120mm based heatsinks cool quietly
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 29, 2005 - 11:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hi-Techreviews takes a look at the Thermalright SI-120. This is the follow up to the XP-120, and fits on almost any AMD chip, and with a LGA 775 RM you can put it into an Intel system, assuming your motherboard can fit it in.
"When the XP-120 heatsink was released it became an immediate success with people singing its praises in forums here in the states and abroad. Yet as good as it was there was one thing that made it far from perfect and that was its failure to fit on a large number of motherboards. Thermalright is a company that never sets on its laurels when it comes to a challenge, so they set about re-designed the XP-120 and came up with the new SI-120. So come on along as we check it out and see how well it does under fire."
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