Reviews and Problems with Thermalright Silver Arrow
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12 December 2012
Summary: I have always liked the designs of dual tower coolers ever since I first laid eyes on the D-14. Ever since then there has been a massive surge to outdo that exact cooler. A lot of manufacturers brought solutions to the table, and while they may look better, most were equal to it in performance.
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.
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.
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