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Looking for a good HSF

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rjiemamam

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May 15, 2001
i need some recomandations. i'm gonig to get a tbird 1.2ghz in a couple weeks. i need a HSF that can do me good with OCing and cooling. i dont think i would mind the loudness of it.. i just want a good, solid HSF plus the ease of installing.. (i dont want to crack the core now, even though i'll get a non-conductive shim..) i'm looking at the globalwin's now... FOP32-1 or FOP38 or WBK38 or CAK38?? thanks for the help!!!
 
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William

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Cak 38 if you get a globalwin. The swiftech MC462 is by far the best. Wait and see what the new glaciator hsf performs though, it looks to be awesome, maybe better than the swiftech.
 

JoeUser

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Apr 11, 2001
Check out the Swiftech MC370 with the delta fan. I think you can get it at CrazyPC for a little over $40 if you order the MC370-BLA and Delta fan separately. If not go for the CAK, I have one and its the best HSF I've had so far.
 
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rjiemamam

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May 15, 2001
hey.. thanks for the responses... i think i'll go with the swiftech MC370... what is the stock fan that comes with it? how big of a difference will it make if i change it to a delta fan? thanks.