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Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E CPU Cooler Goes on Sale

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Exposed earlier this month, Thermalright's Silver Arrow SB-E high-end CPU cooler has now become available in Europe, priced at 64.99 Euro (cheaper than it was suggested by the pre-order prices).

    The Silver Arrow SB-E measures 130 x 170 x 170 mm, it weights 1124 grams, and features eight nickel-plated 6 mm copper heatpipes, two Double Ball Bearing fans - one 140 mm TY141 (900 - 1300 RPM) and one 150 mm TY150 (500 - 1100 RPM), and a universal mounting system providing support for Intel LGA 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 775 and AMD AM2(+) / AM3(+) / FM1 processors.

    Thermalright's cooler can be found on sale here.

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    Can I add another 140mm just for fun? xD That thing is effing huge
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    Is it just me, or is their mounting system finally all one piece of kit?

    I.E Pressure mounting on AMD?

    awwwww baby!
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    wow, are you kidding?
    this is what i call full version
    btw. they put those retention kits in one package or we have to buy separated
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    lol i think if you did that it would obstruct the rear case fan. =.= But who needs a rear fan when you have 3 14cm fans on your CPU heatsink :rockout:
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    just put the rear fan outside your case :D
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    :laugh: yeah, start from this time you need to cut your case if you wanna use them :shadedshu
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    The mounting kit is all in one, no need for separate purchases. And it also comes with one additional set of fanclips for another TY-141 140mm fan at the rear.

    The unit itself actually stays inside the keepout zone on LGA2011 and 1366. So the fans actually only extend an extra 25mm out of the keep out zone.
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    Thanks :) So you can have 2x 140mm and 1x 150mm for a total of 3x 140mm or bigger fans! WOW lol, I might just buy this :D
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    amazering~!

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