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post #11 of 66 (permalink) Old 06-20-2012, 02:48 AM
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yes, it's better.

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yes, it's better.
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is the coolermaster haf X a good case and spacy??cause it's quite cheap and i can find it easily. and one more question. is the corsair hydroseries h60 good enough for the cpu intel i5 3570??? and what thermal paste should i use when installing the cooler??
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the haf x is a great case for air cooling and a decent case for water cooling.. some might argue that it looks ugly, but if you like it, go for it.

the corsair h60 is a decent enough heatsink.. i personally haven't used it in conjunction with the 3570k yet, but since ivy runs a bit hotter when overclocked, i'd imagine it's not as good as it would be with say a 2500k, but still decent enough.

maybe look at the h80? alternatively, you could get a noctua or thermalright heatsink.

if you were going for the hydro series, they come with tim pre applied.. other heatsinks come with their own thermal paste and that's good enough.

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can you post some links of noctua and thermalright coolers?
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what about the cooler master v10. it's quite good.
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it's an older heatsink.. very big and very over priced for what it is.
there are much better performing heatsinks for much less.

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it's an older heatsink.. very big and very over priced for what it is.
there are much better performing heatsinks for much less.
ok thanks for the info i'll try my h60 first and if i dont like the results i'll buy one that you listed above.oh and one more question. what do you think of the mbb Gigabyte z77 d3h?
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