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Thermalright SLK-800 Heatsink Review for August 28, 2002

Thermalright SLK-800 Heatsink Review news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for August 28, 2002
| Posted: Aug 28, 2002 1:50 pm

Club Overclocker see if they can cool things down with Thermalright's SLK-800 heatsink using both YS Tech's TMD PD1270155B-2F (70x15mm/5600RPM/36CFM/38dBA) and the Vantec Tornado TD8038H (80x38mm/5700RPM/84.1CFM/55.2dBA) fans.

The Thermalright SLK-800 heatsink has earned attention and admiration in nearly every lab its entered. One of the primary sources of rave is the heatsinks ability to accept fans of three different sizes without a big hassle concerning mounting hardware. Designed for the 462/A, this heatsink was built with the high-end AMD processors in mind, AMD Athlon XP Desktop CPU 2000+ and higher. All aspects of construction place this heatsink in the performance and enthusiast category, having the affect of raising the price slightly over other conventional air-cooled heatsinks.
More information at Club Overclocker


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