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    best heatsink for t/birds

    ive currently got a coolmanster and lets face its crap my 800 cpu is running at 62*c
    so what will be the best heatsink/fan combo for the job
    allways happy to help

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    What do you think to this one

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    what temp does it run at
    allways happy to help

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    I don't have one myself so I don't know about the temps, but it's the biggest socket heatsink/fan combo I've seen. It amazes me it actually fits.

    more info at
    http://www.computernerd.com/futu42.html
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    That looks Awesome!!!!!
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    I got a CyberCooler, looks like it was
    designed for Socket370 but so far it
    works and my 900Mhz Tbird CPU maxes out at
    53C while ripping nonstop MP3s (seems to
    max usage out).

    I don't think I would recommend this cooler,
    I am still looking for something that is
    more effective. 51C still seems to hot,
    anyone care to comment?

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    I will proly get my knuckles whipped for this, but the temptation is just to strong.....SO here goes....


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    rotor is that ice on the side there? that a prob at all?
    -ram
    Yeah... bout' the only thing you wouldn't want to overclock, would be your clock...
    Unless you just want to be early all the time..

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    indeed yes, but no that's just a test run I did earlier today.... the propper insulation looks like this


    with that in place.... 0 condensation

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