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Thermaltake go full-copper with MaxOrb

New flagship radial CPU Cooler

| Posted: May 2, 2008 10:32 am

Thermaltake's mammoth MaxOrb CPU cooler has just been pushed to the side in Tt's lineup for the even more serious MaxOrb EX; this is one very copper-happy cooler with the six radial heatpipes, fins and base all being made out of pure copper.

 

Tt's product page explains the benefits of their patented Radial Heat-Transfer Technology whereby this copper version only improves upon an already proven method. The fan itself is 120mm in size with blue LED and VR control. At minimum speed, it only produces 16dBA of noise whilst still promising excellent performance for the hottest of CPUs.

 

You can find full details and specs of Thermaltake's new flagship cooler here.

 



Thermaltake, the world's leading brand of PC chassis, power supply and CPU cooling solution, today launches the next generation CPU air cooling solution, MaxOrb EX (P/N:CL-P0467). Extending the previous well designed enthusiast cooler, MaxOrb, MaxOrb EX seeks for maximum cooling effect and supports all mainstream and high performance processors (Intel LGA775 and AMD Socket AM2/AM2+/940/939/754).

 

MaxOrb EX is designed with the magical cooling copper structure, copper heatpipes, copper fins, and copper base. The radial Heat-TransferTM Technology does not only allow more efficient heat dissipation, but also decreases the pressure built around the fan blades to minimize noise output. Radial copper fins further create air channels directing the airflow to the surrounding components for additional cooling efforts; thus increasing system stability and overclocking capability.

 

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