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Yes definitely go for the hyper 212+ or EVO. They are excellent coolers for a great price. When it comes to how good the thermal paste is, well i don't know. I just used it and have no problems.
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Originally Posted by Alastair View Post

Yes definitely go for the hyper 212+ or EVO. They are excellent coolers for a great price. When it comes to how good the thermal paste is, well i don't know. I just used it and have no problems.
k thanks i just ordered one too had doubts because of the low price
    
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sorry to ask a uneducated question but are you saying put the top fan to blow air inside the case instead of out ? i have a hard time figuring out what intake and exhaust mean and in witch direction the fans blow air ? frown.gif
Intake = taking fresh air from your room into your case.
Exhaust = pushing hot air inside your case out to your room.

All fans have arrows showing the rotation and airflow direction. Position them as intake or exhaust is up to you.
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Intake = taking fresh air from your room into your case.
Exhaust = pushing hot air inside your case out to your room.
All fans have arrows showing the rotation and airflow direction. Position them as intake or exhaust is up to you.
Perfect! rep+ easy to understand Thanks!
    
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Perfect! rep+ easy to understand Thanks!

Easiest & most efficient way to recognize intake/exhaust is to look at the fan itself... The side that is opened, where you can see the fan spinning is the intake part, meaning it's sucking the air, while the other side (that is closed and usually has wires leading to the center, motor) is the exhaust side, meaning it's blowing the air.

But yeah, if you're still not sure about which side is which, always look for those 2 arrows somewhere on the frame.

An example of the exhaust side:
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An example of the intake side:
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Easiest & most efficient way to recognize intake/exhaust is to look at the fan itself... The side that is opened, where you can see the fan spinning is the intake part, meaning it's sucking the air, while the other side (that is closed and usually has wires leading to the center, motor) is the exhaust side, meaning it's blowing the air.
But yeah, if you're still not sure about which side is which, always look for those 2 arrows somewhere on the frame.

If all else fails, use a tissue or paper.
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It`s been like 8 month since i installed the 212 with the thermal paste from CM, i`ve seen lately the temp are higher, the room temperature is the same more or less, just about time to change the thermal paste or might be something else?

It could also be rise in heat because of summer. And the cooler may be having dust in it. Take fan off to see.
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True lol! Anyway, updated my post with couple of pics from the another topic, just for illustration purposes.
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Easiest & most efficient way to recognize intake/exhaust is to look at the fan itself... The side that is opened, where you can see the fan spinning is the intake part, meaning it's sucking the air, while the other side (that is closed and usually has wires leading to the center, motor) is the exhaust side, meaning it's blowing the air.
But yeah, if you're still not sure about which side is which, always look for those 2 arrows somewhere on the frame.
An example of the exhaust side:
450
An example of the intake side:
450

WOW Thanks That's even better and my fans look like that just different color that's so easy to understand thanks so much i didn't know that. rep+

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If all else fails, use a tissue or paper.
HAha! true true biggrin.gif
    
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Hey guys! I installed my hyper 212+ and overclocked my cpu to 3.7ghz @1. 32 vcore and i used "occt" to test stability, in around 3-4 minutes my cpu Temperature goes to almost 60c. Im wondering did i put in too much thermal compound or is this really around how hot these coolers & cpus' run?

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