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Old 20th December 2004, 17:57   #1
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Default VapoChill Extreme Edition II 230V

asetek has not rested on it’s laurels since the launch of the VapoChill LightSpeed – on the contrary asetek has once again proven with the release of the NEW VapoChill XE II 230V AC cooling system that there is no other company that continues to put further investments in research and development to optimize their products to the optimal. The NEW VapoChill Extreme Edition II 230V has the best core features from the VapoChill LightSpeed edition and as an extra ace - the designer case. Based on a 230V compressor the need for a powerful Power Supply Unit is gone and the NEW USB ChillControl with Windows based software ensures 100 % motherboard compatibility.

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Better get an s939 setup to test....
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PM me for my bank account number, I think €1000 will suffice
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3 Ghz for AMD is the magic number for now anyway; there is something called "ceiling" in technology besides a house.
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€ 315 was good enough over here for a s939 setup .
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3ghz was not stable; back to 2915 which is running now stable.


@EasyPanic: I'm not spending more money still for yet another test setup, must have bought hardware for review this year ~€5000
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must have bought hardware for review this year ~€5000
Feel the pain here too; year before I spent >$7,000. This year I held back to <$1,200

Little things add up really fast.
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damn if I were you, those few mhz away from 3gig would sting like hell
 
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only on 1.5v ?
nice.

I would like to know how this unit performs on FX-55 though
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