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5.4* out of 10

Thermalright XP-90

Multiple heatpipes for well spread heat around aluminum fins. * Read more

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Thermalright XP-90 Heatsink

1 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Ever since the introduction of the SLK heatsink series, the Thermalright name has been associated with high performance coolers. Their boldest endeavor has to be the gigantic XP-120, a hefty cooler which gave way to a slew of knock-offs. However, great as it was in sheer cooling ability, compatibility issues plagued it from the start. Thermalright then released a much more reasonable heatsink, the XP-90.
  • Pros: Very well packaged, Complete kit, Lightweight!, Accomodates larger fans (up to 92mm), Great fan retention mechanism, Compatible with all new platforms (LGA 775 requires special adapter kit), Can potentially cool nearby RAM or capacitors/MOSFETs, Great performance
  • Cons: Moderately forced installation
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Thermalright XP-90 Heatsink

Extreme Overclocking
16 December 2004
  • Conclusion: With processors generating more heat than ever before, adequate cooling is a necessity, and Thermalright's XP-90 is a reasonably priced heatsink that gets the job done. The heatpipes help distribute the heat generated from the processor across the entire surface area of the heat sink, maximizing heat dissipation as the cool air blows over the oversized fins.
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