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  1. Disappointed in this Cooler Master product. I have decided to keep it, but will think twice on my next purchase if this is a sign of things to come with the Cooler Master HAF product line. Very cheaply made. Screw holes in the sheet metal do not line up very well. Lots of conveniently placed thumb screws, but the misaligned holes and poor threading makes them very difficulty to use. Use of space per cubic foot area is poorly done. Cases with this volume normally sport 6-8+ bays, this one has 4 x 3.5inch HD bays and two CDROM bays. With todays push towards 2.5 inch form factor you would think they would have employed this into there design to utilize the space more efficiently. Power supply buts up extremely close to the two internal 3.5 HD bays. This will make changing out these hard drives a nightmare if they fail. You will have to take the two sides and top off, disconnect all power supply leads , then remove the motherboard tray and finally remove the PSU to access the HD SATA and power connectors. This is a shame as the drives slide into the bays quite easily with the provided clip in rails. Also, with every insertion and removal of screws and trays, the black paint comes off.
  2. kevin

    CPU temp 58C idling

    Hi. I just installed the cooler master Hyper 212 evo on my machine. I installed it exactly as the instruction said. used pea size ammount of thermal compund. heatsink is on nicely. not moving or anything. Lots of case fans to keep things cool. room temp 70F(22C) however my motherboard is showing my CPU(i7-7700K, stock, no OC) is idling at 58C. Ive turned the speed to full on all fans. any suggestions please? Thanks case: NZXT s430 cpu: i7-7700k mobo : asrock B250m pro v4 ram: 16gb ddr4 gskill video: gtx 1060 windows 10 64.
  3. Richard Robinson

    Hyper 212 EVO Stock Thermal Compound

    Hey there everyone, Quick question - is the thermal paste that's included with the Hyper 212 EVO electrically conductive? Thanks, Richard
  4. Ben Silverman

    Buying fan mounts for the 212 Evo.

    At some point between buying the Hyper 212 Evo and now I have lost a pair of the plastic fan clips for my cooler. This is because I was only originally using 1 CPU fan. I recently received a another one for Christmas and have only just realised that I'm missing a pair of the clips. Is there anywhere I can buy a new set? Thanks!