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Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Turbo Red Cover Ventola per CPU '4 Heatpipes, 2x Ventola da 120mm PWM, LED Rossi' RR-212TR-16PR-R1
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VENTOLA x CPU COOLER MASTER RR-212TR-16PR-R1 Hyper212LED Turbo Int.775>2011-3 AMD AM4>FM2+ 120x60x160mm 31dBa 1600RPM 4Pin RED
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Al momento, si è verificato un problema durante il filtraggio delle recensioni. Riprova più tardi.
1) molto ingombrante sia in altezza che in larghezza (inserite subito il primo slot di Ram o non lo mettete più)
2) montaggio difficoltoso su scheda AM4. Bastavano 2 MM di più (gancio di blocco) e si sarebbe montato facilmente e velocemente
3) le ventole hanno una luce LED accettabile. Potevano montargliene 2 che facevano più luce.
4) raffredda meno di un dissipatore a liquido.
Il prodotto è molto valido, bello, ingombrante, particolare e fa il suo lavoro. Molto bello. Consigliato
Giunto nei tempi previsti per raffreddare un i7 7700, che con il dissipatore stock raggiungeva facilmente i 75 gradi, questo sistema di raffreddamento si è subito rivelato molto efficace.
Bello l'effetto dei led e molto pregevole la silenziosità.
L'unico fattore da considerare è la misura. Nel mio case (corsair carbide 100) ci entra a malapena.
Detto questo lo consiglio a tutti coloro in cerca di un ottimo dissipatore e con lo spazio nel case necessario ad ospitarlo.
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This was my first time switching cooling systems per always using stock for every build I put together. The instructions were easy to read and it was separated depending on what type of processor you had. Still not 100% confident I YouTubed a video tutorial based on the type of processor I had and followed it step by step. It did take me about 1 - 2 hours to switch it completely over (again, due to not wanting to make any mistakes).
This cooler only comes with one fan but includes the additional clips to attach another 120mm fan. Also, this heat sink is huge! I've seen pictures online and knew it was bigger than stock but didn't realize it was a lot bigger. I had to take out the top two 120mm case fans due to the case not having enough room but did place one of them as the second fan on this cooler and set it up to where the airflow goes through the heat sink for better cooling.
I turned on my system for the first time after installing this. It was whisper quiet. Loaded some games, rendered, encoded. Quiet. The fans did not even need to ramp up. I placed my hand a few inches from the back of the case where there's a fan pulling air out and could feel warm air coming out (which is what it's suppose to be). Read the temperatures within the BIOS and within Windows. It was extremely cool. This thing is beautiful and definitely worth the low price to keep things quiet.
Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe Motherboard
Intel i7-2700K overclocked to 4.4GHz
32 gigs DDR3 Crucial RAM (4 blocks of 8 gig each)
2 gig EVGA GTX 760 SC with ATX
ANTEC 9000 full size gaming case
Prior to adding this cooler, my system was constantly overheating above 72C when running handbrake, and games like Sims 3, Dragon Age Infinite, and most recently, Fallout 4. I couldn't play Fallout 4 for more than a half hour without my fans running like mad and my system freezing or force restarting. This was with the processor running at stock 3.6GHZ
After installing, under Prime95 stress test my CPU never elevated above 50C. I played Fallout4 for four hours straight with no skips, freezing, or restarts. In fact, my fans never elevated above a slight whisper. This remained the same even after modestly overclocking to 4.4GHZ.
This cooler is worth every cent if overheating is preventing you from enjoying game playing. My case is 8.1 inches wide and the cooler fit fine, though I had to relocate my side case fan to the back of the cooler. It comes with a 120mm fan, but you can use whatever fan or fans you want. Fans are dampened with rubber pads and very quiet.
This was simple to install. Search youtube and you will find step-by-step install instructions. This was my first cooler-install and it went without much issue. One IMPORTANT note, though. Instructions aren't clear but make sure when installing the brackets to the standoffs, the nubs should be pointed toward the motherboard with the concave stamped sides facing out from the motherboard. It looks like you are putting them in upside down, but if you don't do it this way, the brace locks will slip off the brackets once tightened and the cooler will slip off. This is really important and will save you a lot of headaches and swearing. Besides that, super easy install.
The Cooler Master fan speed is half of the OEM. Here's a screenshot of the before/after.
I highly recommend this cooler.
I almost went with a bigger cooler but realized my case was too small. I went with the more compact Gemini M4.
There is one thing that I wasn't crazy about though. The cooling fin assembly is massive. While that is a good thing for cooling, the fin assembly barely clears my RAM. I looked at different configurations but this was my first big upgrade so I may have missed an alternative positioning. The nice thing is that I have 2 sticks of RAM and the one which isn't accessible was the larger of the two. If I decide to upgrade the RAM, it won't be an issue.
Another suggestion for those that aren't experienced in getting into their system would be to take a picture of your current arrangement (SATA cables, Power supplies, etc). It's very important to put the SATA cables back to the same drive they were attached to in the beginning. I've got 2 and got them bassackward when hooking them up.
Overall it was a relatively easy install considering it was my first time.
*UPDATE* As I thought about the installation over the past day or so, I started wondering about my process. I just took another look at the cooler. If I had turned the cooling fins 90º, the fins would clear my RAM with enough space to be able to add/remove. As it is though, I don't expect to make any changes as everything is working fine. In retrospect, I should have done a dry fit and paid more attention to the details in the cooler orientation would have made.
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