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post #411 of 6664
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Those are good, but I like to stick to the same brand as whatever I'm pairing stuff up with; Cooler Master fans to Cooler Master cooler/cases. Just a psychological thing.

And eww... that one will probably be quite loud. Seriously. Just stick with a Blademaster or R4. If you have your 212+ installed you should know its pretty silent and very efficient
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After looking into the x23-7783d, you're definitely right there. It does cost more than the G751. I don't have a clue how to go into the details of what the difference is between these 3 'models' but I still say the G751 eBay deal is sick...
That's definitely a killer deal. Scoring the best in benchmark reviews' TIM comparison says a lot.

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...&limitstart=12
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shin etsu G-751 is what i've got under my 212+ right now =]
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I'm running one of these in a push/pull config with another CM fan. How are the stock fans on these things? Am I better off replacing it with something a little more High-flow?
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I'm running one of these in a push/pull config with another CM fan. How are the stock fans on these things? Am I better off replacing it with something a little more High-flow?
Don't bother, with a single fan (stock fan at that) my max E8400 temp is 45C overclocked to 4.0GHz. I probably seem like a troll as I've posted this around a lot today, but it's the truth; I seriously can't condone spending on more expensive fans when the 212+ stock fan is very efficient and silent as a bonus.
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Don't bother, with a single fan (stock fan at that) my max E8400 temp is 45C overclocked to 4.0GHz. I probably seem like a troll as I've posted this around a lot today, but it's the truth; I seriously can't condone spending on more expensive fans when the 212+ stock fan is very efficient and silent as a bonus.
Thanks, any recommendations?

I'm having a hard time keeping my OC'd 920 under 75c...
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Thanks, any recommendations?

I'm having a hard time keeping my OC'd 920 under 75c...
That does seem hot. And you're on a 212+? That definitely sounds like it's either not on there right or needs new thermal paste. 1 pea sized ball of paste directly on the center of the CPU does the trick. Don't spread it, just clamp the 212+ on. Don't even bother twisting it around, there's no need.
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What I did was put probably a 1/3 pea sized dot on the center of each of the heat pipes.

Just so you know as of now, I have my 920 running at 4.2GHz @ 1.29v 77c on the cores is the max it gets while running OCCT. OC is stable. it just gets hot.
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post #419 of 6664
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What I did was put probably a 1/3 pea sized dot on the center of each of the heat pipes.

Just so you know as of now, I have my 920 running at 4.2GHz @ 1.29v 77c on the cores is the max it gets while running OCCT. OC is stable. it just gets hot.
I'd maybe drop it down to 4.0 just to get it cooler until you figure out what's wrong. Your method of a tiny dot on each pipe is valid. If you have paste leftover, I'd just try redoing it. When you remove the 212 you'll see if it spread out across the whole CPU. If it didn't, that was the problem, in which case just use a single pea dot in the center of the CPU.
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Great thanks for the advice. I'll back the overclock down as you suggested. I'll have to wait and order me some more paste before I remove it.
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