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Enzo vs. TT120X on a Q6600?

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I currently only have the stock HSF on my Q6600 and, to be frank, it sucks. I am planning on buying either an Enzotech Ultra-X or Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme with an FM121 clipped onto it. I'm just wondering - which one is better for quads?

Also, for the people who own these HSFs, is there anything I should know about them before buying/attempting to install them?
post #2 of 6
I have an Enzo, getting 55c on current Quad Core @ 3.0ghz.

Thermalright's a good cooler. If you don't trust the newcomer then maybe try those? I wouldn't rule them out too swiftly, though.
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I have an Enzo, getting 55c on current Quad Core @ 3.0ghz.
Wow . 55c at 3.0ghz. Methinks I'm going for the Enzo. Heh.

I get 60c idle on stock, so yeah, 55c load is impressive to me.
post #4 of 6
They're relatively new. No results guaranteed but you know... if someone didn't try it then no one would ever know?

If you want to ensure some degree of quality the Thermalright seems to be tried and true. I went with the Enzo on recommendation and just wanting to see what the other guys had in store for me. I'm not dissapointed by any means.

Good luck!
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the Thermalright 120 extreme w/ a decent 12cm fan on it is supposed to be the best cooler on the market. outdoing even the massive tuniq.
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Thermalright plus that fan is killer. You'll cool your proc down nicely. Go for it.
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