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May 23, 2012 11:42:13 AM

Hey guys,

I just custom made my own comp, just have some problems with windows starting up with the blue screen problems. But my other issue is with the hyper 212 evo, it seems to be fairly loud but after reading quite a number of articles, everyone seems to be saying that it is a quiet fan. Can anyone confirm this?

Is this fan quiet? I've set the settings of it to Automatic too.

Parts
Coolermaster Universal Hyper 212 EVO
8G Kit 1600 Patriot Gamer2
ASRock Extreme4 Z77
i5-3570K
Corsair TX-650
Corsair Carbide CC500R Black

Thank you for your time!

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May 23, 2012 3:21:01 PM

Framps said:
Hey guys,

I just custom made my own comp, just have some problems with windows starting up with the blue screen problems. But my other issue is with the hyper 212 evo, it seems to be fairly loud but after reading quite a number of articles, everyone seems to be saying that it is a quiet fan. Can anyone confirm this?

Is this fan quiet? I've set the settings of it to Automatic too.

Parts
Coolermaster Universal Hyper 212 EVO
8G Kit 1600 Patriot Gamer2
ASRock Extreme4 Z77
i5-3570K
Corsair TX-650
Corsair Carbide CC500R Black

Thank you for your time!


Mine is pretty loud, but only on the maximum speed. I am using the same motherboard as you. If I remember correctly, the automatic setting defaults the CPU fan to 100% speed all the time. Try changing it to manual and stepping it down to level 1 or 2, or whatever you prefer. I found that this didn't change my temps at all.
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a b K Overclocking
May 23, 2012 3:23:59 PM

A second 120mm fan for push/pull will allow you to run the fans at a lower RPM, producing less noise.

My 212+ has a pair of Cougars on it, and I can barely hear it even on max.
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May 23, 2012 3:24:12 PM

sounds good, but it did change the fan noise yeah? cause atm, it sounds like there is an air-condition in there
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May 23, 2012 3:25:37 PM

apart from that, do you guys know why i keep getting blue screens when i try installing windows? could it be my hdd or would it be other factors?
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a b K Overclocking
May 23, 2012 3:29:01 PM

There are countless reasons you could get a blue screen. Need more info to narrow it down.
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May 23, 2012 3:35:26 PM

Quite of a number of different error pops up so I didn't really take down much. But they usually pop up after getting into ' expanding windows ' part of the setup.

sorry for being so broad, i was just trying my luck to see any pointers! cheers !
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May 23, 2012 3:39:35 PM

Framps said:
sounds good, but it did change the fan noise yeah? cause atm, it sounds like there is an air-condition in there


100%, or Level 10 in the Asrock BIOS, sounds like an air conditioner. Just change it to something lower and you will be pleasantly surprised, from what I have seen you don't need it at 100% to cool your cpu.

I can barely hear it when it is on level 1.
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May 23, 2012 3:42:56 PM

Best answer selected by Framps.
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May 12, 2014 8:58:55 AM

100% is really loud lol I have one of my own, I put mine to auto and the case fans to the lowest setting and I can barely hear it when gaming
Temps stay at 70C max on 4.2Ghz OC on my 4670K so I'm not complaining
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