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Bios24

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AS5 will probably drop it 1-3C This does look like a surprisingly good cooler from TT, but I think it sort of a rip from Thermalright, which had a 500g+ all copper heatpipe heatsink out a year ago. Plus it's not a lot cheaper than the SP-94/97's.
 
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a c i d.f l y

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...and I wont have to use this adapter to fit a 92mm fan on it...

Imitation and copying, so long as you do it better, or cheaper -- is the best business model. Look at Dell. Business full of copying others. Look at Microsoft... hehe.

-Frank
 
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I think the benefit of this thing -- is specific to CLIP ONLY Socket A AMD mobo's...

Anybody else would go for the TR SP94/97/98...

...anyone seen this thing for less than what www.svc.com has it?

-Frank
 

Demonghast

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kind of funny, the last time I was out shopping for a heatsink everyone recommended the slk-900-u over the sp-94 though now we have the sp-947u. I still haven't seen any reveiws showing that the slk-900-u will lose to anything else if you try the same fans... or am I wrong?