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    Re: Is it worth replacing the stock HS&F on a E6750 for a quiet PC - NOT overclocked.

    Quote Originally Posted by Queelis View Post
    I was just about to recommend frostytech to get info about cooling
    You might also want to check any anandtech's HSF reviews, they compare idle/load noise as well.
    you got a link for that? I've never heard of em.

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    Re: Is it worth replacing the stock HS&F on a E6750 for a quiet PC - NOT overclocked.

    Well, yeah
    http://www.anandtech.com/casecoolingpsus/
    But they pay attention mostly to the performance, so mainly they only check if the fan doesn't keep the noise over the whole system's.

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