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K6-2 533MHZ cpu heatsink and fan recommendation

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Can anybody recommend the best Heatsink and fan for a AMD K6-2 533 mhz processor.

I currently have a 366mhz processor, but acquired the 533mhz through a friend and have no idea whether my present heatsink and fan will be adequate enough???  

How can you tell??

Cheers,

Pete
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From AMD's recommended list, I would choose one of the GlobalWin heatsink/fan combos.

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/0,,30_118_1217_1101^1109,00.html

You may not find the exact model listed, as this list is quite old, but the GLobalWin site shows the products that are suited for socket 7 and newer processors, and would work fine for your K6-2.

http://www.globalwin.com.tw/cd_html.html
http://www.globalwin.com.tw/product/socket.html
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Good selection of possible solutions.

Even came back with a second response to give me more options.

Excellent recommendation.

Cheers,

Pete
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Glad we could help. Thanks.
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