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Welcome to the
CoolerMaster Hyper TX3
Owners Club!



Hello!
I've been Looking around for a while, And one thing I noticed was, That the Coolermaster Hyper 212+ Owners had a club, While us Coolermaster Hyper TX3 were left out without a club! So... I decided to Make this Club!
Now all of you Hyper TX3 Owners can show us how cool your HSF is and post your rigs' pics
Feel Free to Talk, Ask, Post, Show, and JOIN!


Cooler Master's Hyper TX series has evolved with requirements of current mainstream CPUs. The introduction of Hyper TX3 marks another milestone with Cooler Master's first-ever full compatibility with Intel LGA 1156 socket.

Hyper TX3 is taking basic ideas and simple design while incorporating it with most of the fine points of a decent performing cooler, such as the flexibility to switch from Intel to AMD quickly and easily, the dual fan design to attach another 92mm fan to increase the cooling power. Hyper TX3 also brings back the "original" direct contact heat-pipe design from Cooler Master.










Current Members:

HunT3R.! (Founder) - P/P Blade Master 92 [Stock] + Spire Bluestar 90
Wile-E-Coyote - P/P RocketFish Fans w/ Shroud
Volvo - Delta EFC0912BF
8ight - P/P MassCool 45 CFM Blue LED Sleeve bearing
IzninjaFTW - P/P Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Fletcherea - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Linkin93 - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Rogues - P/P Blade Master 92 [Stock] + Generic 92mm Fan
HighOC - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Dawn of War - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Mechrock - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
EpicPie - Rocketfish Stock
StarYoshi - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Duhjuh - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Dl_rank1 - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
SUPERBONG - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
LAF - P/P Blade Master 92 [Stock] + CM Storm Scout Exhaust Fan
SC2Pro - Rocketfish
SamMaghsoodloo - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Faraz1729 - Blade Master 92 [Stock]
Jzkillzone23 - Blade Master 92 [Stock]






Members , Post This to your Sig!

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NOTE : If you want, You're welcome to post the fan(s) and configuration (Push/Pull for example) you're using on your Hyper TX3 so I can write it near your name at the member list!
NOTE #2: Any Suggestions about improving the club will be Appreciated!

Edited by HunT3R.! - 10/19/10 at 5:01am
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Why do you have a pic of the older TX-3? They no longer use wire clips to attach the fans with.

Will a re-branded TX-3 count? (RockFish)?

I must admit that this cooler responds well to push/pull with shrouds. But the CM Hyper 212+ trumps it. (I have both)

Here is a look at it.

RocketFish
Edited by Wile-E-Coyote - 8/19/10 at 7:58am
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Whoa. I've never seen a RockFish. Does it still count as a TX3 at all? I mean, Was it a TX3 that's kind of moded and improved or is it a completely new Cooler that uses afew features from the old TX3? in that case I guess not but if it's the first option, sure I guess it counts! lol
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Whoa. I've never seen a RockFish. Does it still count as a TX3 at all? I mean, Was it a TX3 that's kind of moded and improved or is it a completely new Cooler that uses afew features from the old TX3? in that case I guess not but if it's the first option, sure I guess it counts! lol



It is simply a re-branded CM TX-3. (I just did the cooling mods)

I went to the site and it appears that CM has updated to the wire fan clip holder. My bad To bad I liked the plastic fan holders. (It came with 2 sets and rubber fan dampeners) It appears like the CM Hyper 212+ has also moved to the wire fan clips. (My 212+ also has the plastic fan holders) At least they give ya 2 sets
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the Wire clips are great imo
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This is wierd, I can't find Rockfish anywhere
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It's RocketFish, not Rockfish.

Anyway, I'd like to be part.
My bedroom rig has one.

Mounted a Delta EFC0912BF on it.










Edited by Volvo - 8/19/10 at 6:15am
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This is wierd, I can't find Rockfish anywhere

Perhaps this will help.

Rocketfish

Dang....I HATE getting old!
Edited by Wile-E-Coyote - 8/19/10 at 6:14am
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lol, the page you required does not exist?
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Edit your opening post please
I'm joining.
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