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Computex 2006: Thermaltake

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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  2. FLY3R New Member

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    Wow, these guys are coming out with some nice stuff.
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    Wow those video card coolers are a blatant rip off of Arctic Silencer's designs.
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    Yeah..but they don't seem that bad. That TideWater Mini doesn't seem to bad either, only taking up one slot, might get one for temporary use.

    I kinda want that LanBox too, the handle actually looks sturdy. The Aspire Q-Packs are nice, but I wouldn't trust my comp with the small handle.
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    wow.....Im liking the products!
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    these VGA coolers do really loke great!
    the first one (AT1) reminds me of the one that HIS uses on the ICEQ3 Version.
    Would be fine if the coolers would really reach the market

    but the Discovery FX looks rediculous, as if the Alienware case had eaten too much :rolleyes:
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    If the TideWater Mini goes for $60-70, I would get it. The original TideWater is like $80.
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    Any idea about the specs for the Blue Orb FX and the Orb Pro? And those VGA coolers as well. When will they be available? They will be wont they?
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    the orbs will be cpu coolers.. let me send an email to tt for the specs
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    Ya i know but what about the vga coolers AT1 and NT2. Tt do not have much of a choice when it comes to vga cooling beside those big passive ones or those old ones. Dont think the old ones will work on new vga and the big ones dont think they will work on Sli or crossfire. but these new ones might.
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    Is it just me....

    Forget Alien....

    Think ASUS Vento...

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    Vs

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    Yeah, Thermaltake seems to have a problem with originality.
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    So it would seem dude.
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    Any idea when will the Soprano DX, Orb Pro and the vga coolers will be available?

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