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Old 04-24-2005, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im wondering how nice this would REALLY work. I cant find a price yet but if its not too pricy i might buy it if you guys think its worth it.

http://www.thermaltake.com/coolers/4...n/cl-p0114.htm
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Nahhhhhhh, doesn't blow enough air, only about 50+ CFM, and less than 5000 RPM, its 1300 RPM!
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Ok well im still looking for a good heatsink. These LGA boards run extremly hot. Even with my AS5 im like 60's.
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Apparently the Thermalright XP-120 is good, I'm thinking of getting one, but it's pretty massive.
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Please tell me where i can find these at Newegg.com and Frozencpu.com dont have a whole lot of selection.
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Just found the xp-120 doenst fit on the 775 socket board.
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Try water cooling
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Nah watercooling costing me too much money... And im not as comfortable running water through my system.
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Then try liquid nitrogen.
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Dude. No.

IM old fasioned im looking for a goot heatsink. Not nitrogen.
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