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I'm on Newegg looking at the Tuniq Tower, as I heard it's better than the BT. As I'm reading the specs, I find it says, in the compatibility section, "Socket 478, LGA775, k8 ( 754 / 939 / 940 )
Support AM2 Socket (New Version)"

I'm not entirely sure what "New Version" means. Basically, will I be able to use the TT with my 3600+ and Biostar TF570?
 

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I'm on Newegg looking at the Tuniq Tower, as I heard it's better than the BT. As I'm reading the specs, I find it says, in the compatibility section, "Socket 478, LGA775, k8 ( 754 / 939 / 940 )
Support AM2 Socket (New Version)"

I'm not entirely sure what "New Version" means. Basically, will I be able to use the TT with my 3600+ and Biostar TF570?

That just means it is compatible with the new AM2 processors...yes, it comes with every back brace you can imagine, lol.
 

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Thanks.

You will get some good temps from the TT 120 with that processor...it puts out a lot less heat than mine....and i get temps at about 52Celsius max with my room around 80 Farenheight
 
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