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are they all pretty quiet?
The fans on my NH-D14 are at full RPM most of the time due to me folding. While they are noticeable, they sound like a low hum. When they are not under load I can't hear them at all.
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post #32 of 43
I have an older Dark Knight im using on my C2D E8500. Will it work as a better cooler then the stock HSF if I get an i5 2500k/i7 2600k? $80 is alot to swallow for a freaking HSF, and im not even sure if I wanna attempt overclocking with Sandy Bridge this round
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post #33 of 43
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I have an older Dark Knight im using on my C2D E8500. Will it work as a better cooler then the stock HSF if I get an i5 2500k/i7 2600k? $80 is alot to swallow for a freaking HSF, and im not even sure if I wanna attempt overclocking with Sandy Bridge this round
Overclocking the 2500K or the 2600K is actually easier than breathing.

Anyway, I believe that the Dark Knight will work. If it does, then it will most certainly be better than the stock cooling that comes with either the 2500K or the 2600k because it's just that stock junker again (like the one that came with the E8500).

However, you don't have to spend $80 to get a good air cooler for Sandy Bridge. For example: it turns out that the Thermaltake Frio is actually a good air cooler, but I only paid $49.99 shipped for it even though it's $57.99 shipped now.
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post #34 of 43
Take a look at the sandy stable club for cooling and temperature reference. It might help you make a decision.
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post #35 of 43
Why/how so easy? Is it just upping the FSB speed like I have on my E8500 setup?
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post #36 of 43
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Why/how so easy? Is it just upping the FSB speed like I have on my E8500 setup?
It's exactly the opposite: at the most basic level, all you have to do is increase the multiplier and the core voltage. The FSB (now known as the BCLK) stays at 100.0 MHz unless you end up needing to do more fine tuning once you reach a very high overclock. In case you're wondering: I haven't touched my BCLK yet.
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post #37 of 43
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It's exactly the opposite: at the most basic level, all you have to do is increase the multiplier and the core voltage. The FSB (now known as the BCLK) stays at 100.0 MHz unless you end up needing to do more fine tuning once you reach a very high overclock. In case you're wondering: I haven't touched my BCLK yet.
Wait, since when did Intel give us unlocked multipliers for a low price vs making us pay out the ass for extreme editions of their products? This is news to me. How far can you push a i5 or i7 without increasing the voltage to keep temps down?
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post #38 of 43
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Wait, since when did Intel give us unlocked multipliers for a low price vs making us pay out the ass for extreme editions of their products? This is news to me. How far can you push a i5 or i7 without increasing the voltage to keep temps down?
This is only possible on the i5-2500K and the i7-2600K.

Anyway, I don't know how far they can be pushed without increasing the voltage. However, there's no need to worry about it. I mean just take a look at my sig rig: 4.8GHz with air cooling.
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post #39 of 43
I still can't decide on either a i5 2500k or i7 2600k for my needs. I need this new build to last while
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post #40 of 43
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I still can't decide on either a i5 2500k or i7 2600k for my needs. I need this new build to last while
Well right now, the 2600K is only a good investment if you are using applications that can take advantage of HyperThreading. Otherwise, if the most demanding use of your computer is gaming, then the 2500K is the absolute best choice. Besides, you'll be able to replace the 2500K with an Ivy Bridge CPU (which is scheduled to come out early 2012) without replacing the motherboard.
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