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which cooler is best for my cpu and vga?!?!?!

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balilu    0

i ve read alot of reviews and all say that i won't carry it around because of it's weight and can damage my mobo :(

any other idea???

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Mr. Miyagi    2

If you truley are scared that it's going to damage your motherboard, either go with the Ultra Vortex, Vortex Dream or wait for the new coolers in 2005. I honestly don't think you should worry because I have not heard of anyone having any troubles and I have had no troubles with mine.

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balilu    0

not true ninuhadida i move my pc alot and also go to LANs

maybe i'll wait for the new products

Does anyone know when new products are getting out?? (i.e. begining of 2005, mid 2005 or later}

i ll check about Ultra Vortex and Vortex Dream but i think i ll wait for the new products.

anyway i m not getting high temps right now i need the new cooler for the cpu especially for low noise & more oveclockabilty.

my current cpu temp are 38c but the fan is running @ 3300rpm and is very loud. and i m using stock coolers but the case is open and there is no oc. sys temp are 35c

altough i need the vga cooler beacause it's very hot and loud noise. { when my mother first heared it she tought i bought a jet :lol:

my vga temps are 50c idle and load i reac about 60c-70c

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balilu    0

well i v never hadd a water cooled system and i don't know maybe if it leaks or something and i don't know how to take care of it and neither how to install it :oops:

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balilu    0

10x ninuhadida but i'm not confident with watercooling and i don't want to destroy my pc especialy my precious vga. :lol:

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mak45    0

fear no weight, semicondutor material(seramic) can withstand heavy weight. It wil break if handle like a soft toy.

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