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ThermalRight SK7 - ThermalRight SK7
Mon, November 11 2002 | 10:39AM | PermaLink Feedback?
OCIA looks at the ThermalRight SK7 heatsink. It's a good budget cooler, here's their thoughts.

Getting back to the heatsink itself, we see that a 3 prong clip is used to mount this sink. This type of clip has a love-hate relationship in the community; either your love it or hate it with a passion. I personally love it. It lets me rest assured that the heatsink will not "fall" off of the socket. In the strange instance that your center socket clip is missing or damaged, you can still use this heatsink. I bring this up as I had a bad experience back in the day with a Chrome Orb. At the time, this 3-prong clip had yet to make its appearance and I was forced to either purchase a new motherboard or a pricey Swiftech MC462. I chose the latter.

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