Saturday, April 11th 2009

Thermaltake Announces V14AX CPU Cooler

Thermaltake, known as the leader in Thermal industry by continuously introducing innovative product, today officially releases another masterpiece, V14AX. With its excellent performance and included clips, it can support the latest and fastest Intel Core i7 processors.

V14AX is the best choice for gamers and over-clocking enthusiasts. It equips a giant 14cm VR fan. Users can adjust the fan speed according to their own needs. Side flow design is to integrate with the system fan and optimize the ventilation. Meanwhile, V14AX has 6 heatpipes and mirror coating copper base that can maximize the heat transferring speed from CPU to the heat sink. The large dissipating aluminum surface will also maximize the heat dissipation. With these features, users can definitely experience the ultimate performance of latest Intel Core i7 processors.

Topped off with a tube of Thermaltake superb performance thermal grease TG-1, V14AX is without a doubt the best choice for your high end cooler. For more information, please visit the product page.

Source: Thermaltake
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24 Comments on Thermaltake Announces V14AX CPU Cooler

#1
MRCL
It's big alright. But it doesn't really look like it would have that much cooling power. I'll wait for reviews on that.
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#2
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
the last one of those they released wasn't that great and it was all copper how is this going to be better?
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#3
Weer
Who exactly gets to claim that it's the best cooler for Core i7?

Or more like who can I blame.

Or rather who can I flame.

I want their name.

Rhyming is lame.
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#4
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Even if it was me, I have a fire-extinguisher. It's Thermaltake, follow the link.
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#5
MRCL
by: Weer
Who exactly gets to claim that it's the best cooler for Core i7?

Or more like who can I blame.

Or rather who can I flame.

I want their name.

Rhyming is lame.
Among those who are not better than me, I am the best.
Ergo, among the coolers that don't perform better than the V14AX, it is in fact the best.
:cool:
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Weer
by: btarunr
Even if it was me, I have a fire-extinguisher. It's Thermaltake, follow the link.
Well, you're just as bad. "Thermaltake is already known as the leader in Thermal solutions..".

I thought so. Damn bastards. I couldn't flame you anyway.. too much respect for doctors.

First they lie about their fan specifications and now they claim to have the best i7 cooler?

Honestly, didn't Roosevelt institute a program to counter false advertising back in the 30's?

Let's enlist some high-strung feisty new lawyer and sue the pants off of them!
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#7
Weer
by: MRCL
Among those who are not better than me, I am the best.
Ergo, among the coolers that don't perform better than the V14AX, it is in fact the best.
:cool:
Right, but they're saying that there are none better than them. I'd like them to prove that.

Not even the company that actually makes the best cooler downright claims that it's the best.
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#8
a111087
by: cdawall
the last one of those they released wasn't that great and it was all copper how is this going to be better?
actually, it had very good performance, but ultra 120, but close
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#9
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Weer
Well, you're just as bad. "Thermaltake is already known as the leader in Thermal solutions.."
Go to the front page. See if there's a "Press Release" marker. If there is one, there is a strong chance that we didn't write the text. :)
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#11
Weer
by: btarunr
Go to the front page. See if there's a "Press Release" marker. If there is one, there is a strong chance that we didn't write the text. :)
Well, I suggest you take the initiative and write the news story yourself, because copying lies and propaganda is not how this site is supposed to operate.
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#12
MRCL
by: Weer
Right, but they're saying that there are none better than them. I'd like them to prove that.

Not even the company that actually makes the best cooler downright claims that it's the best.
Maybe they are. I highly doubt that, but maybe they are. Don't take advertising too seriously. I got a heatkiller CPU block. THe heat still lives tho. Thermaltake advertises a bit over the top, thats a fact. But I pay attention to raw facts, not ads. Not since I saw that ShamWow commercial:roll:
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#13
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Weer
Well, I suggest you take the initiative and write the news story yourself, because copying lies and propaganda is not how this site is supposed to operate.
You see, this is why after posting each PR by NVIDIA, I'm making it a point to tell people not to discuss on the "NVIDIA, inventor of GPU" line. :)

Let me please you...

done.
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#14
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
lol, The press-release debate ends here.
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#16
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: a111087
:wtf: i don't know what you are talking about
perhaps you should take another view at it, because V1 came out as the best cooler in that review and it became the editor's choice
rofl color was off on my monitor yep
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#18
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I thought the Ax was already released and available to the public...
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#19
Logos
Thermaltake, known as the leader in Thermal industry..
. :D

(sorry if my XS genes are talking here ;) )
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#20
PCpraiser100
I dunno about this cooler when cooling an i7.

I saw the V8 in action, it is a terrible cooler for an i7. I am still looking around.
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#21
SeanG
How come when i go to the review I see an all copper one and this one is all aluminum?
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#22
CrAsHnBuRnXp
I had the original V1 and it did very well for me. In fact, my dad is using it on his E5200 right now and its at 3GHz nice and cool.
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#23
TheMailMan78
Big Member
I had the V1 and it sucked for AM2 sockets. You had to bend a pipe for the lever to swing over. Complete just for AM2. I got a MaxOrb instead. Been good so far.
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#24
Scrizz
by: WarEagleAU
I thought the Ax was already released and available to the public...
same here
no wonder i didn't find any :slap:
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