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    Quote Originally Posted by Terru View Post
    Here is a blatent fanboy vote for the Thermalright ultra 120 extreme. You won't be disapointed.

    use it with the max RPM scythe fan
    This one and Thermaltake Big Typhoon-VX are my first choices but unfortunately not available here right now. Their predecessors are available and I prefer Thermalright between the two.

    Thanks.

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    Ultra-120 Extreme with Nexus or smth or Scythe Infinity with 2 fans at ~1000 RPM in push-pull configuration.

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    Ok, here I am

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    Thermalright, you won't be dissapointed, got an SP-97, and it's the real deal when comes to cooling (ok ok I've got Socket A ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LC_STiK View Post
    Thermalright, you won't be dissapointed, got an SP-97, and it's the real deal when comes to cooling (ok ok I've got Socket A ).
    Heh, I meant my new rig is online. Thank you for your suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LC_STiK View Post
    Have fun with your new toys man.
    Thanks, will do. And the final specs if anyone wonders :

    Case : Thermaltake Eureka Home Server Case
    Mobo : Asus Command Intel P965
    CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo 4300
    RAM : 2 GB OCZ PC2 6400 Special Ops Edition Urban Elite
    GPU : Sapphire AMD/ATI X1950 PRO
    HDD : 2x 320 GB Samsung SATA drives in RAID-0 setup
    Opt1 : DVD RW LG GSA-H22N 18x8x18x
    Opt2 : DVD RW LG GSA -4163B 16x8x16x
    Cooling : Zalman CNPS9700-Led
    Paste : Zalman ZM-STG1
    Spkrs : Creative Gigaworks T20
    Kb&Ms : A-4 TECH KX-2810 USB&PS/2 Keyboard+Mouse Set
    OS1 : Win XP Pro SP2
    OS2 : Windows Vista Home Premium (not installed)

    A picture of most of it before installation :
    http://img128.imageshack.us/my.php?image=newsyszd7.jpg

    And here is a photo of the PSU :
    http://img526.imageshack.us/my.php?image=psuvl5.jpg

    Let's see if people can guess the brand.

    Next week-end I'll start overclocking.

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    Seasonic M-12 of course.
    I know that box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burebista View Post
    Seasonic M-12 of course.
    I know that box.
    You won the great award, pal.

    It's indeed an M-12, the 600 W model.

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