anyone have this HSF on their X2 CPU?

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by your_left_nut, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. your_left_nut

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  3. SmoKieMcPott

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    no you are thinking of AM2 socket x2's
    dual core and opteron HSF are good quality heatpipe heatsinks though

    but in answer to the OP's question...that heatsink will work however the stock amd hsf will perform better
     
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    oh... well anyways the one i linked to is good
     

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    really... i would buy one of those and mod it into a nb cooler... its so awesome
     
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    I have that same HS/F! great fan and I have no doubts nor worries about heat with this bad boy!
    when i had my dual core which i miss btw...
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Toledo @ 280x10=2.8GHz @ 1.58V (36C-Idle, 45C-Half Load, 52C-Full Load Thermaltake Venus12@4,250RPM) the thing does 5500 rpms i recommend it :D

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=94923 <-- sexy beast >.<
     
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    my X2 came with a standard alu block, no heatpipes

    i think the heatpipe blocks are high end X2, Fx and opteron exclusive

    that said, stock sink does OK for normal operation, its a tad hot now, but what do you want with 30+ degs ambient temp
     

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