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Contemplating either a 9500/9700 Zalman or a TRUE. Which will give me the most noticeable temp decrease? I cant seem to hit past 3.4ghz with the freezer. Thanks guys
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i dont think youll get more than a 5C drop with a true and less with a 9700 and i bet none with a 9500. 3.4 is pretty high with a 8x multi
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The TRUE will be much better than the Zalmans.
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I can't get over 3.6 with my E8400 (too much heat) with the AC 7 Pro.
I have an OCZ Vendetta 2 on the way.
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What about Tuniq Towers, any good?
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Originally Posted by fived View Post
Contemplating either a 9500/9700 Zalman or a TRUE. Which will give me the most noticeable temp decrease? I cant seem to hit past 3.4ghz with the freezer. Thanks guys
i doubt this is your temps. i would guess youve hit the limit with your chip.

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I can't get over 3.6 with my E8400 (too much heat) with the AC 7 Pro.
I have an OCZ Vendetta 2 on the way.
I would doubt that very much an 8400 kicks out lots less heat than a 65nm chip. on a 45nm with a AC you should run into the mox safe voltage before you run into bad temps. try reseating the cooler or reappling thermal paste.
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post #7 of 8
If you want a decent and affordable upgrade - the Tuniq Tower, OCZ Vendetta 2, and Xigmatek 120 HDT are all around $30-45 and beat out the overpriced 9700/9500....

If you want to go all out - get a TRUE, lap it, and stick a 120x38 w/ 80+ CFM onto it
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i doubt this is your temps. i would guess youve hit the limit with your chip.



I would doubt that very much an 8400 kicks out lots less heat than a 65nm chip. on a 45nm with a AC you should run into the mox safe voltage before you run into bad temps. try reseating the cooler or reappling thermal paste.
"I would doubt that very much an 8400 kicks out lots less heat than a 65nm chip. on a 45nm with a AC you should run into the mox safe voltage before you run into bad temps. try reseating the cooler or reappling thermal paste."

Up to 3.6 it's fine.
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