Cooler Master now offers Hyper 212X CPU cooler

Hyper-212X

The Hyper 212 and Hyper 212 EVO have got their successor – Cooler Master has launched a new universal CPU cooler that is known as the Hyper 212X.

The Hyper 212X is now here to replace the Hyper 212 and Hyper 212 EVO released in 2007 and 2011 respectively. The Hyper 212X features four 6-millimeter heatpipes that directly touch the processor and an aluminum heatsink built with specially designed fins for lower noise and better heat dissipation. The entire device gets cooled by an enhanced fan that Cooler Master claims can work for up to 160 000 hours. The fan speed can be adjusted and ranges between 600 rpm and 2000 rpm for fan airflow that ranges between 24.9-82.9 CFM with noise ranging between 9-36 dBA. The Hyper 212X measures 120 x 79 x 158 mm, weighs 492 grams and supports all Intel LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/1150/775 and AMD FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2 processors.

The Cooler Master Hyper 212X is available now. Pricing is unknown.


Source: Cooler Master

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