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Does this heatsink fit in a Asus Z87I-Deluxe, it's hard to find ITX motherboards that work wtih this cooler. Thanks in advance.
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Odd that it interferes with your ram.. My motherboard is an inch narrower than standard ATX and I still have no issues running push on my 212 evo with my lone stick of ram (It was half the price of a 2x4gb retail kit to get a single 8gb stick from a friend) in the first slot, even with a larger than standard fan.


How is that 140mm fan working out? How much cooler is it?

Currently got a pwm 120mm cougar in front and the stock in back. Rpms mis matched and wanting to try a 140mm fan now.
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How is that 140mm fan working out? How much cooler is it?

Currently got a pwm 120mm cougar in front and the stock in back. Rpms mis matched and wanting to try a 140mm fan now.


I can't objectively say how much difference it would make for you. I bought this fan when the stock fan went bad after 2 months of use, so I saw a drastic change. I will say this.. this is not a true PWM fan, and I am not even using the adapter that makes it PWM because it is nearly silent at full speed.
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Does this heatsink fit in a Asus Z87I-Deluxe, it's hard to find ITX motherboards that work wtih this cooler. Thanks in advance.

The 212 isn't that wider and the fan can be also placed in the pull configuration at the rear of the heatsink.

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The 212 isn't that wider and the fan can be also placed in the pull configuration at the rear of the heatsink.


It's atually just that i'm not sure if it will interfere with the VRM daughter-board.
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I have a 212+ with a Lepa 70D 120mm in push and the stock CM 212+ 120mm fan in pull. My 212+ is mounted in a bottom to top air flow configuration. I also have a stock AMD 70mm fan blowing on my vrms that is also angled towards the cpu socket.

I just performed a test with taping the sides of the 212+ to force more air into the fins. I used 2" blue painters tape for easy removal. The test consisted of running prime95 small FFTs for 15 minutes. Room temp between tests did increase .3C, however the motherboard temp remained exactly the same at 25C for both tests so that is what I used for the reference temp.

Results: Taping the sides of the CM 212+ did reduce my core temps by .4C. Not much, but better.

The surprising (unexpected to me) thing was that it reduced my socket temps by a full 2C. I believe this is due to the air flowing out of the sides of the 212+, disrupting the air flow of the 70mm fan over the vrms and cpu socket.
    
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Hey everyone!

I have recently acquired a Hyper 212 EVO and tried mounting it. However, when I do a quick prime 95 test after I boot, one of the cores jump up to 95+ and I immediately shut it down. I removed it and noticed the TIM was well spread the first time around minus the corners so I applies just a tad more in the center, mounted it down tight as I could and tried again. A few degrees less on idle but still around 95 ish on load.

This is my setup.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3k0Ox

I noticed the first page mentioning different tim application methods and such. Although I'm sure it yields better results, I'm hard pressed to think that NOT choosing that method results in me having such high temps.

I've got a little wiggle room to rotate my cooler left or right by a few minor degrees, something that apparently a lot of people have to deal with so I don't think its that. I know Haswell runs hot but there's just no way it should be running this hot. I'm simply running stock with 3.9 turbo. Haven't even started to overclock anything.
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Does CM make a 212 mini? Ive got a cm heatsink that looks like a 212 but isnt as big.
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Hey everyone!

I have recently acquired a Hyper 212 EVO and tried mounting it. However, when I do a quick prime 95 test after I boot, one of the cores jump up to 95+ and I immediately shut it down. I removed it and noticed the TIM was well spread the first time around minus the corners so I applies just a tad more in the center, mounted it down tight as I could and tried again. A few degrees less on idle but still around 95 ish on load.

This is my setup.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3k0Ox

I noticed the first page mentioning different tim application methods and such. Although I'm sure it yields better results, I'm hard pressed to think that NOT choosing that method results in me having such high temps.

I've got a little wiggle room to rotate my cooler left or right by a few minor degrees, something that apparently a lot of people have to deal with so I don't think its that. I know Haswell runs hot but there's just no way it should be running this hot. I'm simply running stock with 3.9 turbo. Haven't even started to overclock anything.

Ive had best luck with the 212(ive had 2-3) by applying tiny beads along the gap of the heatsink pipes. My phenom x3 at stock went from 40's at idle and overheating at load to 24 at idles and low 40's at full load.
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Ive had best luck with the 212(ive had 2-3) by applying tiny beads along the gap of the heatsink pipes. My phenom x3 at stock went from 40's at idle and overheating at load to 24 at idles and low 40's at full load.

You had the 212 Plus, right? The Evo's pipes are all adjacent so even if I tried to fill in the gaps, I don't think I'd get as drastic a drop as that. The first time around I used my Noctua NT-H1 as I always do but the second time I used the included CM thermal paste instead.

I also tried to change the screw's positioning by moving them one notch further out in one diagonal line. It did help with screwing a lot easier this time around and it felt more firm but seems to be in vain regardless.
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