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Old 10-13-2008, 11:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: new amd 6000+ cooling?

Originally Posted by FBR_BDavis View Post
I'm guessing this 2nd-hand 6000+ is the 125w version, and not the newer 89w version.. Even so, my 6400+ Black Edition is 125w, and like I said, the TX2 did a nice job.. CoolerMaster has some newer products that do an even better job with these high-wattage CPUs..
the 6000+ was also one of the first AMD CPu's to have the IHS soldered onto the die, rather than using crappy thermal paste.
My 6000+ has a higher TDP than the 4600+ I gave Vernong, but it runs cooler with no changes to the cooling system.

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