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    Chinese Vampire tHE_0ne's Avatar
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    Post Whats a good Heatsink

    I have a XP 1900

    Need to replace the Stock heatsink, (cpu get very hot 59c full load)

    Im thinking of:

    Swiftch MCX-462
    http://www.swiftnets.com/

    or

    Cooler Master HHC-001
    http://www.coolermaster.com.hk/en/pr...r/hhc-001.html

    which would be a better buy?

    or what does anyone know of any others?

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    R.I.P. 2018-07-16 RoundEye's Avatar
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    Lots of reviews here.

    Heastsinks change so quick, that I have a hard time keeping up with them.

    I have the SK-6, cools great, but the fans a screamer.
    Sliding down the banister of life ..........................

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    ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ downhill's Avatar
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    I own the Coolermaster HHC-001. If your using a stock hsf, and you opt to use this one.......

    Expect your temps to drop around 12 to 13 degrees.

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    thermalright AX-7
    Swiftech MC462A
    alpha PLA8045

    dont skimp on the fan
    Will Work For FSB

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    I use the Alpha 8045... It rocks...

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    if you can wait a while, the thermalright slk600 looks like it's gonna kickass and is smaller/lighter with the same performance

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