We all know the saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. When the SI-120 was released back in August of 2005, it received nothing but rave reviews from critics, and has been used as “The One” to beat in a lot of heatsink comparisons. Not only that, but SI-120 has become a favorite among hardcore Overclockers and computer integrators from around the World. “A popular heatsink used by Overclockers - the Thermalright SI-120”, quote taken from one of the most respected hardware review sites. You think that’s the end of the story? No way~! Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the new SI-128!! We’ve widened it, heightened it, beefed up the heatpipes, and put lots more fins in it!! The end result? It’s bigger, it’s “badder”, and it’s got more cooling power than you can shake a stick at. So let’s get down to the gritty details: Four 8mm wide heatpipes, 78 aluminum fins (compared to 52 from SI-120), standing at 145mm long, 125mm wide, and 91.5mm tall, weighing in at 510g. Every SI-128 comes with adapters for platform LGA775 and K8. (Retention module for socket AM2 can be acquired separately) Thermalright’s SI-128, the Goliath version of the SI-120! Need we say more?