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Old 7th March 2004, 12:32   #1
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Ieps,

I'm getting addicted to silent pc's, but also to fast ones...

I have an slk800 + papst@7V at my cpu and it's silent enough, but it should not be louder in any way. As casecooling I use 2x 120mm papst fans.
With my cpu@ 2.1ghz@1.65V the stresstemp is about 47.
Good enough, but I want more speed without more noise...
I'm planning to buy a new case, the AopenH600B. I love the looks and it's possible to make something of it.

I was planning to buy a new heatsink and place a 120mm fan on it (with fanduct) but now I see that the case would not have enough room. So I'm looking for something else.

I found this cooler at mpl, but I can't find any reviews of it. Would it perform good with a slow-fan? And which power-supply should I buy for powering my system and that peltier?
(Heatsink Swiftech MCX462+ T Socket 462 AMD Athlon XP air cooler with build-in Peltier )


Other solutions are always welcome, but watercooling and phase changed cooling are not an option.
 
Old 7th March 2004, 12:52   #2
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link to cooler doesn't work
Fixed.
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peltier aircooling.. hmmm, don't do it.
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but I can't find any reviews of it. .
you're kidding right?
http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...tech+MCX462%2B
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you're kidding right?
http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...tech+MCX462%2B
I mean with the pelt.
 
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review Swiftech MCX462+T
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I used Swiftech MCX462+T + review and he didn't find a thing.
Thx.
 
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With the MCX462+T, installed...the results in my opinion were amazing. The thermal drops where a consistent 12/13c on both load and idle temps. One important thing to remember that the heat doesn't just vanish. the heat from the 220W TEC and the CPU have to go somewhere. That usually ends up being the ambient air inside the case. If you plan to use this form of extreme cooling, you will certainly be needing above average air circulation for your case. Otherwise, temperatures inside will rise and will diminish the cooling potential of this system.
a lot of airflow = not silent


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I did notice, however, that the heatsink gets extremely warm so it is very important that you bolt a very well meaning 80mm fan to the top of it. I used the Vantec Tornado to do the required job
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Crap.
Nex solution is placing a 120mm fan on top of my slk800, but that's nearly impossible.
 
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