Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master TPC 812 (RR-T812-24PK-R2)
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Cooler Master TPC 812 CPU Cooler
16 November 2012
Conclusion: Many people think I am the kind of guy who drives too fast. Their argument is I get to places quicker than most people, therefore I must be constantly moving at extra-legal speeds. This simple logic sounds workable, but the fact is, it is fundamentally flawed. Actually, I stay well within the speed limit 95% of the time. The reason why I get to places in a reduced amount of time is not because of my right foot, but because of my left brain.
Excerpt: We have been anxious to test Cooler Master’s TPC 812 since we saw a prototype at this year’s CES—or was it last year’s? Regardless, the company piqued our interest with its talk of “vertical vapor chamber cooling,” and we finally have our hands on the TPC 812, a massive air cooler with six heat pipes and two vertical vapor chambers. The TPC 812 is 6.4 inches high, 4.1 inches deep (with fan), and 5.4 inches wide, and weighs over two pounds, four ounces.
Pros: Good looks; relatively easy install; decent performance.
Cons: Performance lags behind best-in-class, which are smaller and cheaper; noisy fan.