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    Default Thermalright XP-120

    Since all the parts were sold in that thread, thought it would be better if i put this up in another thread

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    Thermalright XP-120 CPU cooler with 120mm Tt fan
    Bought: May 2005, but unopened and new

    Reason it was unopened for so long is because when shipping from the USA, i lost the mounting kit for socket 775. I recently bought the original socket 775 mounting kit, so its good to go again!

    Comes with box, thermalright thermal grease + everything

    This cooler was the top performing heatsink from 2004 to 2006. This was meant to handle prescott, and it handled it better than any other heatsink there was. But if youre thinking this is a crappy cooler compared to whats in the market nowadays, youre wrong. It should still be equal or better than most thermaltake and coolermaster coolers in the market, and of course its better than the gigabyte coolers, some ASUS coolers, and many other coolers in the market. Importantly, its thermalright, so its a very high quality piece of heatsink

    More info |HERE| and pictures |HERE| and |HERE|. It shows the XP-120 is 3'C hotter than the Thermalright Ultra 120 under load. So in that case it should be somewhere around 7-8 'C hotter than the Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme which im selling(but mine has two fans so the difference would be a bit more if compared to the one im selling)...Plus u get the added bonus of motherboard PWM cooling since the 120mm fan blows on the motherboard. So yeah, around 7-8'C hotter than the best air cooler in the market (in single fan config) is not bad i guess, and enough for any quad core overclocking

    Ill hook it up with a year old Thermaltake 120mm fan (non LED) but i have some 120mm LED fans at home too, if anyone wants i can sell it with that too i guess

    Price: 3,100 with fan, 2,600 without fan
    Last edited by Mazhar; May 23rd, 2009 at 01:08.
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post

    More info |HERE| and pictures |HERE| and |HERE|.
    He..he..he..... .Just copy paste..


    HERE HERE and HERE. HERE e ki ase?
    Last edited by Muradd9; May 23rd, 2009 at 01:07.
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Since all the parts were sold in that thread, thought it would be better if i put this up in another thread

    Cooler

    Thermalright XP-120 CPU cooler with 120mm Tt fan
    Bought: May 2005, but unopened and new

    Reason it was unopened for so long is because when shipping from the USA, i lost the mounting kit for socket 775. I recently bought the original socket 775 mounting kit, so its good to go again!

    Comes with box, thermalright thermal grease + everything

    This cooler was the top performing heatsink from 2004 to 2006. This was meant to handle prescott, and it handled it better than any other heatsink there was. But if youre thinking this is a crappy cooler compared to whats in the market nowadays, youre wrong. It should still be equal or better than most thermaltake and coolermaster coolers in the market, and of course its better than the gigabyte coolers, some ASUS coolers, and many other coolers in the market. Importantly, its thermalright, so its a very high quality piece of heatsink

    More info |HERE| and pictures |HERE| and |HERE|. It shows the XP-120 is 3'C hotter than the Thermalright Ultra 120 under load. So in that case it should be somewhere around 7-8 'C hotter than the Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme which im selling(but mine has two fans so the difference would be a bit more if compared to the one im selling)...Plus u get the added bonus of motherboard PWM cooling since the 120mm fan blows on the motherboard. So yeah, around 7-8'C hotter than the best air cooler in the market (in single fan config) is not bad i guess, and enough for any quad core overclocking

    Ill hook it up with a year old Thermaltake 120mm fan (non LED) but i have some 120mm LED fans at home too, if anyone wants i can sell it with that too i guess

    Price: 3,100 with fan, 2,600 without fan
    hello.i send u a pm.but,u didn't reply.pls check ur pm box & have reply
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    I don't know how it works, but I want it
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    I don't know how it works, but I want it
    Its basically a good CPU cooler, and I have a 120mm Blue LED fan along with it. Let me know, Ill sell both together for 3000

    In fact, did u get a cooler for your mighty system? You should get one
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Nope, hadn't even considered it till Speed bumped up the thread. When will you be returning to BD?

    ---------- Post added at 00:33 ---------- Previous post was at 00:32 ----------

    And how much noise do these things make?

    ---------- Post added at 00:33 ---------- Previous post was at 00:33 ----------

    Ok I did some reading, looks like they don't make much noise, but I think the size will be a problem for my MOBO.
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Nope, hadn't even considered it till Speed bumped up the thread. When will you be returning to BD?

    ---------- Post added at 00:33 ---------- Previous post was at 00:32 ----------

    And how much noise do these things make?

    ---------- Post added at 00:33 ---------- Previous post was at 00:33 ----------

    Ok I did some reading, looks like they don't make much noise, but I think the size will be a problem for my MOBO.
    If you want, i can bring it over to your place, if it doesnt fit of course i wont sell it

    You have a Q9550 in there dying to be overclocked

    Let me know
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    great you can show me the basics of overclocking as well. But I might not be able to get this now, bit short of cash. I'll let you know soon. If anyone else makes an offer, feel free to sell it to him.
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    @ Mazhar
    Vhai 2500Tk te ki apni fan soho charte parben????
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    Default Re: Thermalright XP-120

    Item sold to Dı}x{STrik3R for 2,700.
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