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Old 08-04-2009
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Hello,
I use a Q9650, the stock cooler is just really crappy stuff, I got a freezer 7 pro purchased but also not a success. Because I do not have thermal right ultra 120 can buy because my closet is too small (NZXT Apollo) I started searching for an alternative.

I have already contacted with alternate and they offer me an Asus Ax Square Amazing. Has anybody experience with this cooler? in general warmer than dual cores quad cores, and with a stock cooler to get no good results, I want him idle around 32 degrees rotation and stressed below 60 degrees.

is this feasible? if so, how?

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Re: Cooling Q9650 quadcore

A Xigmatek get that in a little air and is very quiet. I have a s1283 on one E8400@4.55Ghz on air and a Q9550 which is cooled by an s1284. Both below 60 degrees and still stressed. For these results, I have a 2nd 120mm fan at 800rpm.

They are also well priced, reviews all around.
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Re: Cooling Q9650 quadcore

The freezer pro is a bit poor for a Q9650 Quad .. idle, he was soon 45 degrees! perform worse than a cooler with back plate. I want my Q9650 idle 30 degrees, and stressed below 60 degrees ..

how do I fix what cooler? price does not matter
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Re: Cooling Q9650 quadcore

I just read that my Q9650 max is 71 degrees. If he already idle 45 degrees, I do not know how much he is in stress mode! and still with a Freezer Pro 7!

I already have a list with coolers that I speak:
  • Zalman 9700 NT
  • Thermaltake MaxOrb
  • Cooler Master V8
  • Cooler Master Hyper 212
  • Asus Ax Amazing Square
  • Scythe Mugen 2

I am in general very good test results / read reviews, so I find it difficult to make a choice. I know I should not ask what to guess tomorrow I shall put my PC to alternate the choice and ensuring that everything is built unit (CPU Cooler & extra case fans)
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