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heartofalion28

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Hey my prescott is runnin to hot for me and my current hsf doesnt mount right and comes loos very easily so i want a new one so any suggestions?


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best thing to do is find out what is available before coming to any conclusions, can you order online or do you have to use a local store?

Personally im an AMD user, but i can point out a good fan if you can give me a list.
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I can order offa newegg or pretty much any legit online store.


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ok, whats your budget?
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i dont want to pay alot alot but i need a quality one i wont go over $70 (American dollars) (i know thats alot) but the lower the better.

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http://www.newegg.co...Submit=Property

i would go for the thermaltake Jungle512 92mm 1 Ball 1 Sleeve Cooling Fan - Retail . But i am biased towards thermal take as i like their products.
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From a purely performanc PoV Thermal take or one of the arctic freezer range is the best option good price good performance what more can you want.
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Look to see if you cant get an antec trupower 430W. Antec, Sparkle and PC P&C are the best PSU companies.
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