New HSF Best IMO

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16835185038

New, revised Ninja, a great deal too. This is the new one, with 12! Heatpipes, and you can switch out the fan(s) for whatever you want. Anything I should know before going out and trying to install this.
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  1. Looks like it might depend on what motherboard you get if it will be able to fit as it seems the heatpipes are getting in the way of some capacitors around the socket since there pretty low
  2. IDK, I hope it fits though, or i'll haveto modify or sell it.
  3. I'm liking the design of the Ninja.
  4. 50% 50%!? Youve got to be kidding me.

    Its not about the amount of heatpipes but the cooling each heatpipe gets. The fins are tigher in the Tuniq and each pipe gets more square cm of fins. Better to have 3 very cool heatpipes than 6 hot ones.

    You know there are several errors and misleaded information in the original post. Be fair and edit it.
  5. I vote Scythe Infinity or Titan Amanda...
  6. Quote:
    50% 50%!? Youve got to be kidding me.

    Its not about the amount of heatpipes but the cooling each heatpipe gets. The fins are tigher in the Tuniq and each pipe gets more square cm of fins. Better to have 3 very cool heatpipes than 6 hot ones.

    You know there are several errors and misleaded information in the original post. Be fair and edit it.

    Haha evey time I see something that has to do with cooling I know I'll see you there talking about the TT120, dario ;).
  7. Its just that im so glad the T-120 is back *melancholic tone*
    Before him we just had complicated and noise push&pull setups with the Inifinity or Ultra-120, not very practical.
    Gimme another cooler with bigger, tighter fins and with just enough heatpipes and ill dethrone it for sure tough.
  8. why not Zalman CNPS 9700?

    If not Tuniq looks better based on heatpipe configuration
  9. Quote:
    why not Zalman CNPS 9700?

    Because its got a horrible $/performance ratio and its not nearly a top-end cooler.
  10. Just for looks. The CNPS series get smoke by many HSF in it's price range or lower. As for the selection I like the Ninja better, although I have used the Big Typhoon and works really well with my 840.
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