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Old 18th January 2004, 15:19   #1
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Default AMD Athlon 64 heatsink roundup

Piotke bought a new A64 setup, no better way to break in the system then by doing a heatsink comparison!


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Very few people have an AMD Athlon 64, but recently AMD introduced the A64 3000+ for a reasonable price. I couldn't resist and bought me one. Time to put some custom HSF units under some fresh A64 load!
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well, that rocks, haven't had time to check out any a64 coolers yet, now I have knowledge...
could you not test the slk948u with a standard 92mm fan ? that's what most people would put on it...
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... if you need one, I can drop by with my papst 92mm tomorrow
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... if you need one, I can drop by with my papst 92mm tomorrow
Aha, perfect, I have a loud 92 mm nidec fan...

JMke wil be also dropping by this week, I think, if that's easier
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For a very silent setup, you should take the slk947 U with a silent fan (Enermax 80 mm at lowest rpm for example). This is unhearable, and performs decently enough. The slk947 U with a delta 80 mm fan, matches the performance of the Asetek Waterchill, but the sound level has to be doubled to achieve that.
Has to be an 8, not ?
Nice review btw. , but why haven't you tested the boxed cooler w/ the Shin Etsu, just to see how good the boxed paste is.

(I know, I'm not a perfectionist, I'm just stupid :grum: :grin: )
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Has to be an 8, not ?
Nice review btw. , but why haven't you tested the boxed cooler w/ the Shin Etsu, just to see how good the boxed paste is.

(I know, I'm not a perfectionist, I'm just stupid :grum: :grin: )
Idd, has to be an 8, edited, thanx.

To be honest, I used the heatink for a quick test, and then cleaned it. A bit later I read that it was shin etsu, too late
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max stable overclock says 2320mhz with waterchill @ 7v twice

is this correct?
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max stable overclock says 2320mhz with waterchill @ 7v twice

is this correct?
should be 12V, edited, thanks.

but makes no difference in overclock. only in a very cold room 3 overclock becomes a littje higher 2340 Mhz, cpu @ 8
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did you use the diode or socket temperature?
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Asus probe temperature
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