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    This cooler is only $50 CAD and it seems to fit inside my case (dimensions of cooler are 13cmX10cmX13.1cm). My case has about 14.5 cm in width.
    I'm only wondering if it will be OK for my board.

    On their site, it says it cools RAM and Northbridge as well. This seems like a really good cooler for the money. I've read a great review on TweakTown as well.

    Any ideas or component conflicts?

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    Well I have this for my Core i7 and it is a piece of ****! It cools the CPU by a few degrees less than the stock cooler. So far this thing was a waste of money.
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    Are you looking at Core Temp? What are your temps at load?

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    At stock clock they go up to about 65c.

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    My stock cooler keeps the temps at 67C load.
    That seems a little strange.

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    Yes, that's why it's a piece of s**t. If you want to add cool looks to your case you should buy this cooler that does NOTHING.

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