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New XP2000 O/C to XP2200 going for 1862(XP2300)We need more power Scottie!!!Just ah minute Cap't, just one more Dylithium crystal and she'l be ready ta go! Unlocking this chip is going to be fun! Heh Heh Heh!

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>"New XP2000 O/C to XP22000" >>Wow!!! Thats some overclock! Care to recommend the >sub-space cooler you're using for that feat of nature? >>:-lol >>Dammit Jim! I'm an overclocker not a mechanic! ;-) >>http://members.rogers.com/eelvish/elrondlogo.gif >http://members.rogers.com/eelvish/flyurl.gif Tis just a nice all copper HSF setup, Thermalright-SK6 with a 5000rpm fan. running under load (3dmark2001se) with the case at 74F the cpu held steady at 107f or 41.5C. :)It does help that the surface (bottom)of the HS was polished with 36000 Grit wet/dry cloth. made about 1.5-c difference!Check this great site/page out, it has most all heatsinks (100?) and compares them using a very scientific method. the better HS is the new Thermalright SK600, as seen just below the SK6.Just scroll around:http://www.dansdata.com/coolercomp_p3.htm#SK6There are some other great ones here though.LaterPaul

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Hahahah!!! I am dense! eeerrrr no, I dont know what yer talkin about!:-lol (I've edited it) thanks! Going to bed now, Nighty nite!Paul

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Hey Paul try the new SLK-600 from Thermalright with a 8000 rpm fan (Delta) Awsom!!!!

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How is the noise level on that 8K fan?Noel

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? does anyone listen to music or play games when using there computer, I dont even hear the fans and I have 3 in my computer :-outta Maker: DELTAModel: FFB0612EHESize: 60 x 60 x 38 (mm)Bearing: Dual Ball Bearing SystemVoltage: 12VSpeed: 8000 rpmAir Flow: 50.15 CFMNoise Level: 54.5 dBA

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