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The 212+ is a solid budget cooler. For 4.5GHz, you'll see somewhere around 50-65*C load temps with it. I load at 73*C on a hot running chip at 1.45v for 4.9GHz.

For the record, my last chip ran at 1.52v for 4.7GHz, and loaded cooler than my current chip does. So my current chip honestly really does run warm. And that's after many reseats to try to get it cooler.
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What temps do you reckon 4.5ghz would get on the 212+
Probably around 55-60 C. Depends on how much voltage your chip would need.

The 212+ weighs around 650 grams, with a 120mm fan. The stock intel cooler weighs around 330 grams, and uses a 75-80mm fan.

It will be sufficient for 4.8-5.0ghz easily. The only downside is a somewhat finnicky mounting mechanism.
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4.5ghz load was around 75c for me with stock, now its only 52c in prime. with 212+.
What voltage where you at?
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Probably around 55-60 C. Depends on how much voltage your chip would need.

The 212+ weighs around 650 grams, with a 120mm fan. The stock intel cooler weighs around 330 grams, and uses a 75-80mm fan.

It will be sufficient for 4.8-5.0ghz easily. The only downside is a somewhat finnicky mounting mechanism.
Im really considering getting the 212+ for the price i will probably get 2 120mm fans for a push and pull straight up to my 200mm
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What voltage where you at?
Well i have a very good d2 chip and a good batch so 1.26volts. but honestly i started at 1.3 and went down and the temps never changed which was weird.
and as for 212+ installation, it was easy. i'm 19, the biggest thing i've ever done was take a gpu apart to reapply thermal paste, so im always scared when im doing something new and it took well, 10minutes, the p67 latch system scared me more, thought i was gonna break my cpu
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Well i have a very good d2 chip and a good batch so 1.26volts. but honestly i started at 1.3 and went down and the temps never changed which was weird.
and as for 212+ installation, it was easy. i'm 19, the biggest thing i've ever done was take a gpu apart to reapply thermal paste, so im always scared when im doing something new and it took well, 10minutes, the p67 latch system scared me more, thought i was gonna break my cpu
Yep i know the feeling im 13 i just put together my first proper rig same CPU as you so scary!
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I have been folding on my i5 2500k since I got it this week almost 20hrs a day @ 100% and one core barely reached 64c others hovered around 60c

212+ is a beast, there is nack to getting it mounted right. But once you get it nice and set that thing will keep the CPU really cool. Mine was filled with a crap load of dust since I never cleaned the heatsink its self, and it still kept my cpu at 24c idle (doesnt matter much) and about 45-50c general gaming, like BFBC2. For prime around 3.6ghz it kept my q9400(heat monster imo) around 60c.
Edited by Zcypot - 4/21/11 at 8:49am
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I have been folding on my i5 2500k since I got it this week almost 20hrs a day @ 100% and one core barely reached 64c others hovered around 60c

212+ is a beast, there is nack to getting it mounted right. But once you get it nice and set that thing will keep the CPU really cool. Mine was filled with a crap load of dust since I never cleaned the heatsink its self, and it still kept my cpu at 24c idle (doesnt matter much) and about 45-50c general gaming, like BFBC2. For prime around 3.6ghz it kept my q9400(heat monster imo) around 60c.
Just got mine to 4326.55MHz = http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1780226
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Urm which one? 80-85c or 73c



Looked at those but alot of people say there not much better then the stock cooler.
ALOT of people are dead wrong. Hyper 212+ is an awesome cooler. ive ran one on a i7 920, phenom X4 and phenom X6. The i7 920 was overclocked to 4.21 and never went above 80C
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Yeah i might be buying one in a week or 2 i just need a bit of cash and what about these CoolerMaster Hyper TX-3s?
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