The Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO is way overkill, IMO. You only need to cool a very efficient dual core that doesn't dissipate much heat. And since you don't require complete silence, that means the fan can be run at higher speeds than say, 300-500 rpm.
So why not consider the Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 Pro? The performance is only on par with the stock cooler, but it runs MUCH quieter. And it's so cheap, that even if you regret, you won't regret giving it a chance since it only costs 10-15 USD. The 92 mm fan (the GT-version and standard-version has a 80 mm fan) can run as low as 500 rpm as long you control the fan via PWM. I have a Alpine 64 Pro (the same cooler, just compatible with AMD sockets instead) to cool a 95 W triple core AMD Athlon II X3. This CPU has three cores, TDP at 95 W opposed to 65W for the G630, and a single core dissipate more heat than a single core from the Pentium G630 core since it's from AMD and 45 nm. So my CPU dissipates much more heat than the G630. When I play Diablo III for a long time, and running Folding@Home in the background, temps are 60-65 C and the fan runs at 6-800 rpm. And it's inaudible!
So give the Alpine 11 Pro a chance