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I put through an order to my work address in Houston.

The total bill came to 41.79 pounds including shipping (12.80) which takes six days

In US Dollars thats about 80 bucks
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lol, shafted... good coolers though.... a TTBT can hit 25c idle with a Opty 165
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I put through an order to my work address in Houston.

The total bill came to 41.79 pounds including shipping (12.80) which takes six days

In US Dollars thats about 80 bucks
Cool, Guess when I get 80 bucks I know where its goin then. lol
    
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My tuniq allows me to run my e6600 @ 3.4 gHz 24/7 with load tempts not exceeding 47C
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My tuniq allows me to run my e6600 @ 3.4 gHz 24/7 with load tempts not exceeding 47C
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post #16 of 27
I would have to say

Tuniq Tower
Thermaltake Big tower
Zalman CNPS 9500
post #17 of 27
You really quite clued up on these things Enterprise but is their a silent solution? preferably one that you can add a fan or two on to later just in case?
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You really quite clued up on these things Enterprise but is their a silent solution? preferably one that you can add a fan or two on to later just in case?
Who cares about silent, I just want performance.
    
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post #19 of 27
I would also have to say that the Tuniq Tower 120 is the very best, that's why I have two and in both cases the CPUs never go above 43c-44c when at full load.

search in places like svc.com or coolerguys.com or frozencpu.com...........that's about the only 3 places that had it.
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try a artic cooler 7 my pentium d 940 3.2 is at 3.87 24\\7 and with volts at 1.55 with temps never going passed 40on full load and never passing 25 on idle
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