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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by sATA port, Dec 11, 2008.

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    whos using xigmatek s1283 rifle(copper) heatpipe? can you tell me your temps at idle and load? and ambient too.. thanks
     
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    I suggest googleing it, Or looking at the reviews on newegg. Also see if you can find some pro reviews.
     
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    Idle is in the 40° C, load 61° C max. Note that the CPU Voltage is 1.4, ambient is 22° C.

    If I run the CPU on stock speeds, with 22° C ambient, idle is 31° C and load about 43° C.

    For air, this cooler rocks.
     
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    Keeps my CPU at 3.2ghz 28-30c idle 36-39c load and 3.8ghz 30c idle - 39-42c load. This is passive as well, meaning no fan on it at all, just a front fan and back fan in my case.

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    Never mind the fact that Shadowfold manages his cables like a sumo wrestler manages his calorie intake.:roll::laugh:

    My Xiggy 1283 keeps me 28 idle/45ish load.
     
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