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  1. #11
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    I use the 7+ myself and that works great on mine at low speed as well.

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    I doubt that a new hsf will help you. Intels stock coolers are pretty decent and you don't need more as long as you don't do some more serious oc
    Thats just it, im new to oc'ing and with all the reviews ive read about the 2.4c and its potential i was really hopeing to keep it running at 3Ghz or maybe more.

    So, i guess i just order a spark 7, and when i put it on, use really really small amount of artic 3.

    Anyone else think this would be best rout to take?

    the question is, if this was one of yall's probelms, what would you do about it?

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    The Volcano 11 Xaser edition is a really nice all copper HSF like it's bro the 7+. Either is a great choice, it's up to you!
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    [Memory] 512 Samsung PC3200 DDR400 w/ Copper Heatsink(s)
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    [Case] All aluminum Skyhawk case w/ custom cut blowhole
    [HSF] Volcano 11 Xaser Edition
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    XBoy[/size]]
    The Volcano 11 Xaser edition is a really nice all copper HSF like it's bro the 7+. Either is a great choice, it's up to you!
    The only thing wrong with the 11 is that it doesn't fit P4 systems like we're discussin' here. :D

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    ordered spark 7 for $23.50 , guess ill see what happens, and will do better job of puting on arctic silver 3, when it gets here.

    thanks for help.

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    Let us know how ya get on with it. ;)

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    most definatly

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    Spark 7 is a nice cooler!
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