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i think better to buy is Zalman Performa
but with this you either blow the air straight to the top of your case or straight down to your graphics card.
i dont like any of zalmans coolers. not. one.
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Alright thank you xd_1771 and 2thAche! I'll keep those Sunbeam, Noctua, and general water coolers in mind. However, those very mixed ratings for those Sunbeams makes me a bit iffy :/. I think I'll stick with the CM Hyper 212 Plus due to the backing of 1,200+ 5 Egg reviews. It'll make me feel a bit more secure at the end of each day(once I purchase it of course). But thank you... really! . I appreciate the feedback.
    
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My Titan Fenir Evo was an amazing cooler, it let me get up to 4.2GHZ easily, but the temps weren't something I wanted to run 24/7 Folding at the time. Regarding my current water cooling, I'm running 38C max Core Temp under full load at 4.5GHZ. Best $150 I ever spent and it was easy to install.
Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 8/21/11 at 6:17pm
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My X4 955 C3 needed custom water for 4.3ghz daily with 1.62v
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CoolerMaster V6 GT works great for me.
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