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    Default CPU cooler for 775 socket

    Which is best cooler for intel 775 socket which also has got the support for 1156/1366 support...

    i wanted to know the performance of these 2---

    1. CoolerMaster Hyper212 plus
    2. CoolerMaster Hyper TX3

    Whats the idle temp of E7500 and the maximum temp i want to overclock it to 3.4gHz so which cooler would be the best??
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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    among this two, off course CoolerMaster Hyper212 plus is better.

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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    anyone else???

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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    The 212+ of course is better at cooling.The customer reviews on the 212+ however is a mixed bag. For some it cools as good as the flagships from Thermalright,for some it suxxs as bad as a TT cooler,for most installation was painless, for some it was so bad that they gave up on the cooler without evn trying it. However,even a Spinq can keep your [email protected] priming at 55-60C. But from how they look, i can actually guess that the mounting system on the CM 212+ are terrible.

    I assume that u r looking for smthing super cheap, but not low on performance. If so, u can have a look at the coolers Xigmatek has to offer. They r very well priced, perform well and ship with a good mounting system.

    The TX-3 is like a cheaper and smaller version of the 212+ with 3DCH instead of 4 on the 212+. It is for those for whom the height of the cooler is an issue. If u can 't fit the Spinq in your case, u can't fit in the 212+ either. All high performance coolers are in the 160mm range (+/- 1-4 mm).
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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    spinq vt or spinq??

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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    I used a spinq(regular,not vt) on my E7500 setup.
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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    can u mention any specific models of Xigmatek supporting both 775 and 1156??

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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    Most recent coolers from XIGMATEK are somewhat similar in terms of performance and design xcpt the THOR 's HAMMER wich i don't prfr much bcz its a ltl too bulky. Most 'f them employ HDT tecnology.

    Now, the real problem is, i don't think ne 'f the XIGI's originally ship with brackets for 1156 socket. They didn 't when i was looking fr my MEGAHALEMS, they still don 't if you buy them from NEWEGG who although lists them as CORE i5 compatible, but by that only mean that they r compatible if u buy the socket for additional 9.00 USD.

    The bottom line is im confused whether XIGMATEK now provides 1156 brackets with their recent packages. You can ask RD whether his Red Scrpion came with 1156 brackets.

    I personally like the RS (RED scorpion) from XIG, bcz they r super cheap. The DK(Dark knight) is the same stuff just a little more look oriented with the nickle finishing and everything ,but they r a litl more xpensive.
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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    i also personally like the Red scorpion..The xigmatek site mentions that there is no 1156 brackets with Red scorpion but there is with the dark knight

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    Default Re: CPU cooler for 775 socket

    Newegg still doesn't offer 1156 brackets with the DK by default.

    Since you're getting them from Malaysian/Sing. retail store and not an online store i suggest you just check on the product package for compatibility.
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