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Old 09-28-2006, 11:11 AM   #11
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could use some ram for my new machine if you could maybe have something, i'll have to find the specs for it later.
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My standards are quite high, but let'* see what you can do :P. I'm gonna need an ATI graphics card soon, prefferably less than two years old. Socket 939 heatsink (thermaltake, thermalright, zalman, aerocool, not OEM . AND if you have a 1gb stick of pc3200, that would rock too. Thanks
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I could use a socket A mobo that has the mounting holes for a Zalman HSF. pc2700 ram wouldn't hurt. and i really do need an external enclosure for a 3.5 hdd.
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
it depends on which chip type it is, if its a clawhammer or newcastle
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
it depends on which chip type it is, if its a clawhammer or newcastle
also the Dual core ones are vary Beffy heat sinks

but yeah for the most part if not OCing.. just use stock heatsink.

OCing do Water cooling or get * Good Heat Pipe Heat sink there the best
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
it depends on which chip type it is, if its a clawhammer or newcastle
also the Dual core ones are vary Beffy heat sinks

but yeah for the most part if not OCing.. just use stock heatsink.

OCing do Water cooling or get * Good Heat Pipe Heat sink there the best
What I'm actually gonna do is go the less travelled road, Thermalright xp-120 and peltiers, but I was just checking to see if you had a nice heatsink. I plan on O/Cing my 3200+ to 2.8 ghz, or more
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
it depends on which chip type it is, if its a clawhammer or newcastle
also the Dual core ones are vary Beffy heat sinks

but yeah for the most part if not OCing.. just use stock heatsink.

OCing do Water cooling or get * Good Heat Pipe Heat sink there the best
What I'm actually gonna do is go the less travelled road, Thermalright xp-120 and peltiers, but I was just checking to see if you had a nice heatsink. I plan on O/Cing my 3200+ to 2.8 ghz, or more
i have a thermaltake big typhoon that i might be willing to part with
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Petey - believe it or not the OEM AMD hsf for the athlon 64s is pretty damn good if you never plan on overclocking. It would keep mine around 36* c.
it depends on which chip type it is, if its a clawhammer or newcastle
also the Dual core ones are vary Beffy heat sinks

but yeah for the most part if not OCing.. just use stock heatsink.

OCing do Water cooling or get * Good Heat Pipe Heat sink there the best
What I'm actually gonna do is go the less travelled road, Thermalright xp-120 and peltiers, but I was just checking to see if you had a nice heatsink. I plan on O/Cing my 3200+ to 2.8 ghz, or more
i have that x120 Vary Good heat sink!!! has trubble fitting on some Mboards though :(

it you going to use Peltiers most of the time Water cooling is rquidered depending on the Watt pelteir you get.
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