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Default WTB decent 3rd party Scyhte, Thermalright, 775 heatsink

Disregard my previous thread. I got the naming wrong. I'm looking for good 3rd party, eg Thermalright ultra 120 Extreme, ultima 90, or Scythe ninja, infinity, Tuniq 120 CPU LGA 775 heatsink. Used or New is fine. Just have to be in good condition.

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Old May 10, 2008, 12:42 PM
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BUMP. Thermalright heatsink is preferred.
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Thermalright heatsink only please.
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I've got a spare Thermalright Ultra-120 + Scythe S-FLEX SFF21F 120MM fan, let me figure out a reasonable price.
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Is it Thermalright 120 ultra extreme?
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No, the 'regular' Ultra-120.

You added that Extreme part after I posted right?
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Yeah, that's what I'm looking for.
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Yeah, that's what I'm looking for.
If you were willing to go for an Ultima-90 or a Ninja/Infinity, the regular Ultra-120 will match them.. and it might be cheaper. The Ultra-120 is still a great HS/F. Unless you decided now, that you wanted "the best". Anyways.. GL on your search.
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BUMP for Thermalright 120 Ultra and Extreme.
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