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Hey Guys

I just got the parts for my first AMD system New Motherboard/CPU/RAM upgrading from an older Intel system now i was wondering

what air coolers should i get for this thing i would like to overclock
it to about 4GHz i am also consering getting a corsair h50/70
but would also like to save some cash rather then drain my $200 AUD
budget on corsair h50/70

so can you guys advise some good air coolers
for this chip i would love a decent passive cooler as well if thats possible
since im planning on getting all passive cooling putting some decent
case fans into my system and volt modding them to v5 volt for silence
Edited by Yin&Yang - 1/19/11 at 5:45am
post #2 of 6
It will depend upon your location. If you live in a hot place like me, you have to get a h70 to reach stable 4GHz. If you are from a much colder place, go for the top end air coolers like noctua,hr-02, Thors hammer etc. I have seen people claim to use stable 4Ghz on cheaper coolers like hyper212+ but its not recommended.
    
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Originally Posted by leopold1985;12063898 
It will depend upon your location. If you live in a hot place like me, you have to get a h70 to reach stable 4GHz. If you are from a much colder place, go for the top end air coolers like noctua,hr-02, Thors hammer etc. I have seen people claim to use stable 4Ghz on cheaper coolers like hyper212+ but its not recommended.
Yea i live in a hot place i have terrible ambients and have to keep a fan or air con on to have acceptable room temps but even then it's was a terrible job to cool my older system im hoping for better luck with this system but i have better knowledge of cooling topic in general so i have my own set of ideas but asking community for advise
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You could maybe get the CoolIT Vantage A.L.C?
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Hey Guys

I just got the parts for my first AMD system New Motherboard/CPU/RAM upgrading from an older Intel system now i was wondering

what air coolers should i get for this thing i would like to overclock
it to about 4GHz i am also consering getting a corsair h50/70
but would also like to save some cash rather then drain my $200 AUD
budget on corsair h50/70

so can you guys advise some good air coolers
for this chip i would love a decent passive cooler as well if thats possible
since im planning on getting all passive cooling putting some decent
case fans into my system and volt modding them to v5 volt for silence

Lol. I just posted this not long ago, may help a little.

http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling/918784-wasted-soooo-much-time-cm-hyper.html#post12064040
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Thanks for the help
Edited by Yin&Yang - 1/22/11 at 9:29am
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