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Promoted 07-27-2016 by brisar at 11:07 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Cooler Master Hyper T4 CPU Cooler w/ 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes (RR-T4-18PK-R1) for $24.99 - $15 rebate = $9.99. Shipping is free. Thanks slammdunkk

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Cooler Master Hyper T4 - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
  • 600 ~ 1800 RPM (PWM) +/- 10%
  • 24 ~ 70 CFM +/- 10%
  • 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes / Aluminum Fins
  • Intel: Socket LGA 1150 / 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 775
  • AMD: Socket FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2

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#4
$20 everyday Cryorig M9i [newegg.com]. Although if you wanted to save some cash and had an extra fan, swap it out on this T4 because apparently the fan (or quality of installation) is not the greatest.
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Quote from iiunlimited View Post :
$20 everyday Cryorig M9i [newegg.com]. Although if you wanted to save some cash and had an extra fan, swap it out on this T4 because apparently the fan (or quality of installation) is not the greatest.
This is literally half the price though with 4 pipes vs. 3. It's also strange that they advertise pure copper pipes but they don't look copper. They could be coated, but I don't see the reason why they'd coat them other than maybe try to ship you stuff other than copper...
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#6
Pretty good cooler, retention bar ruined it for me so I returned it
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#7
Just get a 212 Evo..

Reasoning: $25 OOP vs. $30 OOP. Rebate for 15 is never certain and God knows how long it'll take. Wait on EVO deal if not urgent.

EVO has much better performance at stress:
http://www.dvtests.com/cooler-master-hyper-t4-test-and-review/
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Last edited by mino3 July 27, 2016 at 08:55 AM
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Just get a 212 Evo..

Reasoning: $25 OOP vs. $30 OOP. Rebate for 15 is never certain and God knows how long it'll take. Wait on EVO deal if not urgent.

EVO has much better performance at stress:
http://www.dvtests.com/cooler-mas...nd-review/
I got a Cryorig H7, but based it mostly on the fact that it is "supposed" to be better than 212 and quieter. How do you like the 212 so far, or did you just order?
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#9
FYI this is compatible with LGA 1151 processors as well.
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#10
I tried EVO on my XPS 8700. Did not fit.
Will this fit?

Can't edit my previous post...
It did not fit because it the heatsink was sticking outside of the case.
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I got a Cryorig H7, but based it mostly on the fact that it is "supposed" to be better than 212 and quieter. How do you like the 212 so far, or did you just order?
I actually used the 212 Plus for about 2 years. Performance was quite good, only fault is I think I didn't maintain it properly - I should've changed the thermal compound and dusted it periodically . So the performance really took a hit. I wanted to try a different cooler so I am currently trying an Arctic i32 CO which seems good, but the one I got seems to make a ton of noise, so I'm switching. Bought a Noctua NH-u14s (quite unnecessary but I found a good open box deal). I only hear good things about the evo though. Tested and proven, it's your best bet for a go to cooler $30.

P.S. Your Cryorig looks really solid too! I wish I saw this before I tried my Arctic i32 CO
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I got a Cryorig H7, but based it mostly on the fact that it is "supposed" to be better than 212 and quieter. How do you like the 212 so far, or did you just order?
If you want quieter performance replace included fan with something better, like Noctua. Most of heat sinks and liquid cooler systems ship with cheap/loud fans.
I've had 212 and 212 EVO in few systems I've built 5-7 years ago, CPU still going strong after all these years of mild overclocking.
212 is the go-to system to replace stock CPU heatsink and will work for most, but hardcore overclockers.
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#13
Rebates always kill it. Dick heads, just sell it at the discounted price with no rebates.
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I got a Cryorig H7, but based it mostly on the fact that it is "supposed" to be better than 212 and quieter. How do you like the 212 so far, or did you just order?
I'm running a 212 on an i5-6600k overclocked to 4.1, and it purrs like a kitten. Runs cool at 40c inside the case and fairly silent
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#15
This T4 is rather heavy for simple AMD-style bar holding it in place vs using all-screws like on better designed rerention mechs
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