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Cooler Master Hyper 612 Ver2 Review

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With the brackets in place we then install one further bolt. This then allows us to hook one side of the cooler mount to the bracket and screw on the other to clamp it in place. Our final step is to attach the fan connector to the motherboard and clip the fan in place using either of the mounting mechanisms.

Cooler Master Hyper 612 Ver2 Review – Performance and Conclusion


Shown above is the Cooler Master Hyper 612 Ver2, installed on our motherboard, and clearly it is a large heatsink which extends over the memory slots on one side of an X99 (or X79 board). You may wish to keep this in mind when deciding on some memory, we used Corsair Vengeance LPX modules as shown above, giving us 4x4GB without issue. In terms of the rest of the install, really it was quite simple. We were able to complete it without instructions but for those who need them, they are well written. The large plastic clamps are a bit more stylish than the metal versions and less fiddly, so we would recommend them but than that minor issue the install is very easy and quick.

Build quality is also decent with the soldering and construction decent. We get nice solid fins, rather than flimsy easily damaged items as found on some competitor products and we noted no defects on the heatpipe contact surfaces.

Performance was also good with the cooler outperforming other single fan models whether they be similar size or a touch smaller. We were also able to mount a second fan on the heatsink easily enough and that improved performance a touch. For interest we have also included one of Cooler Masters liquid coolers below, so that you can compare the performance benefits from that. It is worth noting that while the liqid cooler does perform noticably better when the CPU is overclocked, the 612 Ver2 is significantly quieter. In fact it can be used fanless on many budget to midrange CPUs and ran very quiet with Intels highest performance CPU. Admission Essay Editing Services Work Stock i7-5960X:
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Quick and simple installation mixed with competitive performance and low noise operation wins the Cooler Master Hyper 612 Ver2 our recommended award.
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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.


  1. VSG

    Could you please share a screenshot confirming the 5960x at 5 GHz using these coolers? I would love to see what kind of volts it took and how these managed it so well.

    • As this review was published quite some time ago the screenshots and notes are long gone. What I can tell you is that this cpu is very much luck of the draw as far as OC goes… of the two we have had the one used here was far, far better at OC. The current sample gets nowhere near as high sadly. (With that we do most of our OC cooler testing at up to 4.5GHz. It can be pushed to 4.6-4.7 with loads of volts but its really not worth it).

      • VSG

        I haven’t seen a singly CPU doing more than 4.6 GHz on an air/CLC cooler even with suicidal volts, and that was why I was wondering. If you still have that CPU, it would be worth 2-3x the MSRP easily.