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Thermalright XP-90 Heatsink
For AMD64 Socket 754/939/940 or Intel Socket 478

Company: Thermalright
Product: XP-90 Aluminum Heatpipe Heatsink
Price: $37.99
Date Reviewed: December 16, 2004
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel
Supplied By: CrazyPC

 

Introduction:

Thermalright has been a leader in high performance heatsinks for AMD & Intel processors for quite some time now. Thermalright's constant innovation has led to bigger and better products to meet the demands of overclockers & PC enthusiasts. Today we are taking a look at the very popular XP-90 heatsink, which is a copper/aluminum design utilizing heatpipes and very large surface areas for maximum heat dissipation. The XP-90 is slightly smaller than the XP-120, and resolves some clearance issues on a few motherboards people were having with the XP-120.

A special thanks goes out to CrazyPC for supplying the XP-90 for review.

 

Specifications:

  • Multiple heatpipes for well spread heat around aluminum fins
  • Soldered fins to copper base (nickel plated) to make effective contact
  • Light weight and easy installation
  • Compatibility across multiple platforms (socket 478/754/939/940)
  • Enormous wingspan gives extra cooling to MOSFET or NB chipset

Dimension:

  • L116 x W96 x H75 (mm) Fin only, without fan
  • L116 x W96 x H96 (mm) Fin only, with 25mm thick fan

Weight:

  • 360g (heat sink only)

Recommended Fan:

  • Maker: Panaflo (Panasonic)
  • Model: FBL09A12M
  • Size: 92 x 92 x 25 (mm)
  • Bearing: Hydro Wave
  • Voltage: 12V
  • Speed: 2450 rpm
  • Air Flow: 48 CFM
  • Noise Level: 30.0 dBA
  • Weight: 110g (3.88 oz)

Socket Support:

  • AMD: Athlon64 FX 3200+ (socket 939/940) /Athlon64 3200+ (socket 754) and above
  • Intel: Pentium-4 socket 478 3.2 GHz and above

 





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