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Thermalright XP-120

The Thermalright XP-120 is actually the predecessor of the SI-120. If you want to know more about the Thermalright SI-120, you can take a look at our review.

The XP-120 was released a long time ago, but we only received a sample when Thermalright sent it along with their new Thermalright HR-01 for comparison.


The Packaging

The packaging follows Thermalright's usual minimalistic approach - a brown cardboard box with Thermalright's logo printed on it. The red stickers on the side of the box affirms that the XP-120 supports both AMD and Intel processors.

It's not particularly attractive, but it is practical. The box and the styrofoam packaging within does a really good job of protecting the contents during delivery.

When you open the box, you will find the XP-120 heatsink protected by styrofoam on the sides, with a piece of paper (the user manual!) and a Thermalright sticker sitting on top.

Sitting under the XP-120 is another layer of styrofoam which houses the bracket for Socket 754/939/940 processors and other accessories.



These are the parts that you should expect to find in the XP-120 box :

  • One Thermalright XP-120 heatsink
  • One user manual
  • One Thermalright sticker
  • One Socket 754/939/940 mounting bracket
  • One pair of 120mm fan mounting clips
  • Two strips of vibration damping rubber
  • One tube of thermal transfer compound


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