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post #1 of 19 Old 10-31-2006, 07:21 AM - Thread Starter
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im running a e6400 dual core and using the motherboard as u can see in my system specs i was just wondering should i get this fan http://umart.net/au/product_info.php...ucts_id=103877 or this http://umart.net/au/product_info.php...ucts_id=103725 i just want the better one as i want my comp to stay as cool as possible or possibly even the big typhoon fan, couldnt get the link but u guys should know what the big typhoon is
whatever one u guys recommend please tell me why and what product out of the 3 would keep my cpu the coolest as possible, cheers
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Better post this here
EDIT : Stupid post sorry !

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He has posted this question once already in the wrong section - Leave it here - the mods can move it

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umm sorry about that guys, links should be working now
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need urgent help guys as i have to get the fan really soon and i need ur guys opinions
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anyone ?
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Between the coolers listed (only the first 2 links worked) I would get the CNPS9500. But... you might want to look at some coolers that have more surface area (tower coolers).

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the 3rd one is a Big typhoon thermaltake fan, the link doesnt work so i just re wrote it
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The CNPS9500 is a great cooler and will mosty definately serv you well. However so will the Thermaltake BT. Out of the two for good cooler and simple installation i would go for the 9500.

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