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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys.

I wanted to get a Coolermaster hyper 212 evo for my new build but now the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Performer C is on sale for 33€ which is about the price of the hyper 212. I know that the Water 3.0 is only a cheap AIO even when it's not on sale. So is it just a bad product or is it a good cooler compared to the hyper 212. Does anyone have experience with this AIO?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Aytex said:

 

Which one are we talking about, 120mm? or the 240/280mm one

 

The one with one 120mm fan.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Aytex said:

No, I wouldn't waste money on it

So the hyper 212 is better then this one?


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500GB NVME SSD - 1TB HDD - 2TB Hdd

HTPC Build:

i5 4460 - 2x4GB DDR3 - 250GB SSD - very basic components for the rest of the build

Everything in this build was an extremely good deal except the SSD which was in my Ryzen PC before I upgraded to NVME.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Aytex said:

212 could Better or like very small difference , 120mm's are not worth the price for how similar they preform to cheap air towers

Ok thanks, 


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Ryzen 5 1600 - RX 570 4GB - 2x8GB DDR4 - ASUS Prime X370-Pro - Shadow Rock 2 - Define S - Seasonic Prime Gold 650W

500GB NVME SSD - 1TB HDD - 2TB Hdd

HTPC Build:

i5 4460 - 2x4GB DDR3 - 250GB SSD - very basic components for the rest of the build

Everything in this build was an extremely good deal except the SSD which was in my Ryzen PC before I upgraded to NVME.

 

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The Hyper212 could keep your cpu cooler at a higher overclock, yes. The advantage to the AIO is that any heat generated by your CPU is exhausted directly out of the case, and doesn't rely on an additional fan to push the heat out, whereas the Hyper212 will increase your case temps.

 

This is an Asetek cooler rebranded by Thermaltake, so it should be good quality.

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