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w/code With Promo Code: EMCGGFG26 or 93XPZ82
SS for 11/21 update: new code: 23BKFCYM54M

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 [newegg.com] also avail
w/code EMCGGFG27 or 23BKFCYM54A

be quiet! PURE LOOP 280mm [newegg.com] All-In-One Water Cooling System + $5GC / $94.99
w/code EMCGGFG32

Update: be quiet! PURE LOOP 360mm [newegg.com] AIO Cooler + $10GC / $109.99
With Promo Code: EMCGGFF42
GC NLA but code 23BKFCYM57X works
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It will, but the better question is, will it fit your case.
I would say yeah. These are pretty much as good as air cooling gets. You might not need these for lower to mid end system. 212 would do great for those at lower costs. If your system is higher end and would like to do some overclocking, this air cooler definitely makes a difference in keeping cpu cooler and most likely help with longevity of the cpu. These compete well against noctua's 14 and 15 coolers, which is extremely popular among builders and enthusiasts (and dark rock is very popular too btw) If you get this, you basically dont need to worry about cooling factor too much unless you are putting some uneducated/wreckless clock speed and overvolting on the cpu for OC.

As other commenter said, these are huuge. It may not seem like much in size in images, but it may just not fit in your case. There was height clearance list on the web if I remember correctly. If not, check some reviews on the case with previous buyers confirming they have successfully fit this cooler in their case.

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Will this cooler fit the new Tomahawk X570 motherboard?
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This is a great cooler for those that have space for it. Most ITX builds will not fit this beast, anyone who has something like an inwin a1plus or a few other nearly mff cases can pull it off.

There are a few motherboards that have components laid out in such a way that it will not fit due to RAM clearance or other heatsink issues.

This link will take you to their site for compatibility checks:
https://www.bequiet.com/en/motherboardcheck
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Will this cooler fit the new Tomahawk X570 motherboard?
It will, but the better question is, will it fit your case.
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It will, but the better question is, will it fit your case.
Ok. Good question.
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Are these significantly better than a 212?
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Are these significantly better than a 212?
Yes. This is one of the best air coolers on the market and beats/matches most AIOs. It is pretty much neck and neck with the Noctua NH-D15.
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Are these significantly better than a 212?
I would say yeah. These are pretty much as good as air cooling gets. You might not need these for lower to mid end system. 212 would do great for those at lower costs. If your system is higher end and would like to do some overclocking, this air cooler definitely makes a difference in keeping cpu cooler and most likely help with longevity of the cpu. These compete well against noctua's 14 and 15 coolers, which is extremely popular among builders and enthusiasts (and dark rock is very popular too btw) If you get this, you basically dont need to worry about cooling factor too much unless you are putting some uneducated/wreckless clock speed and overvolting on the cpu for OC.

As other commenter said, these are huuge. It may not seem like much in size in images, but it may just not fit in your case. There was height clearance list on the web if I remember correctly. If not, check some reviews on the case with previous buyers confirming they have successfully fit this cooler in their case.
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Does anyone know if this will fit a cooler master n200? It's ITX but does fit some larger coolers.
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Are these significantly better than a 212?
Yes. Like what other said... But the real question is... Do you need it? A 212 will do fine for most avg builds unless you have a higher end pc or plan to do some heavy OC
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Yes. Like what other said... But the real question is... Do you need it? A 212 will do fine for most avg builds unless you have a higher end pc or plan to do some heavy OC
This is the boat I'm in. Have a 2700x with the stock Wraith cooler, ramps up and down at weird times, looking to get something that runs cooler. My case is a little on the small side--Versa j24--and I know this will fit, but just barely.
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This is the boat I'm in. Have a 2700x with the stock Wraith cooler, ramps up and down at weird times, looking to get something that runs cooler. My case is a little on the small side--Versa j24--and I know this will fit, but just barely.
I got the 2600x with the wraith prism (bought it off someone with a x2700). You if you download the msi command center app you can change the fan settings greatly. I used to have the same issue as you but after 1-2 I finally found a setting that works for me. For ref. I do minor OC @ 4.0-4.2 GHz

I just bought the 212 BE (on sale for $35) to compare the idle fan noise and slight better cooling. The idle noise of the wraith prism isn't bad but it would be nice to be even more quite in the mornings when I'm studying. Not a huge deal but for $35 why not... I don't think I'm ready or need to spend 2-3x on a cooler thats overkill for my needs.
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I got the 2600x with the wraith prism (bought it off someone with a x2700). You if you download the msi command center app you can change the fan settings greatly. I used to have the same issue as you but after 1-2 I finally found a setting that works for me. For ref. I do minor OC @ 4.0-4.2 GHz

I just bought the 212 BE (on sale for $35) to compare the idle fan noise and slight better cooling. The idle noise of the wraith prism isn't bad but it would be nice to be even more quite in the mornings when I'm studying. Not a huge deal but for $35 why not... I don't think I'm ready or need to spend 2-3x on a cooler thats overkill for my needs.
Thanks, I'll try that. I had a 212 in my old machine, it's huge. Haven't checked size vs this one (which I know will fit).
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Thanks, I'll try that. I had a 212 in my old machine, it's huge. Haven't checked size vs this one (which I know will fit).
No problem good luck.
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