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Old 08-24-03, 02:13 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Talking my barton overlcocking.....


hi i just finished my new rig and today i started to push it to the limits, started with the fsb, and got it all the way up to 191 completely stable but too hot, around 52 C load, it pulled 17397 3d marks, wich i think it wasn't too bad, the memory is running at CAS 2 latency and i just loved it, any suggestion for good air cooling?
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Old 08-24-03, 02:16 PM   #3
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If you are looking for some good air cooling thermalright has the best heatsinks around. The sk-7 is a great bang for the buck. The slk-800 and slk-900 provide even better cooling, for more cost of course.

Btw you probably will get a better response sticking this in the amd cpu or cooling forums than the video and sound section.
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ok be right there... thanks
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nice rig, how do you like the 9800pro?
Get a better heatsink, 800u is good , 900u is probably better in the way you can puta 92mm fan so it would be quieter. And check you case airflow
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