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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Boneface, Oct 9, 2009.

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    I'd go for something else personally.

    OCZ vendetta 2 or Xigmatek 1283 etc
     
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    Well right now its a cash thing and i wont be keeping it, its just till i get another watercooling setup the one from corsair. I keep my place pretty cool, windows are always open.
     
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    what motherboard did you get im assuming you got a p55? are you sure your new board doesnt have both 1156 and 775 mounting holes?
     
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    i have that fan right now an its done bloody great:toast:
     
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    That's why I suggested them, they're cheap as buggery!

    The vendetta was 5 usd the other day on some site, check out hot deals to see if its still available.
     
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    you should build yourself a custom water loop
     
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    Wont have the cash for that and too much hassle lol i like the simplicity of the all in one and they cool great sitting idle at 21c havent seen it over 50 i dont think
     
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    that cooler you posted i managed to pick up realy cheap like £20 an it works realy realy well silent when running at lowest speed an only just noticable at highestonly downside is coz it fits lga775 an another intel an two amd sockets when you fit the legs you need the little screws are realy easy to thread
     
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    The Corsair thing is actually pretty sweet. be sure to attach to fans to its rad for maximum performance.
     
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    Im hoping thought i wish my other one would work on it damnit lol and to Fits i was going to go with the ud4 but my computer doesnt deal with them so if something went wring they wouldnt have helped me out. With the asus they would lol.
     
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    Well so far i dont need a new cooler, i managed to get mine mounted. How are these for temps? Ive never owned a quad so i have no idea
     

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