Originally Posted by Mod Duck
You can read the Air cooling section of this formum before you deside about cooler. There are some cheap and good coolers. Make a list first and then choose.
Do not do it like me. I just enter in a shop and I picked the first cooler I saw. Then I found that I could choose more wise.
Also check if that cooler will support your next CPU (always there is a next CPU)
I dont advice water cooling. Too much trouble, too much money.
Your cable managment is OK. Always there is place for something better. Some guys here are magicians to hide the cables, but as I found after 2 months of daily rebuild the rig not anyone can be magician!
I was building again and again because I had troubles with heat. Now it is OK, I have a very silent (that is important for me) PC and logic temps.
TY Mod Duck, I still have to take a look at the Cooling Section (haven't been here cause I have been busy at work) but going to head there next. I would love to be able to do the wiring like ones I have seen here. So amazed at all the looks people have for thier computers and how they are all from one case.
Originally Posted by Adhmuz
V6 out performs the V8 especially in push pull config, and a bunch of other reputable heatsinks. I'd recommend it if that what your interested in getting.
First, thanks for adding me. Hope I can keep up with everyone. I do have an new idea for a CPU Cooler: a 'Scythe NINJA 3'. Then I would get a 140 fan to replace my 120 fan on the bottom of my case and then attach the 120 fan to the NINJA for 2x the fanablility*. (*New word bonus). $49.99 on Newegg.ca plus $12 shipping, but I an get it for $44.99 with no shipping cost.
Now it is off to the Cooling Section to probably findout that the 'Scythe NINJA 3' is no good or won't fit. Edited by Kasumi - 1/11/11 at 11:52am