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Cooler Master TPC 812 - CPU Cooler with Vapor Chamber Technology and 6 Heat Pipes (RR-T812-24PK-R1)


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  • The TPC 812 uses 2 separate cooling technologies to transfer heat - heatpipes and vertical vapor chambers
  • Ready for overclocking, benchmarking and silent cooling
  • The first ever CPU heatsink to use vertical vapor chamber technology
  • 100% pure polished copper base - combined with improved soldering technologies for the best thermal transfer
  • Special fin design - heatsink receives concentrated cold airflow
  • Compatible CPU Sockets - Intel: LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/775 and AMD: FM1/FM2/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
  • Improved air pressure design and fan mounting system
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.1 x 6.4 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007WPHXIS
  • Item model number: RR-T812-24PK-R1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2012

Product Description

Product Description

The first ever CPU heatsink to utilize vertical vapor chamber cooling and combine it with heatpipe technology, TPC 812 is prepared to handle the massive heat generated by overclocking and benchmarking. Vertical vapor chamber working in tandem with heatpipes and a specialized heatsink and fin design allow the TPC 812 to outperform the competition.

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Cooler Master TPC 812 CPU Cooler

The first ever CPU heatsink to utilize vertical vapor chamber cooling and combine it with heat pipe technology, TPC 812 is prepared to handle the massive heat generated by overclocking and benchmarking. Vertical vapor chamber working in tandem with heat pipes and a specialized heatsink and fin design allow the TPC 812 to outperform the competition.

VERTICAL VAPOR CHAMBER
The first ever vertical vapor chamber created for tower heatsink. Traditional vapor chamber are used in graphics card to help dissipate the heat faster, with the new vertical vapor chamber it can help TPC 812 to dissipate heat faster than competition.
SPECIAL FIN DESIGN
The new fin design can help concentrate the cold airflow directly at the heat pipe to dissipate heat faster.
UNIVERSAL MOUNTING SOLUTION
Supports the latest sockets from Intel and AMD

Technical Specs:

Model RR-T812-24PK-R1
CPU Socket Intel Socket:
LGA 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 775 *

AMD Socket:
FM2 / FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2
CPU Support Intel:
Core™ i7 Extreme / Core™ i7 / Core™ i5 / Core™ i3 / Core™2 Extreme / Core™2 Quad / Core™2 Duo / Pentium / Celeron

AMD:
FX-Series / A-Series / Phenom™ II X4 / Phenom™ II X3 / Phenom™ II X2 / Phenom™ X4 / Phenom™ X3 / Athlon™ II X4 / Athlon™ II X3 / Athlon™ II X2 / Athlon™ X2 / Athlon™ / Sempron™
Dimension 138 x 103 x 163mm (5.4 x 4.1 x 6.4 in)
Heat Sink Dimensions 134 x 74 x 158 mm (5.3 x 2.9 x 6.2 in)
Heat Sink Material Copper Base / 2 Vapor Chambers
6 Heatpipes / Aluminum Fins
Heat Sink Weight 826g (1.83 lb)
Heat Pipes Dimensions ø6mm
Fan Dimension 120 x 120 x 25mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1 in)
Fan Speed 600 – 2,400 RPM (PWM) ± 10%
(1,600 RPM with Silent Mode Adapter)
Fan Airflow 19.17 - 86.15 CFM ± 10%
(59.54 CFM @ 1600RPM)
Fan Air Pressure 0.31 – 4.16 mm H2O ± 10%
(1.99mm H2O @ 1600RPM)
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000 hrs
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 19 - 40 dBA
Bearing Type Long Life Sleeve Bearing
Connector 4-Pin
Fan Rated Voltage 12 VDC
Fan Rated Current 0.2A
Power consumption 2.4W
Maximum TDP 300W
Fan Weight 152g (0.34 lb)
Notice * Supplied accessories may differ by country or area. Please check with your local distributor for further details.
Warranty 2 years
UPC Code 884102015229

Customer Reviews

Installation was fairly easy once you figure out the proper orientation of the X bracket mount.
Ruined
I have appreciated his comments which have been most helpful to me in making a decision with regard to CPU cooling options available.
Dave
I had enough room in my HAF 922 chassis, but it interfered with my first PCI Express x16 slot (slightly).
Paul Vanroosendaal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ruined VINE VOICE on July 24, 2012
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I received this TPC 812 to cool an Intel 3930k hex-core processor. It has done an admirable job and processor temps remain in the mid-60s at full load with linpack stress test in my HAF X **even when the CPU fan is spinning at its 600rpm minimum**!! This fan can spin up to 2400rpm, but when hooked up to a 4pin PWM fan header on the newer Intel motherboards you can let the heatsink do the heavy lifting while the motherboard will only spin up the fan to higher speeds when needed based on cpu temp. You can of course run it full speed all the time, but if the fan @ 600rpm and the killer heatsink do the job why not go with the silent cooling mode until the cpu needs the higher fan velocity? There is also the option to add a second fan for extreme cooling situations, but one is doing the job by far here so I did not bother.

