Thermalright SI-128 SE HSF announced

Posted on Sunday, Sep 09 2007 @ 21:52 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalRight officially launched a new updated version of its SI-128 heatsink, the SI-128 SE. The new ThermalRight SI-128 SE CPU cooler features proprietary tru holes on every fin to increase air flow movement.

The base and heatpipes of this cooler are made out of copper, the fins are made out of aluminum. The SI-128 SE is compatible with Intel's LGA775 socket and AMD's Socket AM2 Athlon64 / FX / X2 / Opteron.

Features:
  • Works optimally with a quiet, low RPM 120mm fan
  • Proprietary thru-holes adopted from the HR-series to increase air flow movement
  • 8mm heatpipes with high heat transfer efficiency
  • Patented support bar design preventing heatsink from deformation over time
  • Increased height of heatsink fins for better motherboard compatibility
  • Total compatibility with Intel Socket 775 & AMD Socket AM2 CPUs
  • Fan blow down design helps to cool CPU surrounding


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