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They divided/balanced the weight with plastic holding up the cooler, which is warped onto the PSU area. You can use plastic rope to do the same.
I see. What is that heatsink?
post #12 of 38
The Titan Amanda (dual 80mm, rebadged MACS branded TEC). It was a little beast in it's day, but gets outperformed to many coolers of today.
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The Titan Amanda (dual 80mm, rebadged MACS branded TEC). It was a little beast in it's day, but gets outperformed to many coolers of today.
I think it was dual 92
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post #14 of 38
If you're going to buy the copper TRUE you might as well water-cool, you'll get a lot better temps. Seriously, you're only getting a few degrees of difference, that really is not going to be any significant change at all, for only slightly more money you could get a sweet water cooling setup. The copper TRUE is a waste of money and copper if you ask me.

If you can't afford to water-cool just get the best performing air cooler you can for the cheapest amount of money.
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I think it was dual 92
Oh yeah, it was dual 92mm. And got shaven off by the TRUE and such. The PCI controller for the TEC was a little hastle, but in the times of Zalman coolers, it was a solid one. Then came CoolerMaster V10, which had it's TEC automatically controlled. Then again it ended up to be ineffective. The best thing to do would be putting your own TEC (make it 200W none of these weak 50W. Weak TEC's are useless) under a good cooler.
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I had one, very very nice. I wouldnt say that the temps were better than the original true 120 but it sure was heavier. almost 5 lbs. I sold it with my entire 1366 system for $210 to dump it all only 4 months ago, sry

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it sure is sexy though
    
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I had one, very very nice. I wouldnt say that the temps were better than the original true 120 but it sure was heavier. almost 5 lbs. I sold it with my entire 1366 system for $210 to dump it all only 4 months ago, sry

Yes it is... blingtastic!

Although I most likely will not be getting one. Most likely a Thermax Eclipse II, as it seems to beat everything else in temps(including D14 and SA), which is most important to me.
post #19 of 38
What about this?



Left Megashadow , right Megahalems both are better than TRUE 120 and they are very nice in their appereance
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What about this?



Left Megashadow , right Megahalems both are better than TRUE 120 and they are very nice in their appereance
Yeah, Megahalems is an awesome 'sink, but not the best. And yes, its handsome as well, the Mega Shadow is smexy
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