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    Default Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    Will a thermalright true heat sink fit on a UD3P motherboard? I cant seam to find anything on here so........ Could someone suggest a decent fan that will be efficient?
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    Oh yeah, the TRUE definitely fits on the EP45-UD3P.

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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    Quote Originally Posted by The Muncher View Post
    Will a thermalright true heat sink fit on a UD3P motherboard? I cant seam to find anything on here so........ Could someone suggest a decent fan that will be efficient?
    There should be no problems fitting a TRUE to your UD3P !

    My current TRUE/Q6600/UD3P setup has no problems running stable at 3.6GHz. Can go higher, but sticking with 3.6GHz ensures a better stability margin. And although a Scythe S-Flex (SFF21F) is generally considered a good match for a TRUE, I personaly find the Zalman ZM-F3 to provide better cooling?

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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    thanks all,I would like to try something different thats all. I havent done anything new with my rig in some time so....
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    My Masscool 92mm keeps my CPU at 4GHz 38C idle, 47C moderate load, 55C full load. Not bad considering my case isn't the most efficient air flow case around.

    I'm not sure a TRUE would do me any better.

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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    I was thinking of a change do to the fact i can run my cpu at 4.02 for the most part but half way into a game it get to hot.
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    for the money, though, the Noctua chills better... according to that chart., or the Zerotherm.. not sure of their costs though, but the TRUE Copper is $80~ and the Black is around $60...

    The Zerotherm Zen FZ120 is $40...

    The Noctuas are ~$50 - $80

    matter of fact, I think I might order that Noctua myself... or the Thermaltake Orb... not a bad price and good review at Tweak.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex St. John
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    I just fitted a TrUE Black 120, loving it so far...
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    It may be that the TrUE coller will out do them all. Unlike the regular and black versions, the copper is 100% copper everywhere. The fins, heat pipes, base, the lot. Regular and black editions use aluminium fins.

    TRuE's do have a bit of a reputation for their bases being convex, but it's said this is to counter act the effects of having a CPU with a concave top (IHS).

    In some cases Lapping both the TrUE and the processor has yielded big temperature drops. 6-8c for a little sanding work is quite good. Plus it makes your CPU shiny. Mmmmm...shineeeeey!
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    Default Re: Will a TRUE heat sink fit a UD3P

    Prolimatech Megahalems beats True even True Copper.
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