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post #1 of 38
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Does anyone know where I could get one? They were limited edition units, only 1000 made, or so I read. Amazon and Ebay don't have any, so I'm out of ideas lol. Googling it turned up a few places that sold it, but they all said either not available, or discontinued.
Edited by Nnimrod - 11/3/11 at 2:13am
post #2 of 38
There wasn't only 1000 made, they were mass produced and very good for that matter.

Just googled you're looking for "Thermalright TRUE Copper Ultra-120 eXtreme". You can get the standard TRUE here

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post #3 of 38
The Copper was 1000 or under if I remember, as I bought one a few years ago. It was very heavy, so I placed it in a horizontal build.
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post #4 of 38
You can find them still available in some e-retailers, but I don't recommend you to mount it vertical cause it is too heavy kind of warp my motherboard and I gave it to my friend.

Horizontal mount is probably the best way if you don't want the motherboard to get damage.

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Thank you guys very much for the help I am thinking of buying one. If I do, it will be mounted horizontally, but supported some how.
post #6 of 38
Yeah I read some horror stories about people cracking their motherboards with them and they really only added minuscule cooling difference between the all-copper version and the normal version.
post #7 of 38
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Believe me, I would have mine properly supported My CHV is much to valuable and pretty to risk. And I'm not so sure about buying one... everything I see says around 1C better performance than the normal TRUE, and for $100 I want better lol.
post #8 of 38
Thought about doing this? Notice the plastic on the left top.

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post #9 of 38
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Thought about doing this? Notice the plastic on the left top.

Forgive my poor observing skills, but what exactly are you talking about? the pic is kinda small.
post #10 of 38
They divided/balanced the weight with plastic holding up the cooler, which is warped onto the PSU area. You can use plastic rope to do the same.
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