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A good heat sink for socket A then to 939

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icurfatass

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I am trying to find a heatsink that will be compatible with a socket A. I have a AMD 1700 XP, but I want to have my heatsink compatible with a Socket 939 when I upgrade my computer. It seems my best heat sink that is out now is the thermaltake sonice tower:

http://www.thermaltake.com/coolers/4in1heatpipe/cl-p0071SonicTower/cl-p0071.htm

I will probably buy some yate loon fans or nexus or panaflos for a pull and push.

Does anyone have any other suggestions
 
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icurfatass

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Is that better then the thermaltakes? I know the xp120 or the 90 is good but this SI-97A so does it surpass the typhoons or the towers? Its just that the thermaltake are so BIG... I read this is a lot like the xp90. People say the 120 and the 90 aren't much different. So im guessing this is the BEST one then =]