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What to choose for cooling?

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  • Cooler Master
  • CPUs
  • AMD
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  • Cooling
  • Heatsinks
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January 7, 2014 7:38:07 AM

Guys i got AMD FX-8320 CPU with the standard heatsink. What i want is to upgrade it on CM Seidon 120M or Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo or Cooler Master Hyper T4 or DeepCool ICE WIND PRO CPU. Any of them will keep me on 4.0-4.5 GHz and on 30-40C?

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January 7, 2014 7:42:41 AM

i'd expect somewhere around 50C oc-ed and full load with either of them if you apply the cooler and the paste properly.

edit: you need also good airflow in the case. personal favorite is the cm T4 from these. of course the water block would be also great but it's probly more expensive.
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January 7, 2014 8:18:08 AM

laviniuc said:
i'd expect somewhere around 50C oc-ed and full load with either of them if you apply the cooler and the paste properly.

edit: you need also good airflow in the case. personal favorite is the cm T4 from these. of course the water block would be also great but it's probly more expensive.

Well the water one is 66 Eur and the T4 is 33Eur and i got an old pentium 4 case witch doesnt have much airflow i did the cables good but still its like a isolated nuklear box :D 
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January 7, 2014 12:00:10 PM

the biggest advantage of the water cooler isn't that it cools more watts/second in fact some don't disperse more heat/second compared to big towers, it's that it can take the heat outside the case. the cooling chamber being outside it's not influenced by air flow.

in eastern europe the zalman full copper coolers are also priced very low CNPS9700 for example can be had for about 30usd where i leave. i don't get really why they are much more expensive elsewhere but i've set a couple on amd boxes and they work very very well.
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January 7, 2014 5:06:21 PM

laviniuc said:
the biggest advantage of the water cooler isn't that it cools more watts/second in fact some don't disperse more heat/second compared to big towers, it's that it can take the heat outside the case. the cooling chamber being outside it's not influenced by air flow.

in eastern europe the zalman full copper coolers are also priced very low CNPS9700 for example can be had for about 30usd where i leave. i don't get really why they are much more expensive elsewhere but i've set a couple on amd boxes and they work very very well.

Well they dont sell CNPS9700 back at my country. Im offered of the coolers i told u and some Thermaltake on this link http:// so check some that are good and tell me :D . Thanks for helping! :) 
Update: Im planing on buying the CM Elite 430 case so any cooler that fits there would be awesome.
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