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Thermaltake MaxOrb review
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Saturday, 09 May 2009 14:50
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Thermaltake MaxOrb review
Features and specifications
Packaging
Closer look
Installation
Testing
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Thermaltake's orb products have made their first appearance at 2000, with Golden Orb, which was considered to be one of the best cpu coolers at that time.After the success of Golden Orb, Thermaltake released a new cooler named Golden Orb 2, which was significantly bigger and also had success.But Thermaltake wanted more, so they further developed their radient design, and made the best Orb series cooler until now, the MaxOrb. A cpu cooler with 6 heatpipes,a 12cm fan and aluminium fins.It is considered to be one of the best Thermaltake cpu coolers at this time.

 

 

 

From the first look it seems capable to deal with the competition, but lets see how it actually performs! But first we will have a look at features and specifications!



Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 June 2009 14:47
 

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