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What cooler for e7200 @ 3600Mhz

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This would be enough for me if this chipy can get it. I would like to keep it stable and cool, at this freq.
I`m kinda sceptical about mosfet and NB cooling, so I would like some sink with fan faced downwards, so what do you suggest me?

Big typhoon is too big and too heavy, I would like to be around 500grams, and able to fit everything on x38-ds4 mobo...

Are these good:
zalman cnps 8700nt
thermaltake CL-P0369

or should I just look for some tower, and forget the mobo (don`t think I`ll go extreme and raise NB voltage significantly)...
Edited by wolfy87 - 6/6/08 at 5:22am
    
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How about this? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835118019
Its something like 750 grams, so it's a little heavy. But it will cool your processor much better than those other 2. Also, newegg has a deal on em.
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yeap, i agree too! those three are top performers here.
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Don't forget the TRUE (Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme) though, its still the best air cooler out there IMO, its just very pricey for what it is. There are better value for money heatsinks out there - the ones I suggested for a start.
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ok, thanks guys...I did asked for lower weight...I donţ know how will my mobo react(and don`t like to think about it ) on larger weight...

So I shouldn`t worry for mosfets and nb, the passive is enough?
    
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I like the TRUE more than the others. It can run passive, but I advise you to get a fan.
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ok, thanks guys...I did asked for lower weight...I donţ know how will my mobo react(and don`t like to think about it ) on larger weight...

So I shouldn`t worry for mosfets and nb, the passive is enough?
The passive cooling on the board is fine up until you start going for extreme clocks. As for weight, weight really isn't a prblem. I have a 750gm big typhoon on my board plus a heavy zalman fan on top and my board doesn't mind, Its pretty tough, just don't go throwing your case about
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Thanks coffejunky, I`d be good with one Zalman 9700 led I guess... >D
    
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