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Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

Q: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

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The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????

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A: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020


I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????


I have the 212+ as well. You'd want one push and 1 pull. Also, make sure the 2nd fan moves the same amount of air as the 1st, or you'll create a bottleneck of sorts. But with 2 fans that have equal airflow, you will notice a drop in temps. But there will be more noise, unless you change both fans to a quiet fan like Noctua's. A Guy

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I was very disappointed to find my Cooler Master Hyper 48 CPU fan wouldn't work on an AM2 motherboard. After much searching I found an adaptor. $2.99 for the bracket and $8.54 to ship.

http://www.svc.com/am2rm-revc.html

David
 

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Hello, i have AMD phenom II x4 955 BE processor. i have replaced the stock fan because of the huge noise and the bad cooling with a new Cooler Master hyper 212 plus(Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply) i noticed that it is a bit better for cooling but the noise is too high.
it is allowed to have 2 fans on both sides, i have only one fan now i bought it that way so if i buy the other fan and plug it in the other side will increase the cooling and lower the noise or make it worse noise?!
thank you

A:Cooler Master hyper 212 plus?

Two identical fans is going to make more noise than 1 fan.

You should use a single fan that blows air THROUGH the heatsink fins and TOWARD the rear of the case, where you probably have an exhaust fan.

That heatsink is generally well-regarded for cooling purposes, but I'm not sure about how quiet it is.

You may have just had bad luck and got a noisy example of the fan.

Or that particular fan may just be noisier than you like.

My advice: replace with another fan KNOWN to be quiet: low to medium speed Nexus, Yate Loon, or Scythe, for example.

Make sure you have mounted the heatsink and fan to blow air as I described above.

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Hello. I just ordered a new heatsink for my Core 2 Quad Q9550 at stock clocks (2.83GHz), and I was wondering if anybody else had any experience with this heatsink. Any advice would be useful because this will be my first aftermarket heatsink. If you could provide installation tips or stuff like that, that'd be good too. Thanks.

A:Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus

Two things. First, understand that if your Intel CPU was a retail version that came with an Intel supplied heatsink fan (HSF) assembly, then according Intel's CPU policy, using a 3rd party cooler voids the warranty! Also note that damage attributed to overclocking is not covered under any CPU, motherboard, or cooler warranty either, regardless any overclocking features or software provided by motherboard makers. Certainly, this is not a concern for some enthusiasts. But it is a concern for many others, and everyone should be aware of it.Intel CPU Warranty Information (my bold added)Intel warrants the Product (defined as the boxed Intel? processor and the accompanying thermal solution)... ... if the Product is properly used and installed, for a period of three (3) years. This Limited Warranty does NOT cover:• damage to the Product due to external causes, including accident, problems with electrical power, abnormal electrical, mechanical or environmental conditions, usage not in accordance with product instructions, misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing; OR
• any Product which has been modified or operated outside of Intel's publicly available specifications
Note that is NOT my opinion, I am just the messenger making sure you are aware of Intel's policy. For AMD readers, they have the same policies about overclocking and the use of 3rd party HSF assemblies on CPUs that come supplied with OEM HSF assemblies.
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can i use this cooler? i have never used it before i had it lying around collecting dust..The pipe seems rusted or something
 

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Need to know why I cant get this to work. Even wathced a youtube video on nhow to do it and it still wont work. I am trying to use it with a Q6600 that I know works. but I just installed the backplate to the underneath of the board, then attached the mounting plate to the HSF and the top of the board. Turned it on and NOTHING. No video at all. Fans ALL whir up and run, but no pic. Any idea why it wont work??
 

A:Solved: cooler master 212 hyper plus

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I am putting together a new build with a hyper 212 plus and some corsair vengeance memory that goes right beside it. The problem is that the hyper 212 extends slightly into the 1st slot of memory. The vengeance memory is way too high with the heatsink on it. What can I do? Can I put the fan on the cooler to pull instead of push or will I lose some cooling? Do I need to get different memory? Can I take of the heatsink on the first stick? Thanks.
 

A:Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus question

Looking at that memory, it looks like there's a little tab/hole/thing to pry the heatsink off. Don't force it, because you might cause damage. But if you can get it off gently, the RAM should operate fine without it.

