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 Post subject: low HS+Fan for socket A
PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2002 5:52 pm 
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I'm desperately looking for the best noise solution for a small microATX case i'm using...
Maximum height is 46mm for HS+Fan, so I'm really lost, and don't know what to do... any ideas?

I know of Cooljag JAC313C and Titan CU4TB, both of them looking to specs seem to be really noisy... any ideas or recommendation?

Right now, cpu is a duron 1'3Ghz but maybe I'll place a Thoroughbred in the near future.


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You probably won't need a lot of cooling for that Duron, think about running the fans on your two potential candidates at 7-volts. That should quiet them down.

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any pics or diagrams of the case? u might be able to get away with one of those heatsinks that u mentioned and then ducting the heatsink to utilise some airflow from another fan in your case http://www.below-0.net/belowzero.asp?contenttype=products&menuid=453054340 maybe the cooljag JACA series of heatsinks be more to your needs, they have small blowers mounted onto them and they should be easier to silence then using a conventional axial flow fan

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thermaltake has a heatsink designed for server use:
http://www.thermaltake.com/products/rackmount/1uSocket370.htm

these are pretty low profile, you might want to try swapping out the fan though


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Maybe these are interesting for you:
http://www.enmic.com/default.php?pg=news&nid=20

There are 2 new Arctic Cooling Cooler
Slim Silent Pro & Slim Silent Pro TC

Might not be the *optimal* choice for a dead silent system, but I guess these might be a real good deal for use in such size-limited areas.


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You aren't using the Palo Alto PA-450 by chance, are you? I am and it has about the same clearance.

The stock (CoolerMaster) AMD heatsink will probably give you the proper clearance. That's what I use and it does a good job. Not a great job, but a good job.

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Thermalright's SK-6 is only 33mm tall w/o fan -- maybe a 60x15mm profile fan would fit.

There's also coolers like http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/vancc1ucool.html
http://www.vantecusa.com/cck6012.html

1U rack mount case solutions. Other makers have them too.


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