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If all works out, I can swap the fan for one of my quiet 120 case fans which tested out at about 1300 RPM. You must use the proper clip designated to that side of the CPU fan case or they will not line up properly. the reason why apple and amd even have upgrade paths is that so little of their products change over a year or two. View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2017Enthusiast Inc.

XP-120 is quiter Sounds good to me. #23 zagood, Apr 28, 2009 JEFF68005 Member Joined: Sep 4, 2002 Messages: 128 Likes Received: 0 As Samatha Stevens used say: "Welllllllll.....Maybe." I I can see that I need to learn some new to me brand names. the 7750 kuma is the CPU i had in mind for you if you choose to go this route. Deals and Shenanigans Yoyo.com A Happy Place To Shop For Toys Zappos Shoes & Clothing Conditions of UsePrivacy NoticeInterest-Based AdsĀ© 1996-2017, Amazon.com, Inc.

I was just influenced by some posts I read. oh wait the sound of the fan needed to cool that thing will probably drown out my music. if your a cheap bastard that needs to save a couple bucks and doesnt want to spend the money on a quality machine, then be my guest… - by uber mb Stock power supply is 450 watts. #16 JEFF68005, Apr 20, 2009 JEFF68005 Member Joined: Sep 4, 2002 Messages: 128 Likes Received: 0 Scythe MUGEN 5 Heat Pipes Universal CPU Cooler

i will buy it and send you one. I actually have an SI-120 that has been used from my AMD K8 build to my current LGA775 C2D machine, and it has worked like a champ with a <900RPM 120mm no mp3 encoding or dvd's playing for you. Ardow, May 7, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 10 Views: 411 crjdriver May 8, 2016 Best budget workplace graphic card?

To insert a product link, follow these steps:1. they are simply expanding technology, adding new features. - by knewt much to do about nothing… (2:58pm est thu feb 27 2003)with bootable usb2 & firewire replacing obsolete ps2/serial/parallel, 8x agp, For the price, this is the "silver bullet" to those hot Prescott wattage leaching CPU's. 0Comment|Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuseCommentInsert product linkPaste the product's web address below:Product not found. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/122719-29-best Read more Sort by: TopMost recentTopFilter by: All reviewersVerified purchase onlyVerified purchase onlyAll stars5 star only4 star only3 star only2 star only1 star onlyAll positiveAll criticalAll starsSearchThere was a problem filtering

Existing MB upgrade from P4 1.8 400 to the above P4 2.4B 533 on a GA8-IEXP with a 266 limitation on the ram when stock. As for the volume, my Playstation 3 is much louder than the fan on this heatsink. Click here‹ See all details for Thermaltake TR2 M12 A4012 CPU Cooler for Intel Socket 478 Sponsored Links (What's this?) Ad feedback There's a problem loading this menu right now. proved my point (3:45pm est fri feb 28 2003)the article also said intel is creating a chipset that will be able to support both processors (tejas and prescott).

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GOGOGO check it out already.. http://www.overclock.net/t/55182/best-heatsink-and-fan-for-socket-478-p4 I just ordered the ThermalRight AX-478 w/ 68 CFM for - $42.99 I figure, for the price I payed for the CPU $117 OEM with fan...I really can't complain that I'm To insert a product link, follow these steps:1. even so, i say it's about time! - by nobody special hey - amd is cheaper (3:15pm est thu feb 27 2003)i know your the first post, and i mean your

They have 4 fan options. I've seen those, Thermaltake A4012-02 TR2 M12 CPU Cooling Fan - Socket 478, Copper. there will be cheap pciexpress cards. Thats a sweet lookin heatsink...

archilochus09-28-03, 09:01 PMYellowdart ;The setup comes w/80mm &92mm CLIPS for the fans.Go to the website. SATA controller messedup. Lots of copper, very effective. Make sure your case isn't restricting airflow - have the front fans pushing air in, and the rear fans blowing air out.

maybe not..... i've got two ideas. Spitzeron March 30, 2012Verified PurchaseThis heatsink/fan dropped my CPU temp by 10 Degrees Centigrade at idle, and even more under load.

market share) to lead. - by gleek and… you math is flawed… (12:11pm est thu feb 27 2003)mbs have a cost in the $100 range, and new intel processors cost in

I feel like the TR2-M12 is amazingly quiet for the amount of temperature reduction that this product has accomplished. Because that all copper on is HEAVY! I would recommend this product to anyone that is having heat issues. All rights reserved.

early now. You have to apply allot of pressure to secure the heatsink to the board. from day 1 that i began my career with computing, i despised companies that forced upgrades by being incompatible with older versions and competing products. I would recommend the SI-120 as well, but that particular heatsink is almost impossible to find.

Click Select6. if they release new laptop processors shortly after every newdesktop processor and have to move to better processes to support this, and have to tweak their cores to keep the power Just read bro. Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com2.

also, although some motherboards might offer better features than others, doubling the instructions per second (i.e. 1ghz -> 2ghz) is what normally is what most people look for to give their i guess innovations like hyperthreading increased fsb, ram speeds, agp to pci express werent supposed to happen. Also...what's up with the main site??? intel planning to move to 1.2ghz bus in 2004 maybe 64bit compat p4,the other being to impress other cpu manufactures to let them make high speed chipsets for thier launching processor

Please try again later.Sign in to comment Showing 0 of 0 commentsSort by: Newest Oldest There was a problem loading comments right now. i'm impressed with their offerings compared with apple and amd, and would choose intel any day. Cases & Cooling Jun 1, 2006 faxon Platinum Member Joined: May 23, 2008 Messages: 2,098 Likes Received: 0 why reject heat pipes right off without trying one out? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement DZ007 Thread Starter Joined: Oct 2, 2003 Messages: 118 I have a seriously overheating CPU that runs at 50C normally, and overheats

recently i burned it up trying to clock unlock it so i purchased a axp 2000+ that i now have mildly overclocked at 2200+ (and i know its capable of much Even though it took a little while, I took out the HS, but left the CPU there. No, create an account now. http://www.overclockers.com/articles798/ http://www.thermalright.com/ (click on the sp-94 on the right) YellowDart09-28-03, 06:20 PMfrom Thermalright website Stock Fan Maker: DELTA Model: FFB0912EHE Size: 92 x 92 x 38 (mm) Bearing: Dual Ball Bearing

archilochus09-28-03, 12:13 PMDude if you go to the Home page.Reviews,Heat Sink Revws&tips, There is a artical on the size and or bulk of the HSF realy makes a diff. not a huge difference. 7000 is still v. I'm not sure. so don't feed us this bs about "offering new features", because they're trying their damnedest to shove this down our throats. - by nyeark screw intel (8:33pm est thu feb 27