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April 11, 2008 1:46:12 PM

Hello All,

I want to buy a new cooler, but I need one of those 'cheap-and-good' stuff.

Good because my Pentium D (socket LGA775) is already too hot without o/c.

Cheap because... well... I'm Brazilian, and those things are usually too expensive here. Sometimes something costs X dollars and here the price is four times higher. Damn taxes.

The other problem is: not every brand is easy to come. Most are quite difficult, indeed.

So, with all those problems, I'd like to which cooler should I buy.

I've some ideas... mostly zalman coolers: CNPS 7000-CU or CNPS 7700-CU are good possibilities, I just don't know if they:
a) Are a good option;
b) Would fit my motherboard (ASUS P5LD2 SE);

They'd probably fit my case (around 40 cm high, 20 cm large at front).

Other option would be the 9500 led.

Well... I'd like to hear (read?) some opinions on those products (they're a bit old, right, but they're still good?).. and maybe some other option.

Thanks!

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April 11, 2008 2:58:33 PM

if you on a tight budget you should always take a look at the Coolermaster Hyper TX2 or the Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro.those 2 cooler give very good cooling performance for the price you pay for(here anyway and anywhere round the world.)
April 11, 2008 10:31:48 PM

iluvgillgill said:
if you on a tight budget you should always take a look at the Coolermaster Hyper TX2 or the Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro.those 2 cooler give very good cooling performance for the price you pay for(here anyway and anywhere round the world.)

I couldn't find ACF7P here, but the CHTX2 have a really good price.

What's the meaning of 'long life bearing'? It's a more durable version of sleeve bearing?

What's better: CHTX2 or Zalman's CNPS 7500?
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April 12, 2008 12:02:03 AM

zalman fan is more expensive then the Hyper TX2.but if your budget allow then its always to have the better product rite:)  there are many different types of fan bearing some are more quieter and some can spin faster and some that can last longer.but they are all capable of running until you change your rig.
April 12, 2008 2:56:54 AM

I have the Zalman 9500 with a Pentium D 925, & it works great. Zalman 9700 would probably be better choice
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