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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Oh, right gotcha. I thought you said 'this can run fanless' sorry. I'm tired haha. E7200 Doesn't produce much heat so I'd say yes, but wait to see what someone else says to back me up because I'm not entirely sure.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    on my room comp i have AMD Athlon X2, is it compatible?!and does it run hott?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    As far as I know, X2s are socket AM2 so yes, it should fit. Let me know what model you have (try CPUID) because different models have different heat outputs.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by watercooled View Post
    As far as I know, X2s are socket AM2 so yes, it should fit. Let me know what model you have (try CPUID) because different models have different heat outputs.
    i have the 6000+ version.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    I could be wrong, but I think that CPU does run hot. I think the lowest TDP for all the steppings is 89w so it would be better with active cooling. I think the 65nm Brisbane part has the lowest TDP (89w). I could be wrong linking heat output to TDP, so wait for a second opinion. I found this out from Wikipedia, here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...icroprocessors and here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athlon_64_X2
    Sorry I couldn't help more.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    The TRUE is not designed to run passive you will require a fan but a quiet 120mm fan will be enough to move the air to provide adequate cooling.

    For a 6000+ you will certainly need active cooling or an open heatsink (like the Scythe Ninja) in a case with a lot of airflow (which is hard to achieve quietly).

    Personally a TRUE, an Ultima 90 or a Scythe Ninja with a quiet fan (the Ninja comes with one) will be your best bet.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    hey cheers. i guess i will stick with the AC7 and fan on 30%

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    also just wondering is the 6000+ the best of its class?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Nope, the was a 6400+ which was faster obviously and now the is the X2 7750 BE which is a completely different core (basically a Phenom with 2 cores turned off which helped performance loads) still called an X2 though.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    I think it is

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Is it normal for there to be little blobs of solder between the fins of a heatsink?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by watercooled View Post
    Is it normal for there to be little blobs of solder between the fins of a heatsink?
    no but you have a better product now, because it can absorb more heat and increases the surface area you got a bargain

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Lol, yeah I suppose so. I'll just get any loose bits out with a toothpick. Comes with plenty of accessories and the Akasa amber fan is good, too. Bought some extra 92mm clips just incase I decide to add an extra fan - was in today only too! Got a tube of Thermalright thermal paste here if anyone's interested?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    i dont know why, but i find that i have become addicted to increasing the hardware in my set up.. and find excitement in reading about other people's stories lol. there was onplonker who cut up his antec 900, these things do make an interesting read.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Yeah, I agree. I haven't really posted on a computer-related forum before and it's great to have somewhere where people answer your questions. I have been asking alot but I like to hear other people's opinions and get advice. Just waiting for Arcticlean then I can go ahead and install new heatsink.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    you have to post a pic i would post my computer guts but its too hard to get behind it, i have a cable shield thing under the table and my computer fits nicely there and i would hvae to move my bed and desk to get to it lol
    there is a thread on here where u look at other people's computer setups there was like 40 odd pages i went through most of it

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