We are extremely impressed with the performance of this heatsink, and surprised at its universality. Another great feature is its ability to support many different fan sizes, making it even more versatile. Thermalright has done a great deal of homework on the re-design of the SLK-900U, the original version of the SLK-947U heatsink. The only major difference is cross-processor mounting.
It's great to see a heatsink perform this well, but shouldn't be much of a surprise, really. Thermalright is known for its manufacturing technique, and the resulting performance heatsinks.
But there is one thing I haven't figured out yet, and that is the absence of instructions. This heatsink is more difficult to understand, with its universal mounting bracket. There are two different ways to mount the heatsink for Pentium 4 processors. The back motherboard bracket can leave one clueless about how it is used. It is something that's completely new to the market, and such devices should be provided with proper instructions. Incorrect mounting can result in shorting out on the back side of the motherboard. Thermalright competes superbly in the market of the world's best heatsinks, but consumers need instructions to make proper use of highly engineered products like this.
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