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    Default water cooler buying help

    I Want To Buy cooler for my intel core 2 quad q8200 2.33 ghz,
    my choice listed below::
    TT Frio Ock-1 year Warranty
    TT Frio Extreme-1 year warranty
    TT Big Water a80-1 year warranty
    Coler Master Seidon 120m-No warranty
    Antec H20 620-1 Year Warranty But Market Out
    Corsair Water Cooler H60-1 year warranty But market Out

    Pls Give Me Some Advice Which Should I Take??
    Note I Know My Cpu Is Not Good Enough To Use Such As Cooler,But Now I dont have Such Money To Change my proc,mb & Ram.I Will change my config next year.so now i want to buy a decent cooler for future pupose.

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    None of the ones listed above are proper water coolers, and for your case, I'd say the Tt Frio Extreme would be the best. If you plan of installing tall memory modules (RAM) then you might want to consider the Closed loop systems, all of them will perform the similar with the Frio Extreme a bit better than the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    None of the ones listed above are proper water coolers, and for your case, I'd say the Tt Frio Extreme would be the best. If you plan of installing tall memory modules (RAM) then you might want to consider the Closed loop systems, all of them will perform the similar with the Frio Extreme a bit better than the others.
    bro thanx for ur opinion.but amar mb holo inteldg31pr,eto small mb te ki frio extreme lagano jabe??

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    I have a frio ock used no warranty.
    if u can access private shop area then price 2.9k
    if u can't then the price is 1/0 u do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemal77 View Post
    bro thanx for ur opinion.but amar mb holo inteldg31pr,eto small mb te ki frio extreme lagano jabe??
    Yes it can be mounted, but it will not be practical. Swapping out memory modules would require dismounting the cooler.

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    Ami Jodi Tt Frio extreme ta Nei Tahole Ki Amar North Bridge Er Shathe Kono Prb Hobe Na,Bcs My Dg31pr North Bridge Is too Big & Motherboard Is Too Short
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    ai mobo te frio extreme lagaye ki luv hobe? age mobo change koren.

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    ai mobo te frio extreme lagaye ki luv hobe? age mobo change koren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raziel View Post
    ai mobo te frio extreme lagaye ki luv hobe? age mobo change koren.

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    ai mobo te frio extreme lagaye ki luv hobe? age mobo change koren.
    bro shobe change hobe but akhon shudhu ekta bhalo cooler er dorkar 3-4 months por shob change korbo without cooler,,
    bhai prb ta jante chai extreme ta ki apatoto ai mobo te lagano jabe????

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    i think frio extreme will be way bigger for a MicroATX (9.60 inches by 8.60 inches [243.84 millimeters by 218.44 millimeters]). Frio extreme itself is 148.2(L) x 151(W) x 160(H) mm. You can try to use H60 if u want.

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    acha thak tahole extreme baad frio & Frio Advanced er modhe konta bhalo hobe??

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    bump***

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    Tt Fri Advanced Ta Nia Nisi Motherboard Niya Gesilam Setup koira Niya Aisi..now everything ok & i m Fine With My Temp

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