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[FS]Scythe Infinity Cooler, $36 shipped

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    [FS]Scythe Infinity Cooler, $36.00 shipped

    I'm selling my Scythe Infinty "MUGEN CPU Cooler" for 36.00 shipped Priority mail. It includes the original box fan and clips and is a 99 percent cosmetically out of 100 percent. Here's some tech facts...

    Combined Dimensions: 125 x 116 x 160mm
    Weight: 960g

    Fan
    Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm
    Noise Level: 23.5dBA
    Air Flow: 46.5CFM
    Speed: 1,200rpm (±10%)

    http://img.techpowerup.org/071004/inf-box.jpg

    http://img.techpowerup.org/071004/12fc-f4_400.jpg

    http://img.techpowerup.org/071004/scinf1000-main_400x400.jpg



    It's compatible with Socket LGA775, 478, and AM2.
     
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    lol yeah it's a beast, but for it's performance quality and physical dimensions, it's surprisingly lightweight, a good 1/4 the weight of my Zalman 9700
     
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    This retails shipped on newegg normally for 64.00 . It's on sale now for 44.00 shipped. I cannot sell it any cheaper than it is listed. i'm selling it for ruffly 25.00 to 28.00 now and the rest is shipping. I also cannot ship to any place but the USA. Shoot a Arctic cooler 7 is 25.84 shipped so your only paying ten dollars more for alot better cooler and the arctic cooler 7 is a good cooler so thats saying something.
     
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    Here are my temps this is with 1v added to mch and 1v added to FSB bios voltage set at 1.55v as you can see serious vdrop here. Still great temps.



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    Man, those are great. My E4300 IDLES just a bit lower than that.
     
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    Tom, so what are you gonna do for cooling? Going to water, perhaps?
     
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    I'm gonna steal your Idea I think I saw one at micro center looks cool and easy to install . Oh does your fit inside or ride on the back outside of the case .The one I saw like yours, the radiator either fits inside on the case fan opening or outside on the case fan opening, Or air wise I might try something else like a thermalright extreme 120x2 or whatever that monster is called.
     
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    My radiator fits perfectly inside, and the setup was really easy. I'm liking water way more than I thought I would...now I want a block for my NB. I'm suprised about the high quality of this Swiftech kit, especially for the $150 I paid for it!
     
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    I saw a swift tech similar to yours what model did you get and is it really that much cooler than air.
     
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    paul get these for your mostfits yours are bare and will need cooling

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    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thhrmoco1.html
     
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    here is an example of idle temps after just starting up and slight overclocking.


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    Those mosfet coolers are nice, but are not compatible with my board, per the instructions and thermalright support. There are only a few boards that these work with.
     
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    I got this one:

    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swh2licokitr1.html
    My setup is probably just a little cooler than that monster you're getting rid of, but it's much quieter. It keeps my Q6600 at 3.6 and 1.5v under 50c. full load (OCCT). It takes longer to get the chip hot under load, and it cools down faster than air.
     
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    I think my southbridge is alright, and I want to keep it passive. I'm liking how quiet my rig is right now.
     
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    mine got so hot it burned me lol. Great rig you have i'm glad for you hope you hit 3.9 with your chip.
     
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    Yeah, but I think I'm going with this, if I don't do water on th NB....since a taller NB cooler won't work well with the WC tubing.

    http://www.svc.com/ixn-40c.html
     
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