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qube
10-15-08, 03:38 AM
Thermalright’s Ultra-120 True Copper will be on sale this month .The price is 100~110USD and only have 2000 PCs available.

Features:

● Use high quality copper material for consistent heat absorption and transfer.

● Utilizes six high quality 6mm heatpipes, strategically positioned to pick up the heat from the CPU.

● Proprietary bent winglet design to minimize airflow resistance.

● Heat pipes soldered to base (nickel plated) and fins for optimum heat transfer.

● Stack of 52 pieces of copper fins, the most over any other heatsinks in the market. Can be covered entirely by a 120mm fan to absorb all in-coming air flow.

● Vast compatibility list for multiple multi-core CPUs and platforms.

● Includes both bolt-thru-board retention mechanisms for Intel 775 and AMD AM2 (backplate included for both platforms).

● Includes two sets of fan wire clips for a duo-120mm fan installation (fans not included).

● Includes the NEW thermal paste, Chill Factor 2 for even better conductivity.



Technical Spec:

● Dimension: L133 x W156 x H38 mm

● Weight: 1900g

● Recommended Fan (120×25mm)

● Heat pipes: six Heat pipes

● Material : Copper



Compatibility:

● Intel Socket 775 & AMD Socket AM2

● Support Intel Core i7 Processor (optional )

● Support Intel Core 2 extreme and any Socket 775 Processor

● Support AMD Phenom X4 and any Socket AM2 & AM2+ Processor
http://en.expreview.com/img/2008/10/13/U120-TRUE-cooper.jpg
http://www.sweclockers.com/imagebank/200810/Ultra120cu001.jpg

npras42
10-15-08, 05:33 AM
Why only 2000?

Absolution
10-15-08, 05:47 AM
I'd hit it. :D

CaptNKILL
10-15-08, 05:49 AM
Holy **** that thing is HEAVY! :eek:

1900 grams is over 4 pounds! More than twice as much as the Ultra 120 Extreme!

Its definitely going to be the best air cooler on the market, no contest... but for $100, with no fan and 4 freaking pounds hanging off your motherboard?

DAMN...

Viral
10-15-08, 06:26 AM
Why not just put a fridge ON your CPU. Man that's heavy. Good stuff though, I just dislike copper coolers since the last copper cooler I had went green and crappy looking pretty fast.

CaptNKILL
10-15-08, 07:23 AM
Why not just put a fridge ON your CPU. Man that's heavy. Good stuff though, I just dislike copper coolers since the last copper cooler I had went green and crappy looking pretty fast.

Yeah it doesn't take much to make them look like ass.

My old Thermalright SK-7 still looks good except for the big green finger print on it. I must have had something greasy on my fingers the first time I installed it and it corroded. Its probably easy to polish up but I really don't care at all what it looks like. Its in my sister's PC and it doesn't have a window. :p

mullet
10-15-08, 10:19 AM
Sweet Jesus!!!!!!!!! Depending on how you mount it you will need to tie a string on the top tubes and connect it to somewhere on your case to support the end weight.

http://www.pcgameshardware.com/?menu=browser&article_id=666819&image_id=935942

ViN86
10-15-08, 10:32 AM
the design kicks ass.

the benefit from copper probably isnt worth the extra weight imo.

SLippe
10-15-08, 11:02 AM
Sweet Jesus!!!!!!!!! Depending on how you mount it you will need to tie a string on the top tubes and connect it to somewhere on your case to support the end weight.

I'm going to put a 2x4 under mine.

XDanger
10-15-08, 02:23 PM
Better to have a flat case or turn your case on its side.

TRUE apparently performs better that way anyway.

shabby
10-15-08, 05:46 PM
Rather than milking the true they should make a new design.

XDanger
10-15-08, 06:12 PM
Rather than milking the true they should make a new design.

Ah so thats what they put in the pipes.

Bring on the gold(top) version!!! (English jk nm)

crainger
10-16-08, 12:49 AM
Rather than milking the true they should make a new design.

If it ain't broke don't fix it. ::D:

That saying doesn't really apply to the PC/IT hardware industry does it? ::o: