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Old 08-12-2008, 09:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Priming your thermal paste

the vendetta 2 is cheap, $40. They are all very close in terms of temps. But lap a TRUE and slap on good fans and it perform like a mofo. Sure it cost alittle more. has them for $55 bucks. But buy a rifle or vendetta 2 and add a mounting kit to it and it'll come out to the cost of the TRUE. Although you still need to buy fans for the TRUE. That goes the same for the rifle and vendetta 2, if you have some good high cfm fans they will perform really good

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