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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by MoonPig, May 12, 2009.

  1. MoonPig

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    Hey,

    Need one of these. Offer anything, i'll see.

    Needs to be low profile. And im happy about LEDs.

    I will pay up to £20.

    Thanks

    *This is going in my Lanbox.
     
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    I've got a stock low profile HSF that came with an E2180 I bought, interested?

    I'm not sure how much it's worth so make me an offer if you're interested.

    Looks like the one below:

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    Their worth barely anything. £5 for the Cooler and postage?
     
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    If i buy from a retailer, i'll end up buying more stuff... lol.

    And this is only to hold me over till the Mod is done.
     
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    What dimensions do you have to play with roughly?
     
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    about half an inch shorter than the ArcticFreezer7Pro.
     
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    any views on this ??
     
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    Mine would be far too big, I have an old Scythe Infinity but far too big. As to your link, I am wary of anything thats very budget, you may well find that cooler actually performs worse than a decent Intel stock fan, might I suggest this low profile cooler instead, it at least has some heatpipes and I have no doubts it would do you much better and also fit at less than 7CM total in height, you did say your budget was upto £20 ish...................

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Akas...Core-Conroe-Cooler-with-Open-BLUE-LED-PWM-Fan
     
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    Yea, i'm torn between that and the Xigmatec.

    I don't need amazing cooling. It'll hardly be stressed, let alone overclocked.

    I just like the price of the Xiggy. Means i can get more 120mm fans for my desk.
     
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    See if you can find a stock HSF from a 65nm Intel chip.
     
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    Tatty_One Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    I think I have a couple of new unused Intel coolers for 65nm (will perform better) somewhere if your stuck, let me know if your interested, I'll let you have one for the cost of a cheap SD disk as i was just about to get one plus postage.....

    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/116107

    Something like £6 all in, thats if I can find them of course.
     
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    Dont get that akasa cooler. I bought it, and its worse than the stock cooler, and REALLY noisy. Thankfully I was able to send it back.
     
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    Tatty, I can get it delivered to you for £3.98.

    Let me know.
     
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    +1
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    Okey dokey, I am sure its in a box in the attic, It's late now so I will go up tomorow evening and check, I am sure I must have an unused one somewhere, I'll confirm tomorrow night :toast:
     
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