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    omg just realied a TRUE is Thermal Right Ultra Extreme!!

    took me ages to work that out, was wondering what all u americans were on about TRUE this TRUE that!

    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by roofsniper View Post
    http://en.expreview.com/2008/10/29/t...html#more-1181 slightly better than the original true.
    Whoa, that was a fast review. I'll stick to my TRUE Black though. It still looks the coolest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan7171 View Post
    There have been pure copper heatsinks
    yea there have been full copper heatsinks but none nearly the size of the TRUE. they are all mostly heatsinks like the ones u showed not upright ones like most people use today.

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    TRUE Cu's box is all white, no more ugly brown cardboard boxes for this HSF

    And it is insanely heavy! I was expecting a lot, but this makes the TRUE and IFX-14 seem like nothing

    Beautiful heatsink though
    Last edited by Vapor; 10-31-2008 at 09:08 AM.

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    I hope you have regular TRUE to compare!!!
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    I do have a TRUE and an IFX-14

    Though I'm not sure I'll do a comparison

    I bought this for a benchrig HSF and because I like limited edition things

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    Quote Originally Posted by memolipd View Post
    omg just realied a TRUE is Thermal Right Ultra Extreme!!

    took me ages to work that out, was wondering what all u americans were on about TRUE this TRUE that!

    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor View Post
    Though I'm not sure I'll do a comparison

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    Quote Originally Posted by roofsniper View Post
    yea there have been full copper heatsinks but none nearly the size of the TRUE. they are all mostly heatsinks like the ones u showed not upright ones like most people use today.
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    Man, I must resist... I would like this in my air cooled rig.

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    could not leave the pic out of it in all it's glory



    Well, now that I possess the heaviest heatsink known to man I can die in peace

    I don't care what anybody says, this should NOT be put on motherboards that are in a vertical position. It would definitely do damage in the long run. I am starting doubt it even needs a bracket it is so heavy
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    Now you have an excuse for a benching table

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    FYI, I've started my testing for the my mini-review of IFX-14 vs. lapped TRUE vs. TRUECu. Will be awhile though....

    8 fan configs x 3 HSF x 3 mounts for each x 2-3 styles of mounts for each = 168 planned tests. Each test takes ~20min. Plus any do-overs or anything.

    Honestly considering adding an HDT-S1283 into the mix as well if it's going to take this long, I've always been curious about that little bugger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor View Post
    FYI, I've started my testing for the my mini-review of IFX-14 vs. lapped TRUE vs. TRUECu. Will be awhile though....

    8 fan configs x 3 HSF x 3 mounts for each x 2-3 styles of mounts for each = 168 planned tests. Each test takes ~20min. Plus any do-overs or anything.

    Honestly considering adding an HDT-S1283 into the mix as well if it's going to take this long, I've always been curious about that little bugger.
    alright first reliable review/comparison of the TRUEcu here at XS, and maybe even all websites depending how fast you finish it. although, by the time words spread of how good/bad this HSF is, the limited stock might be depleted

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    I'll put up prelim results/impressions soon enough I guess.

    I forgot that I'm testing it on 2 different CPUs as well...so, um, yeah....it's gonna be a lonnnng ass time

    300+ runs, ~20min each. 100+ hours of just data collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor View Post
    I'll put up prelim results/impressions soon enough I guess.

    I forgot that I'm testing it on 2 different CPUs as well...so, um, yeah....it's gonna be a lonnnng ass time

    300+ runs, ~20min each. 100+ hours of just data collection.

    mine as well commit suicide while your at it.... lol

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    omg that thing is so sexy! if I used air cooliong I may get it, but I'm a watery kinda guy.

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    I've done the first round of IFX-14 with stock mounting and have just begun TRUECu's first round with stock mounting....on my E6700.

    The difference between a single 1300RPM fan on the IFX-14 and dual 2700RPM fans was ~9C. The difference between a single 1300RPM fan and dual 1300RPM fans on the IFX-14 was ~2.75C.

    The difference between a single 1300RPM and dual 1300RPM fans on the TRUECu is ~9.25C. In fact, dual 1300RPM fans on a TRUECu beats dual 2700RPM fans on an IFX-14 by ~2.4C average load and ~1C peak load temp.

    This is insane....just wow. If that kind of scaling continues, temps with high-speed fans will be incredibly low--a truly wonderful bench HSF (since it is, IMO, too heavy to mount in a vertical system).
    Last edited by Vapor; 11-06-2008 at 09:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor View Post
    In fact, dual 1300RPM fans on a TRUECu beats dual 2700RPM fans on an IFX-14 by ~2.4C average load and ~1C peak load temp.
    Whoa...

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    will it ship with 1366 mountings in the future?

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    wow the TRUEcu was not looking good in single fan benchmarks. but if you push pull it seems like it will outperform all heatsinks and actually live up to its price. throw some san aces on that thing.

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    Those were just initial impressions/results....if I were an observer, I'd wait till I start putting up more data for further conclusions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor View Post
    Those were just initial impressions/results....if I were an observer, I'd wait till I start putting up more data for further conclusions
    yea but i thought that the TRUEcu was only for looks now it looks like it might actually have some use . can't wait for the results.

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    I installed mine today and it seems to be doing fine on on my 780i motherboard mounted vertical, I had my doubts about installing this monster but she is steady as a rock, I'll check in from time to time and will let you know if the thing rips my CPU socket off the board through the night lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarowah View Post
    I installed mine today and it seems to be doing fine on on my 780i motherboard mounted vertical, I had my doubts about installing this monster but she is steady as a rock, I'll check in from time to time and will let you know if the thing rips my CPU socket off the board through the night lol.
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