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Old 05-14-2005, 01:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What one of these two will cool a 939 socket better:
GIGABYTE GH-PCU22-VG 2 Ball Blue LED Light Cooling Fan
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Zalman 7700Cu

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Old 05-14-2005, 01:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Zalman will.

LEDs create heat and require power.

I'm just guessing
look it up on newegg, compare CFMs.
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I believe the zalman do

LED's really dont create heat, that's why their soo much more efficent
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Do you believe Zalman becuase of their popularity on here or because they actually will? That thing has a lot bigger heat displacement you do realize.

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Personally i wouldent get a Gigabyte anything.. But the Zalman is what i would get.
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Why wouldnt you? Atleast explain your answers here guys.

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the zalman is known to cool much better

there's people that have hit 3Ghz on air (with the 7700cu of course)

also because it's copper, it dissipates more heat than the regular hsf
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the zalman is known to cool much better

there's people that have hit 3Ghz on air (with the 7700cu of course)

also because it's copper, it dissipates more heat than the regular hsf
Nope copper dissipates heat worse than alimunium

However copper transfers heat better, overall this makes it work better due to it's design
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Aluminum resists heat, copper doesnt. Put aluminum foil in an oven for 20 minutes and take it out, within 2 seconds you can touch it. Copper you wouldnt dream of doing that to.

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The thermalright xp-90c beats them all, but it is damn heavy. over 600g for the heatsink alone. here is a review of it:
http://www.insanetek.com/index.php?p...alrightxp90c_1
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