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post #11 of 24
Need a budget.

EDIT: Will help you in the morning. It's 5:00AM. I'm tired.
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post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by dustyjo View Post
Is there anything cheaper than that that cools well?
And that wouldn't require me to take the motherboard out?
If you want something that doesn't require a backplate your best bet is that Freezer 7 Pro IMO. I don't know many other push pin coolers that work as well as that one.
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Originally Posted by Silviastud View Post
If you want something that doesn't require a backplate your best bet is that Freezer 7 Pro IMO. I don't know many other push pin coolers that work as well as that one.
Alright then.
I'll see if I can get one (had one in an old build, works great)
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post #14 of 24
Not really... I'd recommend the $65 Ultra 120 extreme if it'll fit in your case and you definitely want one with a backplate.
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post #15 of 24
Yup ^^ I'll second that HSF. It really kicks some serious tin.
If you can't get the Extreme, the Ultra 120 is still powerful.
    
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post #16 of 24
I'm a liitle late here What is your ambient room temperature.
My stock cooler kept my E6700 in the low 40's idle and high 50's load with an ambient of 26-28°c, I use AS5.

The Thermalright Ultra Extreme is a great cooler, I've had phenominal results.
You do have to remove the board for the first installation though.
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I'm a liitle late here What is your ambient room temperature.
My stock cooler kept my E6700 in the low 40's idle and high 50's load with an ambient of 26-28°c, I use AS5.

The Thermalright Ultra Extreme is a great cooler, I've had phenominal results.
You do have to remove the board for the first installation though.
Right now the temperature in here is around 23C.
I'm not using the stock cooler (ordered OEM)
This is the one I'm using
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post #18 of 24
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Right now the temperature in here is around 23C.
I'm not using the stock cooler (ordered OEM)
This is the one I'm using
Ah I see.
Did you ever try the stock cooler?
Have you tried applying some pressure on the cooler to see the temps drop?
Those push-pin type coolers can be a PITA.
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Have you tried applying some pressure on the cooler to see the temps drop?
Those push-pin type coolers can be a PITA.
Yeah, temps stayed the same.
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post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by iampoor View Post
no thats wrong.

CPU temp programs do not work on c2d's simply ecause oif their sensors.

There is one next to each core (made as a reference for the cpu throttling) (what your utility reports)(not accurate).

There is also one off to the side which is what your BIOS gets.

Intel recommends for accurate temps you make an incision in the heatspreader and put a thermal probe there for temps.

Hmmmm probably should say joking at the end in case someone less knowledgeable took your word for it....lol
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