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Thermaltake contact 29 BP for overclocking ?

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Hello all , i need to change my ventirad to have better cooling .
Actually i have Cooler Master CI5-9IDSP-P1-GP but it is too noisy ..
I think buy the Thermaltake Contact 29 but i would like to know if it's good choice for an E2140 overclocked of 1.6 at 2.2 ghz

I let one link of the Thermaltake :http://www.rueducommerce.fr/Composants/Refroidissement-par-Air/Ventirad-Processeur/THERMALTAKE/4844920-Ventirad-pour-processeur-THERMALTAKE-Contac-29BP-Socket-Intel-775-1155-1156-1366-et-AMD-AM2-AM2-AM3.htm
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http://www.rueducommerce.fr/Composants/Refroidissement-par-Air/Ventirad-Processeur/COOLER-MASTER/4855221-Ventirad-pour-processeur-COOLERMASTER-Hyper-212-EVO-Socket-AMD-AM2-AM2-AM3-AM3-FM1-et-INTEL-775-1155-1156-1366-2011.htm
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Thread Starter 
Thanks man it's similar model ? or the thermaltake is one **** ?
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Cooler master outperforms that Thermaltake and I think is good for 2.4 if you want
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Thread Starter 
tu up my overclocking at 2.4 ghz?
post #6 of 8
or more deppends in type of case, fans installed, if your cpu has good temps, type of TIM you use, if you set another cooler for the heatsink,and more
post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 
With my OEM (not original Fan ) i have 55°c , i would like to change my case to take better , with lot of place for fan ...
I would like tu purchase this case :
http://www.rueducommerce.fr/Composants/Boitier-PC/Boitier-sans-alimentation/NZXT/4852953-Boitier-PC-NZXT-Source-210-Noir.htm
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