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Cooling a PIII 733

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SCOdoubleT

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Apr 30, 2001
Hey,
I just started OCing my 733, to 803. Before I do any more I would like some opinions on HSFs for it. I have a Abit BE6-2 MoBo and 2 case fans. CPU temp. under load is around 44. I don't think that sounds too bad, but I want to put a better fan on it before I make it any hotter. Thanks for the advice!
 

[Oc]acaridans

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May 11, 2001
I personally would go for a Alpha. Globalwin is also very good...if you want to see how far you can oc that chip you would want to go with a HSF of this quality....There is always the option of water cooling a or even peltiers...

go to the site inflowdirect.com they have a hugh selection of coolers
 
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William

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are you running a flip chip or the SECC2(Cartridge)? If the flipchip, get a pep66. If the cartridge, then alpha has a very good cooler that is essentially two pep66s.
 

[Oc]acaridans

Senior Member
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May 11, 2001
The Alpha tht William is refering to is the P3125..I have one on my 700..Its a sweet cooler, highly reconmended.