Which from the 2 cpu cooler

hi
im assembling a new cheaper pc, an i5 750 for support of my main pc i7 950, i work at home doing 3d renderings and animations, the store will give me a free cpu cooler of my choice for being a regular customer and as part of their package this month if you bought a new pc. they only have 2 coolers available,
the THERMALTAKE SPINQ VT and the COOLERMASTER V8. almost same price on their list but you'll get a free one as a pc package ,which one should i get?
thanks in advance.
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  1. Found something here that compares the V8 with the SPINQ VT:
    http://www.thinkcomputers.org/thermaltake-spinq-vt-cpu-cooler-review/4/

    If we need to trust these comparisons then it would be clear that the SPINQ VT is the way to go.
  2. I have the CM V8 heatsink in my i7-920 computer. It does a good job of keeping the temps down; right now 29 degrees C at an ambient of 24 degrees C.

    In my opinion after reading the review, I believe that the Thermalatke will also perform just as well - http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/thermaltake_spinq_vt/

    Look at both heatsinks, and pick the one that you think will look better in your computer. They will both perform well.
  3. soest009 said:
    Found something here that compares the V8 with the SPINQ VT:
    http://www.thinkcomputers.org/thermaltake-spinq-vt-cpu-cooler-review/4/

    If we need to trust these comparisons then it would be clear that the SPINQ VT is the way to go.


    Thanks, wow i cant believe spinq vt running low even beats the cm v8 running high. I like the v8 little bit but i saw some good bad reviews about it. Im not familiar with the spinq vt but im impressed with its performance in that review, i hope that review was fairly executed. Really gives me hard time choosing.
  4. Ubrales said:
    I have the CM V8 heatsink in my i7-920 computer. It does a good job of keeping the temps down; right now 29 degrees C at an ambient of 24 degrees C.

    In my opinion after reading the review, I believe that the Thermalatke will also perform just as well - http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/thermaltake_spinq_vt/

    Look at both heatsinks, and pick the one that you think will look better in your computer. They will both perform well.


    Thats great, but i saw some reviews that the hyper 212 plus is better with v8? Is that true? I have a hyper 212 before and i trashed it because it didnt look good aesthetically. so it cooled your i7 920, so its a great cooler no doubt at least you have the actual experience with it, but its a huge cooler right? I am having thoughts of choosing v8 but im concerned if it will fit with the chasis aerocool rs9. Whats your chasis specs dimension? Thanks
  5. oby20 said:
    Thats great, but i saw some reviews that the hyper 212 plus is better with v8? Is that true? I have a hyper 212 before and i trashed it because it didnt look good aesthetically. so it cooled your i7 920, so its a great cooler no doubt at least you have the actual experience with it, but its a huge cooler right? I am having thoughts of choosing v8 but im concerned if it will fit with the chasis aerocool rs9. Whats your chasis specs dimension? Thanks

    I have the Cooler Master HAF 932 case. It is huge and could fit a small automobile engine in it! :)

    I looked at pics of your case: http://www.google.com/search?q=aerocool+rs9&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENUS359&prmd=ivns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=820UTrLgB62nsQLpptnUDw&ved=0CCgQsAQ&biw=1399&bih=770

    Some pics show this case with components. It is a mid-tower case and the CM V8 heatsink will fit.

    I installed the CM V8, recorded temps, and then dismantled it and I polished the base of the heatsink for better flatness. After re-installation, I checked the temps, and the temps were 5 to 8 degrees C less than before. That's how I obtained my current temps. Right now, 30 degrees C with an ambient temp of 23 degrees C.
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