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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Ehstii, Jun 28, 2007.

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    so i have an athlon 64 x2 i want to oc it but i know its going to overheat with this stock heatsink and fan on it. i was wondering if anyone could help me find a good heatsink & fan on www.newegg.com.

    im looking to spend under 100 bucks so hit me back with some links if you can help!
     
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    I had the AC - Freezer 7 Pro, which is just the intel version, and i got some incredible overclocks with it! Anyone here that has owned one will rate them very well! :)
     
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    Arctic cooling fans are probably the most quiet fans you can buy. I have 1 on my case and 1 on my video card. They rock!! :rockout:
     
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    Another vote for the AC Pro....I think my case fan is louder than that thing. I love it! Plus I picked it up new on Ebay for 20 bucks shipped.:)
     
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    that zerotherm you posted a link to is very good too
     
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    Here is thermaltake's new one. The geisha fan. All copper. It MaximumPC, CPU Magazine, etc its bested their current king, which is CNPS9500/9700 by 1 or 2 degrees.
     
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    CoolerMaster Gemin II + 2x CM 120mm Led Silent Fans
    I got this beast and it cools CPU,Mobo + RAM...plus it's very Quiet...21 db with Led Silent Fans.:rockout:
     
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