Thermalright SI-128 and Ultra 120 reviews

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Thermalright SI-128 and Ultra 120 reviews

Post by silver bullet » Sat Jun 24, 2006 7:30 am

Hey all,

This kinda goes along with my C2D cooling thread, but i thought that everyone would want to see this .. so ...

IS-128 - Link

Ultra-120 - Link

I think the SI-128 be nice, but the Ultra-120 would probably do better in the end, weight is really not a concern for me (my case pretty much stays where it is).
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Post by digitalfeed » Fri Jun 30, 2006 9:15 pm

Once I get the Aria case in my hands I'm going to see how much clearance I have within the case. I want to get Ultra-120 inside the case but it may require some cutting at the top. I liked the vent from the P180 case and thought I might be able to fabricate something similar to that.

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Post by mariosimas » Sat Jul 01, 2006 3:52 am

here you have another one for the SI-128:

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