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Thermalright Now Boasts Smallest 120mm Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: 05:23AM

The True Spirit 120M is the newest CPU cooler from Thermalright and it is the world's smallest 120mm fan based cooler. This smaller take on the True Spirit 120 is targeted towards Micro ATX users who typically have smaller cases and can't fit larger heatsinks. Thermalright was able to achieve the smaller heatsink without sacrificing performance by changing the placement of the four heatpipes found on the cooler, which has the added benefit of preventing interference with RAM. The True Spirit 120M is compatible with all of the latest Intel and AMD sockets all the way back to socket 775. The cooler is available now and has an MSRP of $29.95.

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ohldboy on November 6, 2012 07:37AM
Just what I needed at a price I like, oh well .
ohldboy on November 6, 2012 07:42AM
Be nice if they included RAM height capability and "tallness."
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Tuan on November 15, 2012 12:32AM
Pros: Well constructed and the intltlaasion hardware is well made. Cons: The cooler was too large for me to use. I have an ASRock P67 Pro3 motherboard and CORSAIR Vengeance memory modules with tall heat spreaders and I could not even install 2 of the 4 I have without one of the modules being pushed sideways by the cooler. I ended up having to get a Zalman CNPS9900ALED to get clearance. Other Thoughts: Should have stuck with Zalman since I ended up having to buy one in addition to the Cooler Master V6 I could no use. Manufacturer Response:Dear Valued Customer We apologize for any inconvenience. Unfortunately, because there is no standard of location of the cpu socket and space between that and the memory slots, a small amount of motherboards will have some trouble with tall memory sticks and after market coolers in general. If you have any other questions, please let us know via the Live Chat link below. Respectfully CMUSA Customer Support.External Link(s): Live Chat|

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