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Thermalright AX-478 Heatsink Review Thermalright AX-478 Heatsink Review
In this configuration it is the absolute loudest, most annoying, and hazardous-to-fingers heatsink we have ever tested.


Date: Oct 23, 2002
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Thermalright AX-7 Heatsink Review Thermalright AX-7 Heatsink Review
Thermalright have another heatsink which is almost identical to the AX-7.


Date: Nov 17, 2002
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Thermalright CB-6L Heatsink Review Thermalright CB-6L Heatsink Review
Thermalright broke all the cooling barriers with the introduction of their full-copper SK-6 heatsink and many people expected the CB-6L to follow in the same footsteps.


Date: Oct 02, 2001
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Thermalright MST-9775 LE Intel Heatsink Review Thermalright MST-9775 LE Intel Heatsink Review
The Thermalright MST-9775 LE is a two-heatpipe heatsink, and it doesn't have all that much in the way of surface area for cooling. The compact heatsink measures a modest 90mm tall, about 110mm square. It weighs 430grams.


Date: Dec 10, 2007
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Thermalright SI-128SE Heatsink Review Thermalright SI-128SE Heatsink Review
The SI-128SE cooler itself is big, a 120x120mm fin array hovering like SkyCity over a compact base connected via four 8mm diameter heatpipes.


Date: Dec 11, 2007
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Thermalright Silver Arrow Heatsink Review Thermalright Silver Arrow Heatsink Review
The Thermalright Silver Arrow is a dual tower, dual 140mm fan heatsink for performance and lower noise Intel / AMD processor cooling. It's constructed around four 8mm diameter sintered metal wick copper heatpipes and thin, multi-winglet nickel plated aluminum fins.


Date: Dec 27, 2010
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Thermalright SK-6 Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SK-6 Copper Heatsink Review
Each fin is interconnected with one another by means of small copper tabs. Thus the sum of these many small parts is very sturdy. Be sure to "Listen to this Heatsink!"


Date: Jun 15, 2001
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Thermalright SK-7 Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SK-7 Copper Heatsink Review
Just 6 months ago we would have been testing the Thermalright SK-7 heatsink with a 38mm thick 'Delta Screamer'...


Date: Dec 27, 2003
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Thermalright SK6+ Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SK6+ Copper Heatsink Review
Thermalright heatsinks just look like they mean business. And matched with the right fan they often do...


Date: Dec 28, 2003
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Thermalright SLK-900A Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SLK-900A Copper Heatsink Review
The SLK-900A ships without a fan, but that flexibility allows you to determine just how loud and annoying the heatsink will be.


Date: Dec 27, 2003
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Thermalright SLK-900U Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SLK-900U Copper Heatsink Review
Given these two different sizes of fans, rotational speeds, and CFM output it will be interesting to see just how the Thermalright SLK900U reacts thermally!


Date: May 28, 2003
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Thermalright SLK-948U Heatsink Review Thermalright SLK-948U Heatsink Review
The Thermalright SLK-948U is an oldie but a goodie. This 635 gram chunk of copper is still a relevant heatsink however, resembling something akin to a metallic Toblerone with copper fins.


Date: Jan 30, 2007
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Thermalright SLK800 Copper Heatsink Review Thermalright SLK800 Copper Heatsink Review
Okay, an all silver heatsink would be better, but since such a thing doesn't exist in the mainstream cooling world, we'll just have to settle for the Thermalright SLK-800 and plug our ears.


Date: Nov 26, 2002
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Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme Heatsink Review Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme Heatsink Review
Like the Ultra-120 that came before it, the Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme applies fairly simple concepts to yield a well performing tower heatsink that doesn't have to generate much noise to get the job done.


Date: Feb 04, 2008
Model No.: Ultra 120 Extreme
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Thermalright Ultra-120 Low Noise Heatsink Review Thermalright Ultra-120 Low Noise Heatsink Review
UPDATED! The Ultra-120 is a large heatsink, but one which can be operated very quietly while disbursing the high heat loads from modern-day dual core processors.


Date: Jul 02, 2007
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Thermalright Ultra-90 Low Noise Heatsink Review Thermalright Ultra-90 Low Noise Heatsink Review
Resembling a block of downtown apartments, the Ultra-90 stands 147mm high in shimmering nickel-plated glory.


Date: Jun 21, 2007
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