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    quiet Cooling


    Is there any brand of prescot cooling that'll go with my ultra quiet trend? I like stuff out of hearing out of mind but every fan i check out for prescot has a 30 decible level even under no stress. There probably isn't viable liquid cooling for prescots is there?

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    YOu can water cool it, that will cost you the most and also be the hardest to set up. Other then that, this would also work well.
    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thxpforinp4.html

    pick a quite fan.
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    Unspecifically keep an eye out for ball bearing included fans.
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    i got some quite coolers laying around I need to review. I just tested the fan out, and these things are the quietest fans I have ever had. IDK how cool it will be, but they are quiet. If you not planing on OCing then, I saw you may want to give them a try.

    http://www.arctic-cooling.com/cpu.php
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    jkabaseball which of the 2 places do you say you'd perfer? i do want quiet but i am also into gaming but no enough to worry about OCing i'd rahter have teh warantees than the performance boost. espeacially because i'm not experienced enough with it yet. I play games like farcry so that a pretty heavy load on teh system. Would this Extremely quiet one be able to take full load on a p4 prescot lga 775 3 ghz?
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    I don't have that cooler AC has, but i know someone that does, so let me get back to you later. If its quite that would hold up under anyload.
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    ok I herd back from him. He says its died silent, and judging from other AC products hes right. IF you want a review go here.
    http://www.insanetek.com/index.php?page=arcticcf7

    I know the people who run there, and they know their stuff.
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    thanks this is lookin pretty sweet
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    the Freezer 7 works good!

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