I think it is time for a new CPU Fan

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My stock AMD 64 CPU fan is very loud and not too great. I love to game and I really push my FX55. I render 3D graphics as well as movies. I need a high quality CPU cooler that is VERY QUIET. I also like to leave my computer on. I am sick of having a loud computer, I think it is time. Are there any suggestions any of you can make for a high quality silent CPU cooler?
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I am thinking about Thermalright XP-120 with a medium Panaflow. http://heatsinkfactory.com/shop/product ... ctid=16161
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Have you thought about getting a water cooling block for your CPU? These will provide outstanding performance and reduce the noise to almost silent.

Someone like VapoChill would be a good bet.
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Watercooling would be too heavy and unsafe to LAN with.
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Ahh, didnt relise you go to LAN "parties". Zalaman have a great range of HSFs.

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