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September 12, 2005 1:37:02 PM

Hey guys, I'm looking to buy an AMD 64 3200+ 'Venice' cpu and am looking for any good cpu coolers. Anyone have any good recommendations?

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September 12, 2005 2:19:05 PM

Yeh sorry, I should've been clearer in my op. Basically I'm looking to get the most out of my new cpu with just air cooling so I'm looking for a list of good cpu fans which will allow me to do this.
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September 12, 2005 3:39:58 PM

i would recommend against doing that. In my experience overclocking has never been a benefit and infact causes some programs to crash.

However that is your choice. Tomshardware and anandtech might have some reviews on such things.

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September 12, 2005 6:30:44 PM

I see your point. Well I'm looking to buy the retail version of the 3000+ now since I'm on a budget and I figured the 3000+ will do just as well for me. I'll stick with the stock fan unless I find it unsatisfactory in which case I'll then look for a new fan. Thanks for the advice.
September 14, 2005 1:24:28 PM

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Thermalright SI-120 is currently the champ of all 120mm heatsink.

You sure about that, wusy? I'd have thought that a <A HREF="http://www.thermaltake.com/coolers/4in1heatpipe/cl-p007..." target="_new">Thermaltake SonicTower</A> with a 120mm fan could take it.

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September 14, 2005 7:33:47 PM

Wow, thanks for the info. I'll look into both coolers on the net.
September 16, 2005 4:54:54 AM

THERMALRIGHTs are excellent. If you want the 120, first make sure it will fit your MB and case. I have the THERMALRIGHT XP-90, which is almost as good, smaller, and costs less. Keeps my A64 3500+ (11x212=2.33GHz) a cool 26C at idle and 38C at max load, with very low noise.
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