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    Since the TR NB1 is discontinued, what would be a good substitute?

    Basically, as the title says, what would be a good NB cooler these days. The stock cooler on my IS7 is dying (again!!!). Preferably under $20, like the NB-1 was. Also, must be for the Intel hook system, not push pins.

    I don't like the Swiftech one, as it's around $30, and I don't want to spend nearly that much on an old board I'm going to replace soon anyway. Plus I'm afraid of all the weight.

    Suggestions, links? I'd also take links to a reputable store that still sells the NB-1, as that's what I'm really after.
    Last edited by sesik; 02-03-2006 at 03:38 PM.
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    Re: Since the TR NB1 is discontinued, what would be a good substitute?

    You will be happy to know, that Thermalright will be coming out with some super new chipset cooler, my spies tell me that there will be an Intel version and an AMD NForce4 version.

    It will be called the HR-05 and my spies even got a photo if someone would like to host it??
    Last edited by PowerHungry; 02-15-2006 at 11:59 AM.

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    Re: Since the TR NB1 is discontinued, what would be a good substitute?

    I can host it, if you send it to me. My email is under my ID.
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    Re: Since the TR NB1 is discontinued, what would be a good substitute?

    I'm using the Vantec Iceberq. Nice little cooler. It's not silent, but it is pretty quiet.
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    Re: Since the TR NB1 is discontinued, what would be a good substitute?


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