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Old 5th January 2005, 11:05   #1
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Default Intel P4 Socket 775 Heatsink Roundup

Looking to cool that small nuclear reactor Intel has sold you in the Prescott P4. Well we have for you today 6 samples of aftermarket LGA775 coolers that might just let you squeak a little more MHz out of your CPU, or at the very least allow the CPU to run just a bit cooler.

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Like to know the dimensions of the "nuclear reactor" coolers tested and some specs
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http://www.swiftnets.com/products/mcx775-V.asp
http://www.evercool.com.tw/new_web/products/pt01a.htm
http://www.evercool.com.tw/new_web/products/hpc-925.htm
http://www.npowertek.com/product/nph-775-1.htm

there ya go
for specs of CoolJag, I can forward you .PDF file with specs, same which will appear on their website in the near future
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I would change the link on the last page to the forum thread to the correct one
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You are just fantastic!
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those links are in the article
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I see [M] 775 roundup on Swiftech front page.
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2 questions....

1. what is your loudness rating of the P4 LGA stock HSF at ~4500 RPM? (I call it ear-bleeding at best)

2. Try taking the HPC 925 and put it on a board that is in a case (or on the desk in open air but the the heat pipes are still horizontal) so the heatpipes are now horizontal, run the same tests and see what happens....
If you could quickly run this test it would be very nice and informative
I am really thinking about getting a tower HSF but, if i can't have it mounted in my case and get somewhat good cooling its a no go...

Thank you VERY much, good info!

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I'll try to update in the next few days with data on that HSF in case
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