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post #11 of 17
no one is going to bother water cooling or TECing and leaving their CPU at the stock clocks or voltage .. which will push it past the 150 in a second
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) View Post
no one is going to bother water cooling or TECing and leaving their CPU at the stock clocks or voltage .. which will push it past the 150 in a second
No one?
How can you make such a broad sweeping statement?
post #13 of 17
Dangles:
MCW-6500T is more than enough to handle an i7 at stock frequency.
If you intend to overclock an i7, then MCW-6500T is not enough. MCW-6500T can handle up to 150W with ''good'' temperature. Since you already owe MCW-6500T, I suggest you just mount it on and test it out to see if the temperature is acceptable to you. A real life test speaks much better than a thousand words.
post #14 of 17
i do agree stick it on and test it, it would be interesting for everyone
post #15 of 17
Indeed it would be, we've been having these conversations quite a few times and now would be ideal to clean it up.
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This is the one I have, and no it won't go below zero because I had it on my socket 775 quad core and it didn't go below zero it stayes around 5 degrees C.

But with an overclock on it and the higher voltages I'm using it won't go below zero

http://www.swiftnets.com/products/mcw6500-T1.asp
Assuming that the dew point will be below zero is a big mistake.
Dew point well over 100°F are a reality.



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post #17 of 17

waiting...

Dangles what was the actual model of your 775 Quad.....that will make a mighty load of difference as the TDP varied a lot. The lowest (not the one you had I am certain) - TDP is 65w with the top model being a shade under 140w. (All 4 core - all 775 info taken from Intel site.)

Allowing for thermal heat transfer inefficiences and the fact the swiffy chilled to 5ºC I would say it was the 95w model.... perhaps but only you really know - so enlighten us.....

Given that in reality very few actually use more than 2 cores in general use (One reason why I have resisted the move...why pay huge bucks for something you will never use, at least till far more multi-threaded progs come around. Why the hell buy six !!!!) I have come to wonder if indeed these 4 core monsters run cooler than peeps imagine after all TDP values are 4 core not single....or so I have led to believe.

Dangles...please hurry up and get that thing on your i7....for your processors sake please watch the temps and set a "shutdown" in the bios, if something goes wrong the swiffy may take your i7 with it.
Edited by zipdogso - 1/10/10 at 5:08pm
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