hardwaresecrets.com: Today we are testing the Thermalright True Spirit 120, a CPU cooler with a tower heatsink, four heatpipes and a 120 mm fan.
frostytech.com: The Thermalright Silver Arrow is a dual tower, dual 140mm fan heatsink for performance and lower noise Intel / AMD processor cooling. It's constructed around four 8mm diameter sintered metal wick copper heatpipes and thin, multi-winglet nickel plated aluminum fins. The end result is +165mm tall and boxy for sure, but it's also a heatsink that can comfortably operate at scarcely a whisper or ramp up its twin 140mm PWM fans to tackle performance cooling situations.
legitreviews.com: Thermalright has released yet another quality high performance cooler. The all new patented multiple support pressure vault bracket system was fairly easy to use and it allows users to add pressure to the bracket system (40~70 lbs.). Not only did this help secure the cooler to the board better, but we clearly had a more efficient mounting that improved cooling performance. Is it good enough to be the new king of the hill? With our testing I'm going have to say no. In most cases it is close to the Noctua NH-D14, but still ever so slightly behind at the 70lbs mount setting.
pcshoptalk.com: After the fall of the old king of air cooling, the TRUE, some manufacturers have succeeded to make better and better heatsinks, with different shapes and sizes. All concurrence was ripped apart when Noctua have presented their NH-D14 heatsink. Thermalright, which developed one of the best heatsinks for a really long time had to catch up. In this review we will see if we will have a new king of air cooling or a huge dissapointment.
ocia.net: It was nearly a year ago when we reviewed the HR-03 GT from Thermalright. At the time, the GT represented Thermalright's latest and greatest video card heatsink, made to cool the latest and greatest offerings from nVidia and ATI, namely the GeForce 8800/9800 G92's and the Radeon 3850/3870 RV670's. Then in June/July nVidia and ATI released new flagship cards based off the GT200 and RV770 cores. However, aside from some early water block releases there wouldn't be an aftermarket cooling option for the GTX for months to come.
virtual-hideout.net: That area where Thermalright has just recently come into it's own, is the videocard market; first with the HR-03, then the GT, and now-a-days with the GTX. But alas, not every user can afford the 5 slots that cooler eats up when a fan is strapped to it. That's where the T-Rad coolers come into play. By sacrificing just two slots after your graphics card, you too can keep it chilly with either 2x92mm or 1x120mm fans. Will it turn out to be a winning blow? There's only one way to find out - tear it from the package, slap it on a card, throw in a healthy measure of thermoster, and finally...
enthusiast.hardocp.com: Did you think that you already owned the biggest baddest air cooler in the world? Well you are wrong. Soon a few thousand of you will get the ability to join the Ultra Extreme Copper Club. Size does matter, and even more so, what you're made of.
legitreviews.com: Video card vendors always seem to manufacture graphic cards that have undersized heatsinks with incredibly loud fans and that are almost as hot as the surface of the sun. One would think that after decades of building these things they'd take a hint and build reference cards with thermal solutions that are adequate for stock performance. However, due to this inadequacy many other companies have found a market to fill and Thermalright is a company with proven designs and great success.
hi-techreviews.com: There is one heatsink maker that almost everyone turns to when they want the best cooling possible and that is THERMALRIGHT. Today we have the opportunity to review one of their top performing heatsinks - the Ultra 120 eXtreme. So come on along with us as we see how well this unit performs.
pro-clockers.com: This is just what Thermalright did with the IFX-14. The cooler consists of twin towers linked by a set of heat pipes. Now I am not going to give you all the features here in the introduction. But I will tell you the cooler does come with a little surprise. Something that no other cooler comes with. If you want to know what it is then you will have to continue reading.
bigbruin.com: The Thermalright IFX-14 uses eight heatpipes to move heat from the base plate to the cooling fins, and these pipes are larger and more numerous than on many of the other big coolers on the market. Overall it is larger than any other cooler I have had a chance to use, including some titans like the Tuniq Tower 120 and Zalman CNPS 9700, which we will see compared side-by-side in this review.
driverheaven.net: Thermalright is a company with a long history in the enthusiast PC market and they have created some of the best, hardcore CPU coolers over the last decade. Today we will have a look at two of their greatest CPU coolers, the Ultra-120 eXtreme and the IFX-14. The Ultra-120 eXtreme is an updated version of the extremely successful Ultra-120, while the IFX-14 has quickly became famous because of the monstrous size.
phoronix.com: A name that is synonymous with computer enthusiasts and overclockers when it comes to cooling manufacturers is Thermalright. While Thermalright has experimented with GPU and Chipset coolers in the past, their product efforts primarily focus upon AMD and Intel CPU cooling solutions.