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Old 14th September 2004, 23:37   #1
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This is one heavy hunk o metal! This is basically an SLK800 with more flexible mounting hardware, which include additional clips, standoffs and screws. Previous models depended on fastening the product to the plastic ZIF socket, putting a tremendous amount of stress on plastic pieces that sometimes would break off. The new mounting method is much more involved but is also much more secure and stable.




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Like it or not, this classic is still being reviewed two years afterward.
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Needless to say any SLK800 and ALX800 + CV is all that I need in OCing.

If and when BTX is becoming mainstream; CVIII will take care of "not the same" but " something else" as BTX is not perfect.
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What fan was used on that SLK ?

I doubt it was more silent then the Zalman, the Zalman is able to keep up with the SP-94 when that one is equipped with an equal silent 80mm fan.

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Hard for me to believe that they used a "quiet" fan.

In order for me to keep the AXP @2.525 Ghz to below 48C and 24C room; I have to use 3400 RPM fan.
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