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Goin' AMD

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Jul 4, 2001
Going to build an AMD system with Abit KG7-Raid. Of course I'm gonna push it to the limit! What are the best coolers for the Overclocked AMD socket A?
Thanks everyone! Looking very close at the new Millenium Glaciator.
Anybody have one yet? Let's here about it........
 

CSaddict

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Jun 19, 2001
Location
CT, USA
I can suggest the millenium glaciator. It made a world of difference on my tbird and the setup is very quiet. It's also reasonably price in comparison.
 

wildone

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Mar 7, 2001
Location
TN
I have the thermoengine with the stock fan and I am pleased with it , at 1366 my temps are 40c and 47-48 useing cpu burn which I dont think is really to bad so I would recommend it to anyone
wildone
 

Eil Atan

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Jun 20, 2001
I am using a FOP 32-1 on my T-Bird 1.4 Ghz. It isn't great, but it is cheap and quiet and works well if you are low on budget. But after reading other reviews I would suggest the Glaciator from what I've heard.
 

SCOdoubleT

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Apr 30, 2001
If you're sticking with air cooling, I would definitely recommend the ThermoEngine with the Delta Fan, the stock one is pretty small. Be sure to remove that damn pad off of the bottom and replace it with some A.S. II. :)
 
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Goin' AMD

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Goin' AMD (Jul 04, 2001 04:35 p.m.):
Going to build an AMD system with Abit KG7-Raid. Of course I'm gonna push it to the limit! What are the best coolers for the Overclocked AMD socket A?
Thanks everyone, anybody got the new Millenium Glaciator yet? I'm looking very close at this one!