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Originally Posted by EVGA Overclocker View Post
LOl it was made for I7
I looked at the specs on newegg, and it didn't list i7, so I was kinda wondering.
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post #12 of 16
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I looked at the specs on newegg, and it didn't list i7, so I was kinda wondering.
thats what EVGA used when testing out there new EVGA x58 Mobo. And the Thermaltake V1 is nice too.
    
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Originally Posted by EVGA Overclocker View Post
thats what EVGA used when testing out there new EVGA x58 Mobo. And the Thermaltake V1 is nice too.
V8 is pretty nice, but the V1 is definitely not good, especially for an i7.
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Originally Posted by Marin View Post
V8 is pretty nice, but the V1 is definitely not good, especially for an i7.
Some of the EVGA mods used the V1 and they said it worked pretty nice with there I7.
    
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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by EVGA Overclocker View Post
LOl it was made for I7
No it wasn't. Although Coolermaster does provide 1366 brackets for the v8 cooler.

Here's another top cooler for the i7: Noctua NH-U12P.
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Yup just got one too. "TRUE" Also research about lapping too cuz everyone telling me to do it.
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