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Best coller for LGA 775 under $100 / Rp 1.000.000

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April 25, 2011 6:34:33 AM

Plan to BUY QX9770. Which best cooler for it...?? please help..!! :D 
a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 6:49:25 AM

Depends if you want to overclock.if you dont then stock cooler is ok..Why not buy a i series(i3,i5,i7) intel cpu's?
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a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 7:19:20 AM

take a look at this Zalman

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

great thing is it is compatible with every socket AMD and Intel even
including SandyBridge 1155

low noise and power draw also

89.99 USD with free shipping from US Newegg if available in your area
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a c 91 ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 7:40:54 AM

Don't bother buying that processor.. Intel developed it just to show their muscle.. Moreover, the new Gen processors have much more performance to offer at substantially lower power draws and heat dissipation.. The QX9770 was a stupid buy even at the time of its launch.. Right now, its not even worth the consideration..
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April 25, 2011 8:02:54 AM

^ Agree, funny how i sold my QX6700 for $150 a week ago.

would rather go for an i3 than a core 2 extreme.

though since you are using LGA775, i can see why. you're better off with a cheap intel mobo and i3 or i5.

the Thermaltake Silver Arrow works with LGA 775, probably the best air cooler i've ever used under $100. though it might block rams with heatsink and it's extremely big.
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a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 8:31:36 AM

As long as he is not paying too much for the QX9770 then
it is definitley viable as the benches and FACTS prove
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Best solution

April 25, 2011 9:12:54 AM

Cooler Master Hyper 212+ for $30

It fits 775, 1156/1155, 1366 and AM3. I know this for a fact, I have it on my 1155. Every other cooler is expensive for the same results. At idle my CPU stays at 32c, and at full power wont pass 65c. I have i5 2500k OC to 4.2ghz. If your just experimenting on older chips then I'll go for something cheap but good. You cant go wrong with cooler master Hyper 212+.
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a c 91 ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 9:42:33 AM

king smp said:
here is benches where QX9770 STOCK
is a tie or even beating a I5 750
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/48?vs=109


The only thing this link shows is your inability to interpret stuff.. Even considering the narrowest victory margins, the i5 750 has won more often than not.. And that too while bearing a much lower clock speed..


king smp said:
and remember this is stock
if he has a good cooler on a good OCing LGA775 mobo
and gets a good OC out of it
then his performance level
is up there with I5 AND I7


Do you know the power draw and thermals for that CPU..!! One might require a high end liquid cooling setup (may be even LN2) to keep it stable at 4 GHz and above.. And those solutions surely don't come for 100$ or less..

Similarly clocked, any new Gen core i quad core will beat the QX9770 on all grounds.. And comparing to a i5 2500K, the price to performance is too wide to neglect..
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April 25, 2011 1:12:18 PM

Emperus said:
The only thing this link shows is your inability to interpret stuff.. Even considering the narrowest victory margins, the i5 750 has won more often than not.. And that too while bearing a much lower clock speed..




Do you know the power draw and thermals for that CPU..!! One might require a high end liquid cooling setup (may be even LN2) to keep it stable at 4 GHz and above.. And those solutions surely don't come for 100$ or less..

Similarly clocked, any new Gen core i quad core will beat the QX9770 on all grounds.. And comparing to a i5 2500K, the price to performance is too wide to neglect..



I have my QX9650 @3.6ghz and doesn't go over 60C with stock cooler, so when I get an after market cooler I'd say I'll get to 4ghz no problem. I think its still worth it if you don't have to pay too much for the QX9770 cause it'll save buying a new mobo and ram
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a c 91 ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 1:45:28 PM

At 400$ or less, it may get a few 'go get it' recommendations.. Anything at or above 500$, it will probably be a unanimous NO I presume.. Now all we can do is wait for OP to disclose the price for us..
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a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 2:04:35 PM

Emperus said:
At 400$ or less, it may get a few 'go get it' recommendations.. Anything at or above 500$, it will probably be a unanimous NO I presume.. Now all we can do is wait for OP to disclose the price for us..

I would go for it if it came in for 99$
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April 25, 2011 3:46:39 PM

Emperus said:
The only thing this link shows is your inability to interpret stuff.. Even considering the narrowest victory margins, the i5 750 has won more often than not.. And that too while bearing a much lower clock speed..




Do you know the power draw and thermals for that CPU..!! One might require a high end liquid cooling setup (may be even LN2) to keep it stable at 4 GHz and above.. And those solutions surely don't come for 100$ or less..

Similarly clocked, any new Gen core i quad core will beat the QX9770 on all grounds.. And comparing to a i5 2500K, the price to performance is too wide to neglect..



I wasnt comparing to SandyBridge

Just remember that the I3 SandyBridge is about $125 USD
Also remember that they would need a new mobo @200 USD for decent one
so to get a I5 2500k ($225 USD Newegg) you are looking at over $400 for new mobo/cpu

If the OP can get the QX9770 for $250 or less
then it would be a nice cpu to have

If the QX9770 is more than 300 then the OP should just get the 2500k/mobo

Also his question was what is best cooler for the QX9770
Not what is the best upgrade path
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a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 3:50:13 PM

And trust me I have the ability to interpret

What I learned from those benches
is (many people can tell you)
the Q9xxx series still competes with
the I5/I7s non-SandyBridge

