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    hey superxp..that pic a screen shot from morrowind? i think i saw that exact same pic (at least same local and angle) as a sceenshot on a website somewhere a year ago =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    SuperXP[/size]]
    AMD Athlon XP 2800+ Barton Core
    Volcano 7+ Heatsink/Fan
    Asus A7N8X Deluxe
    Asus9280S 128MB DDR Superfast 600MHz Video Card
    WD 80MB ATA100 w/8mb Cache
    5 80mm Fans
    4 120mm Fans
    Etc.....

    Now here it is after OVERCLOCKING...
    Now where did ya get one of those from when there still over 2 weeks away from release? :?:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    The Computer is not really mine, but I use it anytime I want. Like I said before, you have to know someone in AMD. I have to say though, that AMD is taking a chance with taking long to bring out new CPU's. But when they come out, you will be well satisfied.

    Later.

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    Hey minibubba,
    You have a good system. The ASUS A7N8X Deluxe mobo is the best for any AMD Athlon XP CPU. All you need to do is get the XP2800+ Barton core & a Volcano 7+(the best volcano heatsink),
    Later.
    :smokin:

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    Thermaltake has now upgraded the 7+ now with a SMART FAN II and called it the Volcano 11. ;)

    Now if only they'd rename the 9 to 7.25 and things will be right again. :D

    <center><img src="http://www.thermaltake.com/images/products/heatsink/v11/v11.jpg">
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    i'm happy with the volcano 9, it's meeting my needs more than the 6+ I had in there last week =) Looks like I should have waited and got the 11...but at the time I didn't know it existed...but yes I would like one of those new 2800+ that have yet to come out..oh and thanks for the compliment on my rig, I've invested a lot of time on this bad boy:D
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    Thanks buds,
    I have to get myself one of those.
    Volcano 11,
    Hows the speed ?
    Volcano 7+ is 6200RPM

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    at least they got an 80mm fan on it this time...oops Wiggo arleady said it was a Smart Fan II...at least now you can easily change the fan if you want, the odd size on the 7+ would have made it a pain in the ass if the need (or want) ever arose...which, among other reasons, is why I chose the 9
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    fan speed is 4800 rpm at max with 75.70 cfm (check the link Wiggo so kindly provided)...same fan the volcano 9 has...volcano 7+ had 49 cfm @ 6000 rpm (max)
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    They are both good heatsinks, what cought my eye with the Volcano 7+, was the massive copper heatsink. Thats about 1.5X more larger than the Volcano 9. Therefore, I can always slap on a better fan or something.
    Take care,


    Volcano 9

    Cooler Dimension 80x80x77.3 mm
    Fan Dimension 80x80x25 mm
    Rated Voltage 12VDC
    Started Voltage 6VDC
    Rated Current 0.20AMP ~ 0.70AMP
    Power Input 2.40W ~ 8.40W
    Max. Air Flow 20.55 CFM at 1300 rpm
    75.7 CFM at 4800 rpm
    Air Pressure 1.45mmH2O at 1300rpm
    8.43mmH2O at 4800rpm
    Noise 17 dB at 1300 rpm
    48 dB at 4800 rpm
    Bearing Type Two Ball Bearing
    Life Time 50,000 hours
    Connector 3 PIN
    Tt Fan grille TR=0.38C/W

    Volcano 7+


    SPECIFICATION
    P/N A1254
    Fan Dimension 70x70x25 mm
    Rated Voltage 12VDC
    Started Voltage 7.0VDC
    Rated Current 0.55 AMP Max.
    Power Input 6.6 W Max.
    Fan Speed switch Cable :H,M,L Fan Speed
    FAN Speed H: 6000 rpm
    M:4800 rpm
    L:3000 rpm
    Max. Air Flow 49.0CFM
    Noise H 6000rpm@47 dB(A)
    M 4800rpm@35 dB(A)
    L 3000rpm@24 dB(A)
    Bearing System 2 Ball bearing
    Life Time 50,000 hours
    Connector 3 PIN
    Thermal Resistance INTEL P4
    AMD XP 0.29C/W
    0.32C/W

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