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754/939 Users - What CPU COOLER are you using?

  

928 members have voted

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    • Thermalright (XP-90/XP-120/SLK-948U)
      282
    • Zalman air-cooling (all models)
      163
    • Swiftech air-cooling (all models)
      4
    • Coolermaster air-cooling (all models)
      24
    • Aerocool air-cooling (all models)
      6
    • Alpha air-cooling (all models)
      2
    • Thermaltake air-cooling (all models)
      74
    • Danger Den watercooling (all models)
      42
    • Swiftech watercooling (all models)
      37
    • Zalman watercooling (all models)
      7
    • Thermaltake watercooling (all models)
      15
    • Corsair watercooling (all models)
      3
    • Asetek watercooling (all models)
      15
    • Koolance watercooling (all models)
      12
    • Polarflo watercooling (all models)
      3
    • Coolermaster watercooling (all models)
      5
    • Other (please post in thread!)
      81
    • STOCK AIR COOLING!
      153


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I am using the Noctua NH-U12

 

Mounted 2 120mm fans on it, PUSH & PULL.... dame quiet & efficient.

While using both fans, I can cut down 2c extra. which is pretty good to me :P

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Scythe Ninja here. With a high velocity panaflo, even.

 

That's the temp range I had with mine...which is why I let it go. I get twitchy anytime the temps go over 40 :)

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I use a Zalman 7700cu on my A64 3200+ @ 2.2 and after 16 hours of games at a lanparty the highest temp was only 45celcius!!!

 

That's the same temp I used to get when I had mine...but I get twitchy when the temps go over 40, so I had to let it go. I was running my 3000+ at 9x300, and the temps just kept getting higher.

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I am using Scythe Mine with its stock fan. I don't like that in my motherboard this cooler's fan blows the air towards the top of the case (where the PSU is) instead of blowing towards the back of the case or, better yet, towards the motherboard.

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I'm using stock for now, but I'll one day go with an SI-120. I'll hold off my vote until I get it though, as I'm not 100% certain.

 

What advantages does the SI-120 have over the Zalman (and vice versa)?

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