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Once again +rep to everyone.
thanks for this bit of info.
I guess It'll fit vertically.
How tall is it from you know, the base to the fins?

Like, how tall do the heatpipes go to?
I don't know the exact height, but... it's almost exactly the same height as a RAM module with a regular heat sink, a little longer.
    
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I don't know the exact height, but... it's almost exactly the same height as a RAM module with a regular heat sink, a little longer.
Alright then.
I think questions are answered.
It'll prolly veer away from my NB heatsink.
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I'm glad I could help...btw the 212+ goes on sale for $20-29.99 at MicroCenter.
    
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I'm glad I could help...btw the 212+ goes on sale for $20-29.99 at MicroCenter.
Good thing I live near one.

Can someone explain to me what's a push-pull setup?
I hear it around quite a bit.
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Good thing I live near one.

Can someone explain to me what's a push-pull setup?
I hear it around quite a bit.
A push and pull set up is when you have TWO fans attached to the heatsink. One of them pulls and one of them pushes. The 212+ has one fan and an extra mounting clip for another fan. So if you buy an extra 120mm fan, then you can set one up!
    
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A push and pull set up is when you have TWO fans attached to the heatsink. One of them pulls and one of them pushes. The 212+ has one fan and an extra mounting clip for another fan. So if you buy an extra 120mm fan, then you can set one up!
So one fan pushes air and the other one pulls the air that the other one pushes?
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post #27 of 37
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So one fan pushes air and the other one pulls the air that the other one pushes?
lolkindacomplex
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Yes, that is correct.

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...1t:429,r:3,s:0


It's simple, you just need to face both the fans the same way.
    
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post #28 of 37
212+ is the best bang for the buck...also if you have money look into Noctua C14 it should be a great cooler (not sure about the footprint though)
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post #29 of 37
at one time the 212+ was $15 at mc, and $15ar at newegg


the c14 uses a 140mm fan, its quite a bit bigger footprint than the 212+
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Can anyone tell me how the H50 compares to the H70 compared to the Antec Kuhler H2O 620?
Edited by NoItsNotDavid - 3/30/11 at 10:03pm
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