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Innovative base design.
Excellent build quality.
Sturdy mounting solution.
Mounting compatibility with all Intel sockets 775 up to 1366 including 1155.
Mounting compatibility with AMD sockets AM2 up to AM3 and FM1.
120mm fan pre-installed.
Suitable OEM Replacement.
Installation slightly fussy.
No lighting feature.
Only single fan included.
Second fan not included.
No PWM splitter for a second fan.
By Maximum PC on August 30, 2012
What, this old thing? Cooler Master’s Hyper 212 Evo is the new‑and‑improved version of our standby CPU cooler. It’s just $35 and offers performance far exceeding other coolers in its price range, so it’s the first thing we...
By FrostyTech on April 25, 2012
Coolermaster's Hyper 212 Evo heatsink stands 160mm tall, weighs in at moderate 569 grams and packs in four exposed 6mm diameter copper heatpipes on its base. Otherwise the Hyper 212 Evo is a pretty standard 'tower' heatsink. A 600-2000RPM,...
By Vortez on February 14, 2012
Cooler Master have to be created for not only surpassing their own highly successful Hyper 212+ in performance but also in acoustics. On initial impressions, there didnt appear to be much difference between the EVO and its predecessor and the...
By TweakNews on January 27, 2012
Cooler Master's newest addition to the Hyper line is a real winner. The innovative Continuous Direct Contact base design and four heatpipes seem to provide the one-two punch that beats down high CPU temperatures. Installation was relatively...
By Maximum PC on January 25, 2012
Frequent Maximum PC readers will have noticed our love affair with Cooler Master’s Hyper 212 Plus CPU cooler. The 212 Plus came out of nowhere and captured our hearts—and a spot on our Best of the Best list—with its excellent cooling...
By APH Networks on January 19, 2012
A group of female friends are on vacation when they see a five story hotel with a sign that reads, "For Women Only". The bouncer explains to them how it works. "We have five floors. Go up floor by floor, and once you find the type of man you are...
By X-bit Labs on January 18, 2012
The new Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO doesn’t set any performance records, but it is not actually supposed to. Considering its price, it is only meant for moderately overclocked CPUs. And the Hyper 212 EVO meets this purpose well enough, coping with...
By Overclock3D on December 06, 2011
So what do we make of the Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO? Well I think the first thing to bear in mind here is the price. £23.98 is not a lot of money for a cooler of this type. But have Coolermaster cut corners somewhere to bring it to market at...
By Overclockers Club on December 05, 2011
Cooler Master is already well-known throughout the computer enthusiast community, and doesn't have to do anything to keep its reputation where it is now. However, with the extreme craze over the 2+ year-old Hyper 212 but it appears the stark...
By Neoseeker on October 27, 2011
When designing the Hyper 212 EVO, Cooler Master stuck with basics instead of starting from scratch. This allowed the manufacturer to draw from and maintain most of what made the original Hyper 212 heatsink a success. However, it also built upon the...
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