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http://www.overclockers.ru/lab/55226_5/Obzor_i_testirovanie_nizkoprofilnyh_kulerov_Ice_Hammer_Zalman_Noctua_Scythe_i_Thermalright.html

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All tests were performed in a standard system case, under normal system fan speed. The room temperature during testing was 27 degrees Celsius.

The test configuration consisted of the following components:

Motherboard: ASUS F2A85-M;
The CPU: AMD A10-5800K;
Thermal interface: Zalman ZM-STG2;
Video: integrated core Radeon HD 7660D;
Memory: DDR3-1866 Module 2 4096 MB, Kingston KHX1866C9D3K2/8G;
Disk Subsystem: SSD OCZ Vertex;
Housing: Silverstone SUGO SG02-F;
Power Supply: Corsair VS450.

Poster processor tested in two modes: a typical HTPC state, and for acceleration up to 4000 MHz for computing modules and 950 MHz for the GPU. Energy-saving technology for acceleration remained active, the technology of automatic overclocking Turbo Core has been deactivated, tensions remained regular.

Temperature monitoring and fan speed was done with SpeedFan version 4.49, the heating processor was Linpack test software package SCR version 4.4.0, the graphical part reheated using FurMark version 1.10.6. Tests were conducted for 30 minutes, then cooled down to the processor during the same time and the test was repeated twice for the comparison results. In the chart below shows the highest temperature recorded during the test series. Uses the sensor TMPIN 0.

Since all coolers with fans of various sizes, they were tested only with the regular fans. The tests were selected modes of operation corresponding to the method of testing 92-mm fans: 1,800 rpm as the maximum threshold, the 1400 revolutions per minute, which was a reasonable compromise between performance and noise level, and 1,000 rpm - the brink of acoustic comfort

Thermalright AXP-100 does pretty well for the noise level , is ~$60 at Superbiiz

Noctua NH-L9a seems to be overrated although it is $50 over at Newegg

Excuse the Google translate.

Temperate in simple = idle temp
Temperature the load = Load temp
Speed rotation = RPM
Edited by AlphaC - 7/26/13 at 4:31pm
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The L9 is also tiny compared to the AXP100/BigShuriken2...
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i5 3570k @4,6GHz ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe Sapphire 7870XT @1,2GHz 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveCoolingPowerCase
Crucial Noctua U14S & Prolimatech MK26 (+1x Noctua A15) Antec HCP 1300 Lian Li X1000 
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i5 3570k @4,6GHz ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe Sapphire 7870XT @1,2GHz 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveCoolingPowerCase
Crucial Noctua U14S & Prolimatech MK26 (+1x Noctua A15) Antec HCP 1300 Lian Li X1000 
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