Sorry if some of this has already been posted, but I haven't read the last two pages.
I recently built a Habey 600 with Asus H61 and i3-2100t with stock cooler. Cooling was terrible, and the fan noise from the cooler was way too loud. I made sure the cooler was seated properly which it was. So I decided to get the Silverstone NT7-1156 cooler and a 50mm case fan. That dropped my temps considerably, at least 10 degrees, and now the computer is nice and quiet again. I think most of it has to do with the new CPU cooler, since I can barely feel any air flow coming from the case fan. I also used some better grease than what comes with the stock Intel cooler, so that probably helped as well.
I also wanted to mention that the Silverstone cooler is a very tight fit. The top of the cooler hits the hard drive mounting plate, and I am not able to mount the hard drive anywhere on the plate without it hitting the cooler. I put the HD in the front of the case sandwiched between some cables and the HD mounting plate. There is just enough pressure there to make it stay put, but not so much as to damage anything. I would use velcro, but I think that would add just enough thickness to not make it fit there anymore. I am going to leave it alone as long as it continues to stay put. Anyhow, I just wanted to give others a heads up for anyone considering the same case and cooler.