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post #21 of 24
Many people have posted good results with the Freezer Pro. While there are better coolers for more money, from what I have seen the Freezer Pro has great cost/benefit ratio.

The cooler you are using now is basically an aftermarket design for the OEM style, and not very effective.
post #22 of 24
The Arctic Freezer 7 Pro will work fine, judging from my own experience. I've had my E6300 up to 3.72Ghz with the AC Freezer but of course not good for 24/7 use
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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.
Not really what? He said he wanted something he didn't have to pull the motherboard for...

I would have recommended something much better but I was trying to fit the bill.
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I would have recommended something much better but I was trying to fit the bill.
Didn't mean anything by my suggestion. Sometimes people don't know what they want. Pulling a board isn't really a big deal and what really matter here is the end game. If that means spending a few extra bucks and 30-45 min pulling a board, I think he'll be happier with the outcome with a real HS like the u-120 or u-120 X. Just my 2 cents...
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