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Originally Posted by Qtrmeg View Post

I looked at the 4570S because I am very worried about the heat in the Lian Li Q03, but that is a fanless case. Even so, any Intel chip is going to run cool most of the time. When I need to crank things up, (rarely), I don't want to be trottled back. That is why I went with the Zalman cooler, except I would use the Extreme ver with higher rpm. In the Sugo with case fan I think a 4570 with stock cooler would run fine, no need for the S or T version.

Am I wrong? I ask because I am not certain.
In the SG05 the 4570 would be fine, but who doesn't like lower temps smile.gif. S versions are great for fanless cases like the Q03.
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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

In the SG05 the 4570 would be fine, but who doesn't like lower temps smile.gif. S versions are great for fanless cases like the Q03.

Plus lower power usage, but I have been weakened by the good deals at micro center. They have a 4670K for $20 more than the 4570S, so I think I will get that. Got a good deal on the mobo with newegg too, just saw it's $15 more today, so perfect timing for me.biggrin.gif
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Dtek v2 Water Windows 7 Pro Fedora 16 LG4250 42" LCD TV 
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Also check out Hitachi 7000 4TB it's playing on some low prices.
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