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Need help with a heat sink

I have an AM2+ CPU and it is taking quite a beating under load with the stock cooler/sink. I know that the best option(considering my budget) would be to purchase Cooler Master Hyper 212 but then i came across Tuniq.

Can anyone point me out which is the better option out of these two? Thank you. :)
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  1. Both are very good coolers.
    Two important factors when choosing a cooler are the width of your case and height of ram kit.
  2. You're a wise man Davcon and i think that my cabinet can very well accommodate either of these heat sinks. All i am worried about is performance. :D
  3. op get the tunic it looks good is silient and what else :)
  4. vin20 said:
    You're a wise man Davcon and i think that my cabinet can very well accommodate either of these heat sinks. All i am worried about is performance. :D



    as far as performance goes both are really good. as davcon said RAM could possibly be a problem with chunky heatsinks but if you think you can fit it you would know better than me :P
    The tuniq cooler has a bit more features but the Hyper 212 is a very well proven choice also. I don't think you would be unsatisfied with either and you should pick the one based on what you like, because neither is better than the other in this case.
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    Both are good.
    The Tuniq is quieter then the 212+ = both are quieter then stock.
    AMD mobos have tight spacing between cpu socket and dimms.
    212+ = 120 x 79.7 x 158.5 mm (L x W x H)
    TTex = 131(L) × 112.31(W) × 150.7(H)
    Choose wisely since the TT is much wider and will intrude on at least one dimm.
  6. Thanks for the replies, i'm going with tuniq as it seems like a better option and my Cabinet can gladly accommodate it. :)
  7. Best answer selected by vin20.
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