I'm not sure about the difference between push/pull cooling, but I think you might lose some efficiency if you set your fan to pull from the other side. I've seen several dual-fan coolers that have a fan on both sides, but every single-fan cooler I've seen has a fan pushing air, not pulling, There's probably a reason for that.

You could also try turning your cooler so it faces another way. This might mean disrupting the airflow though.

But yeah, don't force the heatsink off. If it doesn't behave, you might want to pick different memory, or a different cooler.
 

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I have used the stock cooler on my 530j for some time now. I've had good results, but the noise level is bit too much. Now I have this very large and heavy copper HSF with a 92mm fan. A Cooler Master Hyper 48.

I ran a test with my stock HSF. I booted up at my 530 4GHz, 1.45 Vcore(267x15) and ran idle for awhile then at full load.

Stock Intel HSF


I then Installed the Cooler Master. I had to remove the motherboard to install a back plate than the HSF is screwed down too. Then I ran the same test. It comes with a replacement bracket for both socket 478 and Athlon 64. It will clamp down to the regular 478 bracket but as heavy as it is the back plate is required.

Cooler Master Hyper48


After 1 week


The noise levels are lower with the Hyper 48, but still much louder than a Arctic Cooling Freezer 7. The Cooler Master's overall performance is a disappointment so far. I hope that once the heat sink compound cures performance will increase over the Intel unit. I may also replace the 92mm fan with a more quiet one.

The Hyper 48 gets ZERO green bouncies.
 

A:Intel stock HSF vs. Cooler Master Hyper 48

if you're looking for silence, you need to move up from air cooling

i prefer water cooling, but you can buy fan-less heat pipe coolers as well (they are huge though.. lol)
 

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Hi, i am saikat from kolkata ,india.today I install cooler master liquid lite 120 top of my cpu. then switch on my computer computer run fine but CPU temparataur increase from before. Before I used intel cpu fan that time temperature was 40 to 46 degree c with 4 to 5 % cpu work. But when I install liquid cooler ,temperature increase .Now temperature 55 to 63 degree c when cpu work only 5 to 6 %. So please help me how can solve this problems.
My processor i5 (3570)
Motherboard intel or DB75EN
Also have graphic card.
Please help ,what is actual problem oh I use same thermal pest for both.
 

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Hi, i am saikat from kolkata ,india.today I install cooler master liquid lite 120 top of my cpu. then switch on my computer computer run fine but CPU temparataur increase from before. Before I used intel cpu fan that time temperature was 40 to 46 degree c with 4 to 5 % cpu work. But when I install liquid cooler ,temperature increase .Now temperature 55 to 63 degree c when cpu work only 5 to 6 %. So please help me how can solve this problems.
My processor i5 (3570)
Motherboard intel or DB75EN
Also have graphic card.
Please help ,what is actual problem oh I use same thermal pest for both.
 

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Hello all, new to this forum. I bought a Cooler Master chipset cooler for my Asus P4P800-E Deluxe. I was checking my GPU fan when I touched the cooler and it was hot, I mean HOOOTTT, like cant touch it for more than a second hot.

The fan is spinning the 5K revs it runs in but its super hot anyway. I gave my stock cooler away and this is what I have. The MB temperature is normal, 37c and cpu 32c fanless at idle. I dont know where that MB sensor is located but the chipset must be over 40c at least.

Whats the best chipset cooler out there. My MB has an Intel 845 chipset. (i need an upgrade!)

My Antec P180 (provides great ventilation with 4 120mm fans) case is sitting standing up like its meant to be and I was reading in another forum that some heatpipes dont like to be sideways, could this be the case?
 

A:Problem with Cooler Master chipset cooler RUNNING HOT!

chipsets have a higher heat tolerence than CPUs, 40c is a safe operating temp. also, temp sensors are not accurate, so you can't really go by the reading from it anyways. it's not unusual for software based sensor to be as much as 10c off the actual temp.

the cooler you bought should work fine. did you thoroughly clean the chipset and heatsink with isopropyl alcohol and then apply new thermal compound before mounting the cooler?
 

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Hello,

Do you guys think that Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler will fit in a regular full tower case. Its not a branded/famous case, just a normal full tower with handle on top.

Thanks for your answers.
 

