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3oh6 November 4, 2007 08:10 PM

Comment thread for Thermalright HR-03 Rev.A Review
 
Questions? Comments? Concerns? You are just bored and want to talk, share your feelings...this is the place.

Hopefully it will stay related to the Thermalright HR-03 Rev.A though :biggrin:

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...html#post25124

Amon November 5, 2007 05:08 PM

I wonder if it fits my 8600M GT. Wouldn't mind walking around with that on...

Cptn Vortex November 5, 2007 05:27 PM

Do we know if this will fit a 8800GT? If so, could be a good seller!

Writer November 5, 2007 11:05 PM

I've confirmed with Thermalright that the Rev. A fits the 8800GT, however the Rev. A doesn't include heatsinks for the mosfets on that cooler.

They have a HR-03GT coming soon, it's essentially an HR-03 Plus (6 heat pipes instead of 4) with a different bracket to fit the 8800GT, and a few more heatsinks for the mosfets.

Thermalright VGA Backside Cooler HR-11

I've sent an email to TR asking about the dimensions on that page; it looks to me like they got them mixed up with another heatsink. The late-night support address has replied already:

Quote:

Hi,

Those are the only dimensions I have.

Thermalright Support,

Bob
...but I don't think I'll have a real answer until tomorrow. :)

Edit: Yep, the dimensions were wrong. Someone else at TR informed me that they've updated the web site.

SKYMTL November 6, 2007 07:19 AM

I'll be testing with my 8800GT soon. We were planning on including 8800GT testing with this review but due to time constraints we were not able to include it. As for MOSFET coolers, from what I see, if you install the optional fan it will be blowing directly onto the MOSFETs anyways...which should cool them down quite well. There is also the option of buying some cheap heatsinks and installing them on the MOSFETs.

Eldonko November 6, 2007 11:09 AM

That is one crazy lookin HS!


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