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Old 31st March 2003, 15:01   #21
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depends on the adapter

the AMD produces alot of heat @ 2v vcore
seeing as the SLK900 is also at the top of the performance list, you can be sure it is quite good for your P4

http://www.overclockers.com/articles373/

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Cooler Master IHC-H71: 0.16
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Old 31st March 2003, 15:07   #22
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Is that coolermaster really better :|
I cant believe it, i thought the titans were MCX 4000 and SLK-900

Its the see-trough blue adapter @loveno

Well, thanks anyways
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Old 31st March 2003, 15:11   #23
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I can't find the coolermaster anywhere I only saw a ICh L71
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Old 31st March 2003, 15:16   #24
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as you can see, the Alpha PAL8942 is worse then the Coolermaster.. but the Alpha is beaten by the Swiftech in my review -> http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=37

so Swiftech/SLK will surely be top quality
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Old 31st March 2003, 15:23   #25
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I know, but what is THE TOP :'(
I'm wondering about that for months now, and i haven't find an answer yet, @ telenet.games they say: thermalright slk900, and if I ask why: cuz its something different then what the others have :s What a statement :s

Btw, @ www.overclockers.com, what does the C/W number mean?
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To calculate what to expect for other CPUs, for every watt the CPU radiates, the heatsink will cool the core by the (C/W x watts) plus ambient temp. For example, at a fan inlet temp of 25 C, a C/W of 0.25 with a CPU radiating 50 watts means that the CPU temp will be 50 x 0.25 = 12.5 C over ambient temp, or 37.5 C.
ps: the "TOP" will see a Max. difference of 1-2C
which is not much, so can't go wrong either way


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C/W means that for every watt the CPU radiates, the heatsink is supposed to cool the core by C/W x watts plus ambient temp.
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A difference of 3 degrees can be the difference between constant reboots, or running that killer rig primestable.
Need i say more
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Old 31st March 2003, 15:52   #28
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you're quoting from an AMD article my man

Intel has higher threshholds
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Old 31st March 2003, 17:12   #29
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So what

I guess the swiftech is more compatible with a fanadapter, and i guess it won't fit on the thermalright, but i allso have a 92mm fan from my dell PC, which DOES fit on the slk, but with a much lower airflow as my 80CFM papst

I just want to squeeze every last megahertz out of that p4 1.8 (the one with 256 cache, williamette i believe )
I bought 2 40mm fans to mount on my rimms (should be bottleneck to OC i think, but they perform pretty well)
and a 80mm to put on my graka (on top of it) or to combine with a zalman 80a hp in the future
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Old 31st March 2003, 17:28   #30
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yeah the thermalright slk800u is very good.
i just received it and still testing the stability on my P4

with the intel stock cooler and running @ 100% load i got a temp reaching to 56C. Overclocked to 2983mhz it was 62 (way to much)

I don't have any temps yet with the slk800U but i'll put em online soon
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