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Hey can you suggest any cheap & reliable air cooler?
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  1. Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo, I use it with two fans on an OverClocked i5 4690K and under load (Fallout 4 max graphics) it doesn't go past 50C, absolutely amazing air cooler :)
  2. depends on your CPU / Mobo
  3. DxzDanz said:
    Hey can you suggest any cheap & reliable air cooler?


    What do you mean by air cooler? For PCU, Case etc.?
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    GameFreak01048 said:
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo, I use it with two fans on an OverClocked i5 4690K and under load (Fallout 4 max graphics) it doesn't go past 50C, absolutely amazing air cooler :)


    If he does mean for CPU, then i one up the suggestion for the 212 EVO/212X or alternativley the Cryorig H7 which is slightly smaller and won't interfere with RAM slots.
  5. If you just need a small and cheap deal, go with a Cryorig M9i (M9a for AMD). Costs less and is smaller than the Cooler Master Evo and performs the same. Also does not overlap any ram channels, so wont interfere with your RAM choices.
  6. Hyper 212 Evo is outdated, Cryorig H7 is the current king of price/performance and looks better.
  7. 010010 said:
    DxzDanz said:
    Hey can you suggest any cheap & reliable air cooler?


    What do you mean by air cooler? For PCU, Case etc.?

    CPU
  8. DxzDanz said:


    Or just keep the stock one; which is good enough when not overclocking.
  9. 010010 said:
    DxzDanz said:


    Or just keep the stock one; which is good enough when not overclocking.

    Stock one? what do you mean(Sorry im new to this kind of stuff)
  10. your CPU comes with a cooler

    it's a good build.
    you might wanna consider putting the money you'd have spent on a cooler into buying an i5-6500
  11. idk i will or not spent on i5......if i have enough money maybe i would but if not i will pick i3.....Btw ty for the explaination
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