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post #1 of 78 (permalink) Old 01-24-2012, 05:02 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm rocking the Intel stock cooler, even thou I have a Antec kuhler 620 cooling my 6870. Thought I should make a fan club.
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post #2 of 78 (permalink) Old 01-24-2012, 05:52 PM
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I'm rocking the Intel stock cooler, even thou I have a Antec Hurler 620 cooling my 6870. Thought I should make a fan club.
Post a picture of your rig with the Intel stock cooler visible and copypasta the below sig
EDIT: I DON'T KNOW HOW TO MAKE CODE :/ CAN SOMEONE PLEASE MAKE ONE

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:doh:[URL="https://www.overclock.net/t/1205038/intel-stock-cooler-club-d#post_16278616"]Stock Cooler Club[/URL]:doh:


SLI Voodoo 2 - > GeForce4 MX 420 -> GF 6600GT -> GF 6800GT -> GF 8800Ultra -> AMD 4870 -> AMD 4890 -> CF AMD 5820 -> CF AMD 6850 -> CF AMD 7970 -> SLI GF 680 -> SLI GF 780 -> CF AMD 290X -> GF 980ti -> SLI GF 980ti -> GF 1080ti -> SLI GF 1080ti -> <- RTX 2080ti (DOA/Refunded)
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I'm rocking the Intel stock cooler, even thou I have a Antec Hurler 620 cooling my 6870. Thought I should make a fan club.
Post a picture of your rig with the Intel stock cooler visible and copypasta the below code into your sig. (In the next post)
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This is overclock.net...
I'll be suprised if many people join.

No offence dude, but you get what i mean? thumb.gif
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http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=603&pgno=4
does this count?
I'm running this on a non-EE chip
even though it looks the same as the stock one it is much bigger and half copper/aluminum

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This is overclock.net...
I'll be suprised if many people join.
No offence dude, but you get what i mean? thumb.gif

i donno. he might get a few nibbles from the ITX/HTPC crowd:)
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http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=603&pgno=4
does this count?
I'm running this on a non-EE chip
even though it looks the same as the stock one it is much bigger and half copper/aluminum

That's a... weird design. kookoo.gif Mix of copper and aluminum fin.


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post #7 of 78 (permalink) Old 01-25-2012, 06:15 PM
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That's a... weird design. kookoo.gif Mix of copper and aluminum fin.

not really, zalman does it all the time. and stock intel heatsinks use copper core anyway.
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Here is my stock i7 970 cooler on my Xeon W3540 workstation, OCed to 3.7GHz:

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i donno. he might get a few nibbles from the ITX/HTPC crowd:)

Probably, even so alot of them use custom coolers! (;
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http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=603&pgno=4
does this count?
I'm running this on a non-EE chip
even though it looks the same as the stock one it is much bigger and half copper/aluminum

I'd say it sounds, seeing as it's a stock cooler.
But it's crazy! Part of the reason why the extreme's were so expensive i take it?

Is it any good at cooling?
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