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Dont inticipate a huge difference. You will see your ambent temps decrease a good bit but not load temps.

Maybe you could be right.

My case could not fit well some air coolers.
So I already posted my CPU temps with my Hyper 212+ dual fan in the Official Corsair Hydro Series Club just to know if the H80 or the H100 could be or not a good choice in my future upgrades.

I posted the following informations:

Core I5 3550
My idle temps with 212+ is 30C and the fans at 600 rpm. I can't hear the fans.
The temps on Prime95 goes around 50C with the fans at 600 - 900 rpm.
Also during the test, the fans seems quiet.

One guy from the club replied my post with just his personal opinion:

"usually the H80 is what we hear is neck to neck with a hyper 212 , but as it was said your temps are impressive the way they are and I think that to meet them you would need higher rpm on the H80 even in push pull, I think you would maybe get better temps ( 1-2 degrees , not much play there ) with the H100 especially in push pull but you need the space and the fans will be more noticeable , where you will see a difference is a nice clean case instead of having a skyscraper sitting on your CPU ."
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I would say yes. My rosewill r5 mid size ATX case is 8.1in in width. and my evo 212 has atleast a half inch until the top of the heatpipes hit the side door. Your width on this case is 7.5. It would be mighty close.

Close is fine. Running no side panel isn't. lol.

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Let me know how that H100 performs cause I am looking at the H70 as a possible buy to go with an FX Vishera chip if they meet up to standards!

I certainly will let you know!

I'm amazed when people say the 212 is anywhere near as good as an H100 would be. The 212 isn't even a HIGH END air cooling unit. While the H100 isn't a high end water unit, it certainly is no slouch. As far as I can tell, and from the benchmarks I've seen, H100 carried temps better than SA and Phantek PCafghadfdaghx9000 does. I know some of you have/had better luck with your evo than I did but it's just not working out for me. Everyone goes on to praise their 4.2ghz OCs and this and that. My EVO can't sustain that, it can barely sustain a stress test at 3.8ghz. And that's on lowest voltage I can be at. Once again i'll gladly report back here with some results, unit should be in tomorrow. With my case, the radiator for the H100 will be mounted underneath two 200mm fans. Then I'm slapping my two AP-15s underneath that sucker. Hopefully the combined pull and push will result in some nice good temps. I don't care about my idle as long as my stress test temps don't go WHALKDSJTLSDTHISDHTSL thumb.gif

Nothing against anyone using Evo or +. Gonna try another route. now that I have space for the side 200mm fan as well. Blowing some air onto my mobo directly can't be wrong smile.gif
Edited by Xerosnake90 - 9/28/12 at 5:02pm
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gotta do what you gotta do. if the evo didnt work for you at least youre moving in the right direction to the results that you desire thumb.gif
    
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Let me know how that H100 performs cause I am looking at the H70 as a possible buy to go with an FX Vishera chip if they meet up to standards!

I certainly will let you know!

I'm amazed when people say the 212 is anywhere near as good as an H100 would be. The 212 isn't even a HIGH END air cooling unit. While the H100 isn't a high end water unit, it certainly is no slouch. As far as I can tell, and from the benchmarks I've seen, H100 carried temps better than SA and Phantek PCafghadfdaghx9000 does. I know some of you have/had better luck with your evo than I did but it's just not working out for me. Everyone goes on to praise their 4.2ghz OCs and this and that. My EVO can't sustain that, it can barely sustain a stress test at 3.8ghz. And that's on lowest voltage I can be at. Once again i'll gladly report back here with some results, unit should be in tomorrow. With my case, the radiator for the H100 will be mounted underneath two 200mm fans. Then I'm slapping my two AP-15s underneath that sucker. Hopefully the combined pull and push will result in some nice good temps. I don't care about my idle as long as my stress test temps don't go WHALKDSJTLSDTHISDHTSL thumb.gif

Nothing against anyone using Evo or +. Gonna try another route. now that I have space for the side 200mm fan as well. Blowing some air onto my mobo directly can't be wrong smile.gif
Yeah I am also surprised that EVO hasn't worked out for you! It's keeping my Phenom 2 cool and happy at 4.24GHz! Loads at about 55C!
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Yeah I am also surprised that EVO hasn't worked out for you! It's keeping my Phenom 2 cool and happy at 4.24GHz! Loads at about 55C!

