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Hello,

I'd like to start thinking about getting a better cooler for my CPU.

Right now I'm using the stock one but I'd like one that can meet the following:

- Quietness. The fans in my system are just loud. I'm would like it if the CPU fan was a bit silent.

- Coolness. Not only for OCing but in the summer time (like right now), my room just gets very hot which makes it more of a burden to turn it on at certain days.

- Cost. I don't have a whole lot of money to spend. Which I know isn't going to get me far. Maybe something sub $100.

- Space. there isn't a whole lot of room on my board for a really huge cooler. If you want a picture of what it looks like inside I can provide one.

Thanks

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If you can fit it, go with a Thermalright Silver Arrow. If not, I would go with a Venomous X and two quality fans in push/pull, it should land you under $100 and cool very very well. Venomous X is also one of the slimmest coolers out now.
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What kind of OC are you going for? I hit 4GHz on my 1055T and got ~50-53C load with ~24C ambients, using my Mugen 2. A D14 or SA will likely do a few degrees better.
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Nocuta NH-D14 If it fits, IDK how much your top mount PSU will effect a large CPU cooler. With the Hyper 212+ you are getting a smaller cpu cooler that is much cheaper and does a good job as well.
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If you can fit it, go with a Thermalright Silver Arrow. If not, I would go with a Venomous X and two quality fans in push/pull, it should land you under $100 and cool very very well. Venomous X is also one of the slimmest coolers out now.
Is this it?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k=Venomous%20X

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What kind of OC are you going for? I hit 4GHz on my 1055T and got ~50-53C load with ~24C ambients, using my Mugen 2. A D14 or SA will likely do a few degrees better.
Not sure yet.

Quote:
Originally Posted by jagz View Post
Nocuta NH-D14 If it fits, IDK how much your top mount PSU will effect a large CPU cooler. With the Hyper 212+ you are getting a smaller cpu cooler that is much cheaper and does a good job as well.
I don't think the Nocuta is going to fit. My RAM is fairly close to the CPU:



I think the Hyper should be good.

In addition to everyone:

Any good coolers from newegg.com?
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Newegg has quality products, however the CM Hyper 212+ Is over priced on newegg. I got mine from microcenter.com for only $30 and if you live nearby one it would be even cheaper.
    
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Originally Posted by Jahocowi View Post
Is this it?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k=Venomous%20X



Not sure yet.



I don't think the Nocuta is going to fit. My RAM is fairly close to the CPU:



I think the Hyper should be good.

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Any good coolers from newegg.com?
D-14 will clear your RAM as long as you don't have Vengeance or something that has heatsinks that make it like twice as tall. You should be fine.

Hyper 212+ can be had for less than $25 in some places, don't buy it for the price Newegg has it up for, it's a waste of money. Mugen 2 is a better buy for $40.

$100 for a CPU cooler is more than enough. D14 will get you pretty much the best air cooling and it won't break that budget. I'd also recommend taking a look at a Corsair H70, 60, etc. They're not as good as custom water-cooling loops but definitely will give you a good drop in temps, probably bringing you close to D14 temps. Plus, it'd be quiet. Hope this helps.
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D-14 will clear your RAM as long as you don't have Vengeance or something that has heatsinks that make it like twice as tall. You should be fine.

Hyper 212+ can be had for less than $25 in some places, don't buy it for the price Newegg has it up for, it's a waste of money. Mugen 2 is a better buy for $40.

$100 for a CPU cooler is more than enough. D14 will get you pretty much the best air cooling and it won't break that budget. I'd also recommend taking a look at a Corsair H70, 60, etc. They're not as good as custom water-cooling loops but definitely will give you a good drop in temps, probably bringing you close to D14 temps. Plus, it'd be quiet. Hope this helps.
The Silver Arrow is better and about the same price. I even own an NH-D14 and if I had to choose between the two I would pick the Silver Arrow lol

High profile memory isn't going to work with most CPU coolers. If you have high profile memory they won't work, but with low profile they will (high profile meaning Vengeance or Dominator style, low profile meaning OCZ Platinum, Ripjaws, or similar style.) If you do have high profile memory, the best and nearly only option is going to be the Venomous X.
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The Silver Arrow is better and about the same price. I even own an NH-D14 and if I had to choose between the two I would pick the Silver Arrow lol

High profile memory isn't going to work with most CPU coolers. If you have high profile memory they won't work, but with low profile they will (high profile meaning Vengeance or Dominator style, low profile meaning OCZ Platinum, Ripjaws, or similar style.) If you do have high profile memory, the best and nearly only option is going to be the Venomous X.
Thanks for info everyone!

My RAM isn't that big they're:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211457
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I'm pretty much in the same boat with summertime making me rather concerned with my temps, and after much seearching and reading reviews I decided to go with the Mugen 2. From everything I could find you really couldn't beat it in terms of price/performance ratio. I'm hoping it lives up to all the hype.
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