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Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Review - PAGE 3

- Thursday, October 27th, 2011 Like (1) Share


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ashantiqua Oct 30, 11
wouldve been nice to see it compared to the original hyper 212.

nice heatsink comparison though.
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Vagabond Oct 30, 11
quote ashantiqua
wouldve been nice to see it compared to the original hyper 212.

nice heatsink comparison though.
Thanks for taking time to read our review ! Unfortunately we are unable to included all heatsinks and only test what we currently have in our labs. However, I understand your point, and if we do get the original Hyper 212 we will update our charts.

Thanks
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BlackLabel Oct 30, 11
Great review. I may have to pick one up as the stock cooler on my Phenom II X4 955 BE is good, but I'd be happier with something with a bit more power behind it.. By the way I wish stock coolers mounted the way many aftermarket coolers do, I find it easier to connect the heatsink when I have to install brackets and stuff than having to fiddle with those frustrating clamps many stock coolers come with.
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psope Nov 2, 11
Nice! I have one of these coming soon! Much better bang for buck then Zaleman imo
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Anon Nov 5, 12
What the hell? "The only real flaw with the 212 EVO is that it currently lacks support for Intel's upcoming LGA-2011 socket."

The Hyper 212 Evo supports the 2011 socket...
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Mark102 Nov 6, 12
Nice Review!
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