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    Running a P3 passivly

    Is it possible? if so how
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    • joshwa's system
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    HP Brio BA410's do this, I've seen them up to P3-800 passively cooled - with a medium - large sized aluminium heatsink and the power supply directly over the heatsink so that as the PSU draws air out of the case it is taking the CPU's heat with it. The PSU fan in there was pretty quiet too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swafeman
    Is it possible? if so how
    put a big heatsink on

    i dont know if you can passivly cool 1.75 chips though, i know you could with 1.65v chips

    and dont push your luck
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