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Thread: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P




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    Default Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    I have a cooler Master case with PSU on the top.Can an Arctic cooler freezer 7 pro fit comfortably on a EP45T-UD3P board without bumping into the memory, etc.Thanks for the reply....

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    Default Re: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    I would say it would but one thing to keep in mind is how wide your case is compaired to your motherboard height + to your side cover. Is that clear as mud?

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    That cooler fitted just fine on my UD3P.

    If you are buying a new cooler however I would recommend something a bit bigger should your case be able to house it.
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    Default Re: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    Yea ,it does seem a little small! Maybe a Zalman CNPS9700? I'm a little worried about the PSU being so close .I have a CM960 case so it is wide enough to except a tall cooler!

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    Default Re: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    It's not very tall, and pretty slim, there's some pictures here, compare to your board, take some measures and see it it'll fit.

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    Default Re: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    Works fine in my Cooler Master CM690 ATX Mid-Tower Case! plenty of room.
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    Default Re: Freezer 7 pro work on EP45T-UD3P

    The Zalman CNPS9700 was a good cooler when it was released around three years ago, but IMO it hasn't really aged that well.

    Depending on your budget, consider a Thermlright Ultra 120 Extreme, Prolimatech Megahalems, OCZ Vendetta II (not the original, make sure it's a mk II), Noctua NH-U12P (or the NH-C12P if you require a down-draft cooler for space reasons) or a Scythe Mugen 2 (this cooler has alarge footprint, be careful if using RAM with tall heat spreaders.

    For the more budget concious, the Titan Fenrir is an excellent cooler, and is at least 10/$10 cheaper than the most affordable of the above, while being within a maybe 2c-4c temp wise.

    The Zalman may look attractive, and you may be fooled into thinking that because it has copper fins rather than aluminium that cooling is better. With a heat sink, design is the most important thing, rather than material used. It would be safe to say that in certain conditions a copper version of an excellent cooler would outperform the aluminium version, however taking an average design and making it out of copper won't really give enough of a performance boost for it to be worthwhile.

    Thermalright do a copper version of the TRUE, and there's little difference between them. Some tests show the copper version responds better to higher air flow, while others only give it a 2c advantage at best.
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