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Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF Review

Many of you may be familiar with the original Volcano 7 HSF. While a good concept, the self-adjusting fan on it didn't work as well as intended. But now that a new version has hit the streets, things have changed a bit. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at the new Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF. The new design promises both cooling prowess and quiet, so let's see if it succeeds in these lofty goals.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 19, 2002 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Thermaltake

 

Introduction

 

For those who have been keeping up with Thermaltake, you'll remember all the controversy about their ORB line of coolers. But here recently, they have proven themselves to be a manufacturer of high-quality sinks that cool well and look good at the same time.

 

One of their most recent hits was the Volcano 7 HSF. When we reviewed it, it showed to be a very cool looking unit that had a speed control built in to it. While this was a good idea to help keep the noise down, it didn't work out well with cases that have an abundance of airflow.

 

Enter the Volcano 7+. It has grown a little more distinguished since it's inception, and our goal is to see whether the new design is viable in a Power User's system.

 

So let's kick this thing into gear and see what we have hereĀ…

 

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