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post #11 of 17
18.99 after rebate+free shipping
gemin II
http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...-19-after.html
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For a bit more cash, what about an Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7?
ewiz has it for $21.75 or something along those lines with free shipping.
The arctic freezer 7 can't fit in the case I want. And do you think ewiz, newegg or anything works for me ?
    
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post #13 of 17
I kicked myself when seeing the price from ewiz, it was super cheap (I paid more for mine).

Really nice cooler (except that it uses the same stupid spring clips like the stock cooler). Fan is side mounted, and reviews on newegg are very good. Overall i'm happy with it.
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18.99 after rebate+shipping
gemin II
http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...-19-after.html
Are you blind or what, I live 5000 miles away
    
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post #15 of 17
Sorry, didn't realize you're in Bulgaria. Somewhat short-sighted of me. If you're on a really tight budget, then try to get your hands on a stock cooler cheaply. If unused, it will still have the TIM on it, so no worries about grease or otherwise.
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Are you blind or what, I live 5000 miles away
just knoticed lol, i never pay attention to country lol
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Sorry, didn't realize you're in Bulgaria. Somewhat short-sighted of me. If you're on a really tight budget, then try to get your hands on a stock cooler cheaply. If unused, it will still have the TIM on it, so no worries about grease or otherwise.
Evercool compared to the stock is much better and only 3-4$ more. So I am getting the evercool and after 2 months max I will be getting TR Ultima-90 so no worries
    
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