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Sorry I wrote that wrong. I meant what other CPU cooler is behind the TRUE in performance. I can't use the TRUE on my case so can't go with that one.
TT120... The Ultima-90 is okay, but no where near the same performance.
post #22 of 37
ditch two of the uneeded side fans man, its worth it!! just use an extra one on the true and modding it somewhere else

the TRUE is worth the sacrifice !
    
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FreeRoller your such a joke mate seriously, ok you may be a complete and utter deluded fanboy but when you say things like...

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the TRUE120 is the best air cooling you can get for any CPU
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100% unbeatable
That arent true...thats supplying incorrect information to someone who's asking for advice

It has been proven, that the OCZ Vendetta is a better cooler than the TRUE, its simpler [No needing to lap, add more fans etc - which is extra money also] more effective, and in the UK at least its a lot cheaper - aswell as slightly smaller

I understand you may be fond of your TRUE, but please try and give advice that is factually correct and not just your opinion

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Im going to further back up my point in this post,

OCZ Vendetta - $34.99

Total: $34.99


TRUE - $59.99

Fans X2 - $7.99 [[X2]$15.98]

Lapping kit - $10.99

Total: $86.96


Vendetta - $34.99
TRUE - $86.96

Thats a difference of $51.97 to get slightly better cooling...

    
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FreeRoller your such a joke mate seriously, ok you may be a complete and utter deluded fanboy but when you say things like...





That arent true...thats supplying incorrect information to someone who's asking for advice

It has been proven, that the OCZ Vendetta is a better cooler than the TRUE, its simpler [No needing to lap, add more fans etc - which is extra money also] more effective, and in the UK at least its a lot cheaper - aswell as slightly smaller

I understand you may be fond of your TRUE, but please try and give advice that is factually correct and not just your opinion

Cheers
Every review site testing the TRU1E used low CFM fans(80CFM and less) You will never see someone on OCN(The smart people at least) recommending anything less than the Sythe S-Flex 122CFM 120mm fan. The TRU1E NEEDS extremely high CFM fans, it's how it works. I can be beaten extremely easily by worse heatsinks when running passively. It was not designed to use low CFM fans, the IFX-14 was made for that.
post #26 of 37
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Im going to further back up my point in this post,

OCZ Vendetta - $34.99

Total: $34.99


TRUE - $59.99

Fans X2 - $7.99 [[X2]$15.98]

Lapping kit - $10.99

Total: $86.96


Vendetta - $34.99
TRUE - $86.96

Thats a difference of $51.97 to get slightly better cooling...

Did you mean the Vendetta 2? Its the 120mm version of the Vendetta 1
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Im going to further back up my point in this post,

OCZ Vendetta - $34.99

Total: $34.99


TRUE - $59.99

Fans X2 - $7.99 [[X2]$15.98]

Lapping kit - $10.99

Total: $86.96


Vendetta - $34.99
TRUE - $86.96

Thats a difference of $51.97 to get slightly better cooling...

[Off Topic kind of]
You picked out terrible fans. The TRU1E needs atleast 100CFM fans on it. Only one is necessary. Two is a waste of money.
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PANAFLOW!!!! Love mine with TRUE...
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post #30 of 37
Xigmatek S1283 hands down...good price, best performance.
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