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Thermaltake V1 and MaxOrb CPU Coolers
Author: Connor Brokl
Manufacturer: Thermaltake
Source: Thermaltake
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Thermaltake V1 and MaxOrb CPU Coolers
May 22, 2007

Feature and Specifications (continued):

MaxOrb Feature and Specifications:

Compatibility, Intel:
    Core 2 Extreme
    Core 2 Quad
    Core 2 Duo
    Pentium D
    Pentium 4
    Pentium
    Celeron D
    Celeron
Compatibility, AMD:
    Athlon 64 FX
    Athlon 64 X2
    Althlon 64
    Sempron
Dimension: 143x144x95.2mm
Heatsink Material: Copper base & Aluminum fins
Heatpipe: Copper tube 6mm x 6pcs
Fan Dimensions: 120x120x25mm
Rated Current: 12V
Started Voltage: 7V
Power Input: 3W
Fan Speed: 1300-2000RPM
Max. Air Flow: 86.5CFM
Max. Air Pressure: 2.22mmH2O
Noise: 16-24dBA
Life Expectation 50,000Hrs
Connector: 3Pin
Weight: 465g

Big Typhoon VX Feature and Specifications:

Compatibility, Intel:
    Core 2 Extreme (Socket LGA775)
    Core 2 Duo (Socket LGA775)
    Pentium Extreme Edition (Socket LGA 775)
    Pentium D (Socket LGA 775)
    Pentium 4 (Socket LGA775)
    Celeron D (Socket LGA775)
Compatibility, AMD:
    Athlon 64 X2 (Socket 939, AM2)
    Athlon 64 FX (Socket 939, AM2)
    Athlon 64 (Socket 754, 939, AM2)
    Sempron (Socket 754, AM2)
Heatsink Dimensions: 122(L) x 122(D) x 103(H) mm
Heatsink Material: Copper Base & Aluminum Fin (142Fin)
Heatpipe: Copper Tube 6mm x 6 pcs
Weight: 822g
Fan Dimension: 120x120x25 mm
Rated Voltage: 12V
Started Voltage: 7V
Power Input: 3.00W
Fan Speed: 1300 ~2000 RPM
Max. Air Flow: 86.5CFM
Max. Air Pressure: 2.22mmH2O
Noise: 16dBA~24dBA
Life Expectation: 30,000hrs
Connector: 3 Pin


The features and specifications for each unit includes the information that I would expect from any cooler, The biggest surprise and most interesting bit of information may be the claim that both the V1 and MaxOrb have maximum airflows of 86.5 CFM, while producing just 24 dBA of noise! If this is indeed true, these coolers will move substantial air, while doing so at only a whisper.

Another thing that came to mind when I was reading through these specifications was the weight of the V1 tipping the scales at 637 grams. This thing is a monster of a cooler. I would be slightly concerned if I were mounting these coolers on a clamp down style of mounting, but with the push pin design of Intel's socket 775 I don't foresee there being any issues.

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