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u sed that i dont have enaf power for my cpu so i decided to replace my psu with higher wattage...y?
I didn't say you don't have enough power..
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I didn't say you don't have enough power..
sorry i get it...does cpu coolers have low power consumption?
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sorry i get it...does cpu coolers have low power consumption?
The heat sink itself doesn't consume power at all, the power that the fans consume are negligible.
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The heat sink itself doesn't consume power at all, the power that the fans consume are negligible.
ok tnx for the time dude
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Why not get A enclosed loop hybrid, like the h-70 ? I have had great experience with mine. It runs my overclock cool, very easy to install. It will cost around the same as a high end air cooler.
i cant see any h70 in our place which makes pc shops here sucks
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The D-14 is one of if not the best air cooler out there right now. The V6GT is far from dethroning it. If you wanna compare the V6GT to the V*, there's no comparison, V6GT beats the V8 hands down. However, if I'm not wrong, your Pentium Dual Core is the same as mine, E5200 right?? Coz you said it's 2.5GHz. If so, the Hyper 212 Plus is more than adequate for that chip. My chip at 3.48GHz with a Vcore of 1.348V maxes out at 58C in Orthos with an ambient of 22C. I've tested it at 4.2GHz with a Vcore of 1.58V, and temps never went above 70C with the same ambient.

EDIT: 3.58GHz
dude i know its late but can u show me some charts that compare v6gt and nh-d14?
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The D-14 is one of if not the best air cooler out there right now. The V6GT is far from dethroning it. If you wanna compare the V6GT to the V*, there's no comparison, V6GT beats the V8 hands down. However, if I'm not wrong, your Pentium Dual Core is the same as mine, E5200 right?? Coz you said it's 2.5GHz. If so, the Hyper 212 Plus is more than adequate for that chip. My chip at 3.48GHz with a Vcore of 1.348V maxes out at 58C in Orthos with an ambient of 22C. I've tested it at 4.2GHz with a Vcore of 1.58V, and temps never went above 70C with the same ambient.

EDIT: 3.58GHz
most of the charts i saw they showed me that nh-d14 is the best
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most of the charts i saw they showed me that nh-d14 is the best
Check out www.hardwarecanucks.com
Check out their reviews for both the V6 GT and the NH-D14. With their i7-920 at 3.8GHz, the V6 GT maxed out at 73C while the D14 maxed out at 77C.

EDIT: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...-review-8.html
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-10.html
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Check out www.hardwarecanucks.com
Check out their reviews for both the V6 GT and the NH-D14. With their i7-920 at 3.8GHz, the V6 GT maxed out at 73C while the D14 maxed out at 77C.

EDIT: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...-review-8.html
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-10.html
your right dude thnx
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where do you live?

I am also from the PH
PC supplies in the philippines is slightly improving based on my observation

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