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JM

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Jun 12, 2001
Right now I have a Duron at 950 at 1.9 volts on an Abit KT7A. The cooler is an OCZ Monster 2 and it runs at full load 46C. I've been searching for a good cooler and these are what i am currently looking at The Original Aquastealth, Swiftech MC462, and the Taisol CGK-742092. I'm on a fairly limited budget and would like your opinion on which is best for the Duron. I want to get at least a gig out of this so try to keep that in mind. Thanks.
 

TT120

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Water cooling is always better than air cooling and much more fun to setup, run, and show off. My vote goes to the Aquastealth. I have the Aquastealth II and I love it.
 
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JM

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Another question: copper or aluminum waterjacket? Is there a big difference in performance?
 

Hoot

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Copper is almost twice as thermally conductive as aluminum. Also, use the same metal for the block as you use in the radiator core so you don't get a dissimilar metal reaction.

Hoot