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Old 04-02-2005, 02:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a p-4 1.8ghz that i have oc'd to 2.165 ghz stable during gaming. My voltage is at 1.7v upped from 1.5v stock. this is on stock hsf with 5 80mm fans in the case. my cpu idles at 111 farenheight
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pretty nice. on stock cooling. lets see some more w/ some better cooling!
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Old 04-02-2005, 03:05 AM   #3 (permalink)
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im thinkin about getting this hsf

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...118-115&depa=0

or this one

http://www.xoxide.com/hyper6.html
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both are pretty nice but I would perfer the last one.
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The Zalman owns, you don't have to get a seperate fan because it already has one, which is a giant 120mm.

I would get the Zalman if you are looking for cool and quiet, but get it from xoxide, it costs the same as it does at newegg WITH Arctic Silver 5.
http://www.xoxide.com/zalman-7700-cu-cpu-cooler.html
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I would also put my vote in for the zalman, I think it looks bertter as well.
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hmm i was also looking at zalmans 92 mm blue led fan it really would match my setup as my entire case is blue lit with blue led's and blue led fans. anyone have anything to say about it.
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I don't have it myself but it is essentially the same thing only a bit smaller. According to the specs it is still just as quiet, and I actually read a review comparing the 7000 to the 7700. There is very little difference between them, they both cool excellently.

I think the 7000B LED would be great for you. It should provide excellent cooling and it is not as big as the 7700. Plus the blue LEDs should look just plain sweet.

Again, I think xoxide would be cheaper, very cheap with the arctic silver 5.
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my p4.
2.8 -> 3.6ghz

Stock HSF
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Stock Intel = noisy, Zalman = quiet.
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