Product Comparison: Cooler Master Hyper 612 vs Cooler Master Hyper D92

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General Specifications
Cooler Master
Cooler Master
Hyper 612
Hyper D92
About the Product
Engineered for performance, sized for more surface area for heat dissipation, and equipped with PWM fans for noise control, the Hyper 612 PWM is a silent storm that will keep processors running cool.
The Cooler Master Hyper D92 provides excellent cooling performance in a tight, sleek package. Featuring dual 92mm fans in push-pull configuration, Hyper D92 is able to accelerate heat dissipation by maximizing airflow with offset fans.
Key Specs
Cooling Type
Air Cooling
Air Cooling
Max. Airflow
82.9 CFM
54.8 CFM
Number of Pipes
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Cooler Master Hyper 612 CPU Cooler
  • The cooling performance is great. Great Air CPU cooler.
  • This unit is a very good cooling solution.
  • Works pretty well at cooling my AMD-8350. The stock cooler really was bad.
  • Awesome cooling capacity. Amazing CPU cooler.
  • The cooler master hyper 612 provides superior air cooling for most processors.
Cooler Master Hyper D92 CPU Air Cooler
  • Does the work very well and above all, maintenance-friendly because of the gentle fan clips that make things a lot easier.
  • Provides good cooling for overclocked quad-core CPUs (running Prime95 v28.5 small FFT torture test with i5-3570K at 4.0GHz, core temps are at 64-72C at 27C ambient temp)
  • Great price works really well with Intel & is extremely quiet, I have a i7 six-core and it was pretty easy to install. Great quality, if I ever build another computer I'd buy again.
  • But I got this for a backup or if I get a faster processor. I am keeping an eye on the temp on the Intel fan that came supplied just in case.
  • The Hyper D92 is a monster cooler with dual fans, yet is quiet whilst it efficiently pulls away the heat from my Ryzen 7 1800x.
Size & Weight
6.3 in.
5.8 in.
5.5 in.
5.1 in.
4 in.
3.8 in.
1.6 lbs.
1.4 lbs.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Cooler Master Hyper 612 CPU Cooler
  • Relatively easy installation. Good size.
  • It does not cover anything superfluous with its size.
  • It is huge. Really huge. I had hard time installing it.
  • It's huge. Doesn't fit in a 7 inch wide case.
  • This cooler needs only a large case. This is really a huge size.
Cooler Master Hyper D92 CPU Air Cooler
  • The coolermaster is a big fan. The height will fit with asus mobo. My temps are cooler now by a large margin.
  • This thing is actually really great, and really big. Never really realized how big it was until I put it in my case.
  • Bought for a thermaltake case that didnt have enought space for bigger heatsinks. I'm pretty surprised of how much it cools for the size.
  • Hyper D92 Lowered my temperatures substantially, and compact too!
  • Mounting bracket for amd has badly uneven screw mounts, mounting screws are 1/4 cm too short.
Socket Compatibility
Intel:, 2011-3, 2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 1151, 1150, 775, AMD:, AM3 +, AM3, AM2 +, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1
Intel:, 2066, 2011-3, 2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 1151, 1150, 775, AMD:, AM4, AM3 +, AM3, AM2 +, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1
2000 RPM
2800 RPM
Cooled CPU (Max. TDP)
180 W
95 W
Noise Level
36 dBA
33 dBA
Number of Coolers
Bearing Type
Long-Life Sleeve Bearing
Rifle Bearing
Heat-Exchanger Material
Power Connector Type
Quick-snap fan bracket design, PWM, Continuous Direct Contact
DC (Direct Contact) heatpipe tech to provide better dissipation effect than general metal base, Exclusive Fan Crossover Setup design, Dual 9cm fan to generate more airflow, Universal mounting bracket, Best performance mid-tower cooler
What customers say about "Features"
Cooler Master Hyper 612 CPU Cooler
  • The cooler was easy to install on the socket 2011 motherboard, and performs well with overclocking.
  • Well I installed it today which was very easy.
  • It's big, which means the fan runs lower RPMs, therefore relatively quiet.
  • Copper heat pipes make direct contact with CPU for efficient heat transfer.
  • Very silent setup. This monster of a brick in cooling is worth every penny, no bearing noise, easy to install, and is super efficient.
Cooler Master Hyper D92 CPU Air Cooler
  • Cooler Master Hyper D92: A good mid range cooler for mid range overclocks. It can handle high overclocks but you'll be cranking those fan speeds up, which means it's very loud obviously.
  • First run and a bit of cooling tweaks, and the thing was running like a champ. The dual fans really change the game of computer cooling.
  • Good craftsmanship. It is pretty cool looking. Easy installation. This CPU cooler dropped my stock temperature from 100C down to 38C My Intel stock cooler probably had the cooler paste dry up.
  • Unlike the 212 EVO, the D92 does not have Direct Continuous Contact heatpipes. Instead, the heatpipes are separated by aluminum where they contact the CPU.
  • The only weakness I could say would be the fan noise under extreme load.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
2 year(s)
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