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does the OEM really pull/push alot of air?
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does the OEM really pull/push alot of air?
76 CFM is quite a bit of air movement...
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who wants to sell me there OEM fan!!! pm me!
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how do you know what tim is the one in the package?
i wonder cuz mine is unmarked, just a CM sticker.
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idk lol, Shooter116 said it was.
And I know the other coolermaster one that was rated C- because I have it also. But he says that the one that comes with the 212+ is the TIM that got an A rating... idk maybe it's listed on the box/site somewhere i'm too lazy to look
The only reason I know is because I was curious about it before I used it on my GPU. I did a little research, and ended up finding out that TF400 is the only paste Cooler Master supplies that is GREY in color. All the rest of their pastes are white as far as I know. I also spoke with someone from tech support and he confirmed that hyper212+ and CM's other flagship heatsinks all ship with this same paste. It's good stuff, but they give it to you in those cute lil' trial syringes.

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who wants to sell me there OEM fan!!! pm me!
You can get them off newegg.. just in case you didn't know. They are somewhat pricey there though:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-069-_-Product
Edited by Shooter116 - 7/12/10 at 8:18am
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*Sighs*

Shin-Etsu, among the best.

10 syringes for $18 shipped.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...T#ht_657wt_831
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post #396 of 6667
i found out that my antec tricools are actually 1 CFM faster than the blade master.
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^^get some high speed Yate Loons from Sidewindercomputers.com which are the same as the one's at Petrastechshop.com.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/yalo12d1hisp.html
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^^get some high speed Yate Loons from Sidewindercomputers.com which are the same as the one's at Petrastechshop.com.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/yalo12d1hisp.html
those things are loud as tits!
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those things are loud as tits!
LOL dude i bet, is gonna be impossible sleeping with those things in your comp.
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