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    Default Re: A big THX to LSD

    I am not sure. I would assume it has the copper center, which some of the newer dual's do not.

    Ya, Intel stock coolers are noisy. But they do work as they should but ONLY at stock. And always if you have the cash there is better/cooler and quieter solutions. Even if you are and plan to keep running stock

    Yeah, I think self help (IE: Google, reviews, blogs, forums), and helping others is the best way to learn things. And you are right, the more you help others the more you learn and keep the knowledge fresh in your mind at the same time

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    Good points. Some of those coolers are just *massive*!! I'm running a simple Masscool on my e7200 which is stock at 2.53Ghz and I have it clocked to 3.4Ghz. Realtemp idle is 32C and stress-test temps top out at 60C. Most of the time, running games or apps, temps top at 52-55C.
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    Default Re: A big THX to LSD

    Sounds like a nice decent cooler!

    Ya, even a cheaper/smaller cooler is usually better then stock no matter how you look at it

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    I have a huge cooler that hardly fits in my case... but it works! But really i just wanna say a big thanks to LSD for everything he gives to these forums and to helping its members... big up!
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    Default Re: A big THX to LSD

    Thanks guys, this is the second "Thanks" thread to me this month!

    I am glad I can help, and you all make me feel well appreciated

    You guys ROCK!!!

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