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Intel coolers - where to find specifications

Discussion in 'Intel' started by Anne Onime, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Anne Onime

    Anne Onime Guest

    Does Intel have webpages for their coolers? I wish to find
    the speccies for several lying around my junk shelf.
    When I search for the part number, I just get parts seller's
    websites. Occasionally some of these listings will say
    something like
    For Pentium 4 up to 3.4 GHz, and any Core 2 Duo

    That's rather tedious way of collecting the information...
     
    Anne Onime, Apr 25, 2011
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  2. Anne Onime

    Ghostrider Guest

    IIRC, one has to to go through the site for the specific CPU
    in order to find the specifications for the coresponding HSF's.
    Moreover, these may not be the most satisfactory HSF's that
    can be purchased. Some of the after-market, OEM HSF's are
    significantly superior in cooling capabilities as well as
    being quieter and easier to mount.

    The better way for the neophyte to search for these accessories
    is to visit a major review site, e.g., Tom's Hardware, and go
    through its comparative product reviews. Less tedious.

    GR



    On 4/24/2011 5:56 PM, Anne Onime wrote:
    > Does Intel have webpages for their coolers? I wish to find
    > the speccies for several lying around my junk shelf.
    > When I search for the part number, I just get parts seller's
    > websites. Occasionally some of these listings will say
    > something like
    > For Pentium 4 up to 3.4 GHz, and any Core 2 Duo
    >
    > That's rather tedious way of collecting the information...
    >
     
    Ghostrider, Apr 25, 2011
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