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Old 29th May 2008, 18:09   #1
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Thermalright AXP-140, Ultra-120 TRUE Black & First ATX Case


HSC-101 CASE

Thermalright devised the HSC-101 not as housing in the classical sense, but as a only one enormous heat sink. This is besides with high-quality Heatpipes equipped around the warmth of CCU and other heated components would drive off and thus even Quad core processors passively to operate to be able. Since it concerns probably still a study, it is at this time questionable whether the housing in this form will at all appear.

AXP-140

In the program two multi-base CCU radiators are also new. The True Black 120 fits like also the AXP-140 on the bases 775, 939 and AM2+. Numerous Heatpipes is to ensure with the 790 and/or 900 gram heavy cooling monsters that the processor becomes not too hot.

Ultra-120 Extreme Black

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Question : What is the difference between Ultra-120 eXtreme and TRUE Black 120?

Answer : The main differences between Ultra-120 eXtreme and TRUE Black 120 are in the color and additional accessories. More specifically, TRUE Black 120 includes the new Chill Factor 2, the upgraded version of the original thermal paste, the Chill Factor. It also has an extra set of fan wire clips for a push-pull, two fan installation. Performance is the same for both in single fan mode.
http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...ler_tb120.html

T-Rad² VGA Cooler

That T-Rad² is itself for achievement-hungry Übertakter is particularly suitable, which set on SLI or CF - with only 24.3 millimeters the new radiator is very space-saving. Owing to six nickel plated Heatpipes and typical copper ground as well as one optional 120-mm-Lüfter or two 92er-Modellen provide the Thermalright for a cold map. With scarcely 400 gram that ranks T-Rad² however rather among heavyweights on the market.

source: http://66.196.80.202/babelfish/trans...PC-Gehaeuse%2F
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