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I want to know what is on average a good HSF going to remove in Watts/hr or KCal/hr from an AMD64 CPU?
    
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Well the HSF is going to dissapate ALL the heat your processor generates otherwise it will fry. And every AMD processor puts out a different ammount of heat, so you will have to look it up. Your X2 3800 puts out 110 watts of pure heat at stock, and it goes up exponentionally when overclocked. Take a look at this website but just pay attention to the cpu area. Also try entering your overclocked values to see how much heat your are generating now. http://www.extreme.outervision.com/index.jsp
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Well the HSF is going to dissapate ALL the heat your processor generates otherwise it will fry. And every AMD processor puts out a different ammount of heat, so you will have to look it up. Your X2 3800 puts out 110 watts of pure heat at stock, and it goes up exponentionally when overclocked. Take a look at this website but just pay attention to the cpu area. Also try entering your overclocked values to see how much heat your are generating now. http://www.extreme.outervision.com/index.jsp
That's not how much heat wattage is being put out, that's how much wattage is being pulled from the PSU.

The X2's usually put out about 80W of heat in stock form. Thanks for trying to help though!
    
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a thermaltake typhoon will do the trick...
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a thermaltake typhoon will do the trick...
So how much wattage will one remove?
    
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Enough lol! It doesn't matter really, any good HSF will remove way more than enough wattage for any modern CPU, i believe the highest CPUs only have TDPs of 130W and a TT Big Typhoon is way more than up to that task.
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You don't understand. Im trying to compare a GOOD HSF to a watercooling setup that dissipates about 300+W. That's why I'm asking.
    
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hey

got a question, first i upgraded my PSU to a antec tru-power 2.0 500 watt, another member sugested that, good call on it too i was only running a 250 lol. whole system is running better. also i have added 3 new fans , one on the cpu,(stock heat sink but high rpm turbo fan) a 92 mm side case fan and the psu came with a 92mm in it. and the stock rear 92mm. i have also bypassed the cool-n-quiet system so i can controol the fans with a rotary knob. will this help keep the cpu cool? it think i am ready but i need to get a dam bios update lol my mobo show as an MSI amythest-m but the msi site says no such board? right now im using phonix 3.0 bios and there is no clock speed adjustment. any help would be great. thx
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Um.. thread hyjack much?
    
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Check on retailer websites, they normally give W specs.
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