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Heatsinks for a Socket 370 Celery 600

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tbmcclure

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Does anyone know of a heatsink that will hold a 80 mm fan? A good heatsink. I would like to put an 80 mm Delta on my processor, and get it to 1 Ghz or faster, but I'm not able to find any heatsinks that would normally fit a 80 mm fan without a converter.
 

Placid

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The swiftech mc462 uses a 80mm fan but costs more than your cpu.
Some people use 80mm fans on the globalwin fop38 thou its not the stock fan.
 
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ebola

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an alpha heatsink like the pep 66 or pal 6035 should be about enough to run at 1 gig with a cco celly 600. my friend has a celly 600 that will do 1 gig with a gorb.
 
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tbmcclure

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Placid (Jun 25, 2001 11:56 a.m.):
The swiftech mc462 uses a 80mm fan but costs more than your cpu.
Some people use 80mm fans on the globalwin fop38 thou its not the stock fan.

Would the MC462 fit on the socket 370 board, I've seen that it is designed for the Socket A, but I wasn't sure if you could swap them around like that.
 

Placid

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I have no idea because it requires mounting holes in the motherboard so it would be a motherboard issue.
Socket a or socket 370 hsf's are pretty much interchangable some of the mounting clips for 370 wont work with socket a but only a few.
Using that heatsink on a celeron 600 would be overkill you could buy a 850 celeron for the within $5 of the heatsinks price.
 
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William

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tbmcclure (Jun 25, 2001 01:45 p.m.):
Placid (Jun 25, 2001 11:56 a.m.):
The swiftech mc462 uses a 80mm fan but costs more than your cpu.
Some people use 80mm fans on the globalwin fop38 thou its not the stock fan.

Would the MC462 fit on the socket 370 board, I've seen that it is designed for the Socket A, but I wasn't sure if you could swap them around like that.


no the socket370 does not have the 4 mounting hole the swiftech uses. The Globalwin hsfs are the easiest to use with an 80mm fan but you can also get a fan adapter that will work for any hsf allowing you to use a top of the line hsf like the thermoengine on the celey. I think with that CPU you would be fine using a 60mm YSTech fan.
 
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tbmcclure

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William (Jun 25, 2001 04:54 p.m.):
tbmcclure (Jun 25, 2001 01:45 p.m.):
Placid (Jun 25, 2001 11:56 a.m.):
The swiftech mc462 uses a 80mm fan but costs more than your cpu.
Some people use 80mm fans on the globalwin fop38 thou its not the stock fan.

Would the MC462 fit on the socket 370 board, I've seen that it is designed for the Socket A, but I wasn't sure if you could swap them around like that.


no the socket370 does not have the 4 mounting hole the swiftech uses. The Globalwin hsfs are the easiest to use with an 80mm fan but you can also get a fan adapter that will work for any hsf allowing you to use a top of the line hsf like the thermoengine on the celey. I think with that CPU you would be fine using a 60mm YSTech fan.


I'ld rather have overkill than not enough. Also down the road I'm going to get celeron 800s or something on a dual processor motherboard, and overclock the two processors as well. Then I could use the same heatsink and fan, just buy another.

Any comments on the Alpha PEP66?
 

Mr B

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BlakeN (Jun 27, 2001 10:01 p.m.):
celerons wont do smp well the newer ones wont anyway

Quite right...the newer Coppermine Celerons (FC-PGA) will not run in SMP mode (intel disabled it). The older PPGA Celerons (up to 533) will.

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tbmcclure

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What is SMP mode?

Is that a mode on the mother board that lets you run dual processor?

I heard somewhere you can't run dual Celerons for some reason. I'm going to test that though. I know someone who had dual 800's running. Although flakey overclocked.
 
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William

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on your question about the pep66. It is a great hsf, not nearly as good as a copper hsf or the thermoengine, but a good hsf. It is a tough hsf to mount an 80mm on though it has been done.