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post #11 of 46 (permalink) Old 07-16-2011, 03:59 PM
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Hyper 101 w/ Noctua fans?

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Thermalright MuX black 120 drop my temps from 81 to 73 came from an A50 with two fans!

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Congrats?

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This might work for you http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103092.

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Depends on what kind of OC's you plan on using. For mild-medium oc's (4.1-4.8) i'd say that CM Hyper is fine.
Are you serious? the hyper 101.
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Stock cooler FTW... you can even do a small OC with it.
Hahaha, NO!

I don't think you're going to have a 120mm height TOWER heatsink.

Is the Noctua U9B around your requirements?

It's:
  • SUPER QUIET
  • SUPEREFFICIENT
  • SUPER EXPENSIVE
  • SUPER UGLY

But it's worthit, can last you a LONG LONG time.

In Australia it's approx $60, New Egg always has something to offer though
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It would be a bit better than the hyper 101.
But where can i buy it? Since its "discontinued".

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Yeah, you're right... doesn't look like any sites are stocking it any more.

Seems like most tower heatsinks with 92mm fans come in at a bit over 120mm tall. Two I found under 120mm: Masscool 8WA743 and 3RSystem Iceage 90. The latter doesn't seem to be widely available, though. The Masscool might be your best bet, and probably better than the CM Hyper 101 (92 vs. 80mm fan, 130 vs 95w CPU rating).

Really though, I think you'd be better off with a good top-down heatsink, if it's at all possible, even if the airflow isn't optimal.
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Hahaha, NO!

I don't think you're going to have a 120mm height TOWER heatsink.

Is the Noctua U9B around your requirements?

It's:
  • SUPER QUIET
  • SUPEREFFICIENT
  • SUPER EXPENSIVE
  • SUPER UGLY

But it's worthit, can last you a LONG LONG time.

In Australia it's approx $60, New Egg always has something to offer though
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Have you seen ( I know it's not tower) the Noctua C12-P? It also cools your MoBo and I don't think it is more than 120mm?

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Hahaha, NO! tongue.gif

I don't think you're going to have a 120mm height TOWER heatsink.

Is the Noctua U9B around your requirements?

It's:SUPER QUIETSUPEREFFICIENTSUPER EXPENSIVESUPER UGLY
But it's worthit, can last you a LONG LONG time.

In Australia it's approx $60, New Egg always has something to offer though drunken.gif
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