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|22nd March 2006, 17:11||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Thermalright SI-120 Heat Sink
For a few years, ThermalRight has been the leader of the market of the radiators for CPU With If-120, ThermalRight does not derogate from the rule. This radiator follows the line of the imposing radiators requiring a ventilation minimum.
The design is very class very covered with nickel to avoid the oxidation of copper.
When with the performances, nothing to repeat, with an inaudible ventilator, If-120 is a pure bomb (damage which I could to me get another top-of-the-range ventirad)
Small less, the assembly and more particularly the compatibility which could have been larger.
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