My family and I will be off to Bangkok, Thailand for the long weeked. It was relatively unscheduled, and spontaneous, but it’s fine. Just fine. I don’t mind going to Bangkok because I’m bored stiff at home, but I also don’t want to go anywhere because of the recent surgical extraction of my impacted wisdom teeth. Recovery is making me terribly sore, impatient and pissy; the antibiotics is making me feel fatigued as a side-effect; and the swelling doesn’t let me open my mouth to eat anything larger than a teaspoon or harder than a pancake. Bangkok is a place of exotic food and a variety of flavor. Sadly, I’ll be passing first. Not my fault. I’ll have to stick to my gello and rice porridge diet.
Personally, though I’ll be looking forward to visiting the Pantip Plaza, Bangkok’s IT and computer commercial hub… and it’s 300 meters away from our hotel! Testimonials online say that if what you’re looking for isn’t in Pantip Plaza, then it doesn’t exist. We will see about that. My primary objective in Pantip Plaza is to purchase a pair of ATI Crossfire Bridges. They’re painfully difficult to find in Manila and my Crossfire set-up is long overdue. My secondary objectives are a new CPU heatsink and fan and charger for my Creative Zen Vision: M.
As for my CPU HSF, I have a few options. In no particular order:
- Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro
- Thermalright Ultra-120
- 3RSystem Iceage 120
- Gigabyte 3D Rocket II
- Zalman CNPS 9500
- Zalman CNPS 9700
What do you think? Have some feedback or insight? Feel free to comment! These are all within budget and hopefully you can help me find the best choice.
Wish my family and I safety and I hope we have fun. For now, stay tuned!
Keep on reverse-engineering those Cross-Coms and keep them activated!
Ghost Operator Perez signing out.