Thermaltake Massive TM Continued
As you may have guessed from the last image, there is yet another extension to these legs to add another half inch of height. Again, we do wish there were some rubber tips on these feet.
As we step back a bit, you can easily see how much the height and angle has increased at this point from when we saw the left side of the cooler.
As we put our 17 inch Lenovo on top of the Massive TM, we see that the notebook hangs off of the back almost two inches. Something to keep in mind if the air intakes are at the back of the computer like this one's are.
From a more normal perspective, we like the look of the Massive TM as it pokes out from under the front of our notebook. We also like that there is a lock out button on the cooler, as it soon turns into a sort of wrist rest when using the touch pad, so it keeps you from messing it up.
Just so that you could have a better view of the control panel when things were powered up, we offer this. It is easy to see from the blue LEDs that we are seeing this cooler in Turbo mode, temperature 2 is 29 degrees, and we are looking at results in Celsius. The other thing to note is that when the lockout is active, the red light above is illuminated.
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