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post #11 of 15
Just to post some info on my experiences with the Samuel 17 cooler. My sig-rig idles around 25-30 degrees and after about an hour or so of Battlefield Bad company 2 it hits around 58-60 degrees. This is with a Enermax magma 120mm on it and everything stock. I chose it to fit in the SG05 but have since moved to my SG07 and though the load temps aren't the greatest I don't plan on changing any time soon.
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post #12 of 15
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just an update. got the pc up and running and i tried running it w/ the psu reversed and the heatsink fan sucking air into the chip. getting 30ish idle and 50ish load. once my ssd gets here ill try it the other way. also anyone got any tips on wire management w/ this case?
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post #13 of 15
Looks awesome!!!!
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post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by catalan;11909064 
how high did you oc your 530 and what temps were you getting? lol i couldve saved $20 going w/ the shuriken frown.gif

like I said 25idle and around 40 load at 3.5 and ive probably got room to drop voltage more
    
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post #15 of 15
Why not just use the stock cooler? Overclocking? At stock speeds the CPU stays pretty cool even with Smart Fan enabled.
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