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CPU coolers

Demos_sav

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#1
Well guys i'm about to buy a new cooler along with a new mobo:D . I'm going to oc so the cooler must be the best of these below.These are the best the shop has, so please don't reccommend me any more.

1. Aerocool HT-102
2. Gigabyte 3D Cooler-Ultra
3. Gigabyte G-Power
4. Gigabyte 3D Rocket
 
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#2
Get the Aerocool if you want silent, of get the g-power in you want performance...

g-power is very nice, and petty quite on low, but when set on high (usually low will suffice), its loud.
 

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#3
if you have a well ventilated case go for the aerocool, if no go for the gpower
:)