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What kind of temps can i expect from a Scythe Mine 2

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Trying to decide what type cooler i want for my sandy build. Im just curious as to what kind of temps i can expect to see from a Scythe Mine 2 on a overclocked 2500k. OC'ed to 4.5

Note: i would prefer temps from ppl that have actually used it, and not from the charts off google.

Also looking at the Mugen 3 and taking any suggestions, of course tell me why though!

Thanks in advance!

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Probably mugen 2 like temps as reviews put it in a similar caliber.
    
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Not as good as d14 or sa but not that far off it either. I can't understand why they dont include two fans in a two tower heatsink so pick up extra fan so you can run them a bit quieter.
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Not as good as d14 or sa but not that far off it either. I can't understand why they dont include two fans in a two tower heatsink so pick up extra fan so you can run them a bit quieter.
they'll include one in the near future...

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if you can get it cheap and you dont need the very best, it's a good option.
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