Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (RR-212E-20PK-R1)
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25 April 2012
Summary: Coolermaster's Hyper 212 Evo heatsink stands 160mm tall, weighs in at moderate 569 grams and packs in four exposed 6mm diameter copper heatpipes on its base. Otherwise the Hyper 212 Evo is a pretty standard 'tower' heatsink. A 600-2000RPM, 120mm PWM fan is supplied with swept-forward impeller blades.
Conclusion: While I was pleased with the temperature results, I did have a problem with the mounting system. Although it is a great feature that the cooler is supplied with a back plate and custom mounting system for both Intel and AMD systems. The cooler was mounted fine but when the cooler was subsequently removed from the system the threads on two of the bolts failed. This may have been due to the thickness of the motherboard I used for testing.
Pros: Good performance, Custom mounting system, Included mounting brackets for a second fan, Quiet operation, High quality thermal paste, Well priced
Cons: Custom mounting bracket quality is questionable, Small quantity of thermal paste provided, Wasn’t very easy to install while the motherboard is inside a case
Excerpt: Introdução A Cooler Master é uma referência no mercado informático e tem-se destacado da concorrência em vários produtos, nomeadamente caixas de PC, onde é uma das marcas mais pioneiras. O fabricante tem renovado desde há algum tempo para cá, uma série de coolers a ar para processadores e o LILIREVIEWS tem feito e vai continuar a fazer a análise aos mesmos. Nesta cobertura de 7 coolers, chegou a vez do 3º exemplar, o Hyper 212 EVO.