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

  

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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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Guess i'll be the first to "brag"? about using a stock cooler.

 

Due to funds and an indecision on what water setup to buy. :)

 

Looking at the Thermaltake Bigwater (very inexpensive w/ some giftgards I have around). I PMed the 3 peeps that are using it from the poll and I hope they have good things to say.

 

Yes, yes (before I get spammed and thrashed)...there are better kits out there...anyone have some giftcards laying around they want to give up? ;)

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Guess i'll be the first to "brag"? about using a stock cooler.

 

Due to funds and an indecision on what water setup to buy. :)

 

Looking at the Thermaltake Bigwater (very inexpensive w/ some giftgards I have around). I PMed the 3 peeps that are using it from the poll and I hope they have good things to say.

 

Yes, yes (before I get spammed and thrashed)...there are better kits out there...anyone have some giftcards laying around they want to give up? ;)

if you gonna go water, go the right route and get something like Danger Den or Asetek.

 

I use Danger Den exclusively. I can hook you up with the DangerDen guy if you like, and he can help you out in deciding what to get for the budget you have.

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Freezer64 and I'm not sure why more people haven't gone with this, never and I mean never have I gone above 38C with the settings in my Sig...usually stays around 25-27C at idle and browsing.....but best of all, I don't have to remove my heatsink to get my memory out!!

 

And all for almost 35 bucks!

 

And WHY is Arctic Cooling not on the pole???

 

I just didn't want to be "other"...lmao

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Thermalright XP120. Just finished lapping it with 2500 grit., and it has the purdiest mirror finish I have ever seen. Now if I can just survive one more week before I get to assemble it all.

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Hi all. i am running Thermaltake bigwater on my AMD64 3500+ , it runs very nice about 36 degrees celcius idle load 39-42 full load.

 

THXMAN

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custom jet w 1mm cross cut channel base plate waterblock :nod:

MCP 650 pump + BIX2 + 2 litre res. :nod:

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hmm... i uses a rare japanese cooler , SCYTHE KAMAKAZE 2 SCKM-2000 at 1280rpm,

idle at 39' load at 43' +-

 

no aircon just room temp,

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