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new cooling for i3 2100 processor

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by saarxee, May 4, 2013.

  1. saarxee New Member

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    hello.
    me have a stock cooling fan at now, i can change it from Arctic Alpine 11GT or zalman 7000v cooling? from quietly, and good cooling. which was a fan better?
     
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    why dont you take something better like frio or noctua stuff
     
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    he does not have those options, im assuming he is from india, since he is using a generic indian psu

    get a hyper tx3, it will be more than enough for an i3 2100
     
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    if not for gaming or heavy task i suggest lapping the heatsink or using better paste and improve your air flow by adding some fans
     
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    hyper tx3 isnt that bad.
     
  6. saarxee New Member

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    so.. scythe katana 4?
     
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    You really don't need anything more than an decent $20 cooler on that thing as it can't overclock, anything more is a waste of money. The CM Hyper TX 3 is a good choice, cheap, cool and quiet.
     
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    I had a 2100 cooled passively with a TX3+Mx-4 paste; it doesn't need much cooling power, the flow from the back fan was enough.
     
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    A CM Hyper TX3 would do its job nicely. That's my opinion
     

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