Cooler for Raptor

i just got my Raptor drive . and was wondering what is a good cooler for it that won't break the bank as i need to save my pennies for a 400Gb Array.

This is a Zalman ZM-2HC1 Cooler which I use for my raptor. This thing makes the raptor cooler than any 7200rpm drive, it quiets my drive to inaudible because it is attached to the case wth rubber- and it looks sweet through my window. It can be mounted in regular drive spots, although I chose to mount it to the bottom in front of my intake fans. Well worth the $25 I paid for it. Check it out.

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