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    What is the best Waterblock for P4 ???

    What's the best waterblock for the P4? (Socket 478, Northwood)
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    You don't have many choices, but luckily the choices you have are excellent waterblocks


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    The silverprop looks like a very nice block made for Athlons or P4s with an adapter. I don't have numbers on how well it performs but it sure looks nice. The Maze3 is much easier to get ahlod of and its less expensive. I have a Maze2 with a special adapter from DD so it fits a socket 478 P4 but a P4 maze3 would be my top choice now.
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    Is the MazeP4 any better than the Maze 3?
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    that really does look nice, but after talking to a few people, i'm probably going to run the maze 3. that and i've decided to kill the koolance idea. now i'm thinking assembly, not build from the ground, but at least put something together myself.

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