Friday, March 28th 2008

Thermaltake Unleashes the Big Typhoon VP CPU Cooler

Building on the apparent success of the Big Typhoon 120 VX (CL-P0310), Thermaltake has announced a new high-end CPU cooler dubbed Big Typhoon VP. The product combines a copper base, six 6mm heatpipes and a big block consisting of 142 aluminum fins, with not one but two 120mm fans, one perpendicular to the base and one side fan which can blow air toward the GPU or RAM area. The extra fan features a 2-direction-installation option and can be placed at an angle between 0 and 45 degrees. The 120mm fans bundled with the Big Typhoon VP are rated to work between 1300 and 2000 rpm with a noise output going from 16 to 24dBA. Compatible with Intel LGA775 and AMD AM2/AM2+ sockets, the Big Typhoon VP weights in 822 grams and should be available soon.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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27 Comments on Thermaltake Unleashes the Big Typhoon VP CPU Cooler

where the hell are my stars
effectively its just a gemini II with the fan mounted to the other fan instead of over the HS
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Wile E
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vojc said:
core tem show s me only delta T . so it show s me 5*C if cpu is on 25*C.
asus softweare show correctly temp.
No, ASUS software is wrong. It always reads too low, every single time I've seen it used. Your temps are too high, guaranteed.
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