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Hyper 212 evo + i7 9700k

Z10DAS
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Hi all,

 

Was just wondering if the hyper 212 evo will be good enough for the i7 9700k, I won't be doing any overclocking. So was just wondering if it will be good enough for stock speeds.

 

I mainly game and do some light photoshop.

 

Thanks

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If you're not overclocking it will be fine, but honestly I'd still get a better one just in case you do in the future.

I can almost guarantee you'll want to

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13 minutes ago, Slottr said:

If you're not overclocking it will be fine, but honestly I'd still get a better one just in case you do in the future.

I can almost guarantee you'll want to

I have the 212 already from my old built, I might look into overclocking in the future. Plan to upgrade the cooler when i do

 

Thanks for your reply

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50 minutes ago, Slottr said:

If you're not overclocking it will be fine, but honestly I'd still get a better one just in case you do in the future.

I can almost guarantee you'll want to

How's the Noctua nh-d15s? Would that be fine for some light overclocking?

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Just now, Z10DAS said:

How's the Noctua nh-d15s? Would that be fine for some light overclocking?

D15 is a fantastic cooler

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Just now, Slottr said:

D15 is a fantastic cooler

Would it be compatible with the RAM and case I have? 

Case: NZXT H440

RAM: Gskill Ripjaw V Series 8x2

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Just now, Z10DAS said:

Would it be compatible with the RAM and case I have? 

Case: NZXT H440

RAM: Gskill Ripjaw V Series 8x2

Yeah, only the fan hangs over ram slots (on ATX and MATX motherboards), and can also be adjusted in height.

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D15 is overkill. U14S is more suitable. Or any other 140mm tower, or even premium 120mm. There are also better budget coolers than 212.

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