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Cyber Cooler PS-4B-5010

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Jun 16, 2001
ive found this one which seems pretty decent, aluinum heatsink 137 (L) x 47 (W) x 21 (H) mm , 3 fans 40 x 40 x 10 mm x 3 pcs (19.5 cfm)
SECC II Intel® Pentium® III Cooling kit
Dimensions 137x47x31 mm (L x W x H)
Fan 40x40x10 mm x 3
Bearing Sleeve, 1 Ball bearing, and 2 Ball bearing available
Rated speed 4500 ± 10% RPM
Noise level 34 dba
Air flow 19.5 CFM
Current 0.09 A x 3
Life Hours Sleeve: 20,000 / Ball: 50,000 plus (hours)
Connector 3 Pin to mainboard
Application Intel Pentium® III (SECC II) up to 1.0 GHz (O.L.G.A.)
what do you think(its 12 dollars)
I'm a very firm believer in "you get what you pay for".

That's why the quality sinks are so much more. Even an FOP32 is $20-$25....the Glaciator is around $45.
yeah, i know, but im 15, and i dont have the type of money needed to get the nice stuff, i have to get my parents to order it anyway, and they wont order a 25 dollar sink for me, i think ill probably get either the Vantec P3 5030, or the GlobalWin Vosg8