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February 25, 2014 10:14:43 AM

I am planning to customize the p.c wit i7 4960x xtreme and a GTX Titan 6gb Graphic Card.
I was planning to buy a thermal cooler, but dont know which is the best..price is no issue.
i was planning to buy CorsAIR Hydro Series™ H105 but my P.C doctor said to buy Intel® Thermal Solution RTS2011LC..but than one of my friend suggested evo 212 or 612....
may i know which is the best available in the market right now..?

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February 25, 2014 10:34:19 AM

Hheyy

i7 4960x that's a damn 6 core cpu! A 212 evo and overclocking such a beast? You might have some problems with it.
Noways a water cooler would be a great choise! You don't have to build them, you install the block in the case and connect that CPU block to the cpu

2. h100 / 105 have basicly no HUGE difference in performance, what will make the difference in cooling will be the fans mounted on the *big black box of the water cooler itself ( sorry for my english ).

Also I would definitelly go for a watercooler if you want to overclock a 6 core beast as 4960x :) 
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February 25, 2014 10:42:28 AM

RulesSpew said:
Hheyy

i7 4960x that's a damn 6 core cpu! A 212 evo and overclocking such a beast? You might have some problems with it.
Noways a water cooler would be a great choise! You don't have to build them, you install the block in the case and connect that CPU block to the cpu

2. h100 / 105 have basicly no HUGE difference in performance, what will make the difference in cooling will be the fans mounted on the *big black box of the water cooler itself ( sorry for my english ).

Also I would definitelly go for a watercooler if you want to overclock a 6 core beast as 4960x :) 



I am planning to buy a thermal cooler only but am a bit confused of my choices.i want to go for the best available in the market right now.
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February 25, 2014 10:45:31 AM

verma1891 said:
1. evo is an air cooler.
2. H 100 and 105 are water coolers.

3. If you dont worry about budget, then go with water coolers. Here's a great one-http://pcpartpicker.com/part/nzxt-cpu-cooler-krakenx60
For air cooling, evo 212 is good.


would it be poosible to fit it (Kraken x60) into my COOLERMASTER HAF-XM CHASSIS..?
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February 25, 2014 10:49:45 AM

vila said:
RulesSpew said:
Hheyy

i7 4960x that's a damn 6 core cpu! A 212 evo and overclocking such a beast? You might have some problems with it.
Noways a water cooler would be a great choise! You don't have to build them, you install the block in the case and connect that CPU block to the cpu

2. h100 / 105 have basicly no HUGE difference in performance, what will make the difference in cooling will be the fans mounted on the *big black box of the water cooler itself ( sorry for my english ).

Also I would definitelly go for a watercooler if you want to overclock a 6 core beast as 4960x :) 



I am planning to buy a thermal cooler only but am a bit confused of my choices.i want to go for the best available in the market right now.


How much do you want to overclock?

I would recommend this one on a 6 core CPU!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Be-Quiet-Dark-Rock-Cooler/dp/B0...

*If you had a 4 core, the 212 evo would be the best choise!
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February 25, 2014 11:03:59 AM

vila said:
verma1891 said:
1. evo is an air cooler.
2. H 100 and 105 are water coolers.

3. If you dont worry about budget, then go with water coolers. Here's a great one-http://pcpartpicker.com/part/nzxt-cpu-cooler-krakenx60
For air cooling, evo 212 is good.


would it be poosible to fit it (Kraken x60) into my COOLERMASTER HAF-XM CHASSIS..?


It will. I has support for 140 mm fans on top. And if you have even a bit of doubt, h100 will 100% fit.
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February 26, 2014 6:26:25 AM

RulesSpew said:
vila said:
RulesSpew said:
Hheyy

i7 4960x that's a damn 6 core cpu! A 212 evo and overclocking such a beast? You might have some problems with it.
Noways a water cooler would be a great choise! You don't have to build them, you install the block in the case and connect that CPU block to the cpu

2. h100 / 105 have basicly no HUGE difference in performance, what will make the difference in cooling will be the fans mounted on the *big black box of the water cooler itself ( sorry for my english ).

Also I would definitelly go for a watercooler if you want to overclock a 6 core beast as 4960x :) 



I am planning to buy a thermal cooler only but am a bit confused of my choices.i want to go for the best available in the market right now.


How much do you want to overclock?

I would recommend this one on a 6 core CPU!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Be-Quiet-Dark-Rock-Cooler/dp/B0...

*If you had a 4 core, the 212 evo would be the best choise!


I want to overclock it with 20% or more...and is the mentioned cooler is a thermal one..?
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February 26, 2014 6:31:31 AM

vila said:
RulesSpew said:
vila said:
RulesSpew said:
Hheyy

i7 4960x that's a damn 6 core cpu! A 212 evo and overclocking such a beast? You might have some problems with it.
Noways a water cooler would be a great choise! You don't have to build them, you install the block in the case and connect that CPU block to the cpu

2. h100 / 105 have basicly no HUGE difference in performance, what will make the difference in cooling will be the fans mounted on the *big black box of the water cooler itself ( sorry for my english ).

Also I would definitelly go for a watercooler if you want to overclock a 6 core beast as 4960x :) 



I am planning to buy a thermal cooler only but am a bit confused of my choices.i want to go for the best available in the market right now.


How much do you want to overclock?

I would recommend this one on a 6 core CPU!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Be-Quiet-Dark-Rock-Cooler/dp/B0...

*If you had a 4 core, the 212 evo would be the best choise!


I want to overclock it with 20% or more...and is the mentioned cooler is a thermal one..?


If you want higher overclocks, water cooling is the way to go.
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