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Looking at getting a Hyper 212+ for my soon coming 2500k. Wondering if anyone can show me screenshots or give me insight to their stressed temps at 4.5-5 ghz. I plan on trying to get to 5ghz and I am not sure if the 212+ can handle the heat.

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http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...therboard.html

That thread has a few people with 212s and their temps for 2500k
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http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...therboard.html

That thread has a few people with 212s and their temps for 2500k
I did see that actually. There is no indication if they were using push pull on it or not and any specifics though
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I did see that actually. There is no indication if they were using push pull on it or not and any specifics though
I think their temps give a good idea of what you should expect. If they were using 1 fan (push) and getting 70C max at 1.4v then you can assume that a push pull set up would yield a 5 degree cooler result.

IF however they were using push pull, then you can assume that with only 1 fan you would get about 5 degrees hotter, so roughly 75C. With sandy bridge your ok up to 85C. So I think you should be good with either setup.
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