the heatsink on the CPU (it can rotate in a circular fashion if I move it with my hand). Maybe it's not tight enough.
mines does that, I don't know if it still does anyway. But it did. Don't move it once it's installed! This did affect my temps when i bumped mine once. Only a few degrees but yeah.
 
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I'll try to tighten it tomorrow and see what happens. Might try to remount as well.
When I mounted it yesterday I noticed that I could still swivel the heatsink on the CPU (it can rotate in a circular fashion if I move it with my hand). Maybe it's not tight enough.
Worth tightening

If you pull it off again tomorrow dont forget to fill the gaps where the copper pipes are (fill them with thermal) then throw down the 2 lines!
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mines does that, I don't know if it still does anyway. But it did. Don't move it once it's installed! This did affect my temps when i bumped mine once. Only a few degrees but yeah.

Oh ok, I'll try to not bump it when I'm putting it on lol.

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Worth tightening
If you pull it off again tomorrow dont forget to fill the gaps where the copper pipes are (fill them with thermal) then throw down the 2 lines!

Yup I did that yesterday. I put some paste on the heatsink then smeared it in the grooves with a credit card and I wiped all the excess with the card after. Then I did the two lines.
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