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    Default Need Help on cpu coolers!

    I need to get another cpu cooler for my amd 975be, but I don't know what to get.
    My budget is around $50, right now the Thermaltake CLW0215 Water 2.0 Performer
    is on sale for $60 plus $10 rebate so $50 at the end.
    Should i go with it or if you have any suggestions please let me know.

    Thank You for any help

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Either the hyper 212 evo with 2 better and silence fans or one more add to the stock fan
    or get the thermaltake performer with 2 stock fans.......
    Which is better?

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    The performer is a good unit. We reviewed it. You may want to hold on and see what other members have laying around that they'll sell you within your budget.
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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Here's a good cooler within your budget. I have one I used on a 1100T and it works well.

    Newegg.com - ZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-R 135mm Long life bearing CPU Cooler Red LED
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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    I am more to the water cooling if its around the same price of the air compare, even if the performance is slightly less

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Have not tried the Themaltake or the Zalman mentioned in the above posts .. but the Cooler Master TPC 812 works very well for an air cooler in that price range.
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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Yes!Asian! View Post
    Either the hyper 212 evo with 2 better and silence fans or one more add to the stock fan
    or get the thermaltake performer with 2 stock fans.......
    Which is better?
    Hey Yes!Asian!,
    If i were you i would go with the TT Water 2.0, for $50 i dont think you will find an air cooler that can compare.
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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    i also say got for the TT Water 2.0 Performer!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    I reviewed a slew of coolers for AMD platform and I would suggest the Deepcool Frostwin. No cooler comes close for $40
    Deepcool Frostwin | Pure Overclock.





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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    The Deepcool Frostwin looks pretty good compare to d14 but can't seem to find it anywhere
    And about the 2.0 performer, it only has 1 year warranty, is that too risky for a closed loop water cooler?

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    That frontwin Jim posted is a good cooler...
    Also the TT thermaltake performer is a good once also...

    Most closed loop system have a 1 yr warranty so its not to diff from allot of the other major brands..
    For $50 its a good deal...

    I have a couple of the Corsair H60's from when they first released and till this day I am still using them..

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Well most of the stuff we buy are good for at least 1 year, its after that period.
    The H60 has 5 yrs warranty and the antec 620 has 3 yrs warranty compare to 1 year......
    I don't want to have the risk of leaking and end up paying for my equipments on my own.
    I am still in college so money is tight.....

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    If warranty is important to you I suggest maybe looking into Corsair or even Antec, The Antec 620 isn't bad in pricing.
    However the TT kits are made by Asetek, which is a reliable company and I haven't seen there products fail.

    IMO for a sub $50 product you can't go wrong, But you are right when there is some risk involved. However I have not seem to many closed loops system leak. The ones that do are normally user error and they do something to cooler that they are not suppose to.

    Aircoolers can do the same job run about the same amount of money plus some depending on the cooler with the risk you are talking about.
    PM Jim (DrDeath) to see if he has any coolers available he can help you out on.

    I am sure he can get you a good deal on one..

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Asetek makes Corsair's water coolers too. I'm still using an old Asetek LCLC (low cost liquid cooler) and that thing was one of the very first Water coolers made. I also have a Corsair H50, two H60s, and an H80 here. All still work great and none have ever leaked.

    H50


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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Yup, Like Neil said.. the Older Corsair coolers where made my Asetek just like the new TT Performer is...
    The newer model of corsairs line is made by a company coolit, Were talking about the H60, H80 and H100..

    The H60 is a good cooler for right around $60 bucks. Also like you mentioned comes with the 5 year warranty.
    I have 2 of these and they are both great!

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    Default Re: Need Help on cpu coolers!

    Only thing that can go wrong on a cooler is the fans. I would not focus on warranty to tell you the truth. If you cannot find the Frostwin look at the TT Frio

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