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Thermaltake Launches New Enthusiast Cooler at CeBIT

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  1. malware New Member

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    Thermaltake is set to launch new V1 stylish cooler designed for enthusiasts at this year's CeBIT, starting 15 March 2007. Build with all copper construction and 4 long length heatpipes of total 936mm in length, it provides most efficient heat conductivity and heat transfer for the latest Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad LGA775 and AMD socket AM2 processors. The cooler is equipped with silent and powerfull 110mm LED VR fan. Manually controlled (1300-2000rpm) by the VR Control, it is nearly noisless with only 16dBA at minimum fan speed. The Thermaltake V1 cooler weights 637g.

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    Even if this works out well I'll stay with other tower-coolers like the Scythe Ninja/Infinity and the like.

    a.1) I can use the fan _I_ want.
    a.2) 110mm... why not just let ME use a 3rd party 120mm one

    b) LED Fan, ugh... kaka HAET LED fans
     
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    I want to see more all-copper coolers like this. I agree kakazza, though. I would definitely want to buy a 3rd party fan that would run nice and quiet.
     
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    Is it me, or does this look like a geisha fan?
     

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