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    90MM cooler

    Been looking for a 90MM true cooler or similar (Thermal right) for 1366 processors (westmere). A 120 I have is to big that I cannot close the case. Seems no one in USA sells one. Can order one from Europe but don?t want one. If you have one in your pc bin collecting dust, can trade you my 120 mm or buy it from you. Or point me to someone selling one. Thanks.

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    Noctua has some

    https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?N=100008...06%20600035305

    You could also search for a 4U cooler or get a down draft that should fit.



    Thermal right are hard to get in the US now.
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    Thanks. Saw the noctua. May have to go with one.

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    I have always been a big fan of Thermalright, definitely getting a Noctua though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethelred View Post
    I have always been a big fan of Thermalright, definitely getting a Noctua though.
    I still have a couple giant coolers from them and I would use them if I had mounting brackets. I miss them and enzotec being available in the US.
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    I live in Canada and bought from Nan's Gaming on Amazon. Good stuff. You probably got your cooler already, but just in case you wanted to throw some cash around..

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=thermalri...f=nb_sb_noss_2

    Due to current world events some products are a bit tougher to get these days. None of that stuff I could find in Canada at a remotely reasonable cost. Mind you I haven't looked lately.
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    When I was mounting my current heatsink all I was thinking about was the amount of pressure needed to force those only LGA775 mounting pins in. I've only had experience with enzotech mosfet/SB heatsinks, seems manufacturers are spending a lot more time on their MB thermals these days.
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    Still haven’t bought one yet. The link you provided, most are larger than 90MM. The ones that lay flat look interesting but wonder how well they work. Have always used upright thermalright. The dedicated cruncher I want this for is a Dell tower I got free, and updated from a quad core to a hex. I’ll keep looking for a inexpensive cooler. Thanks folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcatrp View Post
    Still haven’t bought one yet. The link you provided, most are larger than 90MM. The ones that lay flat look interesting but wonder how well they work. Have always used upright thermalright. The dedicated cruncher I want this for is a Dell tower I got free, and updated from a quad core to a hex. I’ll keep looking for a inexpensive cooler. Thanks folks.
    Top-down coolers might actually work better if you are looking to run the rig 24/7, as it gives some airflow to the MB.

    Not sure how others work, I had great experience with Noctua when I ran a dual-Opteron rig. Rig stayed cool 24/7 after I popped them in.

    This is the one I'm talking about: https://noctua.at/en/nh-l9x65

    You can email customer support for them to send you 1366 mounting brackets too.

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