Cooler Master Hyper 212 Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.8/10

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 Reviews

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Bjorn3D 9/10 Sep 27 '07
Frosty Tech 88% Dec 05 '07
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Ninjalane  --- Apr 07 '08
Overclockers Club  --- Nov 23 '07
Tech ARP  --- Apr 20 '08
ThinkComputers 10/10 Sep 24 '08
Tweak Town 75% Feb 11 '08
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X-bit labs  --- Dec 17 '07
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"All in all, Cooler Master did a wonderful job providing a universal product for both AMD and Intel platforms. This cooler will fit into most recent sockets and will perform well above average retail solution. Although it has just been announced it will sell for roughly $45 green. In my opinion it's a perfect solution for those seeking peaceful operation and rock solid performance."
"The Coolermaster Hyper 212 maintained a rise above ambient temperature of just 11.8°C. Once again, a great performance from this single-fan heatsink from Coolermaster. Recommended, in spite of the inconvenient mounting hardware."
"A good cooler for sure, as it does what is advertised to the fullest; highly recommended if you hate noise yet do want to yield good cooling results."
"The Hyper 212 appears to be perfect fit for either situation. The 19dB 120mm fan did an excellent job at keeping things cool and was so quiet in fact we never heard it over our GPU cooler. Another great selling point is the ability to add a secondary fan or even replace the included unit with an upgraded fan of your choosing. This will help in overall cooling performance when noise is not a primary factor."
"With the CM Hyper212 also being easy to install (with its unique design in how it connects to the motherboard), and easy to modify (by adding fans), you can't really go wrong with this cooler. Another added bonus is that the cooler is only 40 dollars, which is less expensive than most of the other high performance heatsinks available today. I wouldn't be surprised if this cooler took over the "top dog" position for air cooling and was suggested to people around the world as the cooler for overclockers and enthusiasts."