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FX-8350 Stock Cooler vs. CM 212 Evo vs. Corsair H60

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by shovenose, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. shovenose

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    H60 is the best out of the three. I use one on my 2500K and temperatures are great. The H60 is a very good cooler for the price, especially since it beats out some of the best air coolers.
     
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    depending on the airflow of your case the h60 will be better, but the hyper212 does the job pretty damn good from what ive read.
     
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    OK I've ordered the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo cooler and an additional case fan.
     
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    good choice..,its prety cheap and it works great...would be great for u if ur not OC to much..
     
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    For the most part, the Corsair air cooler is a good buy compared to diving into WCing ($$$$). Plus the Corsair seems simple enough to clean out the dust bunnies vs. the others or a few WCing RADs.
     
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    Played GTA IV today for quite a while. The computer cubby hole thing in my desk had some warm air coming out, but CPU was never over 29C :)
     
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    good job. I have always had good luck with the hyper 212's
     
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