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The Hyper 212 EVO now features four Cooler Master patented Continuous Direct Contact (CDC) heat pipes that are tightly packed into a flat array on the CPU Cooler base. This acts as a virtual vapor chamber that dissipates a large amount of heat. The aluminum fin structure has been optimized to provide the perfect performance balance between high and low speed fan operations.
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo - 4 Heatpipe
Tower CPU Cooler
Well-balanced cooling performance provides fin optimizations with perfect balance between high and low speed operations.
Direct Heat Pipe Technology
4 Direct Contact heat pipes with the patented CDC (Continuous Direct Contact) technology--creating a perfect, sleek surface for heat conduction.
Versatile all-in-one mounting solution supporting the latest Intel LGA 1366 / 1155 / 1150 and AMD FM2 / FM1 / AM3+.
High Airflow Design
Wide-range PWM fan with unique wave-shaped blade design for excellent airflow.
On my 4690k stock 3.9 on gigabyte Z97x gaming 5
OC to 4.7 GHz keeps temperature during gaming mmh7 max 63 degrees. Usually lower. So I have what I wanted. Read more
This beast is the only air cooler you could ever want. It performs almost better than AIO water coolers. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Simon
A great CPU cooler which cools my i7 4790 on idle at 28 degrees which is fantastic. I haven't really put it under load but I would honestly recommend the CPU cooler for your PC... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Astounding cooling performance in comparison to stock coolers, and still outperforms dedicated fan coolers. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Moose
This item is just as good as my liquid cooler my system is running at 23 degrees and when I play fallout 4 on ultra settings my cpu runs at 41 degrees. Read morePublished 2 days ago by mark
- Near silent
- Easy to install
- Cut my fricking knuckles on the fricking heatsink blades every fricking time I put my fricking hand in the... Read more
My first attempt to install the Seidon failed miserably, as three of the four long bolts had no thread on them. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dan Craggs