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Old 10-08-2007, 08:09 PM   #11 (permalink)
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i need a heatsink n fan that is very good use for OCing for preparation for AM2+.

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Newegg.com - ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 64 Pro 92mm CPU Cooler - Retail
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but thats great... but i thought you were overclocking Agena, which is a quad-core, you may need a Tuniq Tower 120 for heavy oc'ing

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The case that it went in, 185 x 450 x 414.
so it will fit in my 200 X 440 X 430 mm then?

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so it will fit in my 200 X 440 X 430 mm then?
It should. With the fan brackets installed it sticks about 3 1/2" pass the MB on a Gigabyte P35-DS3L. Just install the cooler on the MB first then install the MB into the case. Then put the sliding brackets and fans on. Otherwise you won't be able to screw down your MB onto the standoff's cause it'll just be in the way. I had to unscrew my psu too so I could slide it forward just so I could get enough room to get in with my screwdriver.
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but thats great... but i thought you were overclocking Agena, which is a quad-core, you may need a Tuniq Tower 120 for heavy oc'ing
well once i get the Phenom x4 n everything gets settled, then ill OC the crap out of it. Another thing, im honestly not had stable over OCing anything so this will be another chance for me to try n i will need to be guided when i get it.


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