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Old 11th October 2003, 17:15   #11
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we will try to do what is possible, as it is very hard to get our hands on Swiftech products here in Europe (tried France/Netherlands/Germany/Belgium to no avail), hoping for some good news from Swiftech directly soon
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Old 15th October 2003, 11:46   #12
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do you think its an impressive heatsink? i dont

its not like it blow's you away cause of his cooling..

the slight diff with the 900 is kinda weak.

why i still think that the 900u is better, cause it can be used for P4 & AMD, what is a good thing, cause most ppl cant say they will buy 101% sure again an amd or P4 [you never know what offer you will get ]


c wut i mean?
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the cooling capacity of the SP-94 increases when used with higher Wattage.

Meaning that a P4 @ 3.6ghz with 1.6v will have a BIG difference with the SLK900.

the heatpipes cause this positive effect, this heatsink also has the SLK900 beat for easiness of installation!
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Old 15th October 2003, 11:52   #14
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that's just i minor thing the installation (imo)


ok, @ high oc it performs good (very good)
that means its more an OC heatsink then a standard user heatsink, but how many ppl know that? even after reading some review's.
in my humble opinion =>
hard oc'er => sp 94
all other pc ppl => slk900u
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Old 15th October 2003, 12:04   #15
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I still have to test this more profoundly before I can assure that the following statement is true: but at very low fanspeed, the SP-94 is also a better performer, the heatpipes can cool down the CPU in a small case where not a lot of airflow is possible.

But like I said, more test need to be done before I can be 100% sure. I'll be back with numbers & details in due time!
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Old 15th October 2003, 12:30   #16
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ok
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Old 16th October 2003, 18:50   #17
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has somebody spotted them in a Belgian shop yet ???
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Old 26th October 2003, 19:48   #18
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I've got a Swiftech MCX 4000 here, with papst 4412FM @7 volt.
Now I've got some questions for you guys:
- Is it worth upgrading to an SP94 (is it worth the extra 59)
- Can I fit my 120mm fan on the HS?
- Will it fit on my P4C800-E Deluxe mobo?
- Does the possibility exists that i can overclock my PIV 3.0Ghz even more than 3.5Ghz (stable speed at the moment)

Lots of thanks in advance.

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where did you get that p4c900?
I've been looking all around for that board
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Old 26th October 2003, 20:05   #20
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Ow, sorry, typo
Correcting rigt away ...

Now, can we get back on topic please ?

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