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Postby aussiejunior » Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:16 pm

well for a fairly cheap solution for a decent heatsink for the cpu try using some of the smaller asetek standalone cpu coolers... they all retail for around the 50 to 80 australian dollar mark, Keep in mind there's like 4 or so different versions of the asetek cpu cooling solutions... the one i'm on about is the asetek vapochill micro... they are smaller and slightly cheaper then a thermaltake big typhoon and are suposed to perform on par.
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Postby aussiejunior » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:12 pm

look at getting a thermaltake big typhoon or if you can find one a asetek vapochillmicro ultra low noise... they are some of the best hs\f on the market and if you can get one i'd go the asetek as is virtually silent
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