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Old 06-11-09, 11:41 AM   #11
snowmanwithahat
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Default Re: G0 Q6600 overclocking

Well it's pretty decent cooling.... better than stock I'm sure but I'm not quite sure how it stacks up now-days against the big name heatsinks

Zalman 7700cu

all copper - flowery heatsink... not heatpipes but before this tower - heatpipe era dawned it was top dog. it's also the big 120mm fan version so it pumps a good amoutn of air...

Just one thing though... what are you guys using to monitor cpu temps? I used to use motherboard monitor because it had the nice little tray feature but now that I'm running 4 cores I'd like to see the breakdown of the actual core temps... I was using speedfan before but the fluctation in core temps made me weary of it's accuracy.
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