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Old 02-22-04, 06:10 PM Thread Starter   #1
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heatsink/fan for 2.4C OC'd to 3.0-3.2 range?


P4 2.4C with an OC to the 3.0/3.2 GHz Range. What's a good heatsink/fan combo that provides necessary cooling but doesn't sound like a turbine? I'm trying to keep noise down in general.
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Old 02-22-04, 06:16 PM   #2
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I would go with a Thermalright sp-94 and either a panaflo fan or the thermaltake smartcase2 fan which comes with a fan controller.
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Old 02-22-04, 06:24 PM   #3
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WELCOME TO THE FORUM: I recommend the Sp-94 by www.thermalright.com also. I run a 92mm Panaflo U1A on my SP-94 HS.Fan specs are 3450 rpm @ 68.80 cfm / 43 dBA full tilt.This fan is available at www.digikey.com Enter item# P11044-ND...for the U1BO..Diff. being solid housing corners and locked rotor alarm sensor.

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Old 02-22-04, 07:09 PM   #4
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archilochus as usuall posts something i agree with, but if you want to go with something slightly cheaper you could go with the slk 900/947/948 all are good heatsinks and would be able to deal with a 2.4C@3.2 easily
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Old 02-22-04, 07:26 PM   #5
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Just listen to the advice above

Pick a Thermalright and a Panaflo that meets your noise/performance requirements.
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