Djeet wrote: »
the processor you linked is marked "OEM", this usually means there's no processor processor cooling. You NEED one of those. If you get a "retail box" processor it will include an average cooler (not suited for overclocking). If you wanted to stick with your OEM processor you can buy a 3rd party cooler (sold as coolers or HSF - heatsink fans).
Whether you want a case fan or not is up to you. It's a cheap investment to help evacuate hot air from your case. It's a good idea usually.