How tall is the 212 EVO?
Cooler Master RR-212E-20PK-R2 Specs
|Supported AMD Sockets||AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+|
|Number of Fans||1|
|CPU Cooler Overall Height||6.2″ / 157.48 mm|
|CPU Cooler Length x Width||4.7 x 3.1″ / 119.4 x 78.7 mm|
Is Hyper 212 Evo still good 2020?
Bottom Line. The Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU cooler is an excellent and mainstream CPU cooler that does its job very well. It supports all modern sockets and at an affordable price as well. The Hyper 212 Evo succeeded the Plus in 2011, and Cooler Master has updated this model continuously ever since.
Is the Hyper 212 EVO quiet?
In the end, we found the Hyper 212 quiet compared to many other coolers, but it is certainly not silent. However, most users will be fine with the low noise levels of the Hyper 212 fan as mounted on the heatsink.
Is Hyper 212 enough for 5800x?
Hyper 212 is also good enough performance for cheap, but is not very quiet. AIO Liquid does not actually provide significantly better performance than a good Air cooler. Check out reviews and youtube comparisons. It’s basically down to just better aesthetics and room to work inside your case.
What fan comes with Hyper 212 EVO?
Correction, the fan for the Hyper 212 Evo is called the XtraFlo 120mm, the Blade Master is for the Hyper 212 Plus and there is a difference in performance there.
Is Hyper 212 led good?
The Hyper 212 LED is basically a Hyper 212 Evo, our pick as the best budget cooler, but with red LEDs on the cooling fan. This is an excellent air cooler that is relatively easy to install, does a good job keeping temperatures in check, and is quiet to boot.
Is the Hyper 212 be good?
Our Verdict. Priced around $40 at release, the Hyper 212 Evo v2 is a fantastic frugal option with a surprising amount of cooling potential, and makes a great choice for first time system builders or budget PCs.
Is Hyper 212 enough?
Regardless of the model, the Hyper 212 Evo does a great job at keeping most CPUs chilled out. Keep it under 50 percent and it’s much better, which is why I recommend avoiding extreme CPUs that would push the cooler to higher RPMs.
What kind of performance does the Raijintek THEMIS have?
The Raijintek Themis continues to show some impressive performance for its price in AIDA64’s system-stability test. The lead it had early nearly slipped away at stock, but it managed to maintain the lead over the Hyper 212 EVO by 3°C when overclocked.
Which is best Cooler Master hyper or Raijintek Themis?
At idle, the Raijintek Themis does well enough. It does not impress at stock, but I was surprised to find the Themis near the top, just 1°C behind the Phanteks PH-TC12DX, once the system was overclocked. It manages to beat the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO and NZXT Respire T40 by 2°C and 4°C respectively.
Which is better the hyper 212 or the Themis?
Temps skyrocket in AIDA64’s FPU system stability test; however, the Raijintek Themis again delivered on performance by beating the Hyper 212 EVO by 3°C at stock and overclock. The NZXT Respire T40 is so far behind as to be of no concern.
Is the hyper 212 Evo an air cooler?
Very similar to the Raijintek Themis, the Hyper 212 Evo has the same single stack of plain aluminium fins, unadorned heatpipes and single black 120mm fan. However, here the heatpipe count has been upped to four.