Maybe the OP has the QX9770 already
and is just looking for a cooler

If you have a QX9770 system
there is no need to upgrade to SandyBridge right now

Might as well wait for 2011 enthusiast setup next year
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a c 91 ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 5:13:36 PM

king smp said:
And trust me I have the ability to interpret

What I learned from those benches
is (many people can tell you)
the Q9xxx series still competes with
the I5/I7s non-SandyBridge

Maybe the OP has the QX9770 already
and is just looking for a cooler

If you have a QX9770 system
there is no need to upgrade to SandyBridge right now

Might as well wait for 2011 enthusiast setup next year


Well the interpretation is on the fact that both the CPU's were benched at stock clocks.. So, even with a 600 MHz deficit in clock speed, the i5 beats the QX.. When clocked similarly, the i5's performance will definitely surpass that of the QX's.. And that too with reduced power draw and lower temps.. Moreover, we are talking about the i5 750.. If compared to the i5 2500K directly, the QX is bound to get embarrased..

www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/48?vs=288
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a b ) Power supply
April 25, 2011 6:00:05 PM

I didnt dispute that the 2500k beats the QX9770
I NEVER compared it to SandyBridge

My point is performance wise a QX9770 is in the ranks of "old" gen I-5 and I-7
This point has been discussed many times on Toms
and the conclusion was there was no reason to upgrade a QX9770 right
now if you currently have one

If you currently have a QX9770 there is minimal performance for the money
gain over a I5/I7 Old Gen

actually with a good OC on the QX9770 the difference between it and a sandybridge
is really not that great

If you CURRENTLY own or can get a Q9xxx series for cheap
then there is no real world reason to upgrade
until 2011 comes out

a %30 difference in synthetic benchmarks really doesnt make
a difference in real world apps

there isnt any game or app that strains a QX9770 currently
a QX9770 isnt a bottleneck for ANY GPU out there

I wouldnt build a NEW system around it
If upgrading I wouldnt spend too much on it

As far as we know the OP might currently already own one
in which this discussion is USELESS

or maybe somebody like a friend is selling him one REAL CHEAP
in which case it would make sense

Now paying full price for one doesnt make sense

I am sure if someone had a nice QX9770 system that they would
sell you cheap then you wouldnt complain, would you?
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April 25, 2011 6:05:20 PM

take the intel core i3....
indonesia jaya...salam indonesia gan....
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April 28, 2011 7:56:41 AM

is it performance maximum? or others cooler can pull more down the warm
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a b ) Power supply
April 28, 2011 8:08:51 AM

davcon said:
Thermalright TRUE Black 120 Rev.C - Rs :3800/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=10246
Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B CPU Cooler - Rs :3333/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=9898
Add Scythe S-FLEX F - Rs :925/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=6081



Pick one of the first two heatsink above
add one of the fans from number 3 link Scythe

Davcon knows his hardware
He is wise beyond his years

funny
Davcon me and Maverick are the only ones on this post
to answer your question and not tell you to buy new system

Sorry I got into discussion with Emperus
Did not mean to go away from your question
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April 28, 2011 8:09:58 AM

johnthesmilers said:
take the intel core i3....
indonesia jaya...salam indonesia gan....


salam juga....
tapi......
mobo dari dulu udah terlanjur socket lga 775 gan.....
jika nanti aku bisa overclock sendiri, itu udah lumayan

toh juga masih dalam kategori high spec untuk mainin crysis 2.... :D 
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a b ) Power supply
April 28, 2011 8:09:59 AM

Also the answer from Maverick was very good
a Hyper 212 is great especially for the money from all reviews and user
comments
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April 28, 2011 8:12:48 AM

king smp said:
As long as he is not paying too much for the QX9770 then
it is definitley viable as the benches and FACTS prove


hm..... all of your message....

I'am not need a high spec.....

I'am need a best cooler for it...

sorry....

it still a high spec for playing crysis 2...., isn't it..?
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a b ) Power supply
April 28, 2011 8:21:22 AM

Yes
Very good
No problem playing Crysis 2
need good video graphic card adapter to play
Did you see these
1 and 2 heatsink/cooler
3 is fan for 1 or 2

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Davcon wrote :


Thermalright TRUE Black 120 Rev.C - Rs :3800/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=10246
Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B CPU Cooler - Rs :3333/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=9898
Add Scythe S-FLEX F - Rs :925/-
http://www.lynx-india.com/index.php?productID=6081


also also CoolerMaster Hyper 212 - Maverick answer = good
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April 28, 2011 8:58:42 AM

any others?

maybe form thermaltake, or arctic cooler, or cooler master, or asus :D 
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April 28, 2011 9:04:25 AM

maverick knight said:
Cooler Master Hyper 212+ for $30

It fits 775, 1156/1155, 1366 and AM3. I know this for a fact, I have it on my 1155. Every other cooler is expensive for the same results. At idle my CPU stays at 32c, and at full power wont pass 65c. I have i5 2500k OC to 4.2ghz. If your just experimenting on older chips then I'll go for something cheap but good. You cant go wrong with cooler master Hyper 212+.


good reply guys :D 
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April 28, 2011 10:09:16 AM

ghnader hsmithot said:
Depends if you want to overclock.if you dont then stock cooler is ok..Why not buy a i series(i3,i5,i7) intel cpu's?


I'am having an mobo with socket lga 775 in july 2010, with core 2 duo e7500 proc. I'am have a litle budgets now to upgrade my pc
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May 3, 2011 6:31:24 PM

oke oke gan....
udah cukup tuh gan lga 775 nya....
procie jaman sekarang mah udah mumpuni...
tinggal tergantung vga nya aja gan....

oke gan...suksses
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