The heatsink is very tall and will not fit in most mid tower cases, but it fit well in my HAF X full tower case. Polish is immaculate as it looks like a high end part all around. Once nice thing about it is that the heatsink itself does not block any vitals on Intel motherboards. Once you add the fan it blocks the ram slots on one side, but the fan is easily detachable even when the HSF is mounted (unlike many competing HSFs). Someone who works on their machine a lot may appreciate this ability to access their RAM without removing the whole HSF as needed with some other HSFs out there.

Installation was fairly easy once you figure out the proper orientation of the X bracket mount. It is slightly different for each type of socket (I mounted on LGA 2011), but once you figure it out the actual mounting part is a breeze.

So in the end we have an amazing heatsink coupled with a quality fan. Highly recommended for new Intel high performance systems!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dave on September 3, 2012
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Firstly, I agree with everything Ruined has said about this cooler, as well as the interesting comments which have been added to his review. I have appreciated his comments which have been most helpful to me in making a decision with regard to CPU cooling options available.

With an ASUS P9x79 motherboard, an Intel 3930 CPU, and a Gigabyte GTX 670, not overclocked, in a Corsair 550D case(large, medium tower with sound insulated sides and top), the Coolermaster's fan runs at from between 600-1000 RPM and is, at those speeds, for all intent and purposes, silent. This keeps the CPU at less than 37C, no matter what I am doing on the computer, even complex graphics manipulations in Photoshop, probably because the functions are not sustained as they might be in high-octane gaming. Please note that because of these slow speeds, particularly at boot time, your BIOS may throw up a "CPU fan error", probably because the monitoring is programmed to the stock Intel fans which run more quickly, and it interprets the slow speed as a failing fan. If that happens, just go into the BIOS monitoring tab and change the minimum to 400 or IGNORE, and you'll get no more error messages. As a non gamer, I have felt no need to overclock, so I can't comment on the unit's performance in that environment.

I was a little surprised at how tightly the plate of the heatsink couples to the CPU, so that the spring loaded screws of the detachable X shaped fixation portion of the device may have to be pushed down somewhat forcefully to engage the female receptacles which you have screwed onto the motherboard's threaded sockets, so use a medium sized Phillips screwdriver for that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul Vanroosendaal on October 4, 2012
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This is a wonderful CPU cooler--well engineered, easy to install and very effective at keeping my Core i7 3820 below 40 C. Like all the other reviews have warned, beware, it is huge. I had enough room in my HAF 922 chassis, but it interfered with my first PCI Express x16 slot (slightly). Granted, you may be able to get a card in there if it very thin--but probably not. My MOBO is a Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3.

It also can cover some of the RAM slots. I bought a set of Corsair Vengeance LP Performance Memory Modules that are 1.5 inches high. Those are too tall if you insert the memory in the slots on the left side of the MOBO. I ended up buying another set of Corsair RAM that are pretty much the same model but are 0.6 inches high, making it possible to insert the modules underneath the side of the cooler.

Overall, this cooler is excellent and I recommend it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JAmazon on September 18, 2012
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I got this to cool an i7 3770K (Socket 1155) in an Antec Solo II case and it has exceeded my expectations. I replaced the stock fan, which I found a bit noisy, with a Scythe S-Flex 800rpm fan and it is nearly silent. Even with such a slow spinning fan and the summer heat, mine idles at ~38C and tops out at ~58C (Tjunction Max is 105C).

Near silence and cool running is a total win.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Troke on December 16, 2012
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It definitely does what it is supposed to (keeping my cpu cool). I don't overclock but I do run the AMD FX 8350. As most know AMD tends to run at higher temps than Intel. That being said the cpu doesn't come close to reaching any concerning temps while gaming. I'm sure I can overclock no problem.

The only downside for me was the fact that it didn't clear the ram I had. If you have ram with tall heat sinks this might not work for you.
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