Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by webdesigncut, Aug 23, 2010.
If i am not into gaming do i need to get processor coolers?
In any situation you need to have CPU cooling. in most of the times your processor will be idling but some times you will need more power from it even not playing games. This is associated with bigger power consumption thus greater temperature emitted from unit. Believe me You will need cooling.
yes. That's why CPU vendors supply a generic cooler for each unit in one package.
If your question is to whether or not to get a third party aftermarket cooler, then, no, you don't. Even if you'd be gaming, you wouldn't need it. As soon as you start to overclock, you'll need to thing about it.
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Thanks. I kinda feel like Fry a lot of times.
Hello i would also like to add to my question here i run my pc 18hrs appx daily i still wont need one of this type coolers
i will have 4 fans installed in my case
You need a cooler that is on you CPU directly - doesn't matter if it's the stock or a 3rd party one. No sensible amount of case coolers will suffice if you have no cooler on the CPU itself.
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