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Cooler for pentium Dual-core CPU E5200

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February 18, 2011 8:43:32 PM

Hello,
what would be the best cooler for me?

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February 18, 2011 9:44:19 PM


Greatly depends on how you need the cooler to perform and the amount of space you have for it (what case do you have).

Do you need it for quiet operation, max overclock, just general usage (no OC)?
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February 19, 2011 1:04:25 AM

Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 pro, Cooler Master TX3, Cooler Master Hyper 212+, or some other small 92mm or 120mm but good cooler.
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February 19, 2011 9:42:26 AM

Hello again guys, i am not so great with all the computer tech, but ill do my best.

"Do you need it for quiet operation, max overclock, just general usage (no OC)"

i want my cooler,to be quiet worker, but in the same time i want to get a good usage from it.
i use my computer for 12-14 hours a day.

"(what case do you have)" how do i know which 1 i have?
my old cooler is connected to the M board, with pillars those plastic clicky thing you know.

"Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 pro, Cooler Master TX3, Cooler Master Hyper 212+, or some other small 92mm or 120mm but good cooler."

My stock cooler was AVC Pro Thermal how do i know which 1 is better for me?.. other then that how do i know if its 92 120.

Thanks in advance.
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February 19, 2011 1:22:03 PM

scythe mugen 2 is a real monster, and is very very quiet. also take a look at zalman performa.
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February 19, 2011 2:03:45 PM

mikers1 said:
Hello again guys, i am not so great with all the computer tech, but ill do my best.

"Do you need it for quiet operation, max overclock, just general usage (no OC)"

i want my cooler,to be quiet worker, but in the same time i want to get a good usage from it.
i use my computer for 12-14 hours a day.

"(what case do you have)" how do i know which 1 i have?
my old cooler is connected to the M board, with pillars those plastic clicky thing you know.
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Ok, so you are not going to overclock your CPU but primarily want a cooler that is quiet while offering decent cooling, we can work with that.

The next question then is your case, and we really need to know this, in order to offer good advice to the cooler you can run, as pretty much all of the coolers jimishtar mentions are large tower coolers, and we actually have no idea if they will fit in your case.

Do you have a desktop case or a (mini/mid/full) tower case? Try, if you can, and measure the room you have from the motherboard and to the side/top of the case, so we know the hight of the cooler you can use.

Also, what budget do you have for the cooler?
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October 8, 2013 3:39:21 PM

mikers1 said:
Hello again guys, i am not so great with all the computer tech, but ill do my best.

"Do you need it for quiet operation, max overclock, just general usage (no OC)"

i want my cooler,to be quiet worker, but in the same time i want to get a good usage from it.
i use my computer for 12-14 hours a day.

"(what case do you have)" how do i know which 1 i have?
my old cooler is connected to the M board, with pillars those plastic clicky thing you know.

"Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 pro, Cooler Master TX3, Cooler Master Hyper 212+, or some other small 92mm or 120mm but good cooler."

My stock cooler was AVC Pro Thermal how do i know which 1 is better for me?.. other then that how do i know if its 92 120.

Thanks in advance.


You use your computer 12-14 hours a day? You need a life and some friends lol.
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