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Thread: Which hsf?




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    woah... scared me for a little there.. I saw TT in your post above.. I didn't realise u meant Thermaltake til I re-read it.. :)

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    I am using the OC Gladtator with a Sunon 35cfms (I think) 80mm fan with the 60x80mm adaptor of course. Is there a HSF out there worth upgrading that won't brake the pocket but giving more thermal help.

    I am running about 40C-45C under load.....never ever seen it above 50C

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbidad
    I am using the OC Gladtator with a Sunon 35cfms (I think) 80mm fan with the 60x80mm adaptor of course. Is there a HSF out there worth upgrading that won't brake the pocket but giving more thermal help.

    I am running about 40C-45C under load.....never ever seen it above 50C

    adapters increase the cpu temp, don't use them. :thumbs do
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    I have to disagree.... My temps stayed about the same. I had a delta fan I think it was 7000 rpm and after awhile I got tired of it. I changed it out with an 80mm fan with about the same CFM's and the temps stayed about the same

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    there are a lot of factors at play & the geometry of the fan adaptor is important

    I've usually had good luck with them as well

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