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 11/22/2005 10:28 PM
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leexgx
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is lower Thermal resistance better (i am asuming lower is better )

http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/pr...code_list.asp?code=005' ">http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/pr...code_list.asp?code=005

Fatal1ty FS-C77
Thermal Resistance : 0.17°C/W (0.18 )

CNPS7700-Cu
with an fan speed ajuster (be the one i would get any way)
Thermal Resistance : 0.19 (0.20) ~ 0.24(0.25)°C/W

was looking at others but as i have the a8n-sli prem mobo that uses the heat pipes i found these heat sinks should be good for overclocking and cooling as well

the more inportant queston will the zalman fit in this a8n-sli preim mobo

or what other type of cooling could i use (do rember i need some sort of cooling over the chip set heat pipes)

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 11/22/2005 10:49 PM
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QUOTE(leexgx @ Nov 22 2005, 10:28 PM)is lower Thermal resistance better (i am asuming lower is better )

http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/pr...code_list.asp?code=005' ">http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/pr...code_list.asp?code=005

Fatal1ty FS-C77
Thermal Resistance : 0.17°C/W (0.18 )

CNPS7700-Cu
with an fan speed ajuster (be the one i would get any way)
Thermal Resistance : 0.19 (0.20) ~ 0.24(0.25)°C/W

was looking at others but as i have the a8n-sli prem mobo that uses the heat pipes i found these heat sinks should be good for overclocking and cooling as well

the more inportant queston will the zalman fit in this a8n-sli preim mobo

or what other type of cooling could i use (do rember i need some sort of cooling over the chip set heat pipes)
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i personally like the CNPS9500...

the blue LED is mesmerizing

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 11/22/2005 10:51 PM
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according to this it should

http://www.zalman.co.kr/produc.../770...list_eng.htm#j1' ">http://www.zalman.co.kr/produc...9-940MBlist_eng.htm#j1

amazing what you find on the manfacturers website /wink.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='wink.gif' />
 11/22/2005 11:20 PM
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you realize you're going to pay extra for the Fatal1ty edition simply because it is a different color (red...ooo) and it has "Fatal1ty" plastered all over it...it has "better" cooling because the fan spins at a constant 2400 rpms and is noisy (42 dB) compared to the 32dB@2000 rpms of the normal 7700...

personally, I think 918grams is too heavy, but it's kind of hard to argue the cooling ability.....then I look at the thermalright xp120, 500grams lighter and cools pretty darn well...

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 11/23/2005 10:10 AM
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leexgx
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Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 seem to have got my atten now but i need something to cool me chip set pipes down (any one)

CNPS7700-Cu whould be the one i want but the Arctic Freezer 64 is lighter and does not need the cpu holder removeing and cools as good as the Zalman but the zalman has the benerfits of cooling every thing around it but is heavy hehe

i am asuming the Weight of it is not to bad just says should be carefull with it when moveing the case around

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 11/23/2005 01:14 PM
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zalman CNPS7700-Cu be good for my use as i wish to do overclocking (i am limited by an 1.5Vcore on my mobo so its oc probly only get to 2.6-2.7ghz any way) will it be able to cool it at them speeds (has to do alot better then stock heat sink hehe)

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Gameing > AMD64 5000+ X2 Black (OC 3.2ghz - 1.375v) > TK Big Typoon > Asus M2N32-SLI delux > 2.2gb 4gb Gell ram > NVIDIA 8800 GTX > X-FI

Server > phenom 9500 (OC 2.475ghz 1.3v)> 4gb ram > Asus M3A32-MVP> lots of disk space
 11/23/2005 03:09 PM
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Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 "PRO" thay have added 1 more heat pipe in the loop and it now points to the back of the case with 3 fins that point downwards to the chip set cooling think i get that one
http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=605126' ">http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=605126
any one got any comments on it

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Server > phenom 9500 (OC 2.475ghz 1.3v)> 4gb ram > Asus M3A32-MVP> lots of disk space
 11/23/2005 03:45 PM
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QUOTE(MrWicked1968 @ Nov 22 2005, 11:20 PM)you realize you're going to pay extra for the Fatal1ty edition simply because it is a different color (red...ooo)  and it has "Fatal1ty" plastered all over it...it has "better" cooling because the fan spins at a constant 2400 rpms and is noisy (42 dB) compared to the 32dB@2000 rpms of the normal 7700...

personally, I think 918grams is too heavy, but it's kind of hard to argue the cooling ability.....then I look at the thermalright xp120, 500grams lighter and cools pretty darn well...
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Yeah wicked is right the fataly is a ripoff as its just a red 7700cu.

I like the xp-120 and the artic freezer but I don't like how they stick out so much. The 7700 sit nice and close to the mobo so it won't rip off your CPU due to gravity and other elements of physics.

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