Thermaltake SpinQ or Corsair H50?

Hello im wondering if anyone can give me some insight on which to buy. im trying to cut down on the heat my rig emits while gaming and the noise of the shitty box cooler.

so im torn between the SpinQ of its looks and the H50 for its silence. Any thoughts? thanks ina dvance for the feedback!!
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  1. I say neither & pickup a Xigmatek Dark Knight S1283V (CoGAGe True Spirit, if you have a X58 board)
  2. is it silent?
  3. oh also i have an NZXT tempest case and OCZ Reaper ram with high heatsinks
  4. Best answer
    It all depends on your CPU and if it's overclocked.

    Contrary to what Corsair say, the H50 can't really handle the heat produced by an overclocked i7 but it should be OK at stock. It's perfectly fine for anything on the 775 socket however.

    You need to consider though that in order to get best performance out of the H50 you have to use its 120mm fan as an INTAKE, i.e. sucking air into the case, so see how that will affect your airflow.

    If however you do want to go with an air tower cooler it depends again on your CPU - Tecmo34 lists two great air coolers, but if you're at the hottest end of the spectrum i.e. heavy OC on an i7, then consider a Thermalright TRUE and make sure it's Revision C (it has a boomerange-shaped hole cut through the body underneath) or a Prolimatech Megahalem and strap some high pressure fans to it (120mm fan with 9 blades, not 7).
  5. Thanks for all the info! just so you know my cpu is is a core 2 quad Q8200 @2.33ghz on an ASUS pq5 pro MB
    Id like to overclock it to 3.0ghz at least, and the way the NZXT Tempest case is set up i can mount the radiator on the top of a case (which has 2 exhaust fans). im not looking to do an extreme overclocking, just middle of the road. At the same time silence is gunna be the most desired feature.
    dose this change your opinion any?
  6. i doubt u will manage to take q8200 to 3GHz.
  7. really?
  8. scyth mugen 2 has good clearence for high ram heatsinks
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