HELP !!! Stuck between thermaltake SPINQ VT and CM V6GT !!!

Hello guys ,
I am stuck between which cooler to buy the THERMAL TAKE SpINQ VT or the COOLER MASTER V6GT......I have a few questions :
Which one is better in terms of COOLING , NOISE (THIS IS IMPORTANT TO ME) , and SIZE ( I LIKE HUGE SizE COOLERS SO THE BIGGER THE BETTER ) ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

For what I have researched the spinq vt is smaller , less in cooling , but way less in noise than the v6gt........
So my question : HELP ME CHOOSE ?
By the way if any of you know a better cooler in the same price range please telll ......!!!!!

I'll be using it for 2500k on an ASUS P8Z68v- pro motherboard..
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  1. Man i just got the V6 GT! its super slick and nice looken and the COOLING! is amazing but i dont know much about the thermaltake. And the v6 gt is HUGE looks great is my case.
  2. Thermalright makes the best Aircoolers:

    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10087/cpu-tri-71/Thermalright_Venomous-X_CPU_Heatsink_w_Pressure_Vault_Bracket_System_Socket_LGA_775_1156_1366_2011.html?tl=g40c14

    Thats the best Aircooler money can buy ATM...and Yes its looks sleek and smooth...IMHO
  3. Coolermaster 212 EVO is by far the best cooler for the money.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103099&Tpk=212%20evo

    Outperforms the big dollar coolers and some water coolers as well.
  4. Ah, I have been suggesting the 212+ for so long I think the OP wants something different
  5. i think the spinq is awsome looking but i dont like the push pins for installation
    im hooked on zalman
    they have one with a blue led to match your board and it gigantic
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118046
  6. I know that the cooler master 212 evo is pretty good in cooling.............. but I have a cm storm enforcer casing and I am very much inclined towards THE LOOK.....

    ANY suggestions ?

    Thanks in advance...
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