A:Solved: Case for Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler

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I have a hyper 48 cooler that only runs at 1500 rpm and my Gigabyte mother board only has 3 wire connection and the fan has a 4. wich means I can not control the fan speed through my mother board, correct meif I am wrong. i have a GA-K8U-939 board. Can i get a power addapter that will allow me to connect it straight to the power supply. I read that if you connect the hyper cooler up to a 4 wire it will run at max RPM.
 

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Purchased Cooler Master #DP5-6131D and ready to install but instructions are not clear. It says to apply Heat Sink Silicone Compound but not sure if this goes on the whole surface or if you leave the little square in the center clear of compound.
 

A:Cooler Master

The compound is applied to match the raised area on the CPU called the die. All you need is an extremely thin layer to make contact with the die.
 

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The heat sink fan has quit. The label is Cooler Master CM12v. I cannot find a part on HP web site. Where can I purchase this fan?

A:Cooler Master

Hi, HP uses part number. What is its part number ? You can only find part from part number, not name. We also need to know what is your computer (model) ? Regards.

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On average, a silver compound will hang a few degree's C lower than a compound that is composed of grease. Reason, metal conducts heat better, but its not as conductive, as true metal. In fact, both greases and silver compounds and such conduct alike. But if your temps are a huge issue, get a silver compound, they are formulated to align during bonding, which helps create a much easier transfer of heat. its only a dollar or so more, and its all I use, I'd go for it.
 

A:Cooler master

Only one

For performance, reliability, and all-around good looks, Arctic Silver is the ONLY contestant. :grinthumb
 

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Hi, anyone knows wether a 120 MM CPU Cooler will phyiscally fit in a M92p Tower case? The cooler is 158 mm high in total. I think the Thinkcentre case is 175 MM wide. But You also have to consider that there is a Motherboard and CPU inbetween. WIll that fit or do I have to go for a smaller 92MM Cooler? Anyone tried this before?

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Hi my name is Rafael of Brazil, rode a computer gamer very good, the settings I put down. My CPU is theoretically very good, but I can not play with it, the cooler that comes with the processor does not maintains the temperature when the BF 4 game with full graphics of 50 fps, but a few minutes later he shuts down and restarts in the middle of the game I think the manufacturing cooler's fault, because he goes from 100 degrees (HWMonitor), I will put an exhaust fan and I'm thinking about changing the cooler, am among the Hyper 212 EVO and H60. What would be better to cool off without the need for overclocking.
 

A:A10 6800k processor with factory cooler. Hyper 212 or H60

I would like someone to help me, which of these coolers is better. Hyper 212 EVO or H60?
 

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I was looking at a Cooler Master CM Stacker this evening at Fry's and liked it except for one thing.

It does not come with a power supply and when I looked at the power supply enclosure inside the computer, it looked like it was very small.

The height is quite a bit smaller than any power supply that they had in stock.

Is anyone using this case that can tell me a good power supply to put in these cases?

Thanks
 

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I am using the Cooler Master Aero 4 and I am trying to get the most speed out of the fan possible. I am not concerned with noise levels, and the website says it can range from 1900~3500 rpm. According to my ASUS Probe, the fan is spinning around 2300. How do I increase the speed of the fan? The knob that is on the back of my comp that connects to it is turned all the way up.

hxxp://www.coolermaster.com/index.php?LT=english&Language_s=2&url_place=product&p_serial=ISB-V73&other_title=+ISB-V73+Aero%204

MB ASUS P4P800 DELUXE SPRINGDALE RT

POWER SUPPLY ANTEC TRUE430 ATX RTL

CPU P4/2.4CGHz 800M 478P/512K HT RT

DDRAM 512MBTWINX512-3200C2 COR RT

HD 120GB|WD 72R WD1200JB 8MB-CACHE%

HD 36GB|WD 10,000 WD360GD 8MB

CDRW LITEON|52X32X52X LTR-52327S BK

SOUND BLASTER|AUDIGY 2 PCI SB0244 %

CPUFAN COOLERMASTER ISB-V73 AR4 RT

Raedon 9800 Pro 128 MB
 

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While I don't have a problem with the CM HAF 922 case that I bought ~ 1.5 years ago, I can't say the same for the fans that came with it. So far, the rear 120mm exhaust, and the 200mm top blow hole fans have failed, and also a 92mm fan that came with my CM Hyper TX 3 CPU cooler. I'll never buy a CM fan again.

