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Help on system Cooling

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CaneyJ, Dec 8, 2001.

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  1. CaneyJ

    CaneyJ Thread Starter

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    To start with here is my system spec

    Juno P6 Tower case with review at
    http://www.neoseeker.com/resourcelink.html?rlid=30007

    ABIT KT7A-RAID/AMD
    Thunderbird 1.2GHz unlocked but unclocked (can go to 1.4Ghz+ if I get the right cooling.
    It's cooled by a Super Thermoengine V60-4225
    256 pc133 Ram
    TNT2 M64 Video Card + small fan unclocked
    10 GIG Hard drive
    6 80 ml fans

    My system is new and fancy a go at overclocking and some modding. However those 6 80 mil fans are very noisy and am looking for something quieter yet just as if not more effective.

    Is water cooling a good alternative. My budget is $500. Could anybody point me in the direction of some good quiet 80 mil fans , a good watercooling system or give any info on this refrigerator cooling system at this website

    http://www.vapochill.com/products/socket/socket_bareb.shtml#Cooling unit

    PLus since I'm starting out could any body tell me how to clock my T-bird .12 Ghz. Reminder it's using a Kt7A Raid mobo + Super Thermoengine

    Thanks
     
  2. Dark Star

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    Here is a start for you..........I've heard of fans that are now available that do not have bearings at all there is no friction because there is no contact point to create heat or wear and I belive they have them here also........

    http://www.cpucooling-overclocking.com/products.htm

    Post back if you need more info......

    DS
     
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