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I know this sounds like a irrelevant comparison but i've got a dilemma (although i think i've made my mind up)

I'm currently using this case :
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/115479

I wasn't into overclocking / overall computer tweaking until i joined OCN however i did used to game so i thought this case was enough..

Anyway, i'm going to get a phenom II processor and i was going to get a megahalem then i realised, it's about 40mm too long!

So i thought, i've got 2 choices..

1. Use a smaller heatsink (is there a small heatsink that would support quad core overclocking?)

2. Get the HAF 932 and see how the airflow + stock run.

I must admit, i'm leaning towards the HAF but that's cause OCN make it so irresistible!
 

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Originally Posted by computeruler View Post
I would get a smaller heat sink.
Recommend one that will be useful for overclocking quads around the 4Ghz mark? I've not had much luck searching and WC is too expensive.

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Originally Posted by Juggalo23451 View Post
get a Antec 900, Antec 902, or Anterc 1200 for awesome air cooling
I read the HAF 932 is the 1200 equivalent, and the HAF's around £30 cheaper.

Also, from personal preference, i prefer the HAF in looks. But thanks for the idea
 

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I'd cut a hole in the case.
 
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