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Old 24th December 2004, 10:00   #1
quarantaine
 
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i just bought me a secondhanded black ice extreme to get more room in my case (instead of my heatercore)
but when i now compare those 2 , there is a HUGE difference in cooling area.
i'm doubting it can cool a P4 3.0 @ 3.8 prescott (will put out 150W on load?) and the chipset.
i want relative silence so a high cfm fan is not an option and yet i want max 55 (for stability and the thermal throtteling)

http://quarantaine.mongtastic.be/rads for the comparison pictures

anyone got an idea if this will work?
 
Old 24th December 2004, 11:51   #2
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depends, what are your temps now?
 
Old 24th December 2004, 12:09   #3
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Dunno if this is usefull.
http://www.overclockers.com/articles1140
(! For watts, multiply BTU/Hr x 0.2932

If you want to know the heat output of your cpu:
http://newstuff.orcon.net.nz/wCalc.html

tought 89W at stock speed and volt (1.4V) and 84W for the LGA version (same speed, same volt)
 
Old 25th December 2004, 09:51   #4
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Quote:
Originally posted by koensa
tryd it here to, gpu and cpu with a single 120mm rad is not an option
it was a ti4600 and 3.0, then i took car rad and temps were much better


with bi i had around 65!!
bah, i bought that radiator for nothing then
i should think before acting next time...
 
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