Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition CPU Cooling System - Quiet, Sleek and Precise, 4 Continuous Direct Contact Heat Pipes with Fins, Silencio FP120 Fan

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition CPU Cooling System - Quiet, Sleek and Precise, 4 Continuous Direct Contact Heat Pipes with Fins, Silencio FP120 Fan

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition CPU Cooling System - Quiet, Sleek and Precise, 4 Continuous Direct Contact Heat Pipes with Fins, Silencio FP120 Fan

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One of the Hyper 212 Halo Black's key features is its new and improved fan - a MasterFan MF120 HALO² part. The included SF120R fan arrives with a pair of mounting brackets that feel much more durable than the older 212 EVO design, and the fan spins from 650-2000 RPM (+/- 10%) for a max airflow of 57.

The Silencio FP120 features exclusive Silent Driver IC technology and a Loop Dynamic Bearing (LDB) which reduces noise and power output. Cooler Master has recently released its latest revision to its legendary Hyper 212 lineup, the Hyper 212 Black Edition. The Hyper 212 Black Edition coolers, available with or without an RGB fan, add a level of style that had been missing from the 212 EVO, trading exposed copper heat pipes and bare aluminum heatsink fins for a polished, all-black finish. The fan mounts used to attach the fan to the heatsink are another difference between the two coolers. A legend gets even better: improved mounting system, more sophisticated design, and above all lower temps and much lower noise – all with the same value proposition that made the EVO such a go-to cooler.

I know a lot of you guys may be wondering why I decided to go with a 2600X versus a 2600 and the simple answer to that is that the 2600X has a 95 watt TDP rating compared to the 65 watt TDP rating on the 2600 so it actually pushes the limits on these coolers when it comes to performance. provided by a single Silencio fan located at the top of the unit, the same fan we recently saw on Cooler Master’s new Hyper 212 Black Edition CPU cooler.

The all-black version (model RR-212S-20PK-R1) presents a more stealthy appearance, and those who are not looking for the RGB experience will likely opt for that model instead. The fan blade design inspired by helicopters, it pack more force into the space in front of the fan. Both the fins and the heat pipes are coated in a dark nickel coating giving the cooler its stealthy look. I've applied a thin layer of thermal paste using the spreader that comes with the XTM150 to evenly distribute it on the IHS.Motherboard removal shenanigans aside, the rest of the installation process was a cinch - the thermal paste used for this install was Cooler Master's MasterGel Pro that came included with the Hyper 212 Halo Black. This decreases heat transfer time and material which, in turn, makes for lower CPU temperatures overall. So a lot of factors to consider, especially when you’re planning on building your system within a certain budget. Precise Air Flow with Nickle Black - Stacked fin array ensures least airflow resistance which allows cooler air flow into the heatsink. Gone is the metal backplate and X-shaped mounting bracket, with a new plastic backplate and much improved brackets for Intel and AMD processors that attach to the base of the heatsink in the same fashion as a Noctua cooler.

Not only does it provide your modern gaming rig with visually stunning features such as dark nickel plating and brushed aluminum panels, it performs just as well or better than the original cooler. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. Direct Contact Technology: 4 heat pipes with exclusive Direct Contact Technology providing effective and excellent heat dissipation. It is wide enough that it does shroud the RAM or power diodes on my board but is raised enough that it still fits (on my motherboard).

So certainly overclocking a CPU can help bring up those clock speeds at a consistent rate which is important, especially if you plan on doing some rendering work that could potentially help take advantage of those higher clock frequencies. Idle temps range from 30C-40C but when playing games (50-60% CPU usage) I've been getting temps around 78C-85C. delta was achieved in a cold room where the actual package temp reached 98 ºC during the load test (! The RGB Black Edition includes everything found in the non-RGB version with the addition of the RGB LED controller. Cooler Master has continued to release updated versions or the Hyper 212 cooler which also means there are a number of options to choose from based on your preferences.



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