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690-0073w. What’s the best cpu cooler and exhaust fan I can use to change the stock.

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What is the best Aftermarket cpu coolers and exhaust fans? I want to change the stock fan and cpu cooler. And im just wondering about the stock fans, whats the max rpm for it? Thank you.

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690-0073w. What’s the best cpu cooler and exhaust fan I can use to change the stock.

@b4LuGa , welcome to the forum.


Since the processor can't be overclocked, I am not certain that you will gain much from a cooler upgrade.  With that said, MSI and Noctua make some very good coolers.  You will first have to measure the space between the side panel of the case and the processor to know how high the cooler can be.  Noctua makes a powerful cooler for mini computers that is compact.  I suggest that you choose a manufacturer of coolers and contact their Tech Support for help with choosing the best one for your system.  They are the experts on their products.


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