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well I have been looking for the absolute best air cooled heatsink and many reviews state that the true is nearly the best but the Titan's TTC-NK85TZ caught my eye in a few stomping the true along with all other heatsinks although I cannot find where to purchase this any idea's?
    
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get one of these they are 1/2 the price of true and work just as well

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233029
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thanks I will check it out I just really need something that will allow me to air overclock without having to worry about turning my cpu into molten garbage
    
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u can always get the TRUE or Megatron. i plan on getting on of them
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get a notuca cooler.
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The Thermalright IFX-14 ($59.95 at Jab-Tech)has shown to be the best cooler from what I have seen:
xBitlabs: Prolimatech Megahalems and 12 Other Coolers for Intel Core i7 Overclocking

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Today’s test session didn’t reveal anything sensational: the most efficient cooling system is again Thermalright IFX-14. Its advantage over the rivals on the Intel Core i7 platform is indisputable. This cooler left everyone behind in both configurations – with one and two fans. As for the configuration when IFX-14 comes with three 140-mm fans, only high-quality liquid-cooling systems could probably try to beat that.



Edited by ericeod - 5/11/09 at 6:27pm
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post #7 of 7
Found it here:http://cpu.computer-components.eclub...75_K8_AM2.html

dont know what 33Ls= in USD though
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