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|16th January 2003, 12:45||#22|
Join Date: May 2002
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it won't go to hot... it's one great heatsink!
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|28th January 2003, 04:51||#23|
I am considering about purchasing the Swiftech MCX4000. Normally a fan attach to this heatsink has a dimension of 80x80mm. Is it possible to use a fan adapter 120->80 ( or even 92->80 ) to reduce fan noise but at same CFM ? No, I am not gonna use that 120mm NMB fan 8.8Watt 120CFM on it
And how future proof are those highend heatsink ? Can I reuse it to future release of Pentium CPU ( Prescott, etc ) ?
I bought once an Alpha PEP66 heatsink ( a great heatsink ) and it was obsolete when P4 came out.
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