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Windows 7: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

19 Nov 2010   #1
YTBOY83

Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate Edition SP1
 
 
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????


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19 Nov 2010   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020 View Post
I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????
I have the 212+ as well. You'd want one push and 1 pull. Also, make sure the 2nd fan moves the same amount of air as the 1st, or you'll create a bottleneck of sorts. But with 2 fans that have equal airflow, you will notice a drop in temps. But there will be more noise, unless you change both fans to a quiet fan like Noctua's. A Guy
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20 Nov 2010   #3
YTBOY83

Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate Edition SP1
 
 

Do the quiet fans not push less air, therefore less air.?
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20 Nov 2010   #4
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

I have the same heatsink on my set up push or pull or both blowing on the fins doesn't really make a big impact i have both blowing on the fins as to push and pull both methods work equally and you will be very satisfied with performance

but keep in mind generally the heatsink fan blows on the cpu i would do it the same way

I use both fans but you dont always have too but two is always better then one
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20 Nov 2010   #5
YTBOY83

Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate Edition SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solarstarshines View Post
I have the same heatsink on my set up push or pull or both blowing on the fins doesn't really make a big impact i have both blowing on the fins as to push and pull both methods work equally and you will be very satisfied with performance

but keep in mind generally the heatsink fan blows on the cpu i would do it the same way

I use both fans but you dont always have too but two is always better then one
Do you usually have both blowing on the heatsink?
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20 Nov 2010   #6
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

I have push/ pull on my Scythe Mugen. Running 24*C idle at the moment.

Push is sitting over the RAM.
Pull is facing straight into the rear case fan blowing heat out of the case.
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20 Nov 2010   #7
YTBOY83

Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate Edition SP1
 
 

Cheers.
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20 Nov 2010   #8
SPARTAN 001

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Ubuntu 9.10 x64
 
 

When putting 2 fans on a heatsink, you should almost always make it a push/pull configuration. If you put both fans on the same side of the heatsink, it might cause problems. Also, do you have the new version of the 212+ that comes with the sliding fan clips? Those make it REALLY easy to install fans.
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20 Nov 2010   #9
linnemeyerhere

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Remember the direction of the air flow should always be from the front to the rear case fan of if allowed from the bottom to a top exhaust fan. Also the Noctura's may on paper not spin as fast but believe me they will push and pull air like crazy through those fins (order the correct model) and are drop dead quite wide open.
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20 Nov 2010   #10
A Guy

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020 View Post
Do the quiet fans not push less air, therefore less air.?
Some fans will be quieter because they push less air, or spin more slowly. But the Noctua's are quieter because of the fin design and the bearings. They are not cheap though. Look at this model, comes with 2 adapters you can use to slow the fan down to make them even quieter, but with lower airflow. But at full speed they are less than 20db. I can almost guarantee you, your GPU fan is louder than that, so you won't even hear them. They move over 54cfm at full speed. These use the SSO (self-stabilising oil-pressure bearing) bearings, quietest of all.

Newegg.com - Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm CPU Cooler and Case Fan

But also look at these Scythe fans, $10 bucks cheaper, and they move 49 cfm at just over 20db at 1200 rpm. Again, just about dead silent as ambient noise, your GPU, PSU and case fans will be noisier. These are also a superior Fluid Dynamic Bearing design.

Newegg.com - Scythe S-FLEX SFF21E 120mm Case Fan

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