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If someone has this cooler. Can you confirm that this works with the i7 processor.
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$60 cpu cooler budget for a dell lolololololololol
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Originally Posted by fishymamba View Post
If someone has this cooler. Can you confirm that this works with the i7 processor.
I don't own it but if it fits on the cpu it will work even if i7 isn't listed in the product specs.
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post #25 of 30
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$60 cpu cooler budget for a dell lolololololololol
what???? It's $20 not $60. And unlike you people I don't have thousands of dollars to spend on computers. I am a road biker and almost all the extra money I have goes into cycling.
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I don't own it but if it fits on the cpu it will work even if i7 isn't listed in the product specs.
it said online that it will fit on the i5 so I guess it should fit on the i7.
post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by fishymamba View Post
it said online that it will fit on the i5 so I guess it should fit on the i7.
yea the holes are all the same - that is if dell uses standard mounting holes. My old dell something used dell specific mounting holes.

i5/i7 are all the same holes normally though.
    
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post #28 of 30
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I got the cooler today!
Before I installed it I ran a 15 minute stress test at 100%load for 15 minutes.
Max temp was 92C. Case fan was running at 2000rpm and CPU fan at 3100rpm.
After installing the heat sink and a new case fan(Zalman ZM-F2Plus) temps are at 71C.
But the fans are only spinning at 1200RPM!. I can't hear them at all!
I would try to raise the fan speeds, but I have no idea how I can do that.

I have been running BOINC for two hours and the temps have remained the same.
Thanks for the help everyone!

P.S. The heatsink fit in the case quite easily. It took me a couple tries, but I got the thermal paste on right. The paste I am using is really thick so I had to apply a thin layer all over the CPU.
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92c??
Which heatsync did you get?

Also i think your cpu fan speed is waay to low. i don't think on a dell you can change it though so you can get the power direct from the psu.
    
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post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post
92c??
Which heatsync did you get?

Also i think your cpu fan speed is waay to low. i don't think on a dell you can change it though so you can get the power direct from the psu.
I got the CoolerMaster TX3.
92C was with the stock Intel heatsink.
Now the temp is around 70C.

And I don't think my PSU has any extra cables where I can attach the fan.

EDIT: I finally figured out how to use SpeedFan. My temps remain at a constant 60C at full load.
Edited by fishymamba - 5/14/11 at 10:10am
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