I know that fans don't last forever, but I have fans far older that these that are still spinning. I'm replacing these with Noctua fans, in hopes that they live up to their reputation and last much, much longer. Unfortunately, that is somewhat expensive, so if they don't, I may consider water cooling, not that that is cheap either.

I just went through the product list at Noctua, and it appears that they don't make a 200mm fan, so I need a good one from some place else...is there any?

My only alternative is to replace the 200mm with dual 120mm fans, which Noctua does make. I imagine that these would be somewhat noisier than the single large fan, but how would the CFM compare?

A:Cooler Master Fans

Review - What's the best supersize case fan? | bit-tech.net

Antec Big Boy!

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hye.,i need some advise on choosing the cooling system for my cpu,.need something that is quite at full speed and can keep my cpu cool as im going to overclock it later..any idea which one should i choose between these cooler master v10/v8/v6R/v6GT..
if theres any other ideas..im glad to hear it from you guys..
 

A:Cooler master v10/v8/v6R/v6GT

What are your computers specs? CPU, motherboard, memory type and speed and power supply?
 

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How does one do this? I have a cpu fan error on bootup so I cleaned the inside of the pc w/compressed air but still got the error. The heatsink is huge and CM's site doesn't say how to replace it. I've been told that, in general, you just remove 2 screws but then read somewhere else you need to actually remove the cooler from the motherboard, which is hard to believe to just get to a fan.

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Antivirus: AntiVir Desktop, Updated and Enabled
 

A:Replacing fan in Cooler Master V8

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Is my fan supposed to spin constantly all the time or no?
The reason I am asking is because it isn't. Watch the short 1 minute video I made, explains it all in detail.

Cooler Master 212 Plus Fan Issue - YouTube

Thanks for your help!
Sean

A:Cooler Master 212 Plus Fan Issue

Anyone?

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I am using the Cooler Master Aero 4 and I am trying to get the most speed out of the fan possible. I am not concerned with noise levels, and the website says it can range from 1900~3500 rpm. According to my ASUS Probe, the fan is spinning around 2300. How do I increase the speed of the fan? The knob that is on the back of my comp that connects to it is turned all the way up.

hxxp://www.coolermaster.com/index.php?LT=english&Language_s=2&url_place=product&p_serial=ISB-V73&other_title=+ISB-V73+Aero%204

MB ASUS P4P800 DELUXE SPRINGDALE RT

POWER SUPPLY ANTEC TRUE430 ATX RTL

CPU P4/2.4CGHz 800M 478P/512K HT RT

DDRAM 512MBTWINX512-3200C2 COR RT

HD 120GB|WD 72R WD1200JB 8MB-CACHE%

HD 36GB|WD 10,000 WD360GD 8MB

CDRW LITEON|52X32X52X LTR-52327S BK

SOUND BLASTER|AUDIGY 2 PCI SB0244 %

CPUFAN COOLERMASTER ISB-V73 AR4 RT

Raedon 9800 Pro 128 MB
 

A:Cooler Master Aero 4

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what will happen if you are using a APC Back-UPS RS 800VA 230V with Cooler master extreme power 500w (RP-500-PCAR) PSU

the label behind my UPS says it has a 3.5A max output where as my PSU's input requirement is [email protected] i have been using this setup for almost 2 years but now my UPS has stopped working. After powering on the UPS continuously beeps and the red "overload" indicator starts flashing (the technical support confirmed its a permenant damage and requires replacement).

the website has conflicting information on the ammpere rating, the manual and the rear (www apcmedia com/salestools/ASTE-6Z7V4E_R1_EN.pdf) of my UPS mentions it's 3.5A but the technical specs here www apc com/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=BR800-IN says the output is 6A.

now which is right and where can i find the exact details of my UPS. tried to contact the online chat support but there is no representative and the email response link is also down.

so could low ampere ouput cause damages to PSU? after the replacement can i continue using the same UPS or should i choose a higher specification model please help

Vivek

sorry this is a double post, i changed the subject which resulted in a duplicate post
 

A:Cooler Master 500 PSU amperage?

The 6A rating you see as part of the technical specs is for the connectors, not for the output power of the UPS IMO.

