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mEKbOY (Jul 09, 2001 08:01 p.m.):
Oooh. Now that i think about. i just bought a new water cooling setup so i will no longer need my swiftech 462. It also has the delta 68cfm fan and is in great condition. It has kept my 1.4ghz athlon at 1.6ghz under 40c which is very impressive considering its the hottest cpu out there and its just fan cooling. Throw me an offer and we will see what happens.
mEKbOY (Jul 09, 2001 11:14 p.m.):
Take one look at this thing and tell me it doent look elagant and mean at the same time. This is simply the best Hsf fan out there. I wish they made a waterblock version. Its the best mounting system i have seen thats safe and effective and will make you computer shine. Dont be fooled by others sayin get a gladiator or sk6. They are good but not what the swiftech is which is awesome.
Randy (Jul 10, 2001 12:04 a.m.):
Your right the Swiftech MC462A is great but there not for everybody.
Some people may not want to have to pull their motherboard every time they want to pull off the HSF. This is why I have an SK6 coming that and after reading Joe's review the performance is equal to that of the Swiftech. BTW nice looking rig you got there.
Hoot (Jul 10, 2001 11:09 p.m.):
Running my Tbird 1.0g/266 AXIA at 1524 @ 2.05V, the MC-462A, with the Delta fan runs at 42.9C measured with a Type K thermocouple touching the core. This is with a PC room temp regulated at 20C and using Prime95 Torture to stress it.
Hoot likes his PC room cool.