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Poll! What do you think are the best three hsf around?

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Len

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Apr 13, 2001
The Glaciator has my Tbird 1200 running at 1400 (140x10, 1.95v) at 55C under full load.
 

Len

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Apr 13, 2001
Yes. Probably just a little worse than the Swiftech MC462 but at half the cost ($40 vs $80).
 

Phil

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If money and hearing are no object then the Swiftech MC462-A Rev1 is great.
Then I would say the Thermoengine is the best all rounder, cheap, not heavy and cools great.
Then I'd say the Taisol cgk760 as it's a good cooler, inexpensive and can fit an 80mm fan on without loosing too much airflow.
 

Hoot

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MC-462A w/Delta fan
ThermalRight SK-6
Taisol CGK-76092

I'm holding my opinion on the Glaciator until
I get a chance to test one myself.

Hoot
 

Slake

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Hoot (Jun 21, 2001 08:36 p.m.):
MC-462A w/Delta fan
ThermalRight SK-6
Taisol CGK-76092

I'm holding my opinion on the Glaciator until
I get a chance to test one myself.

Hoot
DITTO! Sk6 is on the way.
 

Phil

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AmIdYfReAk (Jun 21, 2001 08:43 p.m.):
Home Grown Watercooling....
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But thats not a heatsink and fan though is it