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Amazon has Cooler Master Hyper T2 CPU Cooler w/ Dual Contact Heatpipes on sale for $9.99 - $5 Rebate = $4.99. Shipping is free with Prime or with orders $25 or more. Thanks artcab

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Cooler Master RR-HT2-28PK-R1 Hyper T2 - Compact CPU Cooler - $4.99 After Rebate, Free Shipping with Prime or Orders over $25

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Wow just got the Cryorig h7 for $30 shipped vs this?
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Wow just got the Cryorig h7 for $30 shipped vs this?
This is a stock fan replacement. Completely different from the h7. I have this and use it only for regular non gaming/heavy duty use
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This is a stock fan replacement. Completely different from the h7. I have this and use it only for regular non gaming/heavy duty use
what advantages does it have over the OEM one then?
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what advantages does it have over the OEM one then?
OEM sucks and it's loud. It is only good if you seriously can't afford a better fan. I benchmarked with this fan on a couple games and it did a great job not sounding like a jet engine. Now to clear something up, this is compared to the Intel stock fan and the FX series fan. The new wraith fans are fine.

this clips on like the stock Intel fan, which I like because it's very simple and I could use it on test benches.
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Man i wish the rebates can be emailed instead of mailing. Why don't they do that by the way?
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Man I jumped in even with the H7 that will be coming today lol

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Not sure why I got it but Thanks OP!
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OEM sucks and it's loud. It is only good if you seriously can't afford a better fan. I benchmarked with this fan on a couple games and it did a great job not sounding like a jet engine. Now to clear something up, this is compared to the Intel stock fan and the FX series fan. The new wraith fans are fine.
ok, so it's just an improvement over the normal OEM cpu coolers, but not good enough for overclocking.
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I picked this up the other day when it was 2 for $10 and when I installed them I found them to be very loud. I have the fans blowing up towards the top exhaust as instructed. They still make too much noise and ,in my opinion ,more than the stock intel fan I was using.
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OEM sucks and it's loud. It is only good if you seriously can't afford a better fan. I benchmarked with this fan on a couple games and it did a great job not sounding like a jet engine. Now to clear something up, this is compared to the Intel stock fan and the FX series fan. The new wraith fans are fine.

this clips on like the stock Intel fan, which I like because it's very simple and I could use it on test benches.
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ok, so it's just an improvement over the normal OEM cpu coolers, but not good enough for overclocking.
I like these for OEM replacements to make the system quieter - I can spin down the fans to lower RPM as the cooler is more efficient. And the push-pins make it so that I don't have to take out the motherboard from an OEM Intel PC to install a backplate, etc.
When building from scratch, or in a case with a cutout for the backplate, I prefer going with a screw-on type heatsink with backplate instead.

I run 3.2Ghz Intel G3258 overclocked to 4.3Ghz using this cooler with no issues.

CoolerMaster rebates suck though. They take a long time for a small amount.
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Man i wish the rebates can be emailed instead of mailing. Why don't they do that by the way?
So they can collect the UPC label from you so you can't return it after sending in the rebate. Staples is one of the few exceptions for first party rebates (from Staples), and that is because they have access to their own system to see if you returned it.

For anyone looking to overclock with this, I would highly suggest going with an Arctic Freezer 33 or Cryorig H7 instead. I have this on an i5 and under prime95 max heat, I hit thermal-throttle temperatures at stock speeds.
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So they can collect the UPC label from you so you can't return it after sending in the rebate. Staples is one of the few exceptions for first party rebates (from Staples), and that is because they have access to their own system to see if you returned it.

For anyone looking to overclock with this, I would highly suggest going with an Arctic Freezer 33 or Cryorig H7 instead. I have this on an i5 and under prime95 max heat, I hit thermal-throttle temperatures at stock speeds.
It's too bad Staples stopped their EasyRebates earlier this year.
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So they can collect the UPC label from you so you can't return it after sending in the rebate. Staples is one of the few exceptions for first party rebates (from Staples), and that is because they have access to their own system to see if you returned it.

For anyone looking to overclock with this, I would highly suggest going with an Arctic Freezer 33 or Cryorig H7 instead. I have this on an i5 and under prime95 max heat, I hit thermal-throttle temperatures at stock speeds.
Btw to get a real temp diff between the stock and aftermarket cpu cooler is it best to run prime95 or just simply compare the temps by playing a game? Thanks
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