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The SK6 - The SK6
Tue, February 19 2002 | 1:28AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Everyone knows the feeling - you're sure that your CPU has at least another 200 MHZ in there somewhere - but you're already on the edge heat-wise. I had 1.2 AXIA and a 1.33 AYHJA TBirds but wasn't comfortable with cpu temps over 50 C. Time for a heatsink combo upgrade. Thanks to our good friends at CrazyPC for the chance to test out this heatsink/fan combo. The SK6 has been around for a while, and is still one of the best heatsinks available. It is solid copper, and it fits on almost all motherboards because it does not require a lot of space on the sides and it actually short compared to some of the other heatsinks in this class.
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