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Old 30th July, 2003, 04:26 PM
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One of my projects for today

MSI KT3V mobo. I removed an 1800 Pali and replaced it with a 1700 Tbred and CoolerMaster HeatPipe hsf.
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Old 30th July, 2003, 04:32 PM
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kewl.
let us know how that coolermaster performs.. looks like a decent HS. Does it use an 8cm fan?
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Old 30th July, 2003, 04:51 PM
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No, it holds a small fan. I think it's a 40m. Very small.
The fan that came with it was extremely loud, so I replaced it with onre the same size that I already had.
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Hmmmm...40mm fan?! My Silent heatpipe has a 1500RPM 60mm fan. Very silent and doesn't do a bad job (see sig for OC) although it only moves 16cfm!

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Hmmmm...40mm fan?! My Silent heatpipe has a 1500RPM 60mm fan. Very silent and doesn't do a bad job (see sig for OC) although it only moves 16cfm!

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Laz, it could be a 60mm, but I don't think so.
It doesn't seem to doing very well anyway. 57C..
I may have to switch it out.

edit- then again, I just checked one of my other towers and it's running 61C. Warm day. I think I'll just keep an eye on the heatpipe temps.
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That's a big nice looking Heatsink you have there LP. Looks like it could perform very well. is it copper?
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Ambient temps are murder this time of year, I've had to back off the over clock on two of my three boxes, and one is water cooled!

So give it a chance LP you may still have a serviceable setup. Just my 2 cents...":O}
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That's a big nice looking Heatsink you have there LP. Looks like it could perform very well. is it copper?
It's all copper. Very nice looking, although I did find out the copper is easy to break. I used too long of screws the first time, and part of the side came up, away from the attachment.
But I got it back in place.
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Ambient temps are murder this time of year, I've had to back off the over clock on two of my three boxes, and one is water cooled!

So give it a chance LP you may still have a serviceable setup. Just my 2 cents...":O}
The Pali that I had in it before, always used to run about that hot too, so it doesn't alarm me too much.
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