Posted 25 February 2011 - 04:15 AM
depending on the size of the case something like this
combined with a 120 mm fan will run your system far cooler far quieter, but you have to have a pretty good sized case for it. this
one is a bit smaller and should in theory work as well. Killer is right, you can turn the CPU fan you have down a bit, your running plenty cool with your existing CPU cooler and you have some leeway, at least at idle speeds-what do they get to when its under load?
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