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since im making another rig im taking water cooling away from my main
i want good cooling for it
i have a 850xt and pentium d
i need cooling for both
not really expensive
post #2 of 12
i would get the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro if you want good cooling for cheap price...otherwise the Noctua NH-U12 double the price but works really good...and looks good if you replace the stock 120mm with a Cooler Master blue LED 120mm
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first
i need it from newegg
and second
what bout vga cooling
post #4 of 12
CPU HSF:
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
Noctua NH-U12 (not ava. from Newegg)
Tuniq Tower 120 pretty much the same as the NHU12 except bigger but around same performance

not really familiar with VGA coolers since i dont use one
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oh btw...the Tuniq doesnt come with a 120mm fan...so you gotta buy one and check the dimensions to make sure it fits...try getting a LED one (its gonna look so hot since the light will shine through the fins Xp
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Originally Posted by TimBitz View Post
oh btw...the Tuniq doesnt come with a 120mm fan...so you gotta buy one and check the dimensions to make sure it fits...try getting a LED one (its gonna look so hot since the light will shine through the fins Xp


Everywhere I've seen it, the Tuniq comes with it's own 9-bladed fan..
    
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post #7 of 12
uh uh, the tuniq is bett3r then the noctua, go with tuniq tower 120 if u can..
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can anyone reccomend a vga cooler
i dont need the cpu cooler
i found one in my local compusa
post #9 of 12
Zalman's are great GFX coolers. Just don't get the Fatal1ty (Gaytal1y) ones.
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the zalman vga ones arent 2 bad mate
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