Insufficient power will not damage your PSU as much as it will damage your UPS via an overload. This is probably why it is not working anymore and the "Overload" light is flashing. Your PSU will try to pull as much power as it needs to convert to DC, and nothing more. Have you recently upgraded your system with a more powerful GPU, CPU or more HDDs? That may be the reason for the overload.
 

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At the college i am training we have the above desktop which keeps shutting down unexpectedly, all connections are fine and it is not over heating. any advice would be helpful
 

A:Cooler Master Elite

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Hi all.. im currently using this Cooler Master GX 550W Bronze 80 Plus PSU with my current rig.. I don't know but for some reason people here saying that this PSU sucks and is known for damaging hardware. So tell me should I buy a new one that is better than this? or does anyone have any Good/Bad experiences with GX Series PSU's Please Help!

Reason i'm asking is im worried. I just recently build a new rig and I don't want to fry any of the components due to the malfunctioning of the PSU! Also I heard a strange kind of noise that came only once from the Rig side.. it wasn't a beep but it sounded like thin and sharp noise like pooooooiiiiinnnngg.. don't know if it came from the board or the psu or any other thing... but PC kept running fine.

A:Cooler Master GX 550W

That is a decent psu, but is on the lower end of their models. Looking at your specs you have a good build. I would get a better psu, and keep it as a back up for testing. Corsair and Seasonic are good choices, others will add more. The psu is one component you do not want to cut corners on. I would go for a modular one.

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I was planning to buy this cabinet,then I noticed that it has only 2 USB 2.0 slots(front)..
I was just wondering how people use this case when a mouse and keyboard each takes up one USB slot,thereby leaving nothing for a phone,external hdd,gamepad etc
Any help would be appreciated
 

A:Cooler Master Elite 431

You would ordinarily use the I/O USB ports that show at the back of the case which are directly connected to the motherboard. So when you choose your motherboard, pay attention to number and type of USB ports the motherboard provides and decide accordingly. If you need more, you can buy a USB hub or install a PCI or PCI-E add on card for more USB ports.
 

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Hi guys,

Does anyone know what CPU cooler this is? It is for the silverstone SUG SG07

link to youtube is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsg2sKoOV50&feature=player_embedded

At 1:20
 

A:Silverstone SUG SG07 Mini ITX CPU COOLER? Identify this cooler?

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I upgraded my GPU recently and noticed that my CPU fan was making more noise than I remembered - sort of a droning noise.  I checked my CPU temps and discovered that, at idle, the CPU was hitting 38-42C.
I decided to upgrade my cooling.  The main limitation (besides the fact that Dell has a non-standard CPU backplate setup) is the somewhat narrow case on the XPS 8900 doesn't allow installation of most of the inexpensive high-performance coolers because they are too tall by 1/2" - 3/4".  Then I found the Cyrorig H7, which has three heat pipes, a huge heatsink, and 120mm fan all in a package that is "only" 145mm high - just short enough to fit in the case.  I installed it yesterday and it works GREAT.  Very happy with it, initially at least.
I also swapped out the stock Sunon case fan for a Cooler Master Blade Master 92mm fan, which is quieter but similar CFM specs.
Overall the computer is now quieter at 100% load than it was at idle before.  And my CPU temps have dropped by 15 degrees C.  Great upgrade.  I made a video on how I did it here:
...and here are a couple of pics:

A:XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation

Nice !

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ok so im thinking of buying a new powersupply because i later need to buy a new GOOOOOOD graphics card.... i found this one and im wondering if its enough for a GOOOOD craphics card and 650w is enough for me:

Cooler Master PowerSupply (PSU) GX 650W

But for some reason its extremely cheap for being 650W compared to the other ones i found.. heres some specs...

? Compliance with the latest Intel standard ATX 12V V 2.31
? Single +12V rail for the most demanding SLI configurations
? High efficiency design that meets 80 Plus requirements (85% typical)
? Ultra-silent operation with intelligent 120mm fan speed control
? Multiple protection design (OVP / UVP / OPP / OTP / SCP)
? High reliability (MTBF>100,000 hours)
? Double Layer EMI Filter restrains noise and injury to end-user
? Huge bulk capacitor for hold up time >17ms at full loading
? Integrating Active PFC with PWM combo controller not only make PFC higher than 0.99, but also raises efficiency
? Efficient transformer for reducing 5Vsb power loss when the system is at turn-off and sleep modes

Why so cheap???

and another thing is... will it fit in my HP p6341sc computer?
Here is its hardware website with computer information:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...ol=&query=hp p6341sc&product=4119566&key=null

thank you for any help provided
 

A:Cooler Master (PSU) GX 650W sufficient?

