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Very Quick Question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ChriX, 8 Oct 2001.

  1. ChriX

    ChriX ^

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    Where can I get/have a look at the ThermalRight SK6 in this ere country. ( UK BTW ;))

    -c :cool:
     
  2. Guest-16

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    Tek and OCS do the sk6. Frankly id recomend something else having had one, but its your money :)
     
  3. ChriX

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    What would u recommend then o mr. Heatsink guru ;)

    -c :cool:
     
  4. Kevo

    Kevo 426F6C6C6F636B7300

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    Ive got a SK6 they rock!

    The only real problem with them tho is that it might be dirty so a alcohol bath to clean it would be in order ;)
     
  5. ChriX

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    Erm... what do you mean by it being dirty?

    -c
     
  6. blueIce

    blueIce The ICE man

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    BEING PLASTERED IN TOTAL SH*T?
     
  7. Guest-16

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    The copper retains grease and dirt VERY easily - especially off fingers. Sk6 is a very hit n miss heatsink. Its like Marmite - u either love it or hate it.
    For the money (all £40) you could do a lot better - Silver mountain (dunno about that, sounds good though) Taisol 760 seems to suit everybody, MC462 retail with sayno denki u CANT go wrong with, but its an biatch to get in/out and has compatability issues with some mobos.
     
  8. Phil

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    Get an Alpha PAL8045 - it's an 80mm Heatsink - swiftech beater.

    OCS sell them now and tek may do soon. Either put a slow fan on for slient cooling that works, or a delta ffb 80mm for ultra cooling that is the single best aircooling solution at time of posting.
     
  9. ChriX

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    Damn, im really annoyed about that cos I was looking forward to trying one of those, looks like its the SK6 for me....

    -c
     
  10. Kevo

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    It shall soon be mine!!!! Muahahahahahahahah.....
     
  11. Lordflash

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    Where can i get the Core from i feel a UV mod happening on that bad boy heatsink :)
     
  12. Phil

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    The Core is available from Tekheads but stock is variable.

    Personally I wouldn't reccomend it, it's a stunner in the looks department, but for £50 you could do a lot better cooling wise.
     
  13. Lordflash

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    I wont have to cope with much heat as it will possibly be sitting in my 2nd machine. However see what you mean about £50. At that price i could just get a thermo engin and some nice artic silver and have change for some neon string.
     

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