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 Post subject: What happened to Thermalright xp-120?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 12:12 pm 
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I have been trying to buy a thermalright xp-120 cpu cooler. The entire US is "out of stock". Is there something I should know, or is it just a very popular cooler? I thought maybe the "gurus" would have the answer. TIA

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I ran into the same problem about a month ago. I was looking for either the XP-120 or the SI-120. I couldn't find either of them anywhere. I even wrote ThermalRight and asked them if they were still being produced (no reply -- nada). I finally found them at http://www.subzeropcs.com/ . I ordered the SI-120 and it was delivered without incident.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 1:54 pm 
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Maybe it's being replaced with the SI-128?


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 3:05 pm 
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jabtech has it, i think

EDIT: NVM, I r dumb


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Puzzle is solved. I found one at sidewindercomputers.com (their last one, according to them). The SI-128 replaces the XP-120, and the XP-120 is no longer manufactured. The bad news is that the SI-128 is 91mm high, and I cannot use it. The XP-120 is 63mm high (both without fan), so I can get it into my silverstone case.

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Hi billrob, this one on eBay any good to you? (not as if a heatsink exactly wears out :) )
(in US - finishing 11th Dec 06)
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I have one, if you want it.

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I've been looking for a SI-120 for a future HTPC. Does anybody know if it has it been discontinued? If so, I'd jump on the ones left at subzeropcs, but its a good $10 more than the jab-tech one. So far, I've been crossing my fingers that jab-tech will get more in stock. :?

I'll try e-mailing Thermalright, maybe I'll get a response.

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So is the SI-128 any good in cooling a oc'ed C2D? I wonder how it compares to the Scythe Ninja. =/ One advantage the SI-128 has is that you can put a fan on it to blow air toward the motherboard.


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stromgald wrote:
I've been looking for a SI-120 for a future HTPC.

AFAIK the SI-120 has been discontinued for some time, so you'll have to try and find a retailer that hasn't yet shifted all their stock. :(


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