View Full Version : ThermalRight Ultra 120 Extreme has an added heat pipe.
03-07-2007, 11:07 PM
Does more make for better. Read n' weep Tuniq fanboys. :wtf: :lol:
To be fair, I have an SI-128, it uses larger pipes than the SI-120 and needed lapping badly because it's base was .003" concave.
Make that two extra pipes.
I use a Scythe Infinity, and It's pretty amazing. 24 idle, 27 load, 21 ambient.
03-08-2007, 11:08 AM
I have an SI-128 also and didn't check the base for flatness... temperatures don't surpass 40C though.
Man with the two additional heatpipes, that is wOw. I have the TT Ultra 120 on a X2 4800 at 3.2GHz and it runs it friggin sashamant cool. Logic would dictate it cools it better with more heatpipes in the same component which is now corroborated. :wtf:
03-08-2007, 07:54 PM
Don't confuse the two.
LOL. Yeah I know, a slip while reading a Thermaltake Toughpower specs. But you get what I meant. ;)
03-09-2007, 05:42 PM
look at their site, a new monster back from hell, a brave fireman:
IXF-14 ''Inferno Fire eXtinguisher"
4* 8mm diameter wide heatpipes
2* 140mm fan attachable
it's tempting to become a Thermalright fanboy hahaha :p
03-09-2007, 07:36 PM
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