Thursday, January 1st 2009

Thermaltake Introduces TMG IA1 CPU Cooler, Gives You More

Gamers and DIY enthusiasts always want a good product with great value and performance. Now, Thermaltake makes this possible. Lately, Thermaltake releases its new CPU cooler- TMG IA1. This cooler definitely can satisfy PC DIY users and gamers’ different needs.

TMG IA1 is equipped with a 12cm Scurve fan with blue LED. This giant fan’s powerful air flow guarantees the CPU can work normally while the user’s PC is on multi tasks. 4 copper heatpipes and large surface fin can maximize the heat dissipation speed. The copper base is also tempting to DIY enthusiasts and it is also good for the heat transfer between CPU and cooler. When the user does not need high performance, he/she can adjust fan speed to save more power and get more acoustic benefit. TMG IA1 is also equipped with blue eye-catching LED. Users can enjoy the performance and the attractive appearance.

To provide a better service, Thermaltake provides 6 year warranty for TMG IA1. Users don’t need to worry about their coolers at all. Thermaltake will take good care of their coolers by providing premium and professional technical support. With all these tempting benefits, TMG IA1 is the one you don’t want to miss. For more information, please visit the product page.

Source: Thermaltake
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10 Comments on Thermaltake Introduces TMG IA1 CPU Cooler, Gives You More

#1
ste2425
that things not the nicest looking tho
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#2
Hunt3r
I liked the new toy as it will it cost?
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
looks like the butterfly cooler
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#4
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Yeah someone posted in overclocking and cooling a product page for this saying its the ugliest cooler they ever seen, next to Zerotherms Butterfly gayness. I wonder how well it cools though.
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#5
Basard
Yeah... I was going to say the same thing. This looks just like Zerotherm's butterfly.... At least they copied a design that works. Oh, and since Thermaltake is bigger and scarier than Zerotherm, I'm sure this will cost about 5-8 bucks less.
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#6
[I.R.A]_FBi
looks like a cross between a fruitfly and a dung beetle
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#7
Sasqui
by: [I.R.A]_FBi
looks like a cross between a fruitfly and a dung beetle
LOL. As with most TT products, I'd be weary of the quality. Good luck with thier fans, but not much else.
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#8
LittleLizard
it looks a lot like the zerotherm nv120 nirvana, and if it cools as it, it will be a very good air cooler
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#9
Hayder_Master
nice design , i see thermnaltake now doing well and take the titles , like xegmatic before
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#10
LittleLizard
i check the coolers page, and again, like all tt coolers, ITSNT PWM COMPILANT, come on :(:(:(:(
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