- Apr 21, 2011
- GeForce 210
- Classic Mac
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Anyone have any suggestions for a quiet cooler that doesn't require a bracket to be installed?
Why? Coolers with the underside backplate gives less stress to the board from warping and bending. It's held more securely and evenly. And allows you to install big heatsinks. That's a good thing.Kapaaian said:You know how most aftermarket CPU coolers have the extra stabilization bracket that goes along the underside of your motherboard? I'd like something that doesn't require that, but is still quieter than the stock Intel cooler.