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Thermalright Shows off New CPU Coolers, Special Cases & Cogage brand

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. Darksaber

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    The Cyclone coolers are large CPU coolers with special fans to create a cyclone air flow to cool the fins and heatpipes. It comes in a full size variant as well as a compact version. They have also improved on the Ultra 120 by revising the surface area of the cooler and adding a hole within the fins to further aid air flow.
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    Thermalright will also be introducing two special enclosures to the market, which take advantage of their special heatsinks to cool the components with nothing but airflow created by the chassis. The one version holds fans on the side of the case, while the other has the cooling units embedded into the ceiling.
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    Then there is the Cogage brand, which utilizes the facilities and the expertise from Thermalright, but goes complete retail at a competitive price point including a fan in combination with the heatsink. These heatsinks are more affordable variants of Thermalright units, so you can expect to get almost the same cooling performance out of them.
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    1) funky Cooler!
    2) Too much colors!!
    3) Looks good!
     
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    1. Looks weird. never seen a cooler like that that made retail.

    2. Interesting. VERY interesting, as that looks like my motherboard in the case. that video card looks very bent.

    3. Cogage are for sale here in Au already.

    TRUE 120 $90, no fan
    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_23_311&products_id=8064

    Cogage 120, $60, with fan
    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=416&products_id=11509

    Depending on how they stack up, its a very good alternative (once a quality fan is included, its close to half the price)
     
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    True Cogage are being sold already ;) but many people do not know that Cogage is a Thermaltake budget brand. ^^
     
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    SACRILEGE!

    thermalright are your lord and master... thermaltake are those smelly people who make crappy fans.
     
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    really digging that cyclone cpu cooler
     
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    Case look fugly IMO, dont like the colors, and the first cooler looks like a cylinder from an engine, lol.

    And DS, what happened to all the "Computex" Prefixes you normally do at events.

    Hard to tell whats computex and whats news to start with.
     
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    Didn't they show off the same cyclone coolers last year?
     
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    Wow, those big heatsinks just scream fail.
     
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    Will Cyclone outperform TRUE 120?
     
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    hate it or love it, atleast ppl are thinking outside the box. Some if the "ideas" i wouldnt go for but psu up front looks interesting.
     
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    PSU up front isn't exactly new idea. Arctic cooling did that with their cases, but psu had to be only theirs
     
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    Its definitely a new concept (The fan in the thing like tt did)...

    I'm actually curious how well it performs.
     
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    1) Cyclones look awesome! People scoffed at TRUE when it came out too. All in all tho, I'm not 100% impressed until I see figures and comparisons. How well does it really do?
    2) I actually like the colors, but wonder a: how much does this thing weigh b: how well does it work (figures/comparisons) c:how much of a pain in the neck is it to change parts? have to deconstruct the entire cage of HS fins. [I really wish these case manufacturers would include air-flow diagrams on their websites to show exactly how the air flows, so I know what I'm buying].
    3) Nice job on a budget brand, I hadn't heard of them. Once again, comparisons? Figures?
     
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    VGA look already HEAVILY bent and this is without additional fan! Pretty bad commercial feeling. Big case, alot of space. It leaves me with a mixed feelings, but generaly good ones.
     
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    That heat sink will give me nightmares
     
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    You can't compare it to TRUE, it's more like Ultra-120A, but worse than that too (smaller). http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_page/product_page/cpu/u120a/product_cpu_cooler_u120a.html
     
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    yeah i like all that room
     
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    1. Awesome, especially if they use HDT.

    2. Colors are funky but concept is A.

    3. Nifty.
     
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    Those cyclone coolers are a great concept; should work well and so much more aesthetic potential than butt-ugly heatpipe towers.
     
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    The cyclone looks like it has a small foot print as well. Looking forward to good reviews.
     
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    the cases look great , very effective cooling with new idea i like it
     
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    To me it looks a lot like a Gigabyte Rocket or 3D rocket..
     
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    since thermalright always seem to make top-tier performing products, i'd expect that cyclone cooler to be not a gimmick, unlike their competitors who make gimmicky cylindrical coolers (thermal-something else-)
     

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