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- Sun Jun 18, 2006 3:56 am
- Forum: SPCR Article Discussion
- Topic: VGA Cooler Roundup: A Thermalright, two Zalmans, and an Arct
- Replies: 54
- Views: 34006
Very informative review - well done! I still would have appreciated some space devoted to the process of removing stock fans, though. I remember older video card heatsinks being a royal pain to remove ; they probably used thermal glue or somesuch material, as I worried I might actually rip the GPU o...
Well, I got my Seasonic from Kool 'n Quiet today and instead of SS-300FB (which I ordered) I got SS-300FT. I wonder what's the difference between them ? They look quite similar on the Seasonic web and the spec is the same... According to the Kool 'n Quiet website, "the part number 300FT relates to ...
- Sun Aug 24, 2003 11:40 am
- Forum: Power Supplies
- Topic: 2nd PSU poll: please VOTE AGAIN!
- Replies: 117
- Views: 43129
Currently using a Macron 300W PSU, modded with a Panaflo L1A fan. The system is a Pentium4 Northwood 1.8Ghz, moderately overclocked at 2Ghz.. The backup system, namely a Celeron-Tualatin 1300Mhz oldy, is using an even older 250W "Linkworld" PSU, again modded with an L1A fan. Who are "Linkworld"? Bea...
- Sun Aug 24, 2003 4:49 am
- Forum: Video Cards & Monitors
- Topic: Can a FX 5800 be quietly cooled?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 4235
According to Zalman's website (http://www.zalman.co.kr/usa/product/ZM80C-HP.htm), the ZM80C-HP will efficiently cool a Geforce FX5800, as long as their accompanying ZM-OP1 fan is also used. So it all depends on whether your specific 5800 model can accomodate the Zalman heatsink (which can be a probl...