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i just installed the hyper yesterday and i just got 10c drop now idle 34c is that good enough i was wating for more like 28c or something in that range my cpu is not overclock and the vcore is 0.985 at 2.66
and i put this fan http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-001-_-Product
in the front and the fan it brings with the cooler in the back to pull i upgrade from stock sorry if you didnt understand im from puerto rico
    
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Here is mine. Can't beat the Hyper 212+ for the money.

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post #83 of 6633
This club alive? Here's mine Hyper

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I bought the Hyper 212+ when I first purchased my i7 860 and the temps just haven't been what I'd hoped for...until now!

I upgraded my power supply from an Antec NeoPower 650 to an Enermax Infiniti 720 because the measured voltage under load was just over 11VDC on the Antec. I also upgraded the heatsink fans from the Hyper's included fan and a CM R4 to two Scythe SFlex-G fans. Added a fan controller too.

Anyway, I was just hoping for sub to low 80C temps in the 3.6Ghz-3.8Ghz range. But, with the above upgrades and a reseat following the technique for HDT coolers instead of the old rice sized drop in the middle method I'm happy to report a seemingly stable OC of 4Ghz!! I ran Prime95 for 2 hours with no errors, but only have the OCCT graph as proof. HT off which I'm not happy about, but I plan to see how much I have to lower the OC to turn HT on. Also will kick off Prime95 for an overnight run tonight.

Before:
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P.S. Be kind on the cable management. This case has almost no space behind the motherboard to route cables.

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post #85 of 6633
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Originally Posted by TempestxPR View Post
i just installed the hyper yesterday and i just got 10c drop now idle 34c is that good enough i was wating for more like 28c or something in that range my cpu is not overclock and the vcore is 0.985 at 2.66
and i put this fan http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-001-_-Product
in the front and the fan it brings with the cooler in the back to pull i upgrade from stock sorry if you didnt understand im from puerto rico
Idle temperatures really don't mean much. How much did your load temps improve?
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Not sure if I should ask here or the main thread for air cooling faq, but anyway here's what I need your opinion on.

At 3.6 GHz, 1.216V load temps after 13 hours of Prime (blend test) were ~75 degrees. Is this fine or should the temps be lower ? If it needs mentioning, the heatsink is placed horizontally (parallel to the pci-e card slots). Also, the two Delta fans have helped a lot, but still I am not sure about the temps.

TIM used- CM Thermal Fusion 400.
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Not sure if I should ask here or the main thread for air cooling faq, but anyway here's what I need your opinion on.

At 3.6 GHz, 1.216V load temps after 13 hours of Prime (blend test) were ~75 degrees. Is this fine or should the temps be lower ? If it needs mentioning, the heatsink is placed horizontally (parallel to the pci-e card slots). Also, the two Delta fans have helped a lot, but still I am not sure about the temps.

TIM used- CM Thermal Fusion 400.
I actually mounted it that way just to see if temps would be better. It wasn't, it was actually worse so I switched it back. Everyone usually mounts it perpendicular to the pci-e slots.
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what's a reasonable overclock to expect with an d0 i7 920 with the hyper 212+? i already have the hsf in my possession so just wanted to set a level of expectation.

also... the general rule of thumb is to keep it under 70 degrees at load right?

sorry for the dumb quesitons, it's just that i googled a lot and i keep reading about how ppl say this hsf is crap (but i already bought it) and i can't really get a good idea out of what to expect.
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what's a reasonable overclock to expect with an d0 i7 920 with the hyper 212+? i already have the hsf in my possession so just wanted to set a level of expectation.

also... the general rule of thumb is to keep it under 70 degrees at load right?

sorry for the dumb quesitons, it's just that i googled a lot and i keep reading about how ppl say this hsf is crap (but i already bought it) and i can't really get a good idea out of what to expect.
Well, with d0 you should be able to get 3.8ghz easily. I have c0 and i'm running 3.8ghz @ 1.352v with ideal 27-33c, 100%load 60-61c. Also the maximum core temp i got was 74c @100% load. It may also depend on thermal compound and how you apply it. I use arctic cooling mx2.
I'm not sure about the "general rule of thumb is to keep it under 70", the lower the better anyways
Also note that i'm using Cm R4 fans(push/pull) in nzxt tempest evo. Obviously its a good cooler. PPl say negative about this cooler is because lot of us don't know proper way to apply thermal compound on direct touch heat pipe coolers. I had to do it several times to get the results. Hope this helps and good luck with your overclock.
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