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    gonna get a normal thermalright soon, ill post some results that i get with temps on my amd x2 4600, it probably runs hotter than c2d's anyway.

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    Scan has a poor selection really, and I thought I would get it from ebuyer with the google checkout thing. so it would be about £23 instead overall. Microdirect are out of the thermalright ultra.

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    exactly, i tried phoning but im too late, i emailed them tho. tekheads out of stock too. so annoying when you want it then its gone.

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    Hexus ads have EXCELLENT timing , cclonline ad at the top, they have the ultra in stock, at £32 too veryyyyyyy cheeep, and i can get some as5 too

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    I didn't initially respond, because the thread title does say from Scan, but if you are prepared to buy Thermalright from elsewhere then the HR-01 LGA775 with the S775 screw-down adapter kit will give you some lee-way for overclocking and not add any noise to your case, assuming you already have a rear-mounted 120mm fan.

    It has a duct that clips on to the fan and the cooler and so get a focussed passive cooler.


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    Wink Re: Heat sink from scan - whats it to be.

    Quote Originally Posted by EtheAv8r View Post

    otherwise Tuniq Tower 120...

    I will be experimenting with swapping the supplied fan for an Arctic Cooling AF12025 PWM fan - but the standard fan is quiet at low revs, and an awsome performer at high revs...
    @EtheAv8r:
    Nice Idea. I just had the same one(!) Before I go shopping, may I ask whether the experiment was a success? I have the LED fan Tuniq Tower version, with a stuupid manual fan dial on a backplate.
    Clearly, if the Arctic Cooling AF12025 PWM fan performs at close-to-silent @ 1100rpm say, then the PWM control would be ideal for my DFI LP UT P35-2TR mobo.

    Any thoughts? Thanks for your learned experience.

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    Re: Heat sink from scan - whats it to be.

    the ninja from scan is the rev B i've bought 2 of them and comes with an S-FLEX 1200 fan (very quiet, inaudiable in antec p182)

    It's my favourite cooler, as it works so well with low speed fans to the point in some circumstances you can go passive. Thoroughly recommended.

    E6600 @ stock settings 18, 19 degrees in TAT and coretemp

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