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I didn't know the BT used clips to mount on SKTA, I thought it required mounting holes?
it can use mounting holes etc, but the H-Clip that is provided, can in fact clip onto the Socket 462's. So ive been told anyway. Ill be pretty pi$$ed off if it dont, but then i spose i can carry it over to whatever build i make next
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it can use mounting holes etc, but the H-Clip that is provided, can in fact clip onto the Socket 462's. So ive been told anyway. Ill be pretty pi$ off if it dont, but then i spose i can carry it over to whatever build i make next
Well, good luck! I'd love to see the results of that (with an Abit mobo no less!)
It would be a pain to remove everything just to install the BT
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I have a Thermalright SLK-947U, and it is fantastic. Cools my Athlon XP 1800+ @ 2.1 Ghz and keeps it near 40C. It is very hard to find though and it uses mounting holes

Cooler Master Aero 7+ All copper HSF with a unique fan. It was a hassle just to install because it wouldn't fit correctly on my motherboard (stupid capacitators). From reviews, it should've been really great, but my temps were decent but not nearly as good as my Thermalright.

These two are better though:

Alpha Socket A
This is a great product! Go for it. It is a powerful cooler and I'm pretty sure it is mounted using a clip (see the review provided in the "awards" tab). Seems to cool quite well

Aerocool High Tower
Very big, not copper, but looks like it cools decently with heat pipes. Some reviews on it are pretty good.

I'd say get the Alpha if you space constraints. If you need cheap, get the Cooler Master. The Aerocool may not be the best cooler with a clip, I think the alpha may be better (although made for older systems). Get the Alpha

hope that helps!

edit:

I didn't know the BT used clips to mount on SKTA, I thought it required mounting holes?
You seem to be correct about the BT mounting, I can see no side clips for it, and my board has no holes. However the High Tower shows promise, if it doesn't rip the socket off the MB. However, the base appears to be a bit wide. Hmmm, I wonder! Might be worth a gamble. I currently have an Aero 7 installed,(not the copper plus) and it did drop a few degrees, but not nearly enough. Room ambient is about 80*F, Case is 32*c, and the CPU is reading 61*C. No room to OC.
    
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Almost sold my trusted 2100, And you know what? Just couldn't do it. I mean it was my first powerpacked processor and it has been running almost daily from 2003 on. So i grabbed a 64 sempy and sold that one instead. Not regretting my move one bit. My XP 2100 lives on to fight another day
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I'd be proud to join this thread and sport my slick xp2900+ !
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Just upgraded my 1900+ to a 2600+ Barton . Dug up my Vantec Aeroflow cooler and I'm up to 2.2 so far. Only thing is, I need 1.8 vcore to get it stable in prime95, but I have yet to hit over 45C, so I think I'll go to 1.85 and see if I can hit 2.4 xD
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Ohhhh ohhh, pick me!

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I'd like to join as well. My current sig rig is down at the moment (lack of DDR RAM). So I'm running my Old School Athlon rig. It consists of:

Some Micron PC Mobo
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And once my Opty is up and running, I just started folding, so this rig will continue to fold 24/7 along with all the other rigs in my systems list.
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