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    prescott heatsink BIG MOFU and hitachi water cooling

    that aint big its hUUUUUUUUUUGe

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=16247


    hitachi does water cooling that will fit in a a shuttle!! ,should be interesting if it lives up to its claims that is

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=16244

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    The water cooling looks pretty neat.

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    those heatsinks are flippin' huge!

    The watercooling looks very swish
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    LMFAO ROFL. Couldnt help but burst out laughing when i scrolled down, that really is one huge piss take. Im still laughing now. Its really quite sad looking at it but class at the same time

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    You guys realize the big one is Athlon 64 HSF, right?

    Look at the mobo: K8V Deluxe.

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    I didn't see it when I read it.. but you're right, that is a K8V mobo... Strange to see that in that article... Might the heatsink still be intended for Prescott? But have fittings for several CPUs? I know, not likely.. just curious since I know the retailing A64s have no need for cooling even close to that.
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    its a universal heatsink of these heatpipe tower thingies

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    Yeah, that was my first thought when I saw it being on a A64 mobo...
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    Blimey !, very big !
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Yeah, looks really close to the DIMM slots... Almost like the blue channel would be hard to use at all... Interesting but disturbing development I'd say
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