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    Senior Member DocClock aka MadClocker's Avatar
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    Rosewill RCX-Z775-LX good enough?

    I want to get rid of my stock cooler for an aftermarket unit, and was looking and seen this one and it looks good, but I like to research b4 buying.
    linky http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835200035
    Sooo whatd'ya think?
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    If you want something cheap, take the Artic Cooling Freezer 7, probably better than that. The best air heatsink is the TRUE120 currently, if that may be what you're looking for.

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    I guess it would be ok for it's price, but it's not going to give an U-120X, Ultima90, or TT-120 a run for the money. Also, I just hate that pushpin mounting crap like it uses too. It always feels like it's going to warp my mobo, using that type mounting system. I much prefer a mount that uses a back plate myself.

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    I don't know, that one looks similar to a freezer pro(which is better in silence but should perform the same and cost the same)

    don't like pushpins either, the last one is always a pain to get in and I always have a feeling that it's gonna pop off, like mud I prefer a backplate myself

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    Senior Member DocClock aka MadClocker's Avatar
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    Yea, that's all I need, just want a little better than stock...I don't plan on taking this q6600 to 4g...I figure if I can get up to around 3.4-3.6 I'll be happy.... at 2:3 ratio, my mem should be maxed out @3.4-3.6g with tight timings.
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