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thats pretty awesome, if you grab a nibbler tool and cut out your rear grill, you would eliminate the need for a rear exhaust fan, you might see more of a drop in your temps
   
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thats pretty awesome, if you grab a nibbler tool and cut out your rear grill, you would eliminate the need for a rear exhaust fan, you might see more of a drop in your temps

It probably would, that's true. But I don't think I'll be cutting the rear grill any time soon... IDK, just don't think it's worth it, especially if I decide to re-use this Cosmos case for some other configuration, possibly even cooler itself. But I'm thinking of getting a 2500RPM fan for the back panel, as Sharkoon got some pretty cheap ones, that come in "P" and "S" editions. (Power & Silent)

Having a 2500RPM fan suck the air from a 2000RPM Blade Master exhaust would be more than adequate I suppose, as there shouldn't be any air bouncing off the rear panel back onto the cooler. But even with my 720RPM Cooler Master case fan, I got some pretty amazing temperatures as we speak, so I'll try not to worry over this cooling thing for a while thumb.gif
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A couple newer pics of mine.

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yeah but having a higher rpm fan makes it louder though. any of your builds could use a cut out grill
   
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I recently installed the hyper 212 on my overclocked i5 2500k running at 4.2 Ghz. My idle temps are around 39c. Is this normal? When its stock at 3.3 Ghz it idles at 29c. I'm a bit worried about not applying the thermal paste correctly. Thanks.
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What is your ambient temp? (the air temp in the room)
 
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I recently installed the hyper 212 on my overclocked i5 2500k running at 4.2 Ghz. My idle temps are around 39c. Is this normal? When its stock at 3.3 Ghz it idles at 29c. I'm a bit worried about not applying the thermal paste correctly. Thanks.

Don't trust idle temps. Run a stress test and watch how hot it gets. If too hot, then yeah, something's amuck.
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So I'm trying to install this cooler, but the sent the retention bracket assembled the wrong way, so the notch that assures it doesn't slide around is on the opposite side than it's supposed to be. Any suggestions on how I could get the screws out and flip them, without compromising the integrity of the cooler?
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I'd like to join, will get a pic of my rig with the 212+ when I get back home biggrin.gif
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