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    Coolermaster makes great coolers.

    A Thermaltake Volcano 7+ would definately do the job, and has variable speed.

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    Just out of curiosity, how long has it been since you last used a Cooler Master product? I ask because their new product line is rather impressive and comes in at a very reasonable price. If it has been a while, then you should take note that they have added non-OEM coolers to their lineup. ;)
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    I have used just about everything. For my person stuff I always stick with TT 7,9, or the new 11 xaser with numerous speed adjustment options.
    OR the new Aero 7+ which I am running on my newest comp. below. It "blows" the TT 11 in my opinion, and is a "new" design which is something I always like. With options for pci slot, or 3.5" slot speed adjustment. Great design, product for the price.

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    Check out the Spire Falcon Rock 2 (Review here)
    If your in Aus you can get it from here and here
    If you in the US you can find it here

    If you decide to go with a Thermal Take HSF definately do not get the Volcano 9. It really does suck compared to some other cheaper coolers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy
    do not get[/B] the Volcano 9. It really does suck compared to some other cheaper coolers
    Well that's no good is it..:rolleyes2

    Aren't the supose to blow..:?:

    :laugh: :rofl:

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    well, they suck and blow, depending on which side of the fan your on ;) :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy
    well, they suck and blow, depending on which side of the fan your on ;) :p
    lol true..

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    Personally I'd get the Volcano 7+ or the Volcano 11 (but it's lot noisier) though stay away from the Volcano 7 & 9 as both are bi-metal heatsinks and don't perform like the pure copper ones.

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