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Thermalright 140mm True Spirit Fan with 6x Copper Heat Pipes for Socket 1366/1155/775 and AM2/AM3

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  • Large heatsink fin array, provides dissipating area of up to 150*125mm, make complete use of the airflow, with 140mm or 120mm fan.
  • With the max width of 55mm, tall memory spreaders are avoided.
  • Support Multiple-Platforms. Can be used on Socket 1366/1155/775 Platform, and AM2/AM3 Socket.
  • Includes one Thermalright TY-140 PWM fan, Ultra low noise at 21 dBA at max rpm (50cm testing distance)
  • Fan-clips are compatible with both 140mm and 120mm fan.
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Technical Details
BrandThermalRight
Item Weight771 g
Product Dimensions5.3 x 17 x 15.5 cm
Item model numberTrue Spirit 140
  
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ASINB00629G1PG
Best Sellers Rank 295,379 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available15 Nov. 2011
  
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Product Description

ULTRA style heatsink fin array, with copper base, elevates heatsink’s overall quality.

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Cooler
Fan
accessories box
user guide


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I'm a big Thermalright fan. They make some good stuff, usually straight to the point and effective, no gimmick, with great build quality and good fans. A bit like Noctua, but cheaper, with a wider market in mind. Their True Spirit-inspired line has been very successful over the years. True Spirit, True Black, Archon, Ultra-120... Or their new designs, like the HR-02 active / passive cooler, and the SilverArrow.

The TS140 performs great for me. Under OCCT Linpack, I get well under 70C for a 2700K @ 4.6GHz @ 1.3V. That's a delta of about 35-37C (average core temp 65C, case temp 29C), for a decent overclock and vcore (which may give you a difference max core clock depending on your chip). Intel burn test gave me an extra 5C, so still within specs. All that with a very respectable amount of noise. The TY-140 fan does a great job at dissipating that heat, and quietly (max fan speed 1300 rpm). It's virtually silent in quiet mode (800 rpm), and has a typical 140 mm low pitch rumble noise at full RPM that isn't actually very loud.

First point, It is a tall cooler. In general, taller than most. From specs, it is taller than a SilverArrow, which can already cause fitting problems in some cases, so make sure you have the room for it.

Second point, RAM clearance. Not too much of a problem with my setup. The fan actually clears the first RAM slot as the heatsink is very slim, however I can foresee some problems if your RAM is closer to the CPU. Even the HyperX which is low-profile would seem to struggle. The fan clips also add extra constraints on RAM clearance.

Third point, the fan mounting is a PAIN. In fact, only three of the four fan clip points are fully secure, the last one just wouldn't go in.
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It works really great. It was a bit hard to assemble, but I think that can be said of any custom cooling option. I fortunately had the help of a hardware technician friend of mine, so it all went okay. With this cooler I was able to OC my i7 920 to 4.0GHz with very good temps. At first I was a bit scared it wouldn't fit in my case (HAF 932) but it did and it works beautifully. Noise is minimal.

Worthwhile purchase.
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Keeps my CPU pretty cool, and works fine. Be aware that you need a large case to fit this in. It is rather huge.
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As described - thank-you.
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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars 20 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great performance for a good price 19 Mar. 2012
By That Guy from Seattle - Published on Amazon.com
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Keeps things nice and cool for a great price but there are a few things to note:

Installation: The installation of the sink itself (on an Asus P8Z68 in this case) was very straightforward and simple. Once the back plate and top bracket are setup removing the sink is easy if needed, just two screws. That said installing the fan retention clips is a huge pain, a lot of force is required to position the fan and hold it in place while you try to snap the brackets in. Unfortunately the fan likes to slide around on the provided anti-vibration rubber pads, this combined with the high tension of the wire clips made installation difficult. Also be sure to put a cloth or some other buffer between your hands and the sink fins when installing the fan - The fins can cut your fingers up. Once secured double check to make sure the wire clips didn't warp any of the fins through the mounting holes. Correcting this is easy with a little tapping or pushing, but just be sure to check for it after fan installation for maximum airflow.

Installing the fan prior to sink installation will make securing the sink bracket difficult if not impossible depending on your motherboard layout and which side you place the fan on. At the very least you'll need a small ratchet with the appropriate socket size. For most people installing the fan after mounting the sink will be the only option. Another big consideration is your RAM, again depending on motherboard - For the Asus P8Z68 family with high physical profile RAM DIMMs (such as Corsair Vengeance series) you'll either need to substitute a smaller fan in place of the one provided or mount the fan facing the rear of the case. While the fan itself will clear the DIMMs (barely) the retention clips themselves will make contact and apply pressure.

Despite the unwieldy nature of the fan and its retention mechanism this heatsink is a great value. Quality construction and the kit comes with everything needed for current Intel and AMD platforms.
5.0 out of 5 stars Best air cooler I've ever used 15 Dec. 2013
By YerMom - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this to replace one of corsair's closed loop systems. I run a i7-2700k overclocked to 4.53 Ghz. At full load (100% duty cycle on all cores) and normal ambient temperatures I get CPU temps around 125-130F while making hardly any noise and that was with a single fan mounted on the heat sink. That was a 35F improvement over

One thing you need to consider when purchasing this is it's size. it's huge, and won't likely fit in a great many cases. Mine is in a workstation type set up where noise and space aren't a concern but performance is.

That being said, I'm happy to recommend this or the Thermalright 120 to anyone. I'm not likely to consider anything but a Thermalright for CPU cooling in the future. liquid cooling has it advantages just not over this item.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cool and Quiet 4 Dec. 2012
By Albedo - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the best fan based Heat sink you'll ever own. It really keeps you CPU cool with minimal noise. I have a Intel 2600k overclocked to 4.5GHz and I'm really satisfied, with two fans, I'm sure I can push the OC further. On the down side, this fan is really tall, make sure you have a Large or a Full size PC case before purchasing this, not all Mid sized cases are going to work, ram or case doors might be in the way. Please note that this is a Heat sink for the hardcore PC users with fundamental overclocking knowledge. If you want to overclock your CPU and save some money, buy this product.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best sub 80 dollar cooler 27 Mar. 2012
By M - Published on Amazon.com
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Seriously, This thing is a steal at the 50 bucks I paid with shipping. Mounting system is basic, make sure you have a long Phillips screwdriver to attach the heat sink to the front, and enough clearance for the side panel.

Doesn't block any ram slots on an X58 configuration board. i7 950 stock @ 50C highest core under prime 95 (ambient 24C). As i've ramped the CPU clock up to 3.8, the temps only moved about 15C under load.

This unit also has a very quiet PWM fan, but I just run it at full speed all the time as I can't hear it anyways.

This is totally worth your money for any LGA1366/1155 solution.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Cooler 19 Nov. 2012
By Christopher John Baker - Published on Amazon.com
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This cooler has wonderful reviews but nary an online retailer stocks it. Of course a quick search of Amazon and here it is :). The cooler works great on my overclocked i7. On par with the performance my aging W/C rig and way less of a hassle. Installation of the heat-sink itself was simple on my MSI Z68A-GD65 but the fan was incredibly hard to put on. The wire clips just aren't long enough and you have to wrestle them on. The HS fins are sharp, so be careful getting that stupid thing attached!
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