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The choice of cooling for Intel Core 2 Duo E6550?

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Want to change fan-of-the-box processor Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 2.3 GHz (socket S775, 65) to something quiet. The system unit is at my feet and the noise is very annoying. Budget is 30-40 $.


Staff use computer — web programming and scientific computing. Now the fan is spinning at 1000-1100 rpm, the CPU temperature is 35 degrees (in peak — 45).


Search Yandex-market gave:
  • Radiators das (HR-01 Plus and IFX-10) and heat sink Titan TTC-NK95/HS. Tell me, please, whether they be enough for heat dissipation (65) or still need a fan? And if you overclock the CPU?
  • Fans Cooler Master S400 and S200. Someone can tell their actual level of noise and reliability?



Do you solve my problem in a given price range or need to look towards the more expensive models?
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My answer — Zalman Flex 10. Fans to taste, prefer to put some Zalman for 200 rubles. Silence great, passive cooling for CPU not advise on the compilations may be trouble. Noise will not hear while you're vacuuming once every couple months, or put the anthers. Don't forget, the important scheme of air circulation, about 10-20% of the temperature depends on it, the cooler I advise you to put the "exhaust out"(atx case), not in PD.
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I get Cooler Master S400 — dealt with Cooler Master Hyper TX — probably the best of deplorably in terms of price/Teplohod.
And s400 on one U-shaped tube more.
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Yes any review will see the capacity of the heat sink just enough for Your CPU, if in the review or characteristics written enough for Quad Core 95W (and the majority). And choose to your taste (also see related noise).
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Well or here a specific model You suggest above.
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To$ 40? I would take GlacialTech Alaska.
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I have a Intel C2D E6750 (4M Cache, 2.66 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB). processor house I bought here is such a fan
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to call him Scythe Yasya (SCYS-1000)
Completely disconnected the fan on it, so it works for the second year
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tested it and under load, and without them, all in the normal range
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