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Spire Skive Stream Socket A heatsink - Spire Skive Stream Socket A heatsink
Thu, February 27 2003 | 10:34AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The boys at ForumOC look at the Spire Skive Stream Socket A heatsink.

Overall, my experience with the SkiveStream was positive. Its ease of installation and effective performance make it a good choice for mid-range CPU cooling. This is by no means an overclocking heatsink. At 42 degrees Celsius, on an Athlon XP 1500, overclocking using this cooler would result in a burned out chip rather quickly. However, if you are looking for a cooler that is easy to install and will not break your budget or your CPU, this is one to consider.

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