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Old 15th January 2004, 10:09   #1
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Hey everybody,
I'm totally new at cooling/modding and would
like to have some hints about a CPU cooler.
After checking a few of the manufacturers,
I found out that my mobo is so bad I won't
be able to fit a "mainstream" cooler. The
Zalman an thermalright series won't fit
I own a Gigabyte GA-VTXH+ board and
would like to get rid of the enormous sound
of mij boxed cpu fan (4600rpm!!)
Other manufacturers or types are always
welcome, I'd do the research myself

Thanx in advance
 
Old 15th January 2004, 11:00   #2
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and the thermalright with clips doesn't that fit??
 
Old 15th January 2004, 11:02   #3
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the SLK800A & SLK900A come with 3-pin clips afaik



send of an email to support@thermalright.com if you have any questions,

the Swiftech MCX462V also fits over the 3-clip mechanism
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Motherboard compatibility: all(*) AMD™ compliant motherboards using socket 462. The MCX462-V heatsink fits entirely into AMD's height restriction areas. µ

There is a "free for all" area located at each corner of the socket, which may in some motherboards be occupied by tall capacitors. Maximum capacitor height clearance afforded by the heatsink in such area is .600" (15.3mm). Please consult with your motherboard vendor to verify compatibility.
http://www.swiftnets.com/products/MCX462-V.asp
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Old 17th January 2004, 17:33   #4
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thanx for the reply's.
I'll be browsing all the coolers with a 3clip,
and i'll edit with "the chosen one"
probably the most silent one
 
Old 17th January 2004, 19:14   #5
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Zalman CNPS6000.
A bit cheaper then the thermalright, bit not as much of a preformer.
 
Old 1st February 2004, 18:18   #6
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Originally posted by jmke
the Swiftech MCX462V also fits over the 3-clip mechanism


http://www.swiftnets.com/products/MCX462-V.asp [/b]
Waar kunnen we die swiftech kopen in belgie ?
en welke Fan is dan het beste voor het minste geluid.

Op dit moment heb ik een Barton 2500 die op standaard snelheid draait aan 61° celcius, omgevingstemperatuur tussen 25 a 26° celcius, voeding is origineel chieftec en heeft maar 1 fan, gfx card is fx5200 zonder fan en over m'n raptors draait een 80mm fan op laagste snelheid.

Erg veel zorgen maak ik me niet over die 61° celcius maar ik wil wel verbetering als ik m'n FSB op 200Mhz zet, en die Swiftech ziet er goed uit.
 
Old 2nd February 2004, 07:55   #7
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english please!
the MCX462-V can be had from http://www.mpl.be/search.aspx and others (www.google.be , pages from .BE only,search for MCX462-V)
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Woeps, Sorry

Thanx for the info!
 
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