Cm V6GT vs thermal take frio vs antec 620

Which would be the best for getting a 2500k to 4+ghz
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  1. Frio>V6GT>Antec 620
  2. saint19 said:
    Frio>V6GT>Antec 620

    Currently I can get the v6gt for 30 bucks at microcenter, would it be worth it to spend an extra 20 bucks for the frio?
  3. It worth but make your sure that your RAM isn't a problem with the cooler.
  4. I'd pick the V6GT for $30! the Frio isn't any better.
    Both are better then the 620.
    Personally i'd just buy an EVO = better ram/dimm compatability(50mm wide)
    Tested on i7 860/1156 platform.
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-Hyper-212-EVO-CPU-Cooler-Review/1407/6
  5. davcon said:
    I'd pick the V6GT for $30! the Frio isn't any better.
    Both are better then the 620.
    Personally i'd just buy an EVO = better ram/dimm compatability(50mm wide)
    Tested on i7 860/1156 platform.
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-Hyper-212-EVO-CPU-Cooler-Review/1407/6

    Yeah, I already got the evo in the current system I have. And It is great! However the bracket placement and stuff is annoying and I just built a new system with a 2500k. Also do any of you guys know if the v6gt will fit inside of the cm storm scout?
  6. amuffin said:
    Yeah, I already got the evo in the current system I have. And It is great! However the bracket placement and stuff is annoying and I just built a new system with a 2500k. Also do any of you guys know if the v6gt will fit inside of the cm storm scout?

    I think it should fit the case is 8.6"(219mm) wide and the V6GT is 165mm tall.
  7. davcon said:
    I think it should fit the case is 8.6"(219mm) wide and the V6GT is 165mm tall.

    So what will be the temps for a 4.5ghz overclock on the v6gt for the 2500k?
  8. amuffin said:
    So what will be the temps for a 4.5ghz overclock on the v6gt for the 2500k?

    Excellent no doubt!
    SB is not a hot cpu compared to the previous gen!
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