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Old 03-04-2008, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Buying The Thermalright Ultra-120

ok i found two web sites where it's available. I'm not sure where i should get it from though because i've never heard of this one site, but i've shopped at crazypc before.

Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme CPU Heatsink: CrazyPC Computers

Thermalright Ultra-120 Rev. A Aluminum Heatpipe Heatsink for AMD AM2 and Intel LGA775

anyone ever heard of svc.com?? it's super cheap there.

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It's super cheap because tahts the nonextreme edition. It has less heatpipes.
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that's a terrible price for the Extreme, you can find it cheaper.. I remember paying $45 for mine

and be prepared to lap it if you get one with an ugly base

oh and get an Scythe S-Flex 63.7CFM fan to go with it (model #SFF21F I think)
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that's a terrible price for the Extreme, you can find it cheaper.. I remember paying $45 for mine

and be prepared to lap it if you get one with an ugly base

oh and get an Scythe S-Flex 63.7CFM fan to go with it (model #SFF21F I think)
ya i was going to get the s-flex, where did you get it for $45??
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Thermalright ULTRA-120 Extreme 6 Heatpipe Cooler LGA775 Heatsink *Fan Not Included* - DirectCanada

Canada only though... it was $44.99 when I bought it
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well that can't help me i'm going to buy it here:

Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme CPU Cooler

with the scythe s-flex
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SVC is good. I just bought my TRUE backplate from them. They have fast shipping.
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I thought evga sent yours back.
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After I bought one already...haha. Which is good because the one I bought didn't work really.
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