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awesome!
yeah and the price is good.,
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Didn't these things used to go down to like $15 every other week?
Or is this more because of the LED?
No. Bf you may see 19ar. 29 is the normal sale price. Probably slightly more after tariffs. Best sales were before they were fully in. This is a great buy
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potentially silly question from a computer-building novice here - a while ago, my fan started making very loud cranking and jarring sounds. I took it out, but left the heatsink on. Is there an option for me to simply buy a new fan and clip it in? Or do I have to buy myself a whole new unit?
This was probably from the bearings going bad in the fan. If it's a cooler similar to this one you can replace it with a 120mm fan. Otherwise just measure it and find one that's similar in size. Also check how many pins your current one connects with. If there's speed control you'll have an extra pin in the connection.
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do I need to take out my whole motherboard to install this? I tried installing it by just taking off the stock fan and the screws wouldn't fit..
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do I need to take out my whole motherboard to install this? I tried installing it by just taking off the stock fan and the screws wouldn't fit..
You'll need access to the backside of the motherboard around the cpu. Most aftermarket cases have a cutout in this area so you wouldn't need to remove the mobo
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You'll need access to the backside of the motherboard around the cpu. Most aftermarket cases have a cutout in this area so you wouldn't need to remove the mobo
I want to install it in a desktop that has a stock case. There's no cutout in that area..
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I want to install it in a desktop that has a stock case. There's no cutout in that area..
Read the manual for the cooler and see if you'll need access to the rear of the motherboard for your install (install instructions are different depending on the processor). For your case if you need access to the rear, you'll need to remove the mobo
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Miss the days of the $10-15 hyper 212s. If $25 is the lowest we'll see going forward maybe the $30 Neptwin we saw recently warrants more consideration.
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I am still using an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro that I bought on 2006.12.23 for $13.99 with fan replaced in 2011 under warranty. Want to buy Hyper 212 to replace it for a decade but never did. I think I can hold out for longer. Haha
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it's very tall. even in my large case it barely cleared. Left scratch marks on my plexiglass
I bought a cheap DIY case for my kid with a depth of 7.8 inches. It was a little too tall, also it was the original model. I filed down the copper tubes because the are all different sizes/heights. I filed quite a bit off and have not broke the seal yet, it still works good and fits now. I have a new black one in mine and the top is a lot better, they are already flat and not very high. I also have a H700, so lots of room. So get a case with a depth of at least 8in. I used a regular hand file btw.
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Can't believe this is voted up so high. It's about regular price for a Hyper 212. Personally, I just wait for the refurbs for $15, but alright.
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Compare to wraith prism?

Tests show Wraith Prism and Spire cool better than Hyper 212 Evo.
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This will probably cool a little better, but not worth it. Plus the prism looks so much better than this.
The Prism is nice looking with it's LED disco lights, sure. But the 212 I replaced it with (Ryzen 2700x) knocked 20 degrees off the high end and it's dead quiet. The Prism gets very buzzy when it revs up.

And I don't know what cases you people are using, but I have build at least 10 systems with 212 variants and have never hit the side panel. Antec p70 (which is fairly skinny) was close, but still cleared. Antec Sonata, Antec 300, no problems. Yes I am an admitted Antec case whore. Anyway as long as it's a ATX/mATX case it should be fine. ITX need not apply.
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Think I paid like fifteen bucks for the non led version. Good cooler. Never understood why people are so obsessed with lights in a case.
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I had one of these on my overclocked 2500k for years. Worked great.
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