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    Cooling Q9650 quadcore

    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?
    As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness.Henry David Thoreau

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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
    As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness.Henry David Thoreau

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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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