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Old 07-06-2005, 01:22 AM   #11 (permalink)
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But just FYI the stock HSF is the best solution for LGA775 prescotts. but since you have a 478, go with a high RPM, high CFM HSF.
That's not true at all. I have a prescott, and I lowered my load temp's by about 15c by getting the Tower112. It is heavy, but the best air cooling you can get. I load at 47C at 3.73Ghz.....
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Old 07-06-2005, 01:26 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Well my stock works great for me. I get 29c idle. 40c Full load.
When i OC it from 2.8 to 3.5
i get 35c idle and 51c full load.

Anyways what compound did you use with that HSF?
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Old 07-06-2005, 01:36 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I used AS5.....

Your temps are great, but also abnormal for a prescott. I actually seemed to have better than normal, with it staying under 60c full load at stock, but a lot I have seen have been 65-70C easy with the stock cooler.

Either way, it is going to be tough to beat a HUGE all copper HS like the Tower 112
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Well to tell you the truth I have 2x 80mm, 5,000 RPM fans, both blowing in adjacent to the CPU.

But before that, my temps were still good with the stock fan before I installed the "windtunnel"
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What temp's are your room?
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I live in the basement and it is always cold down here. Like low high 50's low 60's.
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no freaking wonder its that cool, my room is 64F and my CPU is overclocked and it still stays cooler :-p
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Ok,

I ordered some AS5 and Gigabyte GH-PDU21-MF, G-Power Cooler Pro CPU Cooler

http://www.techbuy.com.au/products/5...CPU_Cooler.asp
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My current cooling solution
Stock Intel POS IMHO 775 HSF
Open Case
15in Dollar General Floor Fan on "High"
My 3.6 Pressy is idling @ 37C right now
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