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I use the cooler master V8. I like it a lot, my BD has been under prime 95 for 2 hours now temps stay at 35 celsius on low fan speed. On high it stay at around 33 celsius under load. IDLE she stays at around 20-21 C. But she is not OCed yet and the vcore is 1.1875 right now. going by my core temp gadget.
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Originally Posted by Bruizer View Post

That's how I was raised.
Unfortunately now I seem to be stuck between the Enermax and the Zalman CNPS10X Performa. Oh decisions, decisions, decisions.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214023
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118059
But truth be told, I have a secret desire for this heatsink. Unfortunately it only allows for one fan. One may be enough, but if I needed a pull fan I would have to Jerry-rig it. thinking.gif
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835288001

i read the evga's fins are dippled and help in the heat transfer.looks good as is, so if you try to match the color at least when modding it. and true, that enermax looks like will match the 212. i had a 212 and was enuf for 4GHz. any higher it struggles. prolly more on the vcore.

check out the ocn market. you might find a more efficient cooler for cheap.
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The First: WHOA!!! A little big.
The Second: A little big but definitely one to think on.
The Third: Angle at which it sits would require I buy newer, low profile ram and the reviews aren't blowing me away.

The EVGA cooler is the desire of my heart. But unfortunately, it has the limitations of one fan, and reviews show that if you were to replace the main fan (if it were to die or I did not want LEDs) you would have to do so with an equally powerful fan. And one of that power that is PWN appears to be something not easy to come by. But it's "as-is" state in which it is sold is shown to be really effective in almost all reviews i Have found online.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835288001

And then there is the one that is tempting my heart but is way over my original budget...the Thermaltake Frio.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106150

Might have to wait this one out to see if any of them go on sale. It won't exactly be the end of the world if I have to hold on to my Zalman a little longer...or will it? (South Carolina summers...Dum dum dum!!!)
post #14 of 33
Corsair h60, Antec h2o 620? what about those?
post #15 of 33
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I've thought about water cooling. A while back I did some investigating and almost got an Corsair H80 when it was on sale at Newegg. Don't think the H60 and the likes would be enough for my overclocked 1100T which is like a furnace it would appear.. Sucker heats up and I would like to attempt 4.0Ghz (unfortunately my old Gigabyte 770 that died seemed to be able to clock better at lower voltage than the replacement Gigabyte 790 I just got recently). Having dredged through countless reviews of almost every heatsink at this point I've learned the H60 and equivalent are inline with similar priced air cooled setups. Move up to the H80 and the likes and its a bit of a different story, but so is the price tag. But if I had the money, I'd swipe a H80 in heartbeat.

I think for me it will ultimately come down to the EVGA and Thermaltake. (Of course a shell shocker on the H80 could change that)

The Enermax was a nice thought, but since I upgraded the fan on my Zalman from stock to the one listed below a week ago I'm not really sure if the difference would be enough to justify purchasing the just the Enermax (or the 212 competitor).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103070
post #16 of 33
The Enermax silencio cooler is a great deal and from what here out performs the cm hypr 121+ and evo.. i would definatly look into it smile.gif
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post #17 of 33
50c in prime? That's fine how it is.
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post #18 of 33
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Quote:
Originally Posted by stubass View Post

The Enermax silencio cooler is a great deal and from what here out performs the cm hypr 121+ and evo.. i would definatly look into it smile.gif

See, I was thinking the Enermax was a good deal too. But then I looked up reviews for the VD version (as opposed to the TB version) which is only different in the regards the fan has LEDs and is slightly less powerful. The group of reviews that came up were not as favorable in what they had to say as the select other few had been. Granted the fan on the VD is slightly less powerful, the rest of the heatsink is not any different though.

And like I said, having modified my Zalman with a better fan I do not know if the difference between the two would be significant enough to warrant purchasing the Enermax as my new heatsink.
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Originally Posted by jagz View Post

50c in prime? That's fine how it is.

But if I'm correct, the actual core temp is 12 degrees celsius higher than HWMonitor reads (confirmed by AMD Overdrive), and the max safe/recommended core temp by AMD is 62C. I may be wrong though.

And plus, summer has not even arrived yet.
Edited by Bruizer - 4/3/12 at 2:11pm
post #19 of 33
and Corsair A70? and Noctua NH U12P SE2?

P.S: FRIO performs like V6GT which performs like H60, which are less silent than NH U12P SE2 and it performs the same
post #20 of 33
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and Corsair A70? and Noctua NH U12P SE2?
P.S: FRIO performs like V6GT which performs like H60, which are less silent than NH U12P SE2 and it performs the same

The Noctura is too expensive. I've looked into the A70. The only thing about the A70 is that is mounts vertically blowing up. However, I did find a guide on this website that shows what appears to be a simple method to remedy this by simply buying 4 small 30mm bolts from the local hardware store. Just don't know if I want to spend $40 dollars and then risk messing something up or not getting it to work if you feel me.
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