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Thermalright Silver Arrow

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Overall 10
9.7

Expert Review

Tweak Town
12 December 2012
  • Excerpt: Back in late April of this year I was given a very unique take on a dual tower cooler design from Thermalright. From what the charts at that time showed, it was only the third cooler I had tested in the new test configuration. That being said, at that time the Silver Arrow SB-E was only bested by the water cooling I had just tested previously to it. Even today the SB-E stands tied in ninth place in the overclocking results.
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Silent PC
22 February 2011
  • Summary: The Silver Arrow is another in a long line of successful heatsinks from Thermalright. Taking a slightly different approach than the Noctua NH-D14 by using narrower, more densely packed fins and thicker but fewer heatpipes, the end result is more or less comparable. Both the D14 and Silver Arrow provide only a slight improvement over single-fan heatsinks, at least with a Core i7 at stock settings.
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Overall 9
8.9

Expert Review

FrostyTech
27 December 2010
  • Summary: 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.
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Thermalright Silver Arrow Heatsink and Fan Unit Review

[H] Enthusiast
3 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Thermalright's new processor air cooler is surely a no-compromise unit that will not be for everyone, much less every enthusiast. It is bigger than Texas, or Alaska for that matter. The Silver Arrow is destined to be displayed in many a chassis' clear side panel.
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Thermalright Silver Arrow Heatsink and Fan Unit Review

HardOCP
3 November 2010
  • Summary: Thermalright's new processor air cooler is surely a no-compromise unit that will not be for everyone, much less every enthusiast. It is bigger than Texas, or Alaska for that matter. The Silver Arrow is destined to be displayed in many a chassis' clear side panel. Does it have what it takes when it comes to performance?
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Overall 9
9.0
Value for money 8
8.2
Performance 10
9.8
Construction 10
9.5
Functionality 9
8.5
Appearance 9
9.0

Thermalright Silver Arrow CPU Cooler

Benchmark Reviews
25 October 2010
  • Conclusion: Please remember that these test results reflect our experience with each cooler on a specific motherboard, with a specific processor, BIOS revision, BCLK and voltage settings, and test programs. The results of this test cannot be directly compared to other tests since many factors will have changed.
  • Pros: Amazing cooling performance, Excellent construction quality, Robust mounting system, Quiet, PWM-controlled fans
  • Cons: Can be a little clumsy to mount to a motherboard inside a case, Enormous size means potential fitment problems with some cases and motherboards, Expensive, enthusiast-level product, No Y-cable for fans
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Thermalright Silver Arrow

Legion Hardware
11 September 2010
  • Summary: Although the Thermalright Silver Arrow has been on our radar for about 3 months now, availability for this product is still scarce. Based on the little information I can find it appears that the Silver Arrow is going to retail for up around $80 US. Thermalright’s sister brand “CoGage” has a version of this cooler which is simply called the Arrow and at present this product retails for around $70 US yet only comes with a single 120mm fan.
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Overall 7
6.7

Thermalright Silver Arrow goes *twang*

PC Authority
19 October 2011
  • Summary: Quiet, though a messy install procedure and compatibility limit this heatsink.
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Thermalright Silver Arrow vs Noctua NH-D14

Overclock3D
9 December 2010
  • Excerpt: Thermalright pretty much rewrote the blue-print on what a CPU Cooler should be when they released the TRUE 120. This was a monster tower cooler that quickly became the cooler of choice for the Intel socket 775 processors.
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Overall 8
8.3

Test Thermalright Silver Arrow : le concurrent du NH-D14

Clubic
20 February 2014
  • Conclusion: Vous aimerez aussi Article du Mercredi 6 Octobre 2010 par Frédéric Cuvelier
  • Pros: Gros dissipateur, performant, Montage très robuste, Contact amélioré avec le CPU
  • Cons: Un peu bruyant, Encombrant, Pas de Y pour le PWM
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