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Windows 7: Intel i7-860 stock CPU cooling fan

29 Sep 2009   #11
nate42nd

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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well guys I've decided to go ahead with aftermarket cooling. Heck it's only $25 for the Hyper 212+. I just have to wait for the local store to get it in stock.

Then if i ever do want to try overclocking, I dont have to worry about it.

Plus I keep my computer running 24/7 so it would be a little better insurance.
Nice choice, you will WANT to do some OCing with that processor. It's easy and fun. I have not been able to hold back. I have mine running all the time at 3.4Ghz with turbo off - or it runs at almost 3.o with turbo on anyway!! What a sweet CPU. I hope you enjoy it half as much as I have.
Why can't he enjoy it just as much as you have??? (joking)
I meant AT LEAST half as much


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29 Sep 2009   #12
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

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Nice choice, you will WANT to do some OCing with that processor. It's easy and fun. I have not been able to hold back. I have mine running all the time at 3.4Ghz with turbo off - or it runs at almost 3.o with turbo on anyway!! What a sweet CPU. I hope you enjoy it half as much as I have.
Why can't he enjoy it just as much as you have??? (joking)
I meant AT LEAST half as much
I know.
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