I'm after getting some improved cooling for my Q6600. Currently got a Scythe Zipang in a HAF932. System temps are decent with the HAF (28C right now), but I'm fed up with my Zipang's mediocre cooling of my CPU and the pocket of hot air it seems to leave around the PWMs of my Abit IP35-PRO. At 3.25GHz on 1.39V Vcore and stock NB & SB volts I get up to 75C on the cores and 79C PWM in IBT maximum stress. I'm hoping to do better, enough to push my clocks to 3.4-3.5GHz. I like the quietness of my Zipang, but with four case fans on the go, my CPU fan isn't the biggest deal noise-wise in my case anyway, so I've decided to plump for better cooling and hope it's enough to push my clock speeds on. I've got these sitting in my basket: Thermolab Baram Sharkoon Silent Eagle 2000 Arctic Cooling MX-3 Looking for suggestions/warnings/comments before I click "buy"! I'm hoping to be able to use this solution in my next build (whatever that will be), which is why I like the Baram as it's a universal cooler (1156 bracket to come, I believe?) and so easy to re-use. I'd like it to be reasonably quiet, as this my work as well as gaming PC and it's on my desk and about a foot from my right ear! Mostly concerned with idle noise levels, though, rather than load. Most of all, I'm really hoping to get a decent drop in temps so I can push on with my clocking - though my CPU isn't likely to be a killer clocker (1.3125VID). Is this a decent choice?