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post #11 of 41
i see you got rid of the reserator

muahahahahaha this is mine:

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post #12 of 41
So you bought a thermalright ultra-120 extreme just to use while you wait for your custom water cooling?
Oh yeah, THAT'S why i'm going to college, so i can do crazy stuff like that.

When you're done with it i might want to buy it Been thinking of getting one, and i just might if nothing whalops it in the next few months.

If you plan to get rid of it give me a PM, used good are ftw.
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So you bought a thermalright ultra-120 extreme just to use while you wait for your custom water cooling?
Oh yeah, THAT'S why i'm going to college, so i can do crazy stuff like that.

When you're done with it i might want to buy it Been thinking of getting one, and i just might if nothing whalops it in the next few months.

If you plan to get rid of it give me a PM, used good are ftw.
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Do you rob banks for a side job or what?!
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post #15 of 41
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Order placed.....gotta love $147 worth of air cooler....lol

1 x Thermalright IFX-14 for
Intel LGA775 and AMD Athlon 64,FX, X2,Opteron & AM2Processors

* Choose your fan : Panaflo 120x38 Ultra High Speed 114 CFM (+14.95)
* Add Thermal Compound : none
* Add Socket 939 Accessory : none

$94.90
Subtotal: $94.90
Shipping: $52.25
Tax: $0.00
Total: $147.1
post #16 of 41
Jebus, shipping is killer to the UK.
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post #17 of 41
Hey fellow UK Overclocker

Like the look of your setup, I currently use the SI-120 cooler but are thinking of going the Ultra-120 route or even the that monster IFX thingy

There is no competition between Zalman and Thermalright.... The latter wins hands down
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post #18 of 41
Be interested to see the performance of this one, and also see if the additional backplate-thingy actually does anything to help temperatures.

£75 on possibly the best air cooler only to replace with a custom watercooling loop is a bit insane though Cog Should have just gone with a £30 Tuniq
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post #19 of 41
Should've got an Enzotech Ultra X, I almost got the Thermalright Ultra 120 extreme but I couldn't resist this badboy

http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-27...er-review.html

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post #20 of 41
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Should've got an Enzotech Ultra X, I almost got the Thermalright Ultra 120 extreme but I couldn't resist this badboy

http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-27...er-review.html

Thats an interesting looking cooler you have there!

Im not getting the Thermalright Ultra 120 extreme Ive gone better than that IFX-14 en route.....

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