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    Default Best CPU fan for socket 939??

    Yah please no off topic...why are you still using 939 blah blah blah blah.

    Basically I like my setup and now have the FX60 coming for less then $300 and I'm going to max out my socket 939 computer as best I can via OCing the fastest processor to tide me over until dx10 becomes more of a requirement then it is now...so late this year early next I'm figuring.

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    why are you still on s939....bla bla....

    i'm hearing the titan amanda tec cooler is meant to be amazing if a cpu is pushed hard, it may sound a bit gimmicky, and in the past i would have stayed away from coolers using pelts, but this one is meant to work.

    http://www.titan-cd.com/eng/heatpipe/amanda.html

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    Cant go wrong with a Scythe Ninja
    Last edited by Jameson; 21-02-2007 at 17:49. Reason: no net slang me laddy :)

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    these super coolers are a pain in the ass to install, been doing it a lot lately, but i guess that's not the point.

    funny enough, i'm in talk with titan, they want to send the amanda for review, and i'm looking forward to see if it lives up to what i've heard, its meant to be up there with water!

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    Zalman 9700s as good as I keep hearing??

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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835118004

    that one hands down PERIOD.

    i have one and its great

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    I use an AC freezer64 pro on my 3700+ (Overclocked to 2.78ghz) and recently built a secondary rig with an Opteron 146 (overclocked to 2.75ghz) using my first HSF, a Thermaltake Silent Boost K8. It's not on the same patch as the AC Freezer64 pro though. I have been looking at alternatives for the Thermaltake and have considered an AMD stock cooler with the heatpipes. Apparently it does a very respectable job.
    I have been looking at all those oversized coolers, but they seem to put me off. I'd much prefer one that just clamps on rather than having to dismantle the motehrboard and screw one on.

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