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    Thermalright XP 120

    Ive heard good things about this cooler, anyone have anything to say about them? Pros and cons?

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    what fan can u recommend thats quiet and cools a prescott 3.0 @ 3.4 well (stock voltage)
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    I'm thinking of getting the same cooler for the same processor with the same o/c, what a coincidence!

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    I'm using a 120mm Xinruilian, which it has to be said is too fat for the supplied clips, hence I had to tie-wrap it to the cooler. But it does the job handsomly. Also try panaflo , zallman, silent-x

    *edit*http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=154681 comes highly recomended.
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    I'm using a 120mm Thermaltake on an XP-120 and the supplied clips worked fine. The Thermaltake is adjustable from about 20-100 CFM. If you are overclocking or just want to keep it really cool get something that will move at least 60 CFM.

    Just make sure you have the real estate in your case and on your motherboard as this is a very large cooler.
    Last edited by StormPC; 29-03-2005 at 05:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormPC
    ...Just make sure you have the real estate in your case and on your motherboard as this is a very large cooler...

    Does it's job nicely though..

    S.

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    yeah really does.

    i used a 120mm delta on mine for some hardcore aircooling


    but ive heard gr8 things about the panaflo. To give u some idea. ive never 0wned 1 but heard that much about it that i would recommend it


    its that big
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    panaflos are amazing, even the l1a push decent air and the h1a push lots of air realy queitly
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    They are great. I stuck a Delta "Screamer" on mine. 195CFM, nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0iD
    I'm using a 120mm Xinruilian, which it has to be said is too fat for the supplied clips, hence I had to tie-wrap it to the cooler. But it does the job handsomly. Also try panaflo , zallman, silent-x

    *edit*http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=154681 comes highly recomended.
    I'd go for

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=192074

    or

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=137426



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