On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 20:57:26 -0500, Peter van der Goes wrote:
> "Wes Newell" > wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 12:29:21 -0700, surface9 wrote:
>>> Thanks for the webcite. I found a very interesting fan there that
>>> mounts as an 80mm but is actually a 92mm. It is also quiet and has
>>> good airflow.
>> Actually, that was someone else. I know for a fact that the original fan
>> on my A64 COU was 70mm, not 80mm. I think they still are, but I'm too lazy
>> to pull the side cover off any of my X2 machines.
> I may well be incorrect in my guess that the OP's HSF came with an 80mm fan,
> as I agree that the HSF's that came with my X2 3800, X2 4200 and X2 4600 all
> have 70mm fans. But, I was given to understand that the high end CPU's, such
> as the OP's 5600+ come with a different HSF that is a copper based heat pipe
> design with aluminum fins and uses an 80mm fan. I actually ordered one of
> these from a bargain place a while back and have it here. It sports an
> 80x25mm fan with the AMD sticker (3D - hologram) on it.
> Again, I may well be all wet here, as the OP has not described his stock
And you may well be right. I don't know. I did find a picture that it has
heatpipes, but the fan looks the same although it's hard to tell the size
from the photo.
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