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Going to be getting a 2600k rig soon and I've been wondering would a Hyper 212+ with some beast fans enough to get a good OC? Noise isn't an issue so most likely if I go that route I'll have a push-pull setup with some high speed Deltas or Scythes. If it matters I plan to use this rig for 24/7 folding.
    
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post #2 of 12
its more than enough. I've seen people running those things at 4.5Ghz with them.
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Yeah, it's plenty for a good OC. Sandy bridge CPU's run cooler than 1st gen i5/i7's. My i5 2500k @ 4.4 GHz is running cooler than my Q6700 did @ 3.2 GHz. ~60C average on all 4 cores after 2 hours of LinX on an H50 w/ 2x S-Flex's undervolted to run around 1000 rpm shows just how cool they run.
    
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Originally Posted by `br4dz- View Post
Yeah, it's plenty for a good OC. Sandy bridge CPU's run cooler than 1st gen i5/i7's. My i5 2500k @ 4.4 GHz is running cooler than my Q6700 did @ 3.2 GHz. ~60C average on all 4 cores after 2 hours of LinX on an H50 w/ 2x S-Flex's undervolted to run around 1000 rpm shows just how cool they run.
2600k had hyper-threading though and thus runs hotter. This is what I'm concerned about. Basically I don't want temps holding back my OC.
    
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2600k had hyper-threading though and thus runs hotter. This is what I'm concerned about. Basically I don't want temps holding back my OC.
Don't worry it's fine
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2600k had hyper-threading though and thus runs hotter. This is what I'm concerned about. Basically I don't want temps holding back my OC.
I know this, I've dealt with Hyper-Threading on an i7 860 and i7 950, and a Hyper 212+ is enough (I should know, I used Hyper 212+'s on BOTH those CPU's). 2nd gen's run colder than those, hyper-threading or not. My point in my original post being that even non-hyperthread 1st gen i5/i7's run much hotter than ~60C average @ 4.4 GHz with an H50 under the same circumstances.
    
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You should be able to OC to at least 4.6GHz with it without any problems.
    
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post #8 of 12
Definitely enough.

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post #9 of 12
Its a great cooler for the price. Will definitely keep the temps to a minimum, there's nothing to worry about.
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post #10 of 12
What clocks are you planning on? 2600K is not a hot chip, but I'd just get something better and have no worries.
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