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Zalman 9700NT is great on dual cores
    
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I believe the OCZ Vandetta 2 is the best cooler in the market.
Newegg has it for arounf $40-50 IIRC.
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I believe the OCZ Vandetta 2 is the best cooler in the market.
Newegg has it for arounf $40-50 IIRC.
Just ordered it from amazon.com for $37.50, shipping included! Thanks guys.... and when I lap my CPU, what surface do I put the face down on?
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Just ordered it from amazon.com for $37.50, shipping included! Thanks guys.... and when I lap my CPU, what surface do I put the face down on?
Lay the sandpaper down, grit side up, preferably on the flattest surface possible (some people use a mirror or some type of glass) and then sand the CPU on that.
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tuniq tower is the best possible solution for your price range. If you don't want that, get a zalman 9500 or 9700.
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Just ordered it from amazon.com for $37.50, shipping included! Thanks guys.... and when I lap my CPU, what surface do I put the face down on?
Grats! Hope you enjoy it. Do check some one the reviews on newegg for it, theres this one that had lots of helpful information.
Hold on.. here it is-
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Pros: Heat Pipe Direct touch (HDT) is the newest design modification for these type of stand up coolers. All I can say is it works very well. Q6600 @ 1.44v / 3.6Ghz 60C 100% Load, for air it doesn't get better. My case is an Antec P182 and it fits no problem. Also you have at least a 10mm clearance of the DS3R Northbridge heat sink. The design comes from Xigmatek but there are a few modifications that make a difference, Turbulence caused by the small dimples on the fins adds to cooling performance. I love this HSF would gladly buy it again.

Cons: The Push pins, they are twice as hard to push in than any other I have used, This makes it a lot more secure than most but doing this inside the case carries a higher risk of stressing the contact between the CPU and heat sink, Do yourself a favor and remove the mobo first, same for the fan, attach it after you install the heatsink and also outside the case.

Other Thoughts: Benchmarkreviews.com did a very thorough review with this heatsink and many others using 1 x 120mm fan on all the heatsinks to eliminate the differences between fans. The Vendetta 2 beat them all. Get some OCZ freeze too, needs no cure time and its better than Arctic 5. Apply a small amount to each heat pipe on the cooler DO NOT put TIM on the CPU, it won't spread right because of the channels between the pipes. Always take off the heatsink after you install it to check what kind of contact you are getting before you rebuild your rig, saves time in the long run.

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tuniq tower is the best possible solution for your price range. If you don't want that, get a zalman 9500 or 9700.
He just ordered the Vandetta 2, which whoops not only the 9700, but the TRU120 too.
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http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...a_review/5.htm




these are my load temps
basically case with horrible airflow and case cover removed.
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