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Hey folks,
Just curious how people clean the blades? personaly i use pipe cleaners on my golden orb 2 (my current rig as ive not upraded yet.
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Just got my EVO,currently doing blend with P95 to see if my OC is stable.

Either this thing is a monster compared to the regular 212+ , or im a god at putting TIM.

75 seems to be highest @ 4.4GHz.

This doesnt seem right lol,i was in the mid 80s with my other cooler
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fatherof1 View Post

Hey folks,
Just curious how people clean the blades? personaly i use pipe cleaners on my golden orb 2 (my current rig as ive not upraded yet.

Just use a can of compressed air with the provided straw.
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Originally Posted by fatherof1 View Post

Hey folks,
Just curious how people clean the blades? personaly i use pipe cleaners on my golden orb 2 (my current rig as ive not upraded yet.

I use my air compressor, set on about 45 psi.

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Originally Posted by BlackThought View Post

Just got my EVO,currently doing blend with P95 to see if my OC is stable.
Either this thing is a monster compared to the regular 212+ , or im a god at putting TIM.
75 seems to be highest @ 4.4GHz.
This doesnt seem right lol,i was in the mid 80s with my other cooler

It's a great cooler. I hit around 70 with mine.
 
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Slightly off topic, but since I'm using Hyper 212EVO, figured I should post this in here, a way to dramatically improve the cooling system on Cosmos 1000 case thumb.gif

I got myself one of those 4-in-3 drive modules, been meaning to mount it inside my Cosmos case. Unfortunately, it turned out that it's NOT compatible with Cosmos 1000 case, so I had to improvise & mod the drive module. After I took it apart, and removed the front ventilation grill, (the one with aluminum CM logo on it) I mounted it inside my Cosmos case, and put the the stock 5,25" covers over the fan.

I also replaced the rear fan with more powerful one, I believe it was Scythe 1300RPM, PWM model. (originally designed for Scythe CPU coolers)

Results? Pretty Impressive IMHO, temps are 7.5C(+/-) lower, even the Intel burn test couldn't heat up my Q6600 for more than 65C And that's on "Maximum" setting! Idle temp is now 39C for the Core0





With the front covers on:

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post #4276 of 6633
Hi guys, I just got a new desktop with a core I5 3550 and the Hyper 212+. Also I traded and replaced the Hyper 212+ original Blademaster stock fan with two Xtraflo 120 mm fans.

The Xtraflo fan specifications are:

Fan Speed 600 - 2000 RPM
Fan Air Flow 24.9 - 82.9 CFM
Fan Air Pressure 0.3 - 2.7 mm H2O
Noise Level 9 - 36 dBA

I am pretty disappointed to didn't find this thread before and heard in this thread that the original Blademaster performs well, no really needing or worth the money to buy a second fan for the Hyper 212+.
Also after reading some of the previous posts the Xtraflo fan seems not that good for a cooler fan.

The Xtraflo fans seems quiet for me and my CPU temp seems very good now at 28 C, running as 600 rpm.
My GPU card is a GTX 560 and seems louder than my Xtraflo fans. I can't really hear my Xtraflo fans, the noise from my GPU card seems more noticeable.
I didn't run yet much game or any heavy CPU tests after seeing my GPU card reaching quickly more than 50 C while running a game for a few minutes.
My CPU temp still never rechead more than 35 C.

I can't tell now how the Xtraflo fan performs in temps and noise on games and stress tests.
My case is now lack of fans and I believe that I will need first to put at least one or two fans on the left side case panel to help cooling and avoid overheating the GPU card and the motherboard.

Finally, I have the following questions:

1. Is the Blademaster fan quietter or louder than Xtraflo fan?

2. Is the Xtraflo fan a fair choice for CPU coolers?

3. I need as soon as possible to purchase some fans for my case. So should I consider to replace too my Hyper 212+ Xtraflo fans with a Blademaster or another fan?
Will it really worth the trouble to unmount the cooler fans and remount it again with one or two new fans?

Thanks for any help or suggestions.
Edited by edsai - 7/22/12 at 5:11pm
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post #4277 of 6633
Do a stress test and see how the temps does then. If you're happy, I'd say leave it.
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I clean mine with a fine long bristled scrub brush and an air compressor at about 80psi.

I cleaned it in the sink a few times with hot water and soap, was the fastest method to get it super clean, but the water spots are a joke to polish off afterwards.
    
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ON SALE FOR $20/SHIPPED!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103065

I'm debating on buying this or an Enermax ETS-T40... kinda like the ETS-T40 more since it looks better and has a better/easier mounting system (IMO)

If anyone has experience with both coolers please let me know biggrin.gif
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Hey all. I just retrofit my PC a few days ago with a new board, cpu, ram, gfx, ssd etc.
I have a Zalman CNPS9700 from my older rig but I wasn't able to install it to the new board - I wouldn't have been able to without some skulduggery so I opted to stay with the stock Intel cooler until I found something better. At this point, the board is mounted and I do not want to remove it to install a fan.

I've seen this cooler being reviewed very well and you can't really beat the price. The deal breaker for me would be mounting. Would I have to remove my board to mount this thing? I'm seeing a plate that looks like that's the case but I'm not sure. I want a fan that I can clip on like the stock cooler or the Zalman CNP5X which was my choice to go with before I saw great reviews on this cooler. Any advice would be appreciated. I'm not that interested in OCing or anything; I may go up to 4Ghz or so since people are saying it's easy and the temps remain low but right now I just want a good, ultra quiet cooler for my I5 3570K.

Thanks.
 
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