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    well ive decided to upgrade my cpu cooler again for maximum cooling (but not water yet) and i wanna know whats the biggest loudest most effective air cooler out there?
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    lol the biggest is not always the best though is it ..i think schythe do some biggies..or however u spell it . you probs know but ill post the site anyways incase it helps some ppl. gr8 service i gt alot of stuff from ere , first class.

    http://www.thecoolingshop.co.uk/

    lol edit : i meant to say aerocool not scythe , its aerocool that do some big coolers , scythe is mostly passivluy cooled stuff. heat pipe technology n all that
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    yup the Scythe Ninja Plus is one of the best on the market me thinks, tho it costs a bit more than it should and the installation may be (realtively) a bit hard but if you want the biggest and the most well performing this would be it

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    yeah i looked at that as a choice when i was thinking of upgrading but i have a very small bidget to work with so its out of m reach

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    I wouldent go past a decent Zalman myself. But probabley to average for what your looking for

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    the thermaltake big typhoon might be good, i've got that coming in for review so we'll know in the next few weeks. Guys, if any of you want to see any coolers reviewed just post them in this thread, i'm going to do a roundup on s775.

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    i have a big typhoon - tho i dont have any xp with other coolers - it aint that good if someone prefers performance over silence. at least in 3DMarks and CoD2 cpu temp goes up to 60C
    btw i'd like to see thermaltakes vga water cooling unit under some tests and perhaps compared to some air coolers like zalman or arctic cooling, would be lovely

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    I was actually talking about CPU coolers hence why i said roundup on s775

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    thought that was some newish leet talk, but it makes sense now
    cpu coolers are not on my sweet spot right now, i'll only look at the subject when i'll be getting a new rig, which wont be any time soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeozor
    thought that was some newish leet talk, but it makes sense now
    LOL that was funny

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    ill wait for the review...im not in a hurry
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    Asus Star Ice......its the size of a softball and looks like a friggin jet engine....

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    abit off topic, but the stock cpu cooling on the dell dimension e521 is awesome.the massive case fan directs the air flow through the biggest heat sink iv ever seen that covers the cpu and the surrounding area.the hottest its ever got is 50degrees.

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    Vantec Tornado? I have a server for a game called garrysmod and as some of you may know, the server must be running the game 24/7 to have it be accessible by other players. It's got a 2.6 Ghz Athlon 64 and dual 8600GTS's, all with stock cooling, and one 80mm tornado cools it all, leaving it on a week straight, CPU temp never reaches 15 Degrees. Case temp never reaches 20 Degrees. I put my hand about 3 feet away from the back of the case and still feel a cool breeze, I don't know if that's impressive, but it's pretty loud, too haha.

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