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Old 05-23-2005, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cooling a bumped-up Celeron D

I've been running my 3.06GHz Celeron D for a while, and was curious, which fan/heatsink combo's do you people suggest for bumping the CPU up to 3.4GHz?

I might be doing this, but I know it hurts the CPU, I just wanted to know besides liquid cooling, what brand draws the most heat off a socket 478 cpu?
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Thermalright XP-120, if it fits.
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The XP-90c is actually better than the XP-120.
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wow, that's pretty big, looks to be in the 40-60 range on ebay, thanks people!
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