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Cooler Master Ships Hyper 612 PWM CPU Cooler

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  1. btarunr

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    Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, unleashes the overwhelmingly powerful Hyper 612 PWM CPU Cooler. Striking a delicate balance between cooling potential and noise, the Hyper 612 PWM outperforms all-in-one liquid coolers and high-priced counterparts alike while maintaining minimal noise levels.

    The Hyper 612 PWM CPU Cooler is designed for optimum heat dissipation at low fan speeds thanks to wider fin gaps, a PWM fan with a special fin blade design, and a precise heat pipe layout that directs each of its six heat pipes across CPU "hot zones". Employing this unique heat pipe layout allows the heat pipes to multiply into twelve virtual heat pipes that cool the hottest parts of the processor.

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    Easy installation of fans and dual fan design options
    Break the bonds that tie you to wire clips and fan screws with the included quick-snap brackets. With these brackets changing, adding, and cleaning fans becomes a simple matter of a few moments to remove and reattach everything. Those with more extreme cooling needs may attach an optional second fan with the extra included quick-snap fan bracket. The Hyper 612 PWM comes equipped with a high performance PWM controlled fan that can be adjusted via BIOS or OS-based motherboard tuning applications. Be it overclocking or stock speeds, PWM enables the included fan to become a versatile cooling option that tailors noise and performance to any need.

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    For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    If this has the same results as the 212+, then its a winner. And again, it will all come down to its pricing, here's hoping it keeps the same price range.
     
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    nice machinery
     
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    It will be much better.

    Look at those heatpipes and compare with the 212+. ;)
     
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    here you go
     
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    Most reviews agree that it's an decent performer, if not quite able to shake the NH-D14. I think one review said it was pretty quiet too. Price is around 45€, listed in a couple of German retailers, which isn't bad at all.
     
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    If this is sub $60 I will get 4.
     
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    I suppose some folk want a PWM fan, other just a 3-pin as with the Hyper 612S shown last week. Couldn’t you just cut/switch the 4th “feed back” control wire on this and it’s now like a three pin or is over simplified? My thinking one model in the market, but provides both options.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=149640
     
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    I believe the S model, or Silent model comes with a less powerful fan attached...

    From your link: The bundled 120 mm fan has a top speed of 1300 RPM ±10% pushing 52.6 CFM of air, and uses a 3-pin fan connector.

    From Cooler Master on the PWM:Wide range PWM fan (600 – 2000 R.P.M.) provides versatile performance for full loading efficiency and for quiet idling. (also 82+ CFM)

    It is the exact same cooler body, but the PWM is for efficiency, and the S is for silence;)
     
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    sneekypeet - Thanks on that I see it now, the S is a 1300 rpm, and probably differ most in there static pressure values. Though have'n two SKU's seem a lot of nothing... Who wants a Silent Monster? :rolleyes:
    Just offer the beast and if need be curtail it in the Bios fan profile if you want to tame it.
     
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    That is the Scythe Mugen 2 with some plastic on the top. Way to go I guess.
     

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