A decent cpu cooler thats overlooked is the Cooler Master Hyper N520. It has dual 92 mm fans and 5 heatpipes, I went from 2.6 Ghz from my 1035T to 3.25 Ghz and after 4 or 5 hours on prime 95 my temps never went above 48 degrees. As long as you have adequate airflow in your case (which you clearly do) and don't mine the fact that is has no fanspeed control then I would take a look at it. Theres not a ton of reviews online but it is a good cooler. If you decide to get it the only warning I have is that the thermal compound it comes with is great but it takes some burn in time, at first your temps will be about 5 to 7 degrees warmer then what they would be after it burns in but even so you will still get lower temps then stock off the bat. Hope this helps.
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8/18/12 at 4:20pm