So it is official, you guys can never ever state again we do not review enough CPU coolers, and on that bombshell hello all and welcome, to yet another CPU cooler review ;)
Cooler Master has been updating their product lineup extensively lately; everything from their elite cases like the HAF series towards all sorts of coolers. As such their cooler line-up received a nice overhaul as well. Recently they release their budget conscious Hyper TX3 cooler. Targeted at the budget market with decent and silent cooling for a nice price. Check out our review on that, as I'm still a little shocked how good the cooler is for merely 15 EUR.
Today another new cooler sees the light, Well new ... it's actually the Hyper 212 cooler we reviewed a long time ago that is being updated, overhauled one could say.
The updated Hyper 212 is now called the Hyper 212 Plus and it will be Cooler Masters first of many LGA1156 and LGA1156/1366 compatible coolers to come. Again we spot DHT as in Direct contact heat-pipes, dual fan cooling options and new PWM fans are now included into this cooler design.
All in all this cooler will be positioned at the mid-range segment, offering very decent and inaudible cooling at a fair price. Next to that being the new plus model, it also comes with support for the latest processor series including Core i7, the upcoming Core i5 and of course Phenom II socket AM2/AM3 processors. All in all definitely an interesting product to check out, we think.
So without further ado, have a peek at the photo and head on over the next page where we'll startup this review.
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