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    Good HSF for a 939 3500+ ?

    I'm down sizeing my case, so i don't think i'm going to go down the water cooloing path. I need a good hsf to cool my A64 (939) 3500+ as i'm only using the one you get with the reatil set. I have a MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum so i think the Thermalright XP-120 is a bit to big for the board.

    I hope you can help

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    i guess you should got for the XP-90 then, also the Arctic Cooling Freezer seems to be popular.

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    i didn't think it would be that big

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    i fitted it to my board, but it was just to big

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    i use the XP90 and its marvellous.

    i can run 2.7ghz with 1.7v through my 3400 and temps dont creep much above 42C full load.

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    id be nice if a site did a review on the xp90 with a low noise fan vs the artic cooling freezer64....

    anyways, i got myself a freezer64 last week, the temps seem to be quite the same with the stock cooler on idle, and quite the same on max as well, but without the noise....
    however it still makes a *slight* audible whine....

    i bought it over the xp90 to save myself from the hassle of looking for a 90cm fan and it was cheaper lol

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    i might go for the XP90 then

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfuk
    i might go for the XP90 then
    I'm after one for my soon to be Neo2 plat 939 3200+ setup...
    Have you got a link for that?

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    I just purchased the Zalman 7000B Cu LED and I'm quite impressed. It may not have quite the cooling of the xp120, but its not far off and its smaller in size.

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    good for u then
    i personally cant stand the thought of having something 1/4 the weight of a dumbell holding to my mobo lol

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