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post #11 of 18
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Yeah, see thats what I thought.

Excuse the Norwegian site, it's just that that's where I buy, and I don't know any US ones by hear.

Is THIS the one we are talking about? From that store the price is(445/6,5 for USD=) 70 dollars. It won't be in stock before 29 though

So that one would definitively do it, right?
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post #12 of 18
Yeah, that's the one but that's a heck of a lot of money for that, here in the US is only $40, but I guess the shipping to your country is what makes it a little higher in price. Nonetheless, that should do a great job in overclocking your PCU.

Is it possible that you could find a Tuniq Tower 120 in Europe? That'll be the best heat-sink/fan if not, the Big Typhoon will be great also.
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by Nasgul
oh damn! I didn't see you had the stock heat-sinkk/fan, that's horrible, if possible I think you should get a Thermaltake Big Typhoon or one of those Ninja cooler. The one with aluminum fins and copper heat-pipes are the best type of heat-sink for an Intel CPU.

I'd do that first before I do any overclocking if I were you. Even if the stock seems to be OK, I never trusted that thing at all.

2nd that motion
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post #14 of 18
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You know, after reading a few Norwegian tests, I will go with the Big Typhoon if it is good enough. Is it?
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post #15 of 18
big typhoon will work wonders for non watercooled option. i also put a silverstone fan on big typhoon over stock fan and my 6600 is running 3.5 stable with temps at 36 idle
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post #16 of 18
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Ok, so where do I go from that when I get it?
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post #17 of 18
The Big Typhoon (Referred as BT later) isn't as good as people think.
Yes, it will give good performance, but there is several coolers that can beat it.
Take the Scythe Mine for example. Villainstone (Someone on this forum) has a load temp of 25c while the ambient temp. is ~23c.

*EDIT*

Oh yeah, 445NOK is an extremely high price! I think it goes around here in Denmark for 250DKK, which tranlates to ~270NOK.

*EDIT2*

Man, that site has some very high prices. Scythe Mine is 345 NOK It's running for 210 DKK in Denmark :O!
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post #18 of 18
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Ok, so which of THESE are the best then?
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