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WTD - Heatsink/Fan LGA775 - 30db or less

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I need a new heatsink/fan that will fit socket LGA775. Here's the main part of the spec for the fan i'm currently running.... INTEL LGA775 ATX Solution Cooler Profile 90W*68H*90 mm Heat S…
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:11 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
I need a new heatsink/fan that will fit socket LGA775.

Here's the main part of the spec for the fan i'm currently running....

INTEL LGA775 ATX Solution

Cooler Profile 90W*68H*90 mm
Heat Sink Dim 90W*40H*90 mm 
Fan Speed: 4400 RPM
Fan Speed on Cooler: 4300RPM
Max.Air Flow: 85.4CFM (Free Air)
Max.Air Pressure; 10.02mm-H2O(Free Air)

I'm guessing i'm going to need one that's the same dimension? Otherwise the screws will be in a different place and it wont fit on the mobo will it?

I want a decent one, willing to pay up to about £35 for one new.

I havent seen many that can produce as much airflow as the one that's on, my computer is overheating at the moment so it needs to be one that does a good job of cooling.
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:11 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
Hi Kyle

I've got one that I bought because I didn't realise to processor came with one! so it's brand new boxed etc. The specs say 'High performance CPU cooler Pure Copper (Sunflower)'
Fan speed: 3600 RPM
Air FLow: 65.41 CFM
Noise level: 35.5dB(a)
Bearing type: Ball Bearing
Sliver thermal grease included.

If you're interested you can have it for £15 inc P&P

Rolly Coaster
#2
Do you know the name or model number? I'd like to see a picture first.

Thanks for replying.
#3
Got a Akasa EVO 120. Used but in very good condition, boxed with all fitting bits. £25 delivered. Any good?
#4
Was that easy to fit?

Seems a little pricey at £25 delivered, theyre not much more here.. http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/amdfan.html

I was gonna get the Gigabyte 3d Rocket II, not much difference between that and the evo120.

Did you have to remove your motherboard to attach this? And is it quiet?
#5
FYI you don't need a cooler with those specific dimensions. You just need a socket 775 cooler.
#6
and if your computer is overheating you probably need to look at your computer's airflow! amazing how much difference just tidying the wires inside your computer can make. installing an intake fan at the front and an exhaust fan at the back are also very simple and effective ways of improving your airflow.
#7
Your best best would be to get the best heatsink rather than best airflow as the air can only dissipate the heat that's been transferred. Thermaltake big typhoon and v1 are excellent. Also the scythe ninja or katana are great coolers and none are more than about 30 quid.

The difference of having a great heatsink means you can run a fan at lower speed and therefore very quiet.
#8
The Scythe Ninja heatsink looks well good.

If i get the full copper version i think that would be quality, the ones that come with a fan are only 10.7db aswell.

Anyone know any sites that sell these where i can get money back through quidco?
#9
kyle_d
Was that easy to fit?

Seems a little pricey at £25 delivered, theyre not much more here.. http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/amdfan.html

I was gonna get the Gigabyte 3d Rocket II, not much difference between that and the evo120.

Did you have to remove your motherboard to attach this? And is it quiet?


if you add the delivery cost, it comes to about £35 from the site you gave. So I think £25 is a fair price. I'm open to offer though.

I never used it on a LGA775 mobo so don't know exatly how it works. But according to the manual, it's fairly easy to install. You do have to remove the mobo though, as most aftermarket LGA775 cooler. And yes, it's very quiet - 15db at low-speed.

Hope that helps.
#10
It's a Cooltron LGA 775 Dual core CPU Cooler

http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/7986/200702212036180001qi8.jpg

http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/9057/200702212037120002xw0.jpg

It's dead easy to fit, just a thin smear of heatsink compound (included) & 4 push fit posts. Job done.
I'd agree that you need to look carefully at your cabling and the front/rear vents also as air needs to get in and out easily.

Rolly
#11
Is this still available mate? If so how much?

Iv noticed my CPU Fan connecter on my mobo is 4pin not 3pin so it has to be 4pin.... this has well messed up what i was going to put in as its alot harder to find a good 4pin CPU fan as most are 3pin standard.
#12
My mobo is also 4 pin but my Thermaltake Big Typhoon is a 3 pin and it works fine, so I wouldn't worry about that. Also, get one with a manual fan control so you can just control noise.

If you're a bit strapped for space inside your mobo, as some of these coolers are HUGE, a Thermaltake orb series cooler is pretty good too.
#13
Iv found what i want i think, just about to buy it. What do you think before i purchase??

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=HS-015-AS

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/pimg/HS-015-AS_200.jpg

You say the 3pin worked fine, how did it fit on?? :S

Also bought these earlier :D:D £32

http://img1.iwascoding.de/2/2008/02/09/E9729533912E4D54AC60ECD7726CFDB1.jpg
#14
Yes it's still available, it has a 4 pin connection and is a lot smaller than the silent knight II at only 90x90x60

Like I said first off, you can have it for £15 inc P&P
#15
You want this or not????
#16
Can lock now iv fitted a Silent Knight II and its quality! :D
#17
Good of you to let us know...
#18
I said in the last page, and i just said before ur post. Sorry.

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