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AmigaWolf
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Posted:7/10/2008 10:55:00 AM # 1
I'm going to put a Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek ( http://www.nexustek.nl/sxp6026_full_copper_passive_server_cooler.htm ) on my Asus P5N-D nforce chipset's.

He is almost as big as the aluminium heatsink on my Asus P5N-D motherboard.

And he is 99.5% pure, C1020 copper material, the best.

I hope i wil have him vrijday or zaterday in my home.

I wil let you know how it went, and how cool my chipset's are.


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Posted:7/12/2008 2:32:00 AM # 2
I just get a e-mail from my store, and thay say that i wil get my Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek next week.

So be pations, i will post the outcome.

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Spects: Tower: Cooler Master HAF 922 SE 2x 200mm fan's + 1x 120mm fan, MB: ASRock X58 Extreme3 with Sata3 and eSata3 and USB3, CPU: Intel Core i7-920 3.66GHz, Memory: Kingston 3x2GB DDR3 PC14900 CL9.0 XMP Tall HS, 1866MHz, GFX Card's: 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB in SLI, PSU: Seasonic X-750, Hard Disk's: 2x OCZ Vertex 30GB in Raid0, 2x 250GB HD in Raid0, Blu-ray-RW Drive: LG BH10LS30, LCD Screen: Acer GD245HQ Nvidia 3D Vision 24", OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
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Posted:7/17/2008 9:44:00 AM # 3
Yes i have done it, the Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek is now on my NB (nForce 750i & nForce 200).

I have use't Arctic Siver 5, so i must wait for 48 hour to have the best temps.

And i think i put a fan on my new head sink.

But al in al it works.

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Spects: Tower: Cooler Master HAF 922 SE 2x 200mm fan's + 1x 120mm fan, MB: ASRock X58 Extreme3 with Sata3 and eSata3 and USB3, CPU: Intel Core i7-920 3.66GHz, Memory: Kingston 3x2GB DDR3 PC14900 CL9.0 XMP Tall HS, 1866MHz, GFX Card's: 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB in SLI, PSU: Seasonic X-750, Hard Disk's: 2x OCZ Vertex 30GB in Raid0, 2x 250GB HD in Raid0, Blu-ray-RW Drive: LG BH10LS30, LCD Screen: Acer GD245HQ Nvidia 3D Vision 24", OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
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Posted:7/18/2008 3:27:00 AM # 4
UPDATE: if you want to see Pic's of the new heatsink on my Asus P5N-D MB,
ore you want info on how to do it your selfe, Give me a e-mail, or put your questions here.

And you can put the fan you get with your Asus P5N-D MB on this new heatsink, with
no problems.

E-Mail: AmigaWolf@Hotmail.com

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Spects: Tower: Cooler Master HAF 922 SE 2x 200mm fan's + 1x 120mm fan, MB: ASRock X58 Extreme3 with Sata3 and eSata3 and USB3, CPU: Intel Core i7-920 3.66GHz, Memory: Kingston 3x2GB DDR3 PC14900 CL9.0 XMP Tall HS, 1866MHz, GFX Card's: 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB in SLI, PSU: Seasonic X-750, Hard Disk's: 2x OCZ Vertex 30GB in Raid0, 2x 250GB HD in Raid0, Blu-ray-RW Drive: LG BH10LS30, LCD Screen: Acer GD245HQ Nvidia 3D Vision 24", OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
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Posted:7/27/2008 2:43:00 AM # 5
would any socket 603 cpu heatsink work for this northbridge or only this one?  did you have to stick foam shim onto the chips for protection?

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Posted:7/27/2008 8:15:00 AM # 6

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Author: s7j3 Posted: 7/27/2008 2:43:00 AM

would any socket 603 cpu heatsink work for this northbridge or only this one?  did you have to stick foam shim onto the chips for protection?

You must look good at the size of the heatsink, it can not be bigger than the Nexus heatsink i use.
And the butom must be flat, and he must be cooper to take heat the best way.
 
So you can use all the heatsinks solang it is not bigger than the nexus.

Take the foam pads that are on the old NB chip cooler.


If any one whant more info on how to do it just E-Mail me

AmigaWolf@Hotmail.com

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Spects: Tower: Cooler Master HAF 922 SE 2x 200mm fan's + 1x 120mm fan, MB: ASRock X58 Extreme3 with Sata3 and eSata3 and USB3, CPU: Intel Core i7-920 3.66GHz, Memory: Kingston 3x2GB DDR3 PC14900 CL9.0 XMP Tall HS, 1866MHz, GFX Card's: 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB in SLI, PSU: Seasonic X-750, Hard Disk's: 2x OCZ Vertex 30GB in Raid0, 2x 250GB HD in Raid0, Blu-ray-RW Drive: LG BH10LS30, LCD Screen: Acer GD245HQ Nvidia 3D Vision 24", OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
AmigaWolf
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Posted:12/10/2008 9:04:00 PM # 7
Must have: 4 screws like Pic01, 3 of 1.97 inch long and 1 of 0.98 inch long,
use 1 of 0.98 inch screws that came with your Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek heatsink Pic02.

The other 3 screws of 1.97 inch you must buy.

Ok, furst you must remove your old headsink.

Take the foam pads that are on the old NB chip cooler.

Then clean your nForce 750i & nForce 200 chipset, so it looks like Pic1, Pic2 and Pic3.
 
Then Make 3 holes in your Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek heatsink, Like Pic 4.

You can use 1 hole that is already in the Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek heatsink.

Make them on the same spot as the heatsink that was on your Chipsets.

Thats not to difficult.

Then lay the Foam Pads on the nForce 750i & nForce 200 chipset, with
the sticky part up.

So when you put the Nexus heatsink on the nForce 750i & nForce 200 chipset, the
Foam Pads will stick on your Nexus heatsink just the right way.

Then put some Thermal past on your nForce 750i & nForce 200 chipset.

Then put the Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek heatsink on your nForce 750i & nForce 200 chipset, as Pic5 and if you are don you see this as Pic6 & Pic7.

And you can put a fan on the Nexus SXP-6026 SkiveTek heatsink, Like Pic8 when you are don.

Open Pic's file with 7-Zip LINK: http://www.7-zip.org/

If you want to know more just ask.

Also let me know how it went.

If you want the Pictures then sent me a E-Mail: AmigaWolf@Hotmail.com

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Spects: Tower: Cooler Master HAF 922 SE 2x 200mm fan's + 1x 120mm fan, MB: ASRock X58 Extreme3 with Sata3 and eSata3 and USB3, CPU: Intel Core i7-920 3.66GHz, Memory: Kingston 3x2GB DDR3 PC14900 CL9.0 XMP Tall HS, 1866MHz, GFX Card's: 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB in SLI, PSU: Seasonic X-750, Hard Disk's: 2x OCZ Vertex 30GB in Raid0, 2x 250GB HD in Raid0, Blu-ray-RW Drive: LG BH10LS30, LCD Screen: Acer GD245HQ Nvidia 3D Vision 24", OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
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