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 here
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