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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    Quote Originally Posted by casecutter View Post
    ..... snip ......
    Apology accepted, don't sweat it

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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    Quote Originally Posted by ANZAC_ELITE View Post
    1.4??? is that bios or load? how much vdroop do you get??
    Vdroop is all over the place with this board. I set it to 1.4V in bios, droops to 1.36-1.38 in Windows under load, 1.4V or so idle.
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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    I get 0.06v between bios and Windows idle, 1.3v in bios to 1.24v in Windows and under load it drops down to 1.15V

    I've got 3.0Ghz rock solid stable (24 hours x two instances of Orthos small FFTs) at 1.15v (windows) at 49C load. I lapped my cooler and cpu IHS on the weekend in an attempt to lower temps and I gained ~8C at load, the IHS was incredibly uneven, the Zalman was concave.

    Next up is 3.2GHz then 3.6GHz and when my new ram gets here (HyperX PC2 9600) hopefully higher.

    Quote Originally Posted by casecutter View Post
    ...... Keeps my Quad under 60C @ 3.2GHz with 1.4V Vcore and that is with a silent fan.
    It would want to given the thermal spec of the X3210 (assuming that is the quad you're referring to)

    Type / Form Factor .............. Intel Quad-Core Xeon X3210
    Multi-Core Technology .......... Quad-Core
    64-bit Computing ................. Yes
    Processor Qty ..................... 1
    Clock Speed ....................... 2.13 GHz
    Bus Speed ......................... 1066 MHz
    Compatible Processor Socket . LGA775 Socket
    Manufacturing Process ......... 65 nm
    Thermal Design Power .......... 105 W
    Thermal Specification ........ 62.2 C


    EDIT: Is yours a B3 or G0 stepping?? because these specs look like B3 to me.

    My hunch was correct, the G0 thermal spec is 85C

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    Last edited by ANZAC_ELITE; 11-19-2007 at 10:17 AM. Reason: added more stuff
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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    I saw reviews on the NH-U12P, and looks good. Anyone can comment on this.
    Thanks

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    my cpu keeps under 26*c with a zalman 9500 the only difference is an led on the fan
    my cpu is a e6300 changin to quad in a week o 2 will post again to tell u what temps i am gettin after i overclock
    havent been able to oc at the mo cos my mobo wont let me
    but for the price its got good temps

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    hi just wonderin out of curiosity will a zalman vf700 fit on an 8800 gt
    as it appears to have the same mountin holes
    hav a look at this link as it shows a diagram with mountain holes for new 8800 cooler

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ZEROtherm-Hurr...QQcmdZViewItem

    also the thing is i already hav to vf700 as i hav been usin them in sli for 7600 cards so if they fit i dont want to spend mo money as its costin enough
    already

    sorry if im postin this in the wrong place just a spark went off in my head when readin about coolers

    also a zalman 9500 doesnt do to bad as i hav 1 on my pc e6300 cpu temp 25*c without it bein overclocked tho will post a reply in a week o 2 when i get new pc up n runnin tell u what temp i get with me new quad go q6600

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    how bout this fo strange maybe good get a bigger fan with higher rpm for sum reason it has a water pump



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    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=700 align=center bgColor=#ffffff border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5 width="100%" bgColor=#ffffff border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><TABLE class=tbbgcolor04 cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>DC Fan size:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>100 x 100 x 25 mm.</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Compatibility:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>Athlon 64 Opteron (Socket 754/939/940/AM2), and Intel Pentium D/P4(LGA775), Core Duo (775 Dual-Core).</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Material:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>Copper + Aluminum.</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Fan speed:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>1800 ~ 2600 RPM.</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Bearing type:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>Ever lubricate bearing (Long life bearing).</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Cooler dimension:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>130 x 126.5 x 165 mm.</TD></TR><TR><TD width="30%" bgColor=#d12026>Weight:</TD><TD width="70%" bgColor=black>2.5 lbs (960 g) / unit.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

    http://www.xpcgear.com/ga10025s.html

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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    Quote Originally Posted by elec999 View Post
    I saw reviews on the NH-U12P, and looks good. Anyone can comment on this.

    Thanks
    To be honest I can't find a review that compares it to anything of interest e.g. Ultra 120 eXtreme, Tuniq Tower, Zalman etc, the review I found (almost everyone linked to the same one at OC3D) compared it to some rather obscure coolers and the results against the stock cooler (~7C less at idle, ~9C less at load on an e6700 at stock clocks) were hardly "earth shattering" to say the least. Without actually physically having a play with it to verify these results lets just say I'm "underwhelmed".


    Quote Originally Posted by samtomjohn1 View Post
    hi just wonderin out of curiosity will a zalman vf700 fit on an 8800 gt
    as it appears to have the same mountin holes
    hav a look at this link as it shows a diagram with mountain holes for new 8800 cooler

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ZEROtherm-Hurr...QQcmdZViewItem

    also the thing is i already hav to vf700 as i hav been usin them in sli for 7600 cards so if they fit i dont want to spend mo money as its costin enough
    already

    sorry if im postin this in the wrong place just a spark went off in my head when readin about coolers

    also a zalman 9500 doesnt do to bad as i hav 1 on my pc e6300 cpu temp 25*c without it bein overclocked tho will post a reply in a week o 2 when i get new pc up n runnin tell u what temp i get with me new quad go q6600
    I've seen others asking about the VF700 but to be honest I can't say for sure, I was planning on a VF1000 now they have finally managed to get the ZM-RHS88 available here.

    Quote Originally Posted by samtomjohn1 View Post
    how bout this fo strange maybe good get a bigger fan with higher rpm for sum reason it has a water pump

    http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t..._843936441.jpg
    Futuristic looking thing, I'll read up on that later.
    Last edited by ANZAC_ELITE; 11-29-2007 at 05:12 PM. Reason: added stuff
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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    Quote Originally Posted by elec999 View Post
    I saw reviews on the NH-U12P, and looks good. Anyone can comment on this.
    Thanks
    The NH-U12P cools my 1 year old AMD64X2 4200 overclocked on an asus m2npv-vm mobo at 2420MHz(2200MHz stock) stable at 20c-23c idle and 32-34 loaded on oblivion. With 2 other 120mm fans blowing in my Sonata 2 case and a vf900 cooling my 7600gt ko. Its a quiet setup. I did pay $71 dollars shipped for this bad boy. YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!!RIGHT (It is alot for a air cooler)
    Waiting for my tax return so i can get a new build.

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    Default Re: Best cpu cooler for socket 775

    Eventually I purchased a Thermalright Ultra 120 extreme after many hours of researching.
    Just check and make sure your case is wide enough to take the beastie.

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