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It could also be rise in heat because of summer. And the cooler may be having dust in it. Take fan off to see.

Is not due to summer heat, compared to the end of the summer temps wich are more or less the same they differ 8-10 degree, i usually clean the pc but since i have to unmount the fan kinda forgot the 212+ i cheked today and there was quite a lot of dust.
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I used the typical pea size blob of AS5 and screwed the cooler down until the screws stop,but the temps are so bad I'm running the CPU stock at the moment. I left the CPU/NB @ 2800MHz. Testing with Prime 95 on blend heats the CPU up to 63C.

Redo the TIM, but this time use 3 thin lines. The pea method is not the best for the 212s.

Check this out and you can see why the pea method is not the best method for these coolers. The photo is of the 212+ but you will see that it's relevant for the EVO, too. I used the line method on both the 212+ and my EVO units and noticed my core temps were more consistent across the board.

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redo your TIM, make sure to clean it well before hand.

as to your intake and exhaust question, look at the fan, when the blades are convex facing you, its pushing away from you.

robertjones, those akasas look really nice, idk why but I always want more fans >_>
   
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redo your TIM, make sure to clean it well before hand.
as to your intake and exhaust question, look at the fan, when the blades are convex facing you, its pushing away from you.
robertjones, those akasas look really nice, idk why but I always want more fans >_>

LOL, thanks but those are not mine biggrin.gif Too bad actually, because I seem to have the same passion for computer fans as you do. (I found those on Google, they were from some other topic here on Overclock.net)

But speaking of my own fan collection, I'm going to get myself a 2500RPM fan soon, to mount on the back of the case, behind 212EVO. Also planning to buy one of those PWM splitters, to control those 2 Blade Masters at the same time. I even calculated the necessary percentage, needed for optimal cooling performance. I suppose min. would be equal to 60% of 2000RPM, therefore 1200... Then once Q6600 gets hot enough, MBO will crank them up to full speed wink.gif
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Already in the club, but snagged a cool pic of mine. thumb.gif

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Any advice on one or two (push/pull) fans that I could replace the stock fan with to make this quieter? I wouldn't have bothered with this but I recently bought a psu from a member here that is almost completely silent compared to my last blow dryer of a psu, so the constant whine of the fan ramping up when browsing around the web is annoying (ofc not too annoying, but why not go silent? thumb.gif).
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Any advice on one or two (push/pull) fans that I could replace the stock fan with to make this quieter? I wouldn't have bothered with this but I recently bought a psu from a member here that is almost completely silent compared to my last blow dryer of a psu, so the constant whine of the fan ramping up when browsing around the web is annoying (ofc not too annoying, but why not go silent? thumb.gif).

Pretty much anything, but GTs and Cougar 120mm is my recommendation

Also answer the questions on this thread please: http://www.overclock.net/t/1264002/need-a-recommendation-for-a-good-overclocking-cooler/10#post_17376779
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Redo the TIM, but this time use 3 thin lines. The pea method is not the best for the 212s.
Check this out and you can see why the pea method is not the best method for these coolers. The photo is of the 212+ but you will see that it's relevant for the EVO, too. I used the line method on both the 212+ and my EVO units and noticed my core temps were more consistent across the board.
Al
Thanks,I wasn't aware that the EVO needed the line method like the 212+. My EVO is flat,but probably not smooth enough to use the pea method.
Are 3 lines applied directly to the copper contact pipes like the 212+?
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Redo the TIM, but this time use 3 thin lines. The pea method is not the best for the 212s.
Check this out and you can see why the pea method is not the best method for these coolers. The photo is of the 212+ but you will see that it's relevant for the EVO, too. I used the line method on both the 212+ and my EVO units and noticed my core temps were more consistent across the board.
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How does this 3 thin lines will look like? Is this the letter N pattern I've seen in a video?
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