Hello everyone. Having installed temperature sensor drivers, and now I'm monitoring my core temps I've noticed my CPU is getting far too hot. Its averaging 59/57/58/58 °C at idle, and at 70+% load its hitting 80-90° C! I'm noticing the lag a lot more since changing over to a SSD, due to the disk performance. Before I just thought that when it slowed down it was lag from the disk, but clearly its temperature issues! I think its only the CPU cooler thats the issue, as every other temp is fine. I'm running a NZXT Beta case, with 4 120mm roller bearing, super quiet fans, so airflow should be fine. My Pc spec: Intel Dell Mobo Intel Q8200 2.33ghz Core 2 Quad 8GB Kingston DDR2 800 RAM (4x 2GB) ATi Radeon 4670 GPU. I'm not even remotely interested in overclocking, or continually messing with fan temps using fan controllers, and I mainly use the PC for browsing, emails, graphic manipulation, web/software coding and I spent a lot of time using virtual OS' as well which due to the software I run virtually places quite high demands on my CPU and RAM (Virtualbox is setup to run 2GB RAM/2 cores on my virtual OS') I basically need help to decide a suitable CPU cooler and heatsink. It doesn't need to be snazzy, I just want functional and MUCH cooler temps. I'm also in the UK, so coolers need to be available here in the UK. I've also read that the best coolers are ones that have a bracket on the back of the motherboard to screw the heatsink/cooler to this bracket through the holes in the motherboard. The current cooler I'm using is the standard Intel one, with the stupid plastic clips that clearly aren't doing a good job! I'm currently using OCZ ultra 5+ silver thermal compound. I plan to add more of this to the new cooler unless its worthwhile using something else. So, what cooler would you all recommend, thats got the screw mounting with bracket, and costs £40 or less? Help, advice and everything else will all be greatfully recieved. Thanks in advance! Leeky.