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Originally Posted by nickt1862;12459860 
I'm wondering if my Zalman cnps9500 is as good as the ones I'm questioning.biggrin.gif

~45C idle, ~60C load?
Something must be wrong there.
I have never seen a chip idle so high and have such low temps under load.
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12459904 
~45C idle, ~60C load?
Something must be wrong there.
I have never seen a chip idle so high and have such low temps under load.

Said low 40's and low to mid 60's respectively.

Blame it on my intel chipset motherboard in which has a CPU fan on delay by design.biggrin.gif

Okay not really.tongue.gif

EDIT: Probably better off changing the cooler for the Q6600 processor, I have the same cooler on my other two rigs with AM2 processors with cooler idle results.
Edited by nickt1862 - 2/20/11 at 2:02pm
post #13 of 25
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Originally Posted by nickt1862;12459860 
I'm wondering if my Zalman cnps9500 is as good as the ones I'm questioning.biggrin.gif


i modded my zalman 9500a with a 92mm panaflo 3000+ rpm with ocz freeze tim and it worked awesome!
-asus m4a785-m
-x6 1090t @ 3.8ghz @ 1.41vcore/2600mhz cpu-nb @ 1.3v
-max temp 49c 12 hours default prime95 blend stable. 22c ambient temp
Edited by piranhamoose - 2/20/11 at 2:26pm
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Originally Posted by piranhamoose;12460260 
i modded my zalman 9500a with a 92mm panaflo 3000+ rpm and it worked awesome!
-asus m4a785-m
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-max temp 49c 12 hours default prime95 blend stable

Yep I've seen what needs to be done to mod a fan to then mount on that two holed fan holder, but I don't know if it's worth the effort on an older technology heatsink.smile.gif

I'm running the stock fan at half speed and any higher is too noisy for me with minimal cooler reading returns. Again, don't think I want to waste my time with that heatsink.wink.gif
post #15 of 25
V6GT would take up about this much room in your case
feature5.jpg

I like my V6GT, but you may find it too big and the fans might be noisier than you'd like. And the fancy top makes installing kind of annoying.

If you go with the 212, it'll be smaller and you'd be able to spend the difference on some high quality fans if you wanted.

Your call, buddy biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by nickt1862;12460320 
Yep I've seen what needs to be done to mod a fan to then mount on that two holed fan holder, but I don't know if it's worth the effort on an older technology heatsink.smile.gif

I'm running the stock fan at half speed and any higher is too noisy for me with minimal cooler reading returns. Again, don't think I want to waste my time with that heatsink.wink.gif

i hear ya:) i did it just to see if it would make a difference, and it worked great. i had fun doing it. now i have a pretty decent zalman 9500a heatsink for a secondary build.

ive upgraded to a cm hyper 212+ with a scythe gt ap-31 5400rpm push for my recent upgrade build, and im quite happy with it;) im in the middle of priming the build right now.
-asus crosshair iv formula
-x6 1090t 4ghz @ 1.45v, 200fsb x20/LLC auto
-5 hours into prime95 default blend. max core temp 52c so far with 20c ambient temp smile.gif

cm hyper 212+ is a great cooler! pretty confident that it will get me to 4ghz stable:)
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I'm wondering if my Zalman cnps9500 is as good as the ones I'm questioning.biggrin.gif

Ewww, no. The Hyper212+ is by far the best for the price. Outside of extreme users, the H212+ is more than enough for overclocking, especially in a P/P.
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post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by yakuzapuppy;12460443 
V6GT would take up about this much room in your case
feature5.jpg

I like my V6GT, but you may find it too big and the fans might be noisier than you'd like. And the fancy top makes installing kind of annoying.

If you go with the 212, it'll be smaller and you'd be able to spend the difference on some high quality fans if you wanted.

Your call, buddy biggrin.gif

Thanks for the photos (that I've seen 1 million times already - lol!) but I won't be using a HAF 912 for that rig, the HAF 912 rig currently is my 3rd computer housing an AM2 4800+ processor and photos in my profile album, the Q6600 system which I'm seeking a better heatsink doesn't have a computer case home at this time but working on it.

Noise is one thing I don't want to get into, it seems from the responses that I'd probably get close to the same cooling performance with a Hyper 212 + (with high revving fans) than I would with the same "noisy" fans on a V6 GT.

Maybe a Hyper 212 + paired with decent led fans might be the ticket. Now if I go with this cooler what led fans are great for this application while keeping it at a quieter noise level and cools well? I wonder if Yate Loon ("loonies" - lol!) led fans would work good for this.
post #19 of 25
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Originally Posted by pLuhhmm;12460529 
Ewww, no. The Hyper212+ is by far the best for the price. Outside of extreme users, the H212+ is more than enough for overclocking, especially in a P/P.

That would probably answer why my idle temps (which I knew) were a bit too high for my tastes using that Zalman and why I'm seeking a replacement.wink.gif

If I purchase the Hyper 212 + I would definitely use it in a P/P configuration with led fans.biggrin.gif
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I just put on a Hyper 212+, with Coolermaster 120mm led fans, even swaped out the stock fan that came with the kit. They have less noise than my antec case fans at 100%. the noise is soft enough im about to swap out all my 120mm Blue LED fans for syth kaze ultra's(case and cpu cooler) to see how cool I can get this thing:P my 2 cents.
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