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Thermalright Introduces the True Sprit 120M CPU Cooler

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In 2012, with the introduction of low wattage CPUs also the change in the mainstream preferences towards smaller and minimalistic PC cases, we at Thermalright have also adjusted our lineup. Traditional 160 mm tower coolers may now have compatibility issues with mainstream cases. This is why we've designed the world's smallest 120 mm fan based cooler, the True Spirit 120M!

Built on the basis of Thermalright's successful True Spirit 120, the True Spirit 120M is Thermalright advancement towards Silence, Performance and Compatibility. Made specifically for Micro ATX users, the total height is only 145 mm, about 16% lower than the 160 mm Tower standards that Thermalright has set years ago. Along with a full sized 120 mm fan, the True Spirit 120M is the best companion for your slim case.

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I dont know, dont we already have True Spirit 90 for mATX with its 125mm height ? Which, i might add, still doesnt have any reviews or testing in english.
 
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No hole in the center... looks like they're ditching the venomous-x style mounting setup with these cheaper True Spirit/Cogage heatsinks.
 
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Totally worth it for ~$30 USD,…..IMO,….. ;)
 
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Totally worth it for ~$30 USD,…..IMO,….. ;)
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I'd love to get my hands on one of those. Throw in a 2nd fan and your mATX/mITX will party.