Thermalright has adapted the SP-94 to fit your Socket A setup, it looks very promising to say the least.
Expect a review of this heatsink, I'll be comparing it to the Swiftech MCX462-V, Thermalright's current top SocketA sink: SLK-947U and the Zalman CPNS7000CU
tweaking my benchsystem now so I can provide up to 100Watt of heat!
(Tbird 1.4 @ 1.6 - 1.9v vcore!)
AMD HS Roundup Part1: Swiftech MCX462-V vs SLK947-U vs Kamakaze
AMD Heatsink Roundup Part1:
We will be looking at 3 of the top notch Socket A heatsinks out there:
- Swiftech MCX462-V
- Thermalright SLK947-U
- Scytch Kamakaze
all the test results are in and we are finalising the article, expect it online by the end of this week!
Re: Thermalright SP-97
you answered your own question !
it is the same type of socket...
Re: Re: Thermalright SP-97
I am waiting for the results.
I thoughed to buy the Zalman CPNS7000A-CU and wondered if the Thermalright SP-97 could have a better performance.
So I am waiting, and will decide based on your test results.
Room temp 21°C
Fan is 80mmx25mm
Tbird 1.4@1533 using 1.9 vcore = 92Watt (that 15+ more then the current top end Athlon XP CPU)
using burnk7.exe (pretty intensive little proggy that heats up the CPU very fast)
Load temp: 45°C @4500rpm (loud!)
Load temp: 58.5°C @1500rpm (very silent!)
Load temp: 47°C @4500rpm (loud!)
Load temp: 61.5°C @1500rpm (very silent!)
I will see if I can get my hands on the "A" version, but I don't have high hopes.
here's a nice overview for those looking for silent performance aircooling (includes the MCX462-V I'm testing here)
I'm getting some funky results, going to reinstall the MCX462-V..
Load temps: 52.5°C @ 4500rpm
SP97 => 45°C at same fanspeed...
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