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    Default Which CPU cooler is better to buy?

    TT Frio OCK or TT Frio Advanced or TT Frio Extreme.(Which is best for OVERCLOCKING)
    Thanks in advance.

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    Tt frio ock is better imo

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    Antec Kuhler 620 @6k-6.5K
    বাট রিমেমবার, জলিল নেভার ডাই, আর মরলেও ডাই এনাদার ডে।

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    Quote Originally Posted by blood stain child View Post
    Tt frio ock is better imo
    Then I am gonna buy it

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    Thermaltake Frio Extreme is supposed to be the top dog in their lineup. So if space isn't an issue, get the Extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    Thermaltake Frio Extreme is supposed to be the top dog in their lineup. So if space isn't an issue, get the Extreme.
    Okay then

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    Is a TT V4 Black Edition big enough to hold a TT Extreme

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    Yes for your processor I think the best option would be TT extreme, but also look at other brands DeepKool and specially antec Kuhler. They are also available in BD now

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Yes for your processor I think the best option would be TT extreme, but also look at other brands DeepKool and specially antec Kuhler. They are also available in BD now
    Can i get it from Computer Source

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Face View Post
    Antec Kuhler 620 @6k-6.5K
    Antec Kuhler is a liquid cooler right? Where can i buy it from?
    Last edited by Ahnaf_i7X; November 9th, 2012 at 13:16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    Can i get it from Computer Source

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    Antec Kuhler is a liquid cooler right? Where can i buy it from?
    A Closed loop liquid cooler yes.
    As for your case, the V4 should hold the Frio Extreme according to specs on Tt's site. But it will be a tight fit so there will be little room to work with. While the Khuler is smaller but, it actually performs worse than a Frio sadly. But you get the ability to install taller memory modules.

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    @eXcavator , and also a lot less noise and dust.
    can u please provide a valid comparison between that kuhler 620 and frio extreme?

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    I am confused, should i get the frio extreme or kuhler 620 or frio advanced?

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    TT Extreme is really big, I have another idea suggest me a larger case which is stylish and larger than my current case. The price should be under 5k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    @eXcavator , and also a lot less noise and dust.
    can u please provide a valid comparison between that kuhler 620 and frio extreme?
    Noise depends on the fan you use. If you are counting on the stock ones, then indeed Frio's will sound noisy (Atleast the Advanced and the Vanilla ones did) at the max speed, at medium speeds they are quiet enough. For dust, it depends on your case, intake fans, dust filters and case pressure. The radiator will catch just as much dust as the fins of air cooler on the same setup.
    And no, I didn't find one. Anyway, here is a comparison with the vanilla Frio.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    TT Extreme is really big, I have another idea suggest me a larger case which is stylish and larger than my current case. The price should be under 5k.
    Uh with a gigantic tower like that, you would need atleast a Dokker or similar size chassis to have work room. I have no idea about the current Chassis market state so there might be better options out there.
    Honestly, after seeing the overclockersclub.com's review, I don't think the Frio Extreme is worth the extra price tag and size over the Frio Advanced, rather I would swap out the fans on the Frio Advanced and call it a day. And if you want the Khuler, I suppose its less noisy with the stock supplied fans and you will have a "clean" looking setup which is less crammed and you get the bragging rights.
    Last edited by Rakin7; November 9th, 2012 at 19:21.

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    I will buy the frio advanced

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    my vote also goes for kuhler if it is 6k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    TT Frio OCK or TT Frio Advanced or TT Frio Extreme.(Which is best for OVERCLOCKING)
    Thanks in advance.
    1st if u r ocing to get better FPS in gaming, then don't bother with aftermarket cooler.

    Your stock CPU capability is far superior than ur HD 7850. So, instead ocing ur gpu will get additional fps.

    n if u still intend to get 1 then get an Air heatsink. These closed loop Water coolers have reputation of leaking n u dun want that.

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    That applies to all Liquid cooling solutions Minitt bhaia, chances of a CLC leaking are much lower, though you normally don't do a leak test on CLCs but its still to be safe do a 24 hour leak test before installing/turning your computer on if you buy a CLC. And don't hold the radiator on the fins, it doesn't take too much pressure to bend/break the fins. On the other hand with air coolers, you cannot damage anything unintentionally unless you drop it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    1st if u r ocing to get better FPS in gaming, then don't bother with aftermarket cooler.

    Your stock CPU capability is far superior than ur HD 7850. So, instead ocing ur gpu will get additional fps.

    n if u still intend to get 1 then get an Air heatsink. These closed loop Water coolers have reputation of leaking n u dun want that.
    I think ur right. But i will still buy the frio advanced tomorrow.

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    @Ahnaf_i7X Frio advance sells for 5.5K i guess. lil bit expensive compared to the performance but good enough. Using 1 myself.

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    5.5K te Frio advanced na kine Frio OCk or Antec kuhler 620 kino
    বাট রিমেমবার, জলিল নেভার ডাই, আর মরলেও ডাই এনাদার ডে।

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Face View Post
    5.5K te Frio advanced na kine Frio OCk or Antec kuhler 620 kino
    I am worried about the space in my TT V4 Black Edition case, so which is better advanced or OCK i am going to buy it today.

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