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Old 03-08-2006, 01:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the absoulte best cpu fan/heatsink I can get that will not require me to remove my mobo for install?? Price is not an issue, just the absolute best one out there.
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Well you could just open both sides of your case, and install it that way. I have a thermaltake venus 12, great fan, and easy to install
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Scythe makes really good fans.
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ive said it before to people and ill say it again. Gigabyte 3D rocket pro. My OC'ed dual core never goes above 47C under really heavy load and idles between 29 and 31.


Haha i played the original Half life yesterday, and it never whent above 34C hahha.
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Oh, my bad. But then agin your question was to not remove the mobo.ha


open up both sides of the case and install as many fans are your mobo has pins for. Then get a fan controller and add more haha.
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try one of the arctic cooling freezer series....i dont think you need to remove the mobo. or the stock amd heatpipe cooler is really good too.
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