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Is the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO enough?

Hey all, im wondering is this Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO has enough cooling potential for me to overclock the i5-4690k to 4.0ghz-4.2ghz stably?:ange:

My list of parts im going to buy below
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/vkbcGX

Thanks in advance
~ElJay:D
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  1. easily, my 3570 is at 4.3 on a worse air cooler, so i would say 4.4 to 4.5
  2. Best answer
    Yes as a budget cooler it is good for mild overclocks.
  3. 13thmonkey said:
    easily, my 3570 is at 4.3 on a worse air cooler, so i would say 4.4 to 4.5


    Oh nice ok thanks for my quick answer :D
  4. rolli59 said:
    Yes as a budget cooler it is good for mild overclocks.


    Thanks for the reply
  5. rolli59 said:
    Yes as a budget cooler it is good for mild overclocks.


    it's nice that we are in a position that going from 3.4 to 4.4 is considered a mild OC :) back in the day an extra GHz would need a lot of fiddling to make work.
  6. It's the best CPU cooler out there for the price range, and will allow you to get a pretty good overclock. Nothing crazy, but still good. It's also very quiet, just make sure it fits in your case as it's very big and Partpicker won't always be right.
  7. moozilbee said:
    It's the best CPU cooler out there for the price range, and will allow you to get a pretty good overclock. Nothing crazy, but still good. It's also very quiet, just make sure it fits in your case as it's very big and Partpicker won't always be right.


    I think it should fit in a corsair vengeance c70 case right?
  8. Check the measurements, I'm not entirely sure. You want it to have room to fit in, but also the motherboard will take up about 3cm-4cm or so of the case width, and you want at least a 1cm gap between the cooler and the end of the case.
  9. The Corsair specs show a max CPU cooler height of 170mm, so you should not have any problems: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/vengeance-c70-mid-tower-gaming-case-arctic-white

    Yogi
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