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post #21 of 25
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Sorry to triple post, but I found this, its one of the Top5 if not #1 at "Frosty Tech" I don't think they pump enough heat in their tests, as an OCed i7900 series at 4.3+ ghz woudl push over 200 watts of power, but its ok.

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post #22 of 25
Because it's a V8... reminds me of disgusting vegetable juice. (Frick, where's that throw up icon when you need it? I know, I know... I'm a stubborn consumer.)

I noticed you just added TRUE to your list- +1 for the TRUE... if you go that route right off that bat get an extra fan bracket and slap another decent 120x120x25 fan on that thing. I'm running that setup on my 920 and it's AWESOME.

So though my differal of the V8 is totally groundless for your purposes... I CAN add objective support for the TRUE.
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post #23 of 25
i personally love noctua, and if the nh-d14 fits, it will kick butt (and also remain quiet)
post #24 of 25
The V8 and V6 will beat the 212+ but only by a few degrees.

But you'll be limited to one 25mm fan with the V8, you can't use 35mm fans for the v6. Plus you'll lose the ease of installation.

I'd rather have the 212+.
   
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I have very high performance 120mm fans, hufe things I am using them now, but it seems the heatsink wont heatup fast enough, and thus thermal throttling happens and i can see it.
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