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Thermaltake out with improved V14Pro CPU cooler

Improves on design over already successful V1 HSF.

@camwilmot
Cameron Wilmot
Published Mon, Oct 13 2008 7:10 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
Thermaltake today took the covers off its latest CPU cooler, the "impeccable" V14Pro, as the marketing folk call it.

At first glance, it looks just like the old V1 cooler but Thermaltake has built on the dual-VTM architecture to create what they think is a faultless CPU cooler.

Thermaltake out with improved V14Pro CPU cooler

It doesn't get support at this stage for upcoming Socket 1366 Core i7 processors but it does get some pretty good features such as a silent operating monster 140mm fan, six copper heatpipes, copper base, 98 extended copper fins and it will work with Intel LGA775 and AMD Socket AM2/AM2+ based processors. It also gets fan speed control via the included VR Fan Speed controller which is able to adjust the fan speed from 1000 through to 1600 RPM based on your requirements.

Thermaltake has continued its trend of creating promo videos and upload them to YouTube. They've done the same again here for the V14Pro and you can watch it below.



You can get some more details on the cooler over at this press release.

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