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Hyper 212 Evo vs 412S

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by yunusmessi, Jan 24, 2014.

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    Hey guys, I have Amd II X4 955 B.E 3.2ghz. I stuck between hyper 212 evo and 412S "not slim". I wanna o.c my cpu to 3.7ghz or 4ghz. Which one do you recommend. I am sorry about my bad english.
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    I was all ready to say 212 until I found this review of the 412S. I don't think there is a wrong here.
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    Those results on 212evo just seem way off, especially compared to the hyperTX3 which is only a 92mm/3 heatpipe cooler .
    http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2750&page=5

    I go with this comparison list . To bad no 412S on list .
    I think they would be similar if both ran same fans and speed . the 412S runs max speed and 212evo is a PWM fan ,so depends on fan profile you setup for it .
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    The reviews show that either will do the job. The 412S, with its 1300rpm fan, seems to be designed to run more quietly.
    I had a hard time finding any info about the 412S outside of the reviews that have been listed. Seems to be discontinued??? Replaced by the 412PWM????
    Guru3D.com review
    I would trust the xsreviews.co.uk review more simply because it uses an AMD processor, with a similar thermal envelope as your processor.
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    Thanks you guys, I think I will buy 412S, thanks for your comments.
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    I don't even see 412's in any estores here in US .

    FWIW the 212evo fan runs 600-2000rpm PWM but at defaults MB setting you get like idle of 700-800rpm and maybe 1200rpm load , depending on temps of course .
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    I am living in Turkey and 412S cheapest than 212 evo.

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