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Intel Socket 478 Copper Core/Aluminum Heat Sink & 2.5" Fan w/Retention Clip & 3-Pin Connector up to 3.40GHz
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- Intel Socket 478 D34080-001 Heat Sink and Fan General Features: Aluminum heat sink Copper core
- 2.5-inch fan Supports Socket 478 Intel Pentium 4 and Celeron processors up to 3.40 GHz
- 3-pin fan connector (approximately 11-inch cord length from fan to 3-pin connector)
- Heat sink retention clip Regulatory Approvals: CE UL
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on May 11, 2013
This is one heavy duty fan. I upgraded my Dell from 2.6 Gigahertz P4 Northwood to a 3.4 Gig P4 Prescott. The Prescott runs a whole lot faster and hotter. The stock heat sink was woefully inadequate. This new fan cools it right down and there are no more freeze-ups, or thermal problems. It also comes with some kind of thermal grease already on it, but scrape it off and install the heatsink using Artic Silver 5 thermal grease. It is the best in my opinion. Yes, you have to buy a new retension bracket for the motherboard. The computer companies all use a proprietary retension bracket that holds on a cheap heat sink that is only designed for their product and for what CPU they have installed. They do this for assembly cost reasons and to discourage you from installing a more powerful CPU that will naturally run hotter. They do not want you to upgrade a computer they already sold, they want to sell you a new one.
on December 10, 2013
i bought this 3yrs ago when i accidentally broke my either processor on the ground but this replacement was far the easiest to install why i love amazon and for them having this part when i needed it and for them getting me back up and running since i never had any issue with this product but love it
on March 4, 2015
Arrived on time. It was easy to install and has been running for a while now. Very quiet with no problems.
on December 13, 2012
Fits the Intel Socket 478 Pentium 4 processor as designed. The fan includes a patch of thermal grease on the processor contact surface, but I added additional thermal grease to be on the safe side. The fan has been working perfectly since I installed it. The price was the lowest I found (and one of the few of this vintage I could find), and I have no complaints.
on December 12, 2013
I built me Grand daughter a desk top for xmas. Used a Pentium P4 3.ghz processor and ASUS mother board I had laying around. New fan and heat sink just the ticket to make this a fast reliable system. The old MB bracket had cracked also. Ordered one at the same time and changed out as well. The processor would heat up in a minute or two and shut down. The heat sink was not seated due to broken bracket for fan and heat sink. Runs as new now. Good price for good intel equipment to.
on June 5, 2013
My 10 year old Pentium 4 computer has been needing a new fan to replace the noisy one. I bought this one because it was made by Intel. Was easy to install, is quieter, and the new heatsink design keeps the processor running cooler. If you're still using a socket 478 computer and haven't replaced this item, I'd highly recommend it to extend the life of your computer.
on June 1, 2012
This cooler works very good as does all of Intel's stock coolers. If your not overclocking then this is perfect. Some people complain about high temps with stock cooling but that's how they run. Some case cooling helps if your gaming and it is actually recomended by Intel. I accidentally dropped it and broke the fan so I am getting a new one soon. :)
on February 14, 2016
It looks just like the original equipment I'm so familiar with so I expect it will do the job with no problems.
Most recent customer reviews
Hard to beat for regular computing. Good price and quality. Not for overclockers, but not priced like that either.