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is it worth the 57.99
and would it keep my PII 965 BE OC'd to 3.8GHz Cold
and how cold

right now i have the Cooler Master TX-3 92MM push/pull config
at idle 83F and Load 94F

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...06150&Tpk=frio
    
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Originally Posted by AMDGamer101 View Post
is it worth the 57.99
and would it keep my PII 965 BE OC'd to 3.8GHz Cold
and how cold

right now i have the Cooler Master TX-3 92MM push/pull config
at idle 83F and Load 94F

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...06150&Tpk=frio
Yes it's worth the $58 tag.
Yes it'll keep your 965 @ 3.8 GHz with no issues.
How cold? would be impossible for us to know. Really depends on ambient temperature, case ventilation and such...

But since you're in the market for a new CPU cooler, I'd personally wait for the new Thermaltake FrÃ*o OCK.

According to some previews I've seen, It beats the legendary Noctua NH-D14.
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Yes it's worth the $58 tag.
Yes it'll keep your 965 @ 3.8 GHz with no issues.
How cold? would be impossible for us to know. Really depends on ambient temperature, case ventilation and such...

But since you're in the market for a new CPU cooler, I'd personally wait for the new Thermaltake FrÃ*o OCK.

According to some previews I've seen, It beats the legendary Noctua NH-D14.
That looks sick man i think i will wait until it comes out and grab it hope there isnt more then 79.99 price tag on it tho
    
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Wait, you're saying that the TX-3 is keeping your 965 at 3.8ghz at just ~35c under 100% load?
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Wait, you're saying that the TX-3 is keeping your 965 at 3.8ghz at just ~35c under 100% load?
Yeah why is that good ??
and my room is cold and it winter here so yeah
and ive tried multiple temp software and they read the same
    
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