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post #31 of 60
Quite suprised that the TRUE is so low down on the list.
post #32 of 60
Yup...OCZ Vendetta 2. Although I would have liked to see the Vendetta 2 compared against the TR IFX-14.

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Originally Posted by HauntSheep View Post
In tests the OCZ Vendetta dominates the TRUE...
yeah in one review. I would hardly call that consistent.

I wanna see the comparison with a 3.6ghz quad and I damn well guarantee the true will dominate that ocz. 3 heatpipes cannot compete with 6.
    
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I wanna see the comparison with a 3.6ghz quad and I damn well guarantee the true will dominate that ocz. 3 heatpipes cannot compete with 6.

If all other things were equal then that would be correct. However, the base of the Vendetta 2 is not convex like the TRUE so it may be making more contact plus the pipes are exposed so that's one less layer of material that the heat must transfer through to get to the pipes, the heatpipes on the OCZ may be bigger in diameter as well. Also, who knows how much difference the fin size and shape might make. There are other differences that go beyond 3 pipes vs. 6. I would also like to see some corroborating tests from other sources though.

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post #35 of 60
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3 heatpipes cannot compete with 6.
They can, if the design is right. It's all about design.
post #36 of 60
Zalman CNPS9700

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Originally Posted by thealmightyone View Post
My TRUE will whoop your zalman any day. Copper does not automatically mean it's the best; design is as important as the material used.
So, let it whoop it, at the end of the day, I'll be overclocked.
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post #37 of 60
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well I check the ZeroTherm BTF 90, and install sounds hard to install like the bracket to mount on the bottom of my motherboard? So I looking for one that is easy and provides great airflow and not to bad notice, so let me know ASAP.
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So the Zalman 9700 sounds like a great fan and will it fit on my motherboard with any problems at all?
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post #39 of 60
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Originally Posted by HauntSheep View Post
Good for you luv, at least my has style n looks good =)

The TRUE is lame and common as muck...
While i agree with the Zalman, i disagree with anything that you believe to be stylish, considering your violet text color.

Why just aim for a copper heatsink? Just hit the reviews and find the best heatsink, which i believe is the TRUE.

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So the Zalman 9700 sounds like a great fan and will it fit on my motherboard with any problems at all?
The Zalman requires you to take out the mobo to install the backplate, but it should be compatable with your mobo. According to the Zalman site, it is compatible with all known motherboards.
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post #40 of 60
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well I check the ZeroTherm BTF 90, and install sounds hard to install like the bracket to mount on the bottom of my motherboard? So I looking for one that is easy and provides great airflow and not to bad notice, so let me know ASAP.
The Zalman 9700 is the same way.

All good Skt 775 coolers have a bottom bracket.
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