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post #11 of 35
My standard intel keeps my overclock E6750 cooler...
    
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it looks like a futuristc fancy orange.

probably the new version of terry's chocolate orange LOL
    
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78 load with a 45 nm quad at normal ambient temps (21-25) is totally unacceptable. Either their testing methodology sucks or the product sucks.
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i bought one, i was stupid and didnt read reviews, it barely manages to keep my E6300 oc'd @ 2.6 below 60 at load. i get around 56 folding with SMP client
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post #15 of 35
The scrap copper could be worth it tho lol...just need to snag a pallet of them...
tho i expect disassembly to be a B***h
post #16 of 35
i think a sledge hammer would make nice work of them, fun to
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post #17 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by biatchi View Post
The numbers suck but it looks purdy, Kind of like a copper Terry's chocolate orange
nom nom nom

I see only two heatpipes in contact with the base: which equals fail.
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post #18 of 35
When do we get to see the Cooler Master V8? That was an awesome looking cooler!
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post #19 of 35
The fail is EPIC! Im running it now on my sig rig, E6300 @2.6, its idling at 43

Its hit 58 before using OCCT, how much does that suck
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post #20 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by CyberDruid View Post
nom nom nom

I see only two heatpipes in contact with the base: which equals fail.
I looks like there are two in the front of the contact area and two in the back. I see what you're saying though and those numbers are terrible. I think it looks decent but I think beating the stock Intel is a requisite of ANY aftermarket cooler.
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