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Best Heatsink-Fan combo for FX-53?

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November 7, 2004 11:28:03 AM

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Have been looking at the Thermalright XP-90 (note the XP-120 does
not fit on the K8N NEO2 Plat that I am *thinking* will be the mobo)
and wonder if:
1. Anyone is using that combo here?
2. If not, WHAT successful COMBO are YOU using?

The XP-90 has good reviews with the Panaflow 92mm and I will O/C
this a bit - 2.6 problably - so not radical.

Any help on this decision appreciated. Thanks.

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Rich "Doc" Colley

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November 14, 2004 2:03:13 PM

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hi man
this heatsink seems to be good with his heatpipes
U should use a silent fan with about 50m3/h like noiseblocker
SE2(92x92x25mm- 1950 RPM- 24 DBA)
used with a potentiometer
if u do this thi sis my e-mail radjiv@free.fr tell me if it works i may buy
an FX53 this summer

bye

"Doc" <pc-dc-doc@nospam.comcast.net> a écrit dans le message de
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> Have been looking at the Thermalright XP-90 (note the XP-120 does
> not fit on the K8N NEO2 Plat that I am *thinking* will be the mobo)
> and wonder if:
> 1. Anyone is using that combo here?
> 2. If not, WHAT successful COMBO are YOU using?
>
> The XP-90 has good reviews with the Panaflow 92mm and I will O/C
> this a bit - 2.6 problably - so not radical.
>
> Any help on this decision appreciated. Thanks.
>
> --
> Rich "Doc" Colley
>
> mailto: pc-dc-doc@nospam.comcast.net
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