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Overclocking Q6600 with Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

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Anonymous
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August 10, 2008 8:42:07 PM

I am planning to buy an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro for my Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600. I wanna know if i can put it into my ASUS Vento TA-891 (about 18.5 cm wide). Also can i get a stable 3.0ghz with the Freezer 7 Pro on GB EP35-DS3R with 2x2GB A-DATA on 800MhZ? What other cooler will you recommend me?

Zhivkot.

p.s. Sorry for my bad english, I'm bulgarian.

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August 11, 2008 1:51:19 PM

You can get a stable 3ghz o/c out of the stock cooler. That is a standard atx case that will fit any cpu fans, but you will probably have to remove the side fan.
August 11, 2008 2:32:48 PM

like auscanzukus says the stock cooler will do the job,,but the freezer pro might do it better,,in that the cpu will be cooler overall,btw be very careful with those plastic push pins,,and make sure that they are all pushed in firmly as far as they will go...:>)
Anonymous
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August 12, 2008 4:36:02 PM

auscanzukus said:
You can get a stable 3ghz o/c out of the stock cooler. That is a standard atx case that will fit any cpu fans, but you will probably have to remove the side fan.


I don't want to make a fried eggs on my CPU :D  I have rear and front fan don't have a side fan. I have an CPU Airduct.


I'm torn between the S963 and The AC F7 Pro. I Just want a Quiet and Effective cooling :) 
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