Thermalright has announced a new revision of some of its CPU coolers, and it actually brings some changes.
Thermalright has announced three revised CPU coolers: its TRUE Spirit 90M, 120M, and Macho 120. The revised coolers include a couple of changes over their predecessors, including nickel-plated heat pipes, an anodized black top-plate for appearance, and a renewed mounting mechanism.
The new mounting mechanism is featured on all three coolers. One of their key features is that the coolers no longer require a backplate to be mounted.
The TRUE Spirit 90M measures 102 x 55 x 125 mm, and has a 92 mm fan, which cools an aluminum fin stack to which heat is brought through three 6 mm heat pipes. The fan can spin at speeds between 600 and 2000 RPM.
The TRUE Spirit 120M measures 132 x 57 x 145 mm, and features not three, but four 6 mm heat pipes. The 120 mm fan can spin at speeds up to 1500 RPM.
Lastly, the Macho 120, the largest cooler, measures 120 x 102 x 150 mm, features five 6 mm heat pipes, and has a 120 mm fan that can spin at speeds up to 1300 RPM.
All the new coolers are recognizable by their Rev.A version type, and will cost €24.99, €29.99, and €34.99, respectively, for the TRUE Spirit 90M, 120M, and Macho 120. They should be on shelves beginning November 18.