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CoolerMaster 92mm Hyper H412R Compact Intel/AMD CPU Cooler

Cooler Master Hyper H412R Compact Single Tower CPU Cooler, 4 Heatpipes, 92mm PWM Fan, Al/Cu, Intel/AMD, 2066/1151/AM4

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Scan code: LN84477 Manufacturer code: RR-H412-20PK-R2
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92mm Hyper H412R Compact Intel/AMD CPU Cooler from CoolerMaster

Hyper H412R

compact and Compelling The Hyper H412R is an affordable, compact and high performance air cooler that is a great fit for small form factor system. With 4 heat pipes and Direct Contact technology, this outperforms its predecessor Hyper TX3 series. The special fin design optimizes air flow toward heat pipes. Its 92mm PWM fan features a wide fan speed range and can be fine-tuned for maximum airflow and cooling performance or silent operation.

Performance in a Compact Size

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height of 136.5mmWith height of 136.5mm, the Hyper H412R is a compact tower cooler, designed to fit in tight builds. With its outstanding performance in its class, it is a great solution for Micro ATX and Mini ITX boards.

Dissipating Heat Quickly

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4 Direct Contact heatpipesJust like the Hyper 212, it includes 4 Direct Contact heatpipes constructed out of copper to accelerates the heat conduction through the entire heatpipe. This allows heat to be dissipated quickly and efficiently through the funnel shaped aluminium fins.

Perfecting the Heatsink Design

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expert craftsmanshipCooler Master's years of aluminium fin craftsmanship is second to none. Optimised fin stacked distance between each layer is based on stringent airflow tests from our labs. As a result, even with a compact-size each heatsink with the 92mm fan is able to maintain performance in a compact build.

Get Set Up with Ease

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hassle-free installationThe tool-free mounting system ensures hassle-free installation. Universal retention brackets are compatible with latest Intel and AMD socket CPU.

Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Cooler Master Hyper H412R Compact Single Tower CPU Cooler, 4 Heatpipes, 92mm PWM Fan, Al/Cu, Intel/AMD, 2066/1151/AM4 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent cooler (but instructions were confusing) Bought this for my old PC. Recently upgraded from my old 4th gen i5, to a 4th gen i7 4790. So i thought why not give it some decent cooling while i was upgrading the CPU? (Got to be better than the stock cooler right?) It is SO good! I can't speak for overclockers, but at stock speeds. This guy keeps the cpu between 60-66 degrees under load. On top of that, it runs near silent while doing it. Beats stock cooler hands down! Gives you so much performance for so little. Guys, you can't go wrong with this. My ONLY gripe is the instructions for installing the cooler. MY GOD they need to improve it! I'm all for using diagrams rather than descriptions to help the user understand the install process. But when the diagrams are useless in helping you understand which piece(s) are needed, or where they fit - you may as well not look at it. Installation is where i feel users will struggle. Luckily for me, i did work it out in the end, but certainly took longer that it should due to the poor quality instructions. Word of warning, if you are upgrading to this cooler (for intel 4th gen), be prepared to take out the whole motherboard if your PC case does not allow installation access to the back of motherboard cpu backplate. If you are like me upgrading in a old case, you won't have access and have to take the whole board out.
Date published: 2020-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Very solid. Easy to asembly. Good temeratures on gaming processor. .. Really recomended
Date published: 2018-06-30
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Is this cooler compatible with an Asus P5Q Deluxe motherboard?

I have an old Asus P5Q Deluxe (socket 775) motherboard. The copper heat pipes on this board have made finding a suitable cooler difficult as they limit clearance for the cooler. Do you know if this might be compatible? Thanks.
Asked by: DonFranco
I can confirm the cooler works with this MB. Installation requires the fitting of a new backplate, so a complete removal of the MB, which is a little time consuming but a good opportunity to clean. Cooling performance is excellent, and the cooler is almost silent. Excellent value for money.
Answered by: DonFranco
Date published: 2020-08-21
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CoolerMaster 92mm Hyper H412R Compact Intel/AMD CPU Cooler
CoolerMaster 92mm Hyper H412R Compact Intel/AMD CPU Cooler