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Thread: Which TT Vocano HSF is the best?




  1. #21
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    My advice is just stay with 7+. It should satisfy your cooling needs. Also stick some Arctic Silver 3 on there if you haven't already. You'd be surprised at how much that helps.

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    Yeah I got some AS3 already, do you guys always run the HSF at the highest speed or you guys just put the setting on what keeps your CPU cool enough?

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    I usually keep it at med 90% of the time.
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    I go medium too simply because medium serves all the cooling needs and it didn't seem to cool THAT much better on high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    Yeah I got some AS3 already, do you guys always run the HSF at the highest speed or you guys just put the setting on what keeps your CPU cool enough?
    I have quite a supply of AS3 (let alone other heat tranfer greases) but I use Volcano 7+'s on my Athlons (medium speed) and P4's (low speed) without a worry. ;)

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    I use that new stuff Arctic silver ceramique its preatty decent but i noticed that its a bit thicker then AS3 so its a bit harder to apply but i got by and it seems to be working great.

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