Should fit fine, but there might be better PSUs, and you might not need so much power either.

Can't comment on why its cheap, but where are you located, and what is your budget?

Also, what graphics card are you wanting to power from it?
 

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I plan to buy new PSU for my build I5-2400+GTS450
Is this cooler master good?
anyone has it and can tell is it reliable? Is one 12v rail good or bad.. i was reading some reviews and still am confused

A:Cooler master GX-450W good?

That will run $60- at newegg. Newegg.com - COOLER MASTER GX 450W RS450-ACAAD3-US 450W ATX12V v2.31 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply

Ironically for the same price I just picked up a pair of Corsair CX600 model 600w supplies onsale until last wednesday one now in use on the old Antec 900 Vista case running Vista there and the second for a new 7 Pro mini tower case about to be fired up later today. Still waiting the last two items to finish that one up.

As for a 450w model it will mainly depend on how much hardware and what hardwares it will be used for. For a minimum stock case it will meet the minimum requirements. But for any ocing or placing heavy demands on it you may want to consider a larger model supply with more then one rail as well as more connections.

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COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus RR-B10-212P-G1 "Heatpipe Direct Contact" Long Life Sleeve 120mm CPU Cooler Compatible with Intel 1366/1155/775 and AMD FM1/FM2/AM3+ - Newegg.com

COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus RR-B10-212P-G1 "Heatpipe Direct Contact" Long Life Sleeve 120mm CPU Cooler Compatible with Intel 1366/1155/775 and AMD FM1/FM2/AM3+

Last night, i was putting together a new rig and accidentally cracked the 120mm CPU fan attached to my heatsink. After searching on newegg for a fan replacement, not an entire heatsink / fan combo, I found myself unable to locate a 120mm fan that is meant for CPU ONLY.

Can someone help me find a 120mm CPU fan that definitely has the clamps that attached to a heatsink? I don't want to waste $$ on something that I'm just going to have to RMA. I had a bad mobo and had to RMA it and I don't want newegg getting upset with me :).
Thanks guys,
Bryan

A:COOLER MASTER Cracked fan. Replacement?

Look at this one:
EVERCOOL F-EC12025H12BP 120x120x25mm High Speed Double Ball Bearing Fan - Retail - Newegg.com

See if the specs. are similar to the cracked one you have.

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I'm in the process of building a new PC. I have all the parts on order and they should arrive today. I was looking at the case and a few other parts and got to thinking exactly how I should setup the airflow in the case. Normally I would just do top / back exhaust and side / front intake. The problem is I'm using Corsair liquid cooling so that will take my back exhaust. My question is, with the case I have, what type of fans should I use and where? Also, which fans should be exhaust and intake?

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The case I'm getting is a Cooler Master HAF 912.

The Liquid Cooling I'm using is Corsair H50.

(I'd link them for you but I currently cant link urls ).

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The case has the following slots in it for fans:

Cooling System:
-Front: 120 mm fan x 2 or 200mm fan x1
-Top: 120 mm fan x 2 or 200mm fan x 1
-Rear: 120 mm fan x 1
-Side:120mm or 140 mm fan x 1

It comes with two 120's obviously and I'm putting the liquid cooling fan / radiator in the back fan slot. The problem with that is the radiator blocks one of the top 120 slots so I can either go 1x 120mm on top or a 200mm on top. I'm putting a 120mm on the side of the case as well. The case also comes with a 120mm in front and has room for another, or you can swap the two 120mm's for a 200mm.

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A:Case airflow help for a Cooler Master HAF 912

The stock fans should be enough, but I have a feeling you are going to do a massive over-clock, so every piece of hardware will be affected. The rule is:
front fans blowing in
top fan blowing out
side fan blowing in
 

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My specs are

Pentium 521
ECS PF4 extreme
2 x 512mb Syncmax ddr2 533mhz
Forsa 256mb 6600
Samsung 160gb Sata
Seagate 60gb Pata
Nec 2500a
Cooler Master Rs-430-PMAR

Recently built the above system and every thing is all fine. I do a lot of video/audio conversions + downloading continuously for 24hrs and have the computer on for many days even wks without ever having a problem.

