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    News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    Using a Noctua CPU cooler? You might be entitled to a free SecuFirm2 mounting kit that'll support Core i7's socket LGA1366.
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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    nice of them

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    Hopefully thermalright offer something like this too
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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    Not likely Thermalright will probably be charging for the i7 kit for years to come, you will be luckly if they even update their current coolers with them

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    Great news for Noctua owners, I'm not expecting Thermalright to give i7 mounting brackets for free but at least announce that one is in the works.

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    awwww, how sweet

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    Quote Originally Posted by format View Post
    Hopefully thermalright offer something like this too
    I was going to say the exact same thing...

    I dont mind paying £5 give or take a quid or 2 for an ultima 90 adapter kit.

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_page/news.html

    Heres the thermalright adaptor if anyone is interested. Its available at scan for £5.84

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    Since the release of Thermalright’s Ultra-120 eXtreme CPU heatsink, many computer enthusiasts got to experience the thrill of overclocking to the max. It did not matter if it was a DUO core or a QUAD core; Thermalright has always provided users with extraordinary performance within the realm of virtual silence.
    At Computex 2008, Intel announced their newest central processor unit, the Nehalem. Advanced technologies and efficiency are what we all expected from the Intel’s new chip, so is the heat that dissipates out of it. For this reason, Thermalright has geared up all of its heatsinks series from desktop types to 4U/3U, to HTPC to support Socket 1366 based motherboards. So whether your Quad core CPU is for socket 1366, now you can go all out to the extreme because Thermalright has got your back!

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    Thermalright all Ultra series / HR-01 Plus / HR-01 4U / HR-01 3U / Ultima 90

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    Question Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    I have OCZ Vendetta2 CPU Cooler which is superb. When is OCZ Technology going to offer the brackets to enable me to use it on my new Asus P6T WS Pro mobo?
    At the moment they are charging for it - no way am I paying £14.99 for two bits of metal.
    Why not copy Noctua's idea - if I send OCZ proof of purchase why not let me have them for free?

    Thoughts anyone?
    I don't mond paying a few quid for postage.
    Last edited by alanw5; 24-01-2009 at 04:45 PM. Reason: spelling error

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    There's a serious lack of choice when it comes to I7 coolers...can't believe more of the brands have not prepared for there arrival to the mainstream more.

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    Re: News - Noctua offers free Core i7 mounting kit to existing customers

    there is a lack of dedicated ones but if you buy thermaltake noctua or i think xigmatek you can get bolt thru kits

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