For those who have been around performance computers for a while, the name Thermaltake has been a longtime staple for air cooling. Making a name for themselves with their Volcano 7+ product, they have been improving on this name for the past couple of years.
Their latest iteration, the Volcano 12, comes with the capabilities we have come to expect from Thermaltake, but they have also managed to bring some new features to the front lines that should make this cooler stand out a bit from the average heatsink.
So let's take a gander at this newest HSF to wear the Volcano tag and see firsthand whether it can earn the respect garnered to other worthy coolers that bear the same name!
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- Volcano 12 HSF - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Volcano 12 HSF - Page 2 [What You Get]
- Volcano 12 HSF - Page 3 [The Heatsink]
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