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Thermalright SLK-800
4.5 out of 10

Thermalright SLK-800

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Overall 9

Thermalright SLK-800

29 July 2012
  • Summary: As always I have a few minor gripes. For starters there should be some sort of a manual especially here with this heatsink since there is a possibility you might crack the core if you don't use the felt pads on the bottom of the heatsink.
  • Pros: Performance is best I have tested, Three prong clip holds HSF firmly in place, Design allows use of 60, 70, and 80mm fans, Very polished base
  • Cons: No printed instructions, Clip somewhat difficult to operate, Expensive
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Overall 8

Thermalright SLK-800 Heatsink Video Review

27 November 2005

Expert Review

Dan's Data
10 December 2003
  • Conclusion: The Volcano 12's bigger and uglier than the Thermalright options, though. And, more practically, its elephantine bulk is retained by a plain old three-hole hook clip. If you're moving your computer around regularly, you'll be safer with an 800U or 900U than with a Volcano 12.
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Thermalright SLK-800

Computing on Demand
11 January 2003
  • Excerpt: Along about the middle of last year Thermalright introduced the SLK-800 heatsink for socket 370/462 motherboards. The result was a resounding success. The SLK-800 found itself perched atop the food chain for aftermarket cooling on those steaming Athlons.
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Overall 9

Thermalright SLK800 Copper Heatsink Review

26 November 2002
  • Summary: Okay, an all silver heatsink would be better, but since such a thing doesn't exist in the mainstream cooling world, we'll just have to settle for the Thermalright SLK-800 and plug our ears.
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Thermalright SLK-800

29 October 2002
  • Excerpt: Thermalright entered the Athlon cooling scene with a bang. Their SK-6 was one of the best, if not THE best 60mm cooler for the Athlon available, thoroughly trouncing the aluminum contenders of the day such as Globalwin�s FOP-38. Flash forward to......
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Overall 9

Expert Review

14 October 2002
  • Summary: Without a doubt this is the Ferrari of the heat sink world. It has it all, copper, shiny finish, choose your own fan, superb clip, easy release fan system. The only thing that might put people off is the price at $45-$50 USD it is not cheap. You get what you pay for right?
  • Pros: Awesome cooling, looks great, Fits all size fans, Pure copper baby
  • Cons: Pricy, Heavy
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Thermalright SLK-800 Review

21 June 2002
  • Summary: Thermalright pulls out all the stops with its introduction of a new high performance HSF that takes aim at the current kings of CPU cooling.
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Overall 10

Thermalright's SLK-800

20 April 2007
  • Excerpt: Are you looking for excellent cooling for your cpu, but aren't ready to go with a water cooled system? Well Thermalright has got the answer with their SLK-800.
  • Pros: Extreme cooling, All Copper, Can use different size fans, Good retention clip
  • Cons: heavy
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Thermalright SLK 800

10 August 2009
  • Excerpt: Es ist uns ein Vergnügen euch den nächsten Kühlertest für AMD Prozessoren zu präsentieren, und zwar den Thermalright SLK 800 Heatsink . Es handelt sich hier nicht um einen neuen Mercedes, nein, der Name ist uns schon ein Begriff, und in guter Erinnerung geblieben.
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