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Thread: Can Gigabyte GA-7N400 handle 80mm HSF




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    Hi,
    does anyone know if the Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro 2 is able to handle a 80mm HSF. (Im thinking here of the Thermalright SLK900 + a 80mm fan (still to be dicided).

    Cheers :cool:

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    I don't know, but the Abit NF7 does, and it overclocks better.

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    1) I've seen a water cooling sytem for 120 euros (Poseidon water cooling set, this is a basic introdution type, nothing fancy). Is this better than 60 Euros spent on an Air HSF???

    2) which is better Abit NF7 Rev. 2 or Abit NF7-S? The second has more functions, but I have read that it is not quite as good for overclocking.

    (I need a machine that will work well at faster speeds (than orginaly specified), and is future compatible, not a tweeking toy!)

    Thanks for all your help so far.:)

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    1) I've seen a water cooling sytem for 120 euros (Poseidon water cooling set, this is a basic introdution type, nothing fancy). Is this better than 60 Euros spent on an Air HSF???

    2) which is better Abit NF7 Rev. 2 or Abit NF7-S? The second has more functions, but I have read that it is not quite as good for overclocking.

    (I need a machine that will work well at faster speeds (than orginaly specified), and is future compatible, not a tweeking toy!)

    Thanks for all your help so far.:)

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    The -S adds Serial ATA and something else, I can't remember. The board was updated to revision 2 to fix some BIOS issues that people were having.

    Both overclock the same.

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    I got a Gigabyte 7N-400 Pro, handles smooth, n put my Volcano 9 on it - is 80mm. SIts fine, just a capacitor sitting right next to it tho, so eze does it!
    CPU runs at 51oC but my case is ****e, drops 3-4 degrees with the side panel off, hehe.. i'm in queensland to so

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