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Old 25th September, 2001, 11:23 AM
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Best cooling for Intels?

One of my colleagues is having great success o/cing a pentiumIII of some description, but at the moment the temperature of his chip is enough to fry eggs. Since neither of us are familiar with Intel system, I've got a newbie-ish question:

What's the best heatsink/fan combo available for an Intel? Strictly air-cooling only, please
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Old 25th September, 2001, 02:14 PM
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I love the Glaciator. Even with the computer sitting on the mobo tray on my desk I can barely hear it.

Great cooling, too.
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Hm...can't add a picture with an edit, so here's said computer.
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The newer coolers for the athlons are alot better than what we were seeing a year ago when the P3 was king , even a Tt 6cu or other 18$ good T-bird cooler will spank on a P3.
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The newer coolers for the athlons are alot better than what we were seeing a year ago when the P3 was king , even a Tt 6cu or other 18$ good T-bird cooler will spank on a P3.
Very true indeed. It would be quite interesting to see how the SK6 with an 80mm fan adapted to it performs on a P3 though . .. .
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Old 27th September, 2001, 12:10 AM
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Hi everybody, first post

Ive got a P3-450 @600 katami with a cheap £11 taisol socket A cooler glued to the core with arctic silver epoxy.

I tried several other slot 1 coolers but this setup has been much more effective than anything else.

Im sure the CPU would go fester but my motherboard will only go upto 133mhz fsb.
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Old 28th September, 2001, 05:23 PM
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Two words - water cooling. Water on Intel processors can open a 50% or higher OC if the other hardware in the machine will handle it (due to increases in PCI bus speed, etc.). I'm using a P3-700E @ 1022 MHz right now, water/Peltier, and my processor temps in Win2000 Pro are usually sub-zero C at idle.

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I'm using a P3-700E @ 1022 MHz right now, water/Peltier, and my processor temps in Win2000 Pro are usually sub-zero C at idle.

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1022MHz, that it? I've got a cB0 700E that does 1050 aircooled at 1.85v no sweat . . . .
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