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hi all, my first post so go easy

I recently got hold of a new e8200 stock heatsink and was surprised to find its so tiny!

i replaced that with another cooler, but my brother is getting an e2160 and i want to know whether to use a normal 775 p4 heatsink, that he already has, or the e8200 stock heatsink that is smaller but may be more efficient.

I can't seem to find any benchmarks to help so maybe some experience?

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The stock heatsinks are just fine unless you are overclocking. If you plan to overclock get something else, but for stock CPUs its just fine.
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The stock heatsinks are just fine unless you are overclocking. If you plan to overclock get something else, but for stock CPUs its just fine.
I think you've missed my question

the 8200 stock intel heatsink is smaller than the e2160 stock heatsink.

i want to know which gives best cooling performance

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only use the smaller one if it has any copper fins
    
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http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ck-cooler.html

You just gotta try them out, I had found an old heatsink, turns out it worked great, but you might find otherwise. You'll never know until you try them out.
    
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AHhh sorry ;-)

I couldnt say which would give better performance, but the newer chip will run alot cooler so they have smaller heatsinks. My e6320 had the larger version, but the one that just came with the e8400 was like half the size. Temps where fine on the e8400.

My e6320 was OC to 3.0ghz on the stock intel heatsink however and never went above 46c even when gaming. SO the bigger heatsink should transfer more heat and disapte it faster than the smaller one.
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SO the bigger heatsink should transfer more heat and disapte it faster than the smaller one.
thats what i figured ill go with that then lol

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