Published on 14th July 2010 by
Originally Posted by docodineI'm surprised that this didn't make it on this month's Gaming Workhorse, given the $10 difference between it and the Fenrir..
Originally Posted by bigsharnI never thought I'd live to see the words "Thermaltake" and "Great" in the same sentence... In honesty I'm surprised it's even up there with the Fenrir, let alone beating it :p
Originally Posted by bsoltanThe looks of it are a big factor. It is one ugly heatsink! (The Fenrir is no looker either). However if you're not planning to show off the innards of the PC this looks like quite a good choice, the price isn't too bad either considering it comes with fans.
I have a question - In the reviews, there are temps listed for coolers that don't come with a fan. Are these temps taken when using a fan or just using the stock cooler? In particular this is about the Thermalright Ultra 120. Thanks.
Originally Posted by Fingers66I mentioned it in an early thread but I'll reiterate: having to get into the case to adjust the fan speeds is a pain, I'm not sure I can agree with the overall conclusion here b-t.
However, can the fans be replaced with standard PWM fans? How much of the excellent cooling is down to the fans and how much is down to the heatsink design?
If it is the heatsink then one or two Akasa Apache PWM fans may be a runner here as long as you don't have tall RAM.
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