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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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Im useing stock! I never get above 45c! :) And my room gets rather toasty. CPU tends to be just around the case temp, normally just below.

 

I figured if I went to better cooling Id get a DD water cooling kit.:)

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Other: Gigabyte 3D Rocket. It is quiet as a mouse on low setting, but does emmit a bit of a wine on high.

 

Worked well on my NF3 250GB and is working well on current build.

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Thermaltake Sonic Tower, modded with an old trusty Enermax UC-12FAB installed in the center. Excellent performance, but slightly bothersome installation (hard to screw at an angle).

 

As I'm thinking in leaving memory in yellow slots I'll probably take the 2nd K8 mounting plate of my small XP1600 rig's Silent Tower and mount it with screws, nuts, washers & springs, very much like the Big Typhoon also; I feel much more confident in these things than in the damn clip (which was REAL hard to beat for the first installation; I was really scared I could slip off the screwdriver and hit the board :sweat: ). Still wondering why TT didn't used the same mounting method in this cooler :mad: .

 

Cheers

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