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E6600 HSF Choice..

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I cant decide between the Zalman NCPS9700 or the Thermaltake BigTyphoon VX. Which one do u think would be better for the E6600 when i oc it?
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Thermaltake has a better reputation than zalman. While zalmans look sweet, thermaltakes tend to do the job better.
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Well the new Zalman NCPS9700 isnt out yet.. but it has a 120mm fan instead of a 92mm fan now. Would that make that much more of a difference?
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bigger fans usually mean more cfm, more power needed, and they can either mean louder or quieter, depending on the fan quality.
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