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Thread: Replacing My Hsf

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    i'm thinking of replacing my current "intel certified" hsf. . i'm not gonna spend too much, $25 max. whats the best hsf and where can i get it? can please, vb and clocker, post something helpful

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    anyone?

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    what do u recommend clocker? i'm looking at something with a high rpm fan and good heatsink. and don't exceed 25-30 please.

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    I really don't know Abu.
    I would first get a 60 to 80mm fan adaptor and a 80mm fan and try that.
    Those stock heatsinks are pretty good and I'll bet you would see an improvement just doing the conversion ( and spending a lot less money)..

    Converting my stock AMD HS worked just as well as my $50 Zalman....
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    Originally posted by clocker@24 December 2003 - 19:43
    I really don't know Abu.
    I would first get a 60 to 80mm fan adaptor and a 80mm fan and try that.
    Those stock heatsinks are pretty good and I'll bet you would see an improvement just doing the conversion ( and spending a lot less money)..

    Converting my stock AMD HS worked just as well as my $50 Zalman....
    i wish i could do that. my fan on the hs has an x across it. i can't remove that. how would the fan adapter work if the fan isn't directly hooked up to it?

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    Check out the Thermalright coolers.

    http://www.thermalright.com/product_default.htm



    SLK900U

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    Originally posted by Virtualbody1234@24 December 2003 - 20:26
    Check out the Thermalright coolers.

    http://www.thermalright.com/product_default.htm



    SLK900U
    that's a bit expensive.


    hows this one:
    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....talog=62&depa=1


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    I think i'm gonna go with this one:
    http://thermaltake.com/coolers/spark/a1715.htm



    looks cool. 6000 rpm fan. wat do u think?

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