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    Replacement fans for Hyper 212 Evo?

    Im looking for an extra fan for my Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo, cpu cooler
    As I want the extra cooling, I read diffrent but up to 10*c in full load and it would be worth it for me so no need to talk me out of this^^

    But I want some ideas on good fan's

    I have heard about Cooler Master Excalibur, that its a nice fan. But as much as I heard/read good about it, I have heard/read bad about it, that its high noice etc. But can this be cuase ppl put it into 100% power so its running 100% all time? Im going to plug it into 4pin pwm on motherboard ofc so its running deppinding on load

    But how are ppls though on this fan's in this forum? Is it a good fan for this, or if ppl have any other good exemples on pwm fans I can use I would be glad to hear

    Im from sweden, and I dont wanna order from outside the contry etc, if anyone wonder
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    You wont notice more than 2-3C by adding another fan on that cooler, It's just a waste. If you want a 10C difference buy the Corsair H100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffie View Post
    You wont notice more than 2-3C by adding another fan on that cooler, It's just a waste. If you want a 10C difference buy the Corsair H100.
    You have proff of this? As what I have read its 2-3*C in idle, and 7-10*C in full load. (depending on situation ofc).
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    Gentle Typhoons are very good for heatsinks, they have excellent static pressure. Although for best effect you want 2 of the same kind when it comes to Push 'n' pull.
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    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...11-extra-hyper

    It seems like people have tryed it and they haven't got much out of it.

    I can try running my extra coolermaster on it and see what happens, I'll post back.

    Edit:
    From 29-33 idle to 26-32 idle.
    59-64 full load to 55-62 full load.

    Up to you if that is worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n0cturnal View Post
    Gentle Typhoons are very good for heatsinks, they have excellent static pressure. Although for best effect you want 2 of the same kind when it comes to Push 'n' pull.
    Ya I will prob get 2x of the same for max effect Will look this up

    Quote Originally Posted by Toffie View Post
    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...11-extra-hyper

    It seems like people have tryed it and they haven't got much out of it.

    I can try running my extra coolermaster on it and see what happens, I'll post back.

    Edit:
    From 29-33 idle to 26-32 idle.
    59-64 full load to 55-62 full load.

    Up to you if that is worth it.
    Thx for this I cant relat to what I read from diffrent comments on diffrent site's as ppl say diffrent But if you tried it just I can relate more too this
    But on other thing I was thinkink of, If I have 1x Push as it is from start, shouldnt the air goes more like this: http://i.imgur.com/JpG0O.jpg
    and if I have push+pull something like this: http://i.imgur.com/bS2FV.jpg
    So I mean, maybe the overall temp in the chassi is lower with a push/pull config too? as if I have push/pull it helps alot more to help the flow goes towards the rear exaust, I can be wrong here^^ I just want to undertand all (sorry for crappy pic's, hope you understand)
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    I have no clue regarding that, I guess if you can make both fans spin the heat outside at 1 way it could work very well instead of blowing into eachother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffie View Post
    I have no clue regarding that, I guess if you can make both fans spin the heat outside at 1 way it could work very well instead of blowing into eachother.
    Why would they blow into eachother? :O thats make no sense :P as it is push/pull.. ofc they should go towards the rear exaust but I mean if it is no after the heatsink but only before, the air must be spreading more :P
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    Again I have no idea


    Although it depends on your case alot, I have a 120mm fan pulling from the case right next to the evo 212 pushing... Atleast for me it didn't make much of a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffie View Post
    Again I have no idea


    Although it depends on your case alot, I have a 120mm fan pulling from the case right next to the evo 212 pushing... Atleast for me it didn't make much of a difference.
    Okey =/ In my head it would make diffrent, but I cant try my self
    I dont like to be away like this and not sitting infront of my real computer so I just can try with some random fan :P
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