CPU Heatsink Roundup May 2006
|wutske ||1st May 2006 22:04 |
I'm pretty shure I'm not colorblind, but everytime I read this:
Yellow box = Sonata II – White Dot = dBA meter
I start to doubt about that :) .
I only see a green box and a blue dot :d
I'm color dyslectic :) will fix it , thanks;)
|Mailok ||21st May 2006 16:25 |
Hi! I had read your review but I'd like to know your opinion about changing an arctic freezer 64 pro with a si-120 to lower some degrees in an opteron 165 overclocked cpu. Now I am in 50-51 degrees on the pro 64, i'd like to lower a few degrees more, do you suggest me the si-120 ? Thanks!
I would advice against it, waste of money in my humble opinion since you already have a high end heatsink. Dropping a few degrees won't make your PC run faster; and if you rely on such a small margin for finding a stable overclock you would have an unstable PC whenever the room temperature fluctuates.
|Rutar ||21st May 2006 17:37 |
I'd post the whole system, especially case airflow and overclocks ect.
there might be another spot for a good ugrade
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