However, recently i notice some funny readings from speedfan v4.25 on the 12 voltage...it read:

Vcore: 1.33v
+12v: 5.65v
3.3v: 3.34v
Vcc: 4.99v
Vin2: 0.00v
5Vsb: 4.93v
Vbat: 0.00v

does that mean i have a faulty psu or is it normal cos the 12v is on 2 railings and speedfan is only reading one of them?

i also read that theres a software that can stress test a psu....i cant recall the name but i think it begins with the letter o, any one has an idea?

thanks
 

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I was debating between a laptop docking station and a high-power cooling pad rigged as a docking station. Well, after some searching, I found the Cooler Master SF 19 with USB 3.0, and decided to get it. I've already noticed huge temperature drops while gaming. Whereas my Sandy Bridge i7 would hit 68-70C while gaming, it's now only hitting 58-62C while gaming.

Anyway, here are some pics with a storyline review.
The box itself was a testament to the word "massive", which is what I would use to describe this cooling pad.
Opening the lid of the box, I noticed there are three velcro "tabs," as if the box is meant to be used over and over? Hmmm.. Maybe the words "arming the gaming revolution" were meant to actually mean something?
The cooling surface itself is massive, measuring about 16 inches across. The entire cooling pad, at it's widest, is just over 19 inches wide. The lights, though you can change the color, are more annoying than cool, if you ask me, because they "pulse" and there is no setting for a steady on. Despite weighing over 8lbs, this thing feels extraordinarily flimsy when you're holding it (though I am sure it's actually well-constructed). The raised grey areas are rubber, the mesh is some sort of metal, and the rest is plastic. Off to the right you see the included USB 3.0 A to micro B cable in it's bag.
The SF 19 makes use of two 140mm fans with a stepless speed controller to run them anywhere from 1200rpm to 260... Read more

A:Cooler Master SF 19 - pics/review

Thanks for taking your time for reviewing this kbronski!

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I have a Cooler Master Centurion 5 CAC-T05 case (http://www.techfuels.com/attachment...er-master-centurion-5-cac-t05-case-system.jpg) and I've never managed to get the lights on the front working properly. There is a hard drive light and a power on light, and I'm just not sure where they are supposed to be plugged in on the mobo. The mobo is an Asus M2NPV-VM.

Thanks.
 

A:Lights on Cooler Master Case

See page 1-38 (Page 50 in Acrobat Reader)

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socketAM2/M2NPV-VM/e2806_m2npv-vm.pdf
 

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I'm a complete noob when it comes to computers. Background on my issue:
I was running on Windows Vista (Home basic I think) when AVG detected a virus; I closed my other applications (as I was about to go out anyway) and ran a scan (full scan) with malwarebyte's anti-malware. I then went out and walked my dog. When I returned my computer had rebooted, I logged on and for some reason explorer did not load, I opened malwarebytes again via the task manager, whilst it was scanning I also decided to look for a process that may have previously caused the reboot. I noticed there were TWO coppies of crss.exe running, so chances are one was the virus. As processes run in RAM, and neither had any info, I decided I'd end the first one, if it wasn't that, I could restart and end the 2nd next time. I kill the process, get BSOD and then my computer rebooted, however wouldn't load. It loaded to an empty command line with no text. I waited a small while, nothing changed, I rebooted, again, nothing. I asked online and was told I needed to format and re-install OS. However I had lost the installation disc for vista (vista sucks anyway) so I got myself a copy of Windows 7 ultimate, (64-bit, I've got 3GB RAM).
My problem: Upon loading the disc (booting from disc obviously as I could not boot from the HDD), I accept the terms blah blah blah, select "custom install (advanced)" (You coulda just put "fresh install" btw); and it takes me to a form where I have to select the drive... Read more

A:Cooler Master Elite 330 drivers?

We need your system specs please....Cooler Master/Elite 330 is your case.

