oh but the XP-90C beats everything, i though ninja was the best?CCUABIDExORxDIE said:
its a good hsf, but like all Thermalright HSF's, barring the xp90C, the base is warped, but it varies from HSF to HSF. They usually needs lapping to do the best, but some dont. they are all good HSF's, but if it were my choice, id vote for a Scythe Ninja, cause it would benifit me more with my case layout.coolkishan said:You right..... but Si-120 aint that bad is it?
Ballz2TheWallz said:can anyone reccomend me a HSF thats not gonna require me to take my motherboard off the tray to install? it was hard enough lineing the bitch up the first time, and im topping at 2.4ghz 54C load
Render said:well i used the original a64 s939 backplate for my 7000b-CU and it gets the same temps as those who did not.
edit: i can go 2.8 1.5 vcore @ 48 C load
Most of the aftermarket coolers are going to require you to remove the motherboard for installation. Theres just no getting around it for most HSF combos.Ballz2TheWallz said:can anyone reccomend me a HSF thats not gonna require me to take my motherboard off the tray to install? it was hard enough lineing the bitch up the first time, and im topping at 2.4ghz 54C load
nah, cause swiftech makes some good stuff. the throat punches will be emitted if someone is like TT SUCKS! or Swiftech likes men!pairdice said:ypu still can't beat the quality put out by Swiftech.
i' feeling a punch to the throat.........
and freezer 64 pro. not too many HSF's can be used without replacing it, if you get an xp120/scythe ninja type clipping HSF, then you just install the new top mounting backet and you dont hafta ever worry about it.N H O said:freezer 64
10 bux for shipping even makes the baby jesus cryHaste266 said:i have the cnps9500 and it works very well. even running in a hot ass case(38c) under full load with my 3.4e clocked at 3.8 it keeps it under 50c.
before u go blowing your wad on newegg though...use froogle...geez
Constanople said:10 bux for shipping even makes the baby jesus cry