When Sandy Bridge E launched we went from everyone running the fairly cool Sandy Bridge processors to people actually having to worry a little more about what they select. This was made even more important because Intel didn?t include a stock cooler this time around, opting to sell their own water cooling kit for those looking to cool their 3960X?s. Soon after Cooler Master approached me about putting their Hyper 612 PWM, a heatsink that runs half the price of the Intel water cooling, up against the Intel Water Cooling. You want me to put your cooler up against something twice its price? SURE! Let?s dig in and take a look at the Hyper 612 PWM and its performance."
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