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Great, sounds good. Get that!

Definitely better than anything I have seen. That size, without push pins...
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My only apprehensions were that I wanted to go with a most trusted name brand or with a CM itself (since I love the 212) but if I'm going to take a risk I might as well do so with an HTPC that won't need a top-of-the-line cooler. It's a fun way to branch out.

I still can't believe the prevalence of push pins. I thought that Arctic Cooling dropped their push pins in Rev.2 but I guess I was wrong. In every instance I'd pay $5-10 more for a secure screw-mount system, but oh well. Go 212.

Thanks for all the help Nutty. As a thanks, I give rep and this picture.
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My only apprehensions were that I wanted to go with a most trusted name brand or with a CM itself (since I love the 212) but if I'm going to take a risk I might as well do so with an HTPC that won't need a top-of-the-line cooler. It's a fun way to branch out.

I still can't believe the prevalence of push pins. I thought that Arctic Cooling dropped their push pins in Rev.2 but I guess I was wrong. In every instance I'd pay $5-10 more for a secure screw-mount system, but oh well. Go 212.

Thanks for all the help Nutty. As a thanks, I give rep and this picture.
Thank you very much!

Im glad i could help/contribute.

Thanks for the picture... Its ******* classic.
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