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|22nd July 2004, 12:57||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Alpha S-PAL8952 P4 Heatsink
The last significant development in the Alpha line of heatsinks was the PAL8942, which quickly became one of the top performing Pentium 4 heatsinks available at the time. The PAL8942 was an adaptation of Alpha's successful high performance Socket A heatsink, the PAL8045.
Fast forward two years: Alpha recently released the successor to the PAL8942, which they creatively call the S-PAL8952. The S-PAL8952 looks externally very similar to the earlier PAL8942; the base dimensions are almost identical.
So where are the differences?
[M] review: http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=154
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