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    Where can I get a- Thermalright HR-05 SLI?

    Anyone know where? As far as I know no UK shops stock it.

    I want to pay around £10-14 for one.

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    Well a quick google came up with here, it is a US site but they ship worldwide, will probably cost more than you are willing to spend though. Looks like it's not a huge hit in the UK market. OcUK has the HR-05 but not the SLi version. Vadim also have the HR-05 but no SLi...it really does look like the UK market has never had it brought in.
    Sorry.

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    www.jab-tech.com

    also check this thread out (just for info) - http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.p...light=jab-tech

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    Jab-Tech totals to around £18, a bit over budget.

    Sidewinder computers has no option for UK shipping. Are you sure mate?

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    sidewinder shipping is very very expensive, esp compared to jabtech - took me 1 week for it to arrive, and at £18 its not that much over your budget and the important thing is you can use it again as it is like most thermalright heatsinks - very efficient and difficult to saturate!

    get it from jabtech, they have wonderful service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noni
    Jab-Tech totals to around £18, a bit over budget.

    Sidewinder computers has no option for UK shipping. Are you sure mate?

    Well it says on their logo 'shipping around the globe' so that's false advertising if they dont!

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    Hi there,

    Actually it seems as though the normal HR-05 MIGHT be ok on my Asus A8N SLI Deluxe. So can anyone find one for less that £14 inc delivery (thats jab-techs price).

    Thanks.

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    Just checking to see if anyone's aware of anywhere in the U.K. that actualy stocks these yet as I'm realy in need of one and very loath to order from the USA.
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    Nowhere I know of in the UK yet. US sites never seem to take my card. Vadim say their going to be getting the SLi version soon, but no idea when.

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    i got mine from vadim, i have to say that i did a test with (and i know im always going on about these) a zalman passive and the hr-05 on a p5b deluxe in a g70 case, good airflow and there was only 2-3c difference when the both were passive. the only time that the thermalright took a decent lead was when i stuck a 70mm fan on there, however, even with the 70mm at 7v, there was still noticable fin noise, whereas with the passive zalman with a faint draft from a looney, there was no noise and similar temps. that made sense in my world.

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    I'm guessing you have http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=413050

    I tried the chunky square one, wasn't having any of it on my SLi-D.

    EDIT: http://www.thecoolingshop.com/ have the HR-05 SLi labelled as more due.
    Last edited by chuckskull; 22-09-2006 at 05:04 PM.

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    this one mate

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=321728

    you just snap off the pins with a pair of thin nosed pliers, the first one i did on your sli-d had a pair of 7800gtx flanking it, worked perfectly
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    I had one of those. The pins on mine wouldn't come off for love or money. Even blunted a hacksaw after half of one side was done.

    Must of a been a slightly different one.

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    you need some spinach mate

    seriously though, needle nose pliers, get a grip and waggle it, itll just come out..its really soft aluminium, just do 1 fin at a time, ive done loads of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    you need some spinach mate
    I'm 270lbs and not 'soft'. I'll pick up another one in town and try again.

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    its the needle nose pliers that make it easy, or some of those that are flat like tweezers are just the job
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    stupid betond belief.
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