Need help recognizing a certain ThermalTake P4 cooler A1116?

sam_fisher

sam_fisher

Hardcore Geek
#1
In my components catalog i found a ThermalTake A1116 for P4 Skt 478 cpus any body know what this thing looks like or how it performs.
if you know of any links please post. this thing in the book is like 8 bucks....i might grab a few or 10:D
 
Justintime

Justintime

Moderator
#2
Originally posted by sam_fisher
In my components catalog i found a ThermalTake A1116 for P4 Skt 478 cpus any body know what this thing looks like or how it performs.
if you know of any links please post. this thing in the book is like 8 bucks....i might grab a few or 10:D

SPECIFICATION
P/N A1116
Fan Dimension 50x50x10 mm
Rated Voltage 12V
Started Voltage 9V (POWER ON/OFF)
Rated Current 0.14A(max.)
Power Input 1.68W
FAN Speed 5500±10% R.P.M
Air Pressure 3.65 mm –H2O
Max. Air Flow 0.307mc /minute
Noise 30dBa
Bearing Type Ball Bearing
Life Time 40,000 Hours
Connector 3Pin

Application for VGA/ BGA chipset
Dow corning T-340 thermal grease interface material or double side thermal pad
53 dia. x 13 mm tall
Plastic push pin easy to install



 
Justintime

Justintime

Moderator
#3
Don't dare put that on any modern cpu, that specific model is a vga/bga chipset cooler, not a cpu cooler
 
sam_fisher

sam_fisher

Hardcore Geek
#4
well i went ahead an ordered this one instead...

i coulda sworn it was vga cooler too...and i later called the company and chewed their butts good. they apologized for printing it in the parts list.....so i ordered a Tt A1240


good choice?
the specs are here
 
Todd a

Todd a

New Member
#5
Well it would be a good heatsink if you had to squeaze into a U1 rack case (which are only about 2" tall). If you got more space I'd get a larger cooler (taller). Even a retail P4 heatsink (the one that Intel ships with most P4 CPUs) will likely cool much better than this one, but it would not fit in a U1 rack.
 

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