Yea, my FX has been quite a journey. I could never even do a regular OCCT test with temps getting way too hot. If core temps get to 60 or above I get quite uncomfortable. I fixed up some voltages and did manage to get it to a low voltage at a stable 3.8. I can test and it runs hot, but slightly under 60 degree core temps. The CPU itself never had heat issues otherwise, though it stayed between 35-50 degrees. The most intensive thing I did with it was render videos. That'd put it around 55 degrees cpu temp, which isn't bad for a cpu temp.

I'm quite curious to see if having an H100 will finally let me make more use of my 8120. I want a stable 4.2ghz at least, though I really wanna push it to 4.5 and beyond. We'll see what happens, fingers crossed.
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Yeah I am also surprised that EVO hasn't worked out for you! It's keeping my Phenom 2 cool and happy at 4.24GHz! Loads at about 55C!

Yea, my FX has been quite a journey. I could never even do a regular OCCT test with temps getting way too hot. If core temps get to 60 or above I get quite uncomfortable. I fixed up some voltages and did manage to get it to a low voltage at a stable 3.8. I can test and it runs hot, but slightly under 60 degree core temps. The CPU itself never had heat issues otherwise, though it stayed between 35-50 degrees. The most intensive thing I did with it was render videos. That'd put it around 55 degrees cpu temp, which isn't bad for a cpu temp.

I'm quite curious to see if having an H100 will finally let me make more use of my 8120. I want a stable 4.2ghz at least, though I really wanna push it to 4.5 and beyond. We'll see what happens, fingers crossed.
You might have just recieved a really stubborn chip. Those 1 in a 100 chips that just don't like to overclock!
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I certainly will let you know!
I'm amazed when people say the 212 is anywhere near as good as an H100 would be. The 212 isn't even a HIGH END air cooling unit. While the H100 isn't a high end water unit, it certainly is no slouch. As far as I can tell, and from the benchmarks I've seen, H100 carried temps better than SA and Phantek PCafghadfdaghx9000 does. I know some of you have/had better luck with your evo than I did but it's just not working out for me. Everyone goes on to praise their 4.2ghz OCs and this and that. My EVO can't sustain that, it can barely sustain a stress test at 3.8ghz. And that's on lowest voltage I can be at. Once again i'll gladly report back here with some results, unit should be in tomorrow. With my case, the radiator for the H100 will be mounted underneath two 200mm fans. Then I'm slapping my two AP-15s underneath that sucker. Hopefully the combined pull and push will result in some nice good temps. I don't care about my idle as long as my stress test temps don't go WHALKDSJTLSDTHISDHTSL thumb.gif
Nothing against anyone using Evo or +. Gonna try another route. now that I have space for the side 200mm fan as well. Blowing some air onto my mobo directly can't be wrong smile.gif

Maybe you didn't see this....

http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-club/4590#post_18201283

It directly compares the H100 to the 212. I was shocked myself. Everyone will get different results depending on testing variables, but it won't differ that much.
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Do you guys find the Hyper 212 method to secure the heatsink is quite unreliable? All i see is just a "dot" on the center that holds the heatsink, and the massive weight is pressed heavily on the CPU bottom when the mobo is sit up.
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Do you guys find the Hyper 212 method to secure the heatsink is quite unreliable? All i see is just a "dot" on the center that holds the heatsink, and the massive weight is pressed heavily on the CPU bottom when the mobo is sit up.

Just make sure the universal bracket has the mounting screws in the correct position for your socket type.
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