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    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1218007082289

    Anyone have any experiance with this cooler? I have a phenom II chip that I want to OC and I want to air cool for now until I buy a antec 900 case then I will most likely go liquid. Thanks alot.

    Alex

    Ps. I have read reviews already and have tried searching. It has good reviews but I am assuming the chips werent over clocked.

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    i think that is the one i use on my CPU actually and i have had very good results with the cooling from it even when i had my CPU overclocked and very pleased with the fan.

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    Thank you very much, that is what I was hoping to hear :-) I can finally go grab one now. I have been searching EVERYHERE before I finally decided to post hear and ask. Thanks again!!

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    For roughly the same price, you could pick up a Domino A.L.C. from Coolit Systems, we have the review here.
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    Shattered, thank you very much for the link, that cooler looks SWEET. I am really just trying to buy something decent that I can buy at a local store but I assure you when it comes time to build a liquid cooling system I will be asking for help and opinions on what I should get. Thanks again guys, you were a huge help.

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    If you're going with liquid later, then that Thermaltake will do the trick if your heart is set on it.

    When you're ready to move to liquid, come chat with us, most of the regulars here run liquid in various forms and setups

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