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  1. #31
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    I would definately like to pick one of these up! But if it costs more than the XP120 then forget it! My original plan was to buy the XP120 with a 120mm fan but since I can get some nice copper cooling and use an existing 92mm fan I'll hopefully be pleased with the results. I just really hope this thing isn't going to cost more than the XP120 and comes to Canada quickfast!!

    Peace!

  2. #32
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    Only thing I don't like about it is that it clips onto the mobo instead of using screws to hold it in place. Will come with a backplate or do you know?
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  3. #33
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    I found this:
    Due to the additional weight of the XP-90-C the P4 version includes a metal frame and back plate that must be used to insure proper weight distribution so the motherboard will not get warped due to excessive weight.

    Specifications:
    The XP-90-C weighs in at 690g without a fan installed, with a fan, the XP-90C weighs approximately 810g.
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  4. #34
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    How much is it going to cost me?

    EDIT: When is it going to be released?
    Last edited by shah120; 03-22-2005 at 11:07 PM. Reason: Another question


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  5. #35
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    i guess a XP120C is outa the question huh?....

  6. #36
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    Cool Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    The package includes the P4 back plate and retention module (all metal, by the way). This back plate and retention module are not compatible with K8's but are intended for P4's.

    I've mounted the XP-90C on an Asus SLI motherboard that has a metal back plate and on the new Abit K8 Fatal1ty ultra motherboard that has a plastic back plate and have experienced no problems with either. I think to be on the safe side I'll order a metal back plate from Thermalright for the Abit motherboard, even though it has not been necessary to this point in time.

  7. #37
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    Quote Originally Posted by tommcd64
    Only thing I don't like about it is that it clips onto the mobo instead of using screws to hold it in place. Will come with a backplate or do you know?
    I don't like the clip design either. In fact I sold my XP90 and will get another 948U with lesser performance but much easier to attach. (or remove) Keep in mind every motheboard has a different layout but I find Asus A8N-SLI difficult to work with, with XP90...

  8. #38
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    Cool Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    I didn't find the XP-90 and the Asus SLI mobo difficult to work with as long as the mobo is out of the case!!

  9. #39
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    I have an XP-120 and Yeah I wish It was made of Copper too, Cause If TR can do this then an XP-120C should be possible too, Somehow at least. I hope TR is listening in. So far the most cfm for a 120mm fan is 220cfm(Delta), A 92mm is about 126cfm(Delta) or so, If there is one faster then that I'd like to know.

  10. #40
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    The only vendor that I know of that has one available now is the heatsink factory. It cost the same as the xp-120 at 47.99
    http://heatsinkfactory.com/cgi-bin/H...talogno=HS-005
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  11. #41
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    Cool Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    All the resellers will have them by the first of next week. The only reason they have them is that they are located very close to TR's USA office.

  12. #42
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

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  13. #43
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    And Here but ive never ordered from here before.


    http://www.3dcool.com/Details.asp?cid=24&id=1406

  14. #44
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    I currently have an xp-120. It is okay but if there isn't that much difference I am going to pass on the xp-90c. This hs comes out in May and I would like to see the reviews of how it stacks up to the xp-90c.
    http://www.asetek.com/default.asp?sh...n=2&menuID=497
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  15. #45
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    Re: Thermalright XP-90C

    That's a very potent heatsink, I might get one someday that and the fastest 92mm fan(126.48cfm) fan I can get. But I'd rather get an XP120C If I could.


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