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    copper for your NB

    great stuff from Titan





    Titan TTC-CUV2AB

    it was meant as a GPU cooler, but has 4 different clips so it fits most north-bridges on mobo as well

    its quite a performer, since it cools better then Zalman NB cooler+fan I had before and it only cost something like 12$, much smaller too

    super finish on the side of the copper heatsink touching the NB, you can see the reflection in it

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    No... This is COPPER:





    This is the Swiftech MCX159 and it runs $35 here:

    http://www.plycon.com/chipset/swiftech159_amd.htm

    A fanless monster like this Zalman ZM-NB47J for $5 is cool too:



    http://www.bestbyte.net/Product.cfm?...yID=6&Keyword=
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    he he first one really is copper, but a bit too big for 8rda+ since NB is in between the CPU (Zalman 7000 monster with 92mm in my case) anf AGP port

    the other isnt that much of a monster, I have one and is basically just their previous model (both ALU), with a bit more hight and this was actually the one I was using before, with a fan slapped on

    however this Titan is much better then Zalman, I guess is about as good as the cooler you get on Hercules 9800PRO

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    This is how it looks:


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    I too use the older gold colored one on my Epox 8KHA+. The temps did go up a tiny bit, but after the one on my Abit KT7 failing all the time (needing me to clean and oil it every few months) I opted for this one.
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    now that cpu HSF is one nice HSF!
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    I always thought clear blades would have looked better. Chromed blades too might look sweet.
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