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Old 28th September 2004, 19:26   #1
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Default Thermalright introduces SI-97, Athlon XP heatsink based on XP-90

* Multiple heatpipes for well spread heat around aluminum fins
* Enormous wingspan gives extra cooling to surrounding components
* Soldered fins to copper base (nickel plated) to make effective contact
* Light weight and easy installation

http://www.thermalright.com/a_page/m...oduct_si97.htm
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They found the way to lower material cost (copper to alum) yet maintaining or may well increasing performance. Good for Thermalright.

Lighter too.
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I got still that crapy sp97
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You'd be surprised with CV. I use cheap heatsinks with the expensive ones for testing only.
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looks good but let's wait for some reviews
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They found the way to lower material cost (copper to alum) yet maintaining or may well increasing performance. Good for Thermalright.
yeah but it's still sold as expensive lol
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you have seen prices?
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