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From my recent experience, the choice of paste, break-in, and a second fan make no different at all. Does anyone have real before-and-after evidence?
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It dose make a diff. I don not have the pics to prove it. But When I ditched the Sock Coolermaster Hyper212+ fan for Two R4's I Droped 2c off my load temp with no change in idle. When i droped the AS5 TIM due to stupid high cure time's I droped 1c off idle and another 2c off load temps. I now use ICDimond TIM, going to try Shin Etsu when I replace my cooler.


When chaging fans you have to note fan pressure Vs fans speed and CFM. Some fans flow less than other but due to a higher pressure they will cool about the same. Always match fans when doing a push pull set up. Mismatching can lead to burning up fans fast. Poor cooling results do to air getting traped inbetween a fast moving fan and a slower one. blah blah blah lol. I perfer using High speed fans and a fan controler Also on the cooler master hyper 212+ not much gaint to be had from swaping out from ONE fan to another...2 must be used unless going to A high speed fan for best results on that cooler IMO...Example two 120*25mm fans with 70ish CFM OR a single 120*25/38mm Stupid high flow fan, two high flow fans can be used and is even more effctive. This is how I have seen it work out on my cooler. Hope this helps.
Edited by KhaoticKomputing - 4/7/11 at 9:02am
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I am sort of confused.. I don't know why AMD cpus run so cool on load, or is it that i7s run especially hot..

Because hyper 212+ with AP-15s P/P is not good enough for i7 @ 4 :/? Reaches 88-89C on prime :/

I want to be happy with this cooler, but I just cant from how its performing paired up with an i7, atleast its cheap
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I am sort of confused.. I don't know why AMD cpus run so cool on load, or is it that i7s run especially hot..

Because hyper 212+ with AP-15s P/P is not good enough for i7 @ 4 :/? Reaches 88-89C on prime :/

I want to be happy with this cooler, but I just cant from how its performing paired up with an i7, atleast its cheap
Intel's are retard hot chips comapred to AMD chips....My PhenomII x4 955black hits 89c I just poped it. AMD state's 60c is peak for this and most newer AMD chips. However I have seem people get away with short temps of 61c+ for testing an OC and what not...I wouldnt go that high on my AMD though...
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I am sort of confused.. I don't know why AMD cpus run so cool on load, or is it that i7s run especially hot..

Because hyper 212+ with AP-15s P/P is not good enough for i7 @ 4 :/? Reaches 88-89C on prime :/

I want to be happy with this cooler, but I just cant from how its performing paired up with an i7, atleast its cheap
Also might I add that AP-15's Are not the best cooling fan to use..dont get me wrong, very quiet but flow like crap...only 45 CFM at max speed. the stock cooler master hyper 212+ is just under twice that at a peak of over 75CFM. for the AP-XX fans the best cooling fan is the hard to get at this time AP-15. AP-14's are good for a silent pc with a small OC..or on a stupid nice Heatsink with an ok OC...get a high flow fan or two normal flowing fans for cooler temps. sorry for the multi post for got to mention this about the AP-14
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AC5 is better choice than TX4?
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AC5 is better choice than TX4?
AS5 is decent, easy to work with paste, but is outdone by most modern TIM's. I suggest AS5 to people that are new to setting CPU coolers and working with TIM's just cus its cheap, easy to get and very easy to use. never used TX4 but have heard decent things about it.
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I am sort of confused.. I don't know why AMD cpus run so cool on load, or is it that i7s run especially hot..

Because hyper 212+ with AP-15s P/P is not good enough for i7 @ 4 :/? Reaches 88-89C on prime :/

I want to be happy with this cooler, but I just cant from how its performing paired up with an i7, atleast its cheap
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Intel's are retard hot chips comapred to AMD chips....My PhenomII x4 955black hits 89c I just poped it. AMD state's 60c is peak for this and most newer AMD chips. However I have seem people get away with short temps of 61c+ for testing an OC and what not...I wouldnt go that high on my AMD though...
The Phenoms put off just as much heat as the i7s (TDP). Your cores' temperatures aren't a good measure of the total heat put out by the device.

My 5770 will reach 90C on stock fan profiles. Either of my 460s will reach 70C on stock fan profiles. Which card is putting out the most heat?

OP: If you can't hear the Blademaster on the 212+ at load.. then you've either got a brilliant case, a noisy environment, or you should have your hearing checked. They're nice coolers, and at idle, pretty quiet, but that BM will make quite a stir at ~2000 rpms.

AS5 is NOT out done by any modern pastes. If you don't want to take my word for it, look here http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...&limitstart=12 AS5 is still brilliant stuff. It ties Shin Etsu for top place (out of 80.)
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[QUOTE=pursuinginsanity;13036915]The Phenoms put off just as much heat as the i7s (TDP). Your cores' temperatures aren't a good measure of the total heat put out by the device.

My 5770 will reach 90C on stock fan profiles. Either of my 460s will reach 70C on stock fan profiles. Which card is putting out the most heat?[QUOTE]

I have not seen an i7 run as cool as my AMD chip...unless im just plan crazy.


i'm confused by your GPU question.
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