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Which one of those is better to cool my E6600. I am selling my WC that is why I am buying one of those. Also I want the one that is higher up from the Motherboard, in case I decide to add a aftermarket cooler to my northbridge.
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Which one of those is better to cool my E6600. I am selling my WC that is why I am buying one of those. Also I want the one that is higher up from the Motherboard, in case I decide to add a aftermarket cooler to my northbridge.
Both are great coolers, I'm partial to the Extreme.
The TT is a bit wider I believe, maybe more issues fitting an NB cooler.
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Which one of those is better to cool my E6600. I am selling my WC that is why I am buying one of those. Also I want the one that is higher up from the Motherboard, in case I decide to add a aftermarket cooler to my northbridge.
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Put a Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme on an e6600 this weekend. See in my system specs for how it's worked so far. Have a more work to do on the OC so, things should get even better.

There has been a lot of discussion concerning the TU120X having a convex contact area. I read on another thread that Thermalright does this on purpose. So I tried it (with AS5) and it sure seems to work.

I use CPUTemp .095 and the bios to detect temps. Think the temps are reporting a little low because it's idling at the same temp as ambient.
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I bet it is idling at ambient. The Ultra 120 Extreme seems to be an awesome cooler, and a lot of people have it idling at ambient. Mine's idling about a degree above ambient, and as you can see, it's up at 3 Ghz.
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