I don't want to spend a lot of money but I want to overclock a 2500+ Mobile. I was thinking of getting a liquid cooling system to help me out with this but I don't have a lot of cash. Is it even worth buying liquid cooling if I can't spend more money on it? I was checking out Pricewatch and it looks like the cheapest cooler is $44 and the next up is $67. Is this worth the price or is it just so low quality I'll have to replace it in a year or less anyway? Just curious how I should go about cooling my processor with the best PPR. Maybe fans are the answer for being so cheap? Thanks.
Ok, so I've decided against liquid cooling for monetary reasons. Now I'm looking at a good heat sink and fan. It looks like the Thermalright SLK947U or the MCX462-V (http://www.swiftnets.com/products/mcx462-V.asp) would be great, though they're pretty expensive (in the $40-$60 range). Any suggestions on something a little cheaper but with good PPR? I'm no expert and don't plan on overclocking the hell out of this thing but would like a little extra bang for my buck. Thanks.
Ok I will make that a consideration. I have heard a little bit about the Thermaltake Volcano7 HSF. It runs about $20 and that's about in my budget. How does it compare to the Thermalright SK7, in both price and performance? I have decided now that I want to use these heat sinks to OC my XP 1900 as much as possible. Thanks.