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xp-120 vs freezer 64 pro

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by littlekates, 16 Jan 2006.

  1. littlekates


    Joined: 22 Nov 2005

    Posts: 130

    will find out tomorrow which one is better (for me anyway) at the moment my system runing with xp-120 and 120mm antec fan. room temp 19c(cpu 31c idle), room temp 21c(cpu 34c idle) full load around 45-49c. i heard so much about freezer 64 pro will know tomorrow which one is best of the two. :D
  2. _PD_


    Joined: 30 Dec 2005

    Posts: 1,904

    Location: 16,000ft

    I love my xp-120. Idle, it gets my CPU to 21c, with room at 19c! I think it'd be hard to beat it, short of some extreme water/phase cooling!
  3. Arcane


    Joined: 19 Aug 2005

    Posts: 3,644

    Location: Ealing, London

    I've been really happy with the Zalman 9500, it's a great cooler, though a little loud on full.
  4. Ricochet J


    Joined: 29 Jun 2004

    Posts: 12,886

    XP/XI - 120 anyday with a really good 120mm fan.

    Brilliant coolers. It has my AMD 3500 Winchester 29 Degrees Idle :eek:
    But I admit I do have abit of an unfair advantage, i've got a huge 120mm fan on the side window blowing directly onto the mobo and HS/F for clean air.

  5. harris1986


    Joined: 4 Aug 2005

    Posts: 2,684

    to be fair i have a freezer 64 pro- and it's keeping my overclocked opty at 28/29c idle and i dare say it is quieter than your XP-120 with your high flow fan, although i have to admit i have got a panaflo H1 120mm that i'm interested in putting on a XP-120, so end of the month i could see myself getting a xp-120! don't write the freezer off tho as it is a high spec and silent cooler
  6. littlekates


    Joined: 22 Nov 2005

    Posts: 130

    wish i do get this temp. something is not right on mind xp-120 as im idle @ 33c even room temp is 19c, cant be the case as i have 120mm fan on the front panel getting fresh air direct into the HSF. and 120mm as rear exhaust