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I have a Cooler Master Vortex Plus with a broken mother board mounting pin. Actually two, but the first one was fixed with a nylon screw/nut at initial assembly 5 yrs ago. Now another one broke when I was redoing the thermal grease. Was a great relieve when I went back to do again since it was running hotter than before to find one pin totally gone and that corner lifted up and flapping in the breeze. No wonder it was running hot. I can't get behind the mobo without full disassembly, so need the OEM part or an equivalent.

Does Cooler Master sell these as spares? Being a Friday night I can't find out till Monday, no indication on their website, and I may have to improvise with something better than this:

Drywall picture hanger


Insert screw and it expands for a snug fit. Looks awful but holds snug, so far anyway. And, my temps are back down to what they should be.

If they don't sell spares, is there a 3rd party fix that's cleaner than the above?

Thanks.
 

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What is everyone's opinion on this case?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119233

I need it to fit an ATX mobo, which I know it will, a GTX 660, and a Cougar 1000w PSU which I already own.
 

A:Solved: Cooler Master Case

Its a very good and popular case, 82% of the 1,410 reviews/owners gave it full 5 eggs on Newegg too.
 

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I have an old cabinet, but I'm thinking of buying Cooler Master Gladiator 600 (it's the only budget option available in my hometown). What I've been thinking is will Corsair VX450W psu's cords be long enough to re-route the wires (The case has system for bottom mounted psu)?

A:Cooler Master Gladiator 600+PSU question

Think you will find that this is one of those that you're just going to have to try it and see. You could measure how long the 24 pin and 4 pin motherboard cables are, and then using the new cases dimensions measure from the sockets to roughly where the power supply will be mounted. If they aren't long enough you will need one of each of these (if you can find them locally),

Newegg.com - Athena Power 12" P4-12V (4Pin) connector Extension Cable. Model Cable-AD09 - Cables

Newegg.com - Athena Power 12" EPS (24Pin) connector Extension Cable Model Cable-AD08 - Cables

so that they will reach.

Edit: Just found this,

300W to 450W: 20 Power Supplies on the Test Bench - AnandTech :: Your Source for Hardware Analysis and News

which shows that the cables on your PSU are ~24" long, which should make them more than long enough. About the only thing I can see is you may want one of those 4 pin extensions, as due to the location of the block on the motherboard without one you may find you have to snake it under the video card as I don't think it will be long enough on its own to run it up the front (and out of the way).

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Looking for a new power supply for my grandson's computer. Am looking at this one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171018

Price is right. Anyone have an experience with Cooler Master power supplies? I have always used Antec but have had a few problems with them lately. Thanks.
 

A:Cooler Master Power Supplies???????

CoolerMaster is an OK PSU as long as you don't load it too heavily. That unit has about a 70% efficiency rating so if you're needing no more than 300-350 watts continuous it should be fine
 

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I've recently acquired a Cooler Master Seidon 120v and am currently trying to install it on my ASRock Fatal1ty z97 Gaming motherboard. I've connected the pump to the first chassis fan and the radiator to the first CPU fan slot. Upon booting to the BIOS my CPU temperature keeps rising, I've seen it go as far as 80 degrees, at which point I just turn the PC off. I set all fans to full speed. Thermal paste is applied well. Either the pump doesn't work or I just can't hear it. Any suggestions?
 

A:Cooler Master Seidon 120v not cooling

To add some information, my stock Intel fan worked well and reduced temperatures to about 60 degrees under load. Now it increases without any limit in the BIOS screen.
 

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Wondering if anyone has tried a non-Nocona, E-ATX dual Xeon board in the HAF 932. I'm talking one of the newer Dual-Xeon boards. I know I lose the single-CPU ATX back opening, but I'm more concerned about if it actually handles a dual-Xeon E-ATX board.

Thanks for any help.
 

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will any version of the ati 5870 fit in my coolermaster scout case without any modification to the case itself, e.g cutting up the hard drive bay. I have measured a space of 27.8cm but that might be inaccurate so i need to make sure. this asus edition is apparently 10.5 inches which would fit.
(can anyone confirm this?)

thanks
 

A:ATI 5870 fit in a Cooler Master Scout case?

Hi Alster,
I do not think it will. The scout (storm) has a divider that extends below the HDD cage all the way to the bottom of the case.

opps scratch that, I have 5970 on the brain
 

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