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New CPU heat sink/fan

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January 24, 2006 1:20:04 PM

since im planning to push my dual cores to aobut 2.6-2.8 each
of course i will need new heatsink fan

i was thinking of
Zalman CNPS7000-Cu
It is LED because my friend is selling it to me for cheaper since it doesn not fit his socket 775 even though it says

or would someone suggest something else?

i prefer not to go into Water cooling etc

thanks 4 your input

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January 24, 2006 1:48:01 PM

XP-90 Aluminium or XP-90C Copper from Thermalright. Differences on performances may vary 1 or 2 degrees, so the 90C mnay be overpriced for so little performance increase. Both have great looks and performance. Just depends on how much you want to spend.

Hey, this is my opinion, you can totally disagree with it. If you want a fancy "Las Vegas type" sh*t, go with that zalman, blue orbs or whatever...
January 24, 2006 2:08:05 PM

Yes I Agree With PMR
But PMR, Just Thought Youd Like Ta Know, But You Misspelled Folding
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January 24, 2006 2:21:03 PM

Quote:
Yes I Agree With PMR
But PMR, Just Thought Youd Like Ta Know, But You Misspelled Folding

Thanks man.. this shows how my keyboard is Fu**ed up...or my bad english... :p 
January 26, 2006 2:01:55 PM

i see
thank you for the help
hmm but the thermalright does not have a fan
would that matter that much?
my case is kind of fan deprived
only 2 120's and one 80
January 26, 2006 2:50:07 PM

you have to put a 90 mm fan on the heat sink. My computer only has 1x120 mm fan at the rear and the one of the heat sink. Throw the 80mm away, keep the 2 120mm and put a 90mm on the hs and you'll be fine.
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