Bruceleeon Posted January 14, 2003 Report Share Posted January 14, 2003 Date: Saturday, January 11, 2003 Author: Jsgoflman Provided By: Sidewinder Computers Page: 1 of 2 Along about the middle of last year Thermalright introduced the SLK-800 heatsink for socket 370/462 motherboards. The result was a resounding success. The SLK-800 found itself perched atop the food chain for aftermarket cooling on those steaming Athlons. Praises were heaped upon it like roses on Miss America. So, it's been well over six months since it was introduced, why subject us to another review? Well, for two reasons actually. One, some folks have just discovered Motherboard Monitor and realized they could fry two eggs and a slab of bacon on their CPU. Two, just like when shopping for a vehicle, you need to read the reports of how well they hold up after initial manufacture. Besides, with the passage of time, the price of this unit has come down to a very affordable level for the novice. Read More... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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