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Whats a cheaper heatsink that will give cooling like the thermalright XP-120? Its a bit costly, but I may go with that.. Socket 754 compatible.
 

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the venus 12 by thermaltake is pretty good n pretty cheep. its not gonna out perform an xp-120 but its one of the better hsf out there.
 
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i own the Venus 12+ Hehe its great 39c full load with my 939 3200+ @ 2.4
 

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well the xp-90 is about 50bucks (no fan) and thats a much better choice then the venus 12 for sure, just get a decent fan n u'll be nice n cool.
 

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oopps i gues when i edited i double posted.....weird
 

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Any copper heatsink with a Tornado will do well, but it will be loud. The thermaltakes are good also and relatively inexpensive. The XP-90 is 58 bucks on newegg.
 

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Well then lets just start this over again.. Im getting a DFI Lanpart UT NF3 250 gig board with a mobile 3400.. Heatsink links please?
 

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Originally Posted by ATVkid*AFZ*

thoguht so... it's a pure copper heatsink, so you'll get the best of the best performance....

If you guys look around you can score the XP120 XP90 for much cheaper than newegg sells them for... I got my XP120 for 48.99 brand new and the XP90's can be had for around $40.

For some reason newegg's price is on the highside when it comes to these 2 heatsinks.
 
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