PDA

View Full Version : Now recommend me a good cpu cooler.



velvta
01-01-02, 03:49 PM
:p

CAR-15
01-01-02, 04:03 PM
umm...what processor do you have?

velvta
01-01-02, 04:05 PM
it is..ahh..how you say...xp1800?

CAR-15
01-01-02, 04:15 PM
Thermalright SK6 with a YS Tech 7000rpm fan

loop2kil
01-01-02, 05:41 PM
Swiftech MCX462 $60
Alpha 8045 $50
Thermaltake vulcan 7 w/80mm fan and adjustable RPM $30

m4a2t0t
01-01-02, 06:40 PM
are u planning to overclock?

does it matter how loud it is?

YARDofSTUF
01-01-02, 06:42 PM
the swiftech mcx462 for loud and fierce, alpha 8045 with a quiet 80mm fan for quite and safe.

m4a2t0t
01-01-02, 06:44 PM
Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
the swiftech mcx462 for loud and fierce, alpha 8045 with a quiet 80mm fan for quite and safe.

what fan u got on yours?

YARDofSTUF
01-01-02, 06:48 PM
Originally posted by m0a2t4t


what fan u got on yours?

my swifty has a 80mm delta 68cfms

terrancelam
01-01-02, 07:09 PM
get varies from person to person. I'd have to say that you should consider the options above, but also consider your budget. A oldie but a goodie is the Alpha 6035 (V2.0, without the knobs on the base of the hs), is an excellent heatsink, pure quality and usually performs VERY well when compared to it's larger breatheren.

KANO
01-01-02, 07:15 PM
Originally posted by CAR-15
Thermalright SK6 with a YS Tech 7000rpm fan

do what he said, cant go wrong great hsf.

Grimson
01-01-02, 08:33 PM
thermaltake volcano 7 is what I have, seems to work ok.