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[FS][US] Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by 97sslude, Jul 5, 2009.

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    97sslude New Member

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    So I never got around to selling my Thermalright ultra 120 extreme when I went to WC and recently found it in my closet the other day. Comes with all the original accessories except for the manual. SOLD

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    odameyer says thanks.
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    Come on someone has to want this.
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    don't you worry;)
    someone here wants it I know...
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    I know someone who wants this, YGPM. :)
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    Bump price lowered.
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    Very tempting this is! Does it have the AM2 brackets? If it dont, thats cool, I prolly could use it on a 775 build or somethin. If ya still have it in 2 weeks or so, I'll def. get it. Strapped for cash until payday.
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    It actually does not come with the AM2 brackets sorry.
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    Um im sitting here looking at the AM2 bracket right now in those pics. The short screws with the spring and the 4 screw solid bracket is for AM2.
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    I thought there was supposed to be another piece for the back of the motherboard like the L775. It's been a while since I looked at it. I just checked and yeah you're right that's all it comes with for the AM2.
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    I actually use it on the AM2, I don't know if it's been revised but my TRUE's AM2 bracket cannot physically fit in between the pipes (I believe the one that came w/ mine was designed for the non ultra version they had back in the day w/ less pipes so the open area in between was bigger) I ended up just using the X-clip that's for the LGA775, and then just adjusting the angle it to mount into AM2 socket.
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    Its a bitch to get it in there but when you figure it out its easy. You have to toy with it for ages before it finally goes in the hole. So yea its probably the right one.
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    Price lowered one last time before it goes on ebay. $40 shipped.
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    $40:eek:

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