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Old 02-20-2007
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Default Cooler that works well on the evga 680i?

Any recommendations on a cpu cooler that will fit nicely into the evga 680i and the antec nine hundred?
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Can't help you with the Antec 900 because I've never used one, but there's nothing unusual about the cooler required for an EVGA 680i board. Plenty of room for any 775 fan.
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It's more about what CPU heatsink you've got on there.

I like the Thermalright HR-05.
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You meant chipset, right?

I was actually surprised that the stock 40MM was as quiet as it was.
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I'm bias with the Zalman 9700CNPS. You do have to do a quick *mod* job on the mounting plate that resides on the back of the mobo. It took a few minutes with the dremel stylus to cut out a notch where a resistor sits......super simple.
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I like the Thermalright Ultra 120.
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