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Hi. I recently built my own computer for the first time, and everything went really well. However just a modest overclock of 3.7mhz on the Phenom II x6 1100t would leave me running to the stop button on LinX and Prime95 in minutes. Temps got in the mid 60's (c) and steadily rising so I had to stop it pronto.

The catch is my room gets VERY hot, often 80 degrees f, during the summer.

I currently use a Tuniq Propeller 120 in a Antec Twelve Hundred v3 case.

The goal is basicly to have a stable 4.0 MHz OC.. Not even close right now with the Tuniq. Sure, The Idle temps are in the low 20's, but like I said no chance in the stress tests.

Now, I just ordered another the other day for my #2 PC, a COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520. I may even throw it on my 1100t just to see if the $35 less than Tuniq cpu cooler does better. Regardless, I am looking for a new cooler still.

Any recommendations folks? Already thinking about one of these.

Noctua NH-D14
Zalman CNPS9900MAX

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Case: Antec Twelve Hundred v3
Mobo: Asus M4A89TD Pro
CPU: AMD Phenom II x6 1100t
GPU: Radeon HIS IceQ 5770 Turbo
RAM: G skill Sniper (2 x 4GB)
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 500GB
PSU: Sparke 750w Gold Class Modular
Monitor: Asus VE228H 21.5" Full HD
CPU Cooler: Tuniq Propeller 120


Thanks.

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post #2 of 27
First, if you go to your User CP you can edit your system. Then it shows up in your sig for every post so you don't have to type it up .

Second, the best coolers on the market before real water kits are: TR Silver Arrow, Noctua NH-D14, TR Archon, Corsair H50/H70, and Antec 620. They all have their pros and cons though. SA and NH-D14 have RAM clearance issues. Archon blocks a PCI-e lane on certain Intel mobos. The Corsair and Antec are baby water coolers that can be ridiculously noisy and arguably don't perform as well as top of the line air coolers now.
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The Zalman is a great cooler too,I used one on a 1100T and it kept under 54c @ 4.1GHz.It also has great clearence for RAM and VRM cooling.Considering your hot ambient temps,water might be the way to go.
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First, if you go to your User CP you can edit your system. Then it shows up in your sig for every post so you don't have to type it up .

Second, the best coolers on the market before real water kits are: TR Silver Arrow, Noctua NH-D14, TR Archon, Corsair H50/H70, and Antec 620. They all have their pros and cons though. SA and NH-D14 have RAM clearance issues. Archon blocks a PCI-e lane on certain Intel mobos. The Corsair and Antec are baby water coolers that can be ridiculously noisy and arguably don't perform as well as top of the line air coolers now.
I hope you are joking about Corsair H50/H70, and Antec 620. They suck balls. Hell a Mugen 2 can beat them.
EDIT
I go with a Noctua NH-D14 or Silver Arrow.
Edited by dixson01974 - 4/18/11 at 8:49pm
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post #5 of 27
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Originally Posted by jagz View Post
Hi. I recently built my own computer for the first time, and everything went really well. However just a modest overclock of 3.7mhz on the Phenom II x6 1100t would leave me running to the stop button on LinX and Prime95 in minutes. Temps got in the mid 60's (c) and steadily rising so I had to stop it pronto.

The catch is my room gets VERY hot, often 80 degrees f, during the summer.

I currently use a Tuniq Propeller 120 in a Antec Twelve Hundred v3 case.

The goal is basicly to have a stable 4.0 MHz OC.. Not even close right now with the Tuniq. Sure, The Idle temps are in the low 20's, but like I said no chance in the stress tests.

Now, I just ordered another the other day for my #2 PC, a COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520. I may even throw it on my 1100t just to see if the $35 less than Tuniq cpu cooler does better. Regardless, I am looking for a new cooler still.

Any recommendations folks? Already thinking about one of these.

Noctua NH-D14
Zalman CNPS9900MAX

& My setup is:

Case: Antec Twelve Hundred v3
Mobo: Asus M4A89TD Pro
CPU: AMD Phenom II x6 1100t
GPU: Radeon HIS IceQ 5770 Turbo
RAM: G skill Sniper (2 x 4GB)
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 500GB
PSU: Sparke 750w Gold Class Modular
Monitor: Asus VE228H 21.5" Full HD
CPU Cooler: Tuniq Propeller 120


Thanks.

My first question would be: Did you OC in the BIOS or in the Asus utility?
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post #6 of 27
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Originally Posted by jagz View Post
Hi. I recently built my own computer for the first time, and everything went really well. However just a modest overclock of 3.7mhz on the Phenom II x6 1100t would leave me running to the stop button on LinX and Prime95 in minutes. Temps got in the mid 60's (c) and steadily rising so I had to stop it pronto.

The catch is my room gets VERY hot, often 80 degrees f, during the summer.

I currently use a Tuniq Propeller 120 in a Antec Twelve Hundred v3 case.

The goal is basicly to have a stable 4.0 MHz OC.. Not even close right now with the Tuniq. Sure, The Idle temps are in the low 20's, but like I said no chance in the stress tests.

Now, I just ordered another the other day for my #2 PC, a COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520. I may even throw it on my 1100t just to see if the $35 less than Tuniq cpu cooler does better. Regardless, I am looking for a new cooler still.

Any recommendations folks? Already thinking about one of these.

Noctua NH-D14
Zalman CNPS9900MAX

& My setup is:

Case: Antec Twelve Hundred v3
Mobo: Asus M4A89TD Pro
CPU: AMD Phenom II x6 1100t
GPU: Radeon HIS IceQ 5770 Turbo
RAM: G skill Sniper (2 x 4GB)
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 500GB
PSU: Sparke 750w Gold Class Modular
Monitor: Asus VE228H 21.5" Full HD
CPU Cooler: Tuniq Propeller 120


Thanks.

I use dual H50 rads....the single kept me nice and cozy. although i will be upgrading yet again to Koolance waterblocks and other parts this summer(+$500)


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post #7 of 27
If you are thinking about getting the NH-D14, then just get it. Another option is Thermalright Silver Arrow. Those are 2 of the top air coolers right now, and you can't really do much better than that.
Keep in mind that your high ambient temps will hurt you no matter what cooler you have on your CPU. Many people end up backing off their OC's during the summer because of higher ambients.
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Originally Posted by spaceballsrules View Post
If you are thinking about getting the NH-D14, then just get it. Another option is Thermalright Silver Arrow. Those are 2 of the top air coolers right now, and you can't really do much better than that.
Keep in mind that your high ambient temps will hurt you no matter what cooler you have on your CPU. Many people end up backing off their OC's during the summer because of higher ambients.
^This. Both are your best options unless you choose to run a water loop. But that's a little more complicated for your first personal computer
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Originally Posted by dixson01974 View Post
I hope you are joking about Corsair H50/H70, and Antec 620. They suck balls. Hell a Mugen 2 can beat them.
EDIT
I go with a Noctua NH-D14 or Silver Arrow.
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/...ooler_review/3

H70 has lower loads than Archon in this specific test. It's not a joke, even though I'd never buy one ever.
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Thanks for the input so far

Calypso, I used bios.
CtrlAltDelete, All you have done is make me jealous.

Yeah, High ambients suck, and water scares me.

- Maybe I'm just fighting an uphill battle with ambient room temps being so high that im really putting a cpu cooler in a bad spot.

If anyone has used one or another air cooling system in warm environment and succeeded in passing long stress tests with a good overclock, holler.
Edited by jagz - 4/19/11 at 1:30am
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