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    pentium 4 heat sink and fan

    I bought a pentium 4 oem, and low and behold no heat sink or fan. i've been told by intel that right now they are shipping these as a set only and couldn't make any suggestions as to where i could go to find one. i've checked with all the suppliers i could think of. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Strange as I saw P4 Golden Orb-type in an electronics shop (Maplins) in the UK about 6 weeks before the P4 was launched. (Yes, they definitely were P4 coolers).

    Have you tried the likes of www.3dfxcool.com ?

    try looking at www.overclockers.com they may have reviewed some P4 coolers. They might say in the reviews where they got them from

    [This message has been edited by blinky (edited 04-06-2001).]

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    thanks blinky 3dfxcool has them.

    MUCH obliged

    Jeff

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    yeah blinky, i remember, its those williamate
    sinks youre talkin about, majesty or something was'nt it?

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