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    The second one looks like the intel stock cooler so I guess the first one
     
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    The newegg website is soooo slow for me,maybe 'cause i am in the uk or something.
     
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    i now there is better brand's ,but this only good brand i find in our market , there is no zalman or cool master or somthing there
     
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    Can you give us a link to where your buying from? Or is it retail?

    Can you not get hold of the Xigmatek S1283? Thats one of the best air coolers around atm.
     
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    this is the name of this coolers

    GIGABYTE GH-PSU23-PB 120mm EBR CPU Cooler

    GIGABYTE GH-PSU21-FB 120mm EBR CPU Cooler
     
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    The first one is reviewed here on TPu afaik, but on first impressions, i would tend to choose the first one anyway
     
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    i know this guys there is better , if i can buy from internet my all problems been solved, im buy from market's and i have this chose for now cuz there is nothing other , and also i see asus but it seems suck also it is old , so i have the stock fan now and this better sure
     
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    Which Asus ones have you seen? Some are them arent too bad, better than those gigabyte ones.
     
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    Hands down the first one[the gigabyte one]. The first one has the heatpipes touching almost every part of the fins, while the second one you can clearly see that the heatpipes hardly even touch the fins.
     
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    ASUS has some nice coolers out you should look at them. Those gigabytes don't look that impressive anyway.
     
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    Finally, a HSF that I can slap on my car as a hood ornament OR in my PC to help cool the cpu! LOL

    Serious note, My only issue with that HSF is the realistate it eats up due to it's slanted design. Yes it's cool it can blow directly down on the mosfets but why would you do that when the cpu heatsink is suppose to be dissipating heat away from the CPU. Wouldn't the air be a little bit warmer? I agree with the others above about the Asus HSF's. I've eyed a couple of them lately.
     
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    ok , but about the two cooler i think the first one better , cuz it have 4 pin connector
     
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    It is better than the 2nd one. I noticed you are throwing up newegg sites when showing off those heatsinks. Can you purchase them in the USA and then have them shipped to IRAQ? If so I would go for the Xigmatek, OCZ, or Sunbeam if you can.
     
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    If I had absolutely no choice I would pick the first one over the second, though it may not perform much if any better than stock. Are they really our only two choices?

    What asus coolers were there?
     
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    ASUS has a few rifle coolers and some exotic coolers, I highly recommend you check them out because those gigabyte don't look that good to me at all.
     
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    i see the asus is old even don't right support core 2 duo on it
     
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    Doesnt matter what it says on packaging. As long as it performs well and fits.

    Which one was it?
     
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    i like this one

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835101014

    but this support most cpu's maybe im wrong so if it this one did it better than gigabyte also it is sale for same price with gigabyte
     
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    The support lists don't get updated much. It should just support your socket :) which that ASUS does. Its a good cooler too
     
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    so it is good cooler , but it is better than gigabyte over there
     
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    Yes, the gigabyte looks skimpy and small the ASUS has a rifle design which is one of the best designs
     

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