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Windows 7: Please help me narrow down some components for a new PC

13 Mar 2016   #71
ThrashZone

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Thanks for confirming Tommy
Every Intel processor I've looked at says no cooler included :/

It usually takes a little while for cpu coolers to actually state compatibility with the newest socket mother boards.


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13 Mar 2016   #72
AddRAM

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14 Mar 2016   #73
mjf

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
I was just wondering if the 6700k came with a stock cooler or not since Intel barked at third party cooler for the damages instead of Intel's manufacturing corner cutting
Mine did but I never used it. I still use a PC with a 2600k but built the PC using a Hyper 212+ cooler. In a Lancool case my temperatures have always been good even overclocking on hot days.
I used a Noctua NH-U12s in a later i5 4590 build and am happy with its performance in a Corsair CC300R case. This system runs cool and so quiet you can barley hear it.

My attitude has been if I needed a PC build now then bite the bullet and build it based on your constraints of performance requirements, cost and availability of parts. Sticking with good (& a bit more expensive) components like AUSUS motherboards and good quality PSUs is a good idea. Pick an Intel CPU that meets your needs.

My next build will probably be Kaby Lake and I'll think about components then because what's on offer will have changed.
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16 Mar 2016   #74
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