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    Question Heatsink & fan for E6600?

    Heatsink & fan for E6600?

    In the past I've always gone for the cheapo option here and got the standard h/s and fan that my cpu came with...

    But this time my Duo E6600 is coming with no h/s or fan so thought I may as well get somthing half decent.

    I won't be overclocking in a hurry so no really high spec one, but I would like the fan to slow down/speed up to suit the temp of the CPU.

    Any suggestions?
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    For excellent value you cant go wrong with the arctic freezer 7 pro. Only about £15(or less).

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    Does that have a fan speed controller?
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    Yes in the sense it has the PWM 4 pin connector.
    Alternatively you could fit it with a Zalman Fanmate for manual control.
    For the price and its cooling efficiency you cant go wrong.

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    Cool, looks good, thanks
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    A nice, quiet (and cheap) one, with good reviews is the ZEROtherm CF Series (if I'd gone with 775 I'd have bought one of these):
    http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/pro...lcooling/cfx00

    See also the review link on the right of the page.

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    no overclocking? ac freezer pro, cheap and gets good temps.

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