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Old 06-02-04, 07:20 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Thermalright SLK-948U, Arctic Silver 5, 92mm Case Fan: Panaflo H1A Total $29.99



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Old 06-02-04, 11:34 PM   #2
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Looks like a pretty good deal. Anyone know how the SLK-948 compares to the SLK-947? I was going to get the 947 along w/ a panaflo 12h over at SVC, which would end up being about 4 bucks cheaper after shipping.
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The big difference between the SLK947U and the SLK948U is that the 947U fits on Socket A processors and P4's. The 948U is compatible with the S754/940 Athlon 64's and P4's. Going by what Thermalright's site says, the 948U will not fit on a Socket A system.

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948 = Intel
947 = AMD

I'd say they fair pretty close.
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Old 06-03-04, 02:41 AM   #5
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Too bad they don't have the same deal for AMD, I need one.
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Too bad they don't have the same deal for AMD, I need one.
http://www.thermalright.com/a_page/m...ct_slk948u.htm

The 948U works just fine with AMD
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I think what they mean is that the 947 is Socket A and the 948 is not? If this were socket A I would jump on it too, have a new Barton 2500 (thanks Tismedt!) that I need a good HS & Fan for.

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I think what they mean is that the 947 is Socket A and the 948 is not? If this were socket A I would jump on it too, have a new Barton 2500 (thanks Tismedt!) that I need a good HS & Fan for.
Did you even read my link?!? The 948U is completely compatible with socket A.
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Did you even read my link?!? The 948U is completely compatible with socket A.
umm... the link you posted says it's compatible with athlon64 3200 and above. That doesn't include socket A.
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The 948U is NOT compatible with Socket A processors.

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The 948U is NOT compatible with Socket A processors.
Correct, only the 947 fits the socket A. Its the same heatsink just with different mounting.
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Simple way to remember. 9 means 92mm, 4 means Pentium 4, 7 means K7, 8 means K8.

I think I'll order one of these. Good price and I'm almost out of AS5.
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