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Hello everyone,

I've been looking around and googling for a while, so here i am asking you guys.

I have a few different heatsinks (intel stock coolers) at work and i personally do not care about which one i put on which CPU, as long as it fits on the socket.

Example:

Socket 775

12v .60amp
12v .35amp
12v .20amp

Socket 1155/1156

12v .20amp
12v .28amp

One of my coworker keeps arguing that this is an important matter and will cause overheating.

What's your opinion?


Thanks in advance!
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    Intel's stock coolers are often barely adequate for the processors that they are designed to cool. Putting the wrong cooler on a CPU could be dangerous.
  2. That info pretty much tells you nothing. You need to match or preferably exceed the rated performance of the cooler to the CPU.

    Mactronix :)
  3. +1 to both of the above replies.
  4. Best answer selected by Noowai.
  5. Alright, thank you guys.
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