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  1. #1
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    Good heatsink for A7N8X

    Hey, going to OC a friends computer, and noticed that the Sk7-9 don't fit on this board. So what would be a good alternate in yall's opinion?

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    SK7 and SLK-800U should fit.

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  3. #3
    interesting since I had a slk-800a mounted on my A7n8X Deluxe rev 1.04 with a Tt2 fan on it...

    Originally posted by hitechjb1
    SK7 and SLK-800U should fit.
    on the U that depends on if it is a 1.0 version...the .0's did not have the MB mounting holes

  4. #4
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    Originally posted by glock19owner
    interesting since I had a slk-800a mounted on my A7n8X Deluxe rev 1.04 with a Tt2 fan on it...



    on the U that depends on if it is a 1.0 version...the .0's did not have the MB mounting holes
    I did not realize some do not have the mounting holes. I assume it is rev. 1.04 or later.

    For SLK-800, if mb has the 4 mounting holes, it is better to get the U-version since the HS is very heavy, and the mounting with holes should be more secure.

    I am using the SLK-800U w/ the A7N8X-DLX rev 1.04 without any problem.

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    - ABIT NF7-S rev 2.0, Mobile Barton 2600+ IQYHA 0351 MPMW 2.71 GHz (225x12), 18/37 C, 1.89 V, SLK-947U 80mm Tornado (w/ fan control), 512 MB x 2 3500 C2 2-3-2-5, 9500 np -> 9700 np 360/311
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    Well then, I might check again tomorrow and see if it does indeed have the holes.

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    I have a Vantec Aeroflow and it works really well. My 2100+ is running at 2.25Ghz and my temps never exceed 40C under load. The Vantec also is pretty quiet.

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