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ThermalTake MaxOrb - their new flagship CPU cooler

Posted on Wednesday, March 14 2007 @ 00:05:08 CET by

ThermalTake launched their new high-end CPU cooler, the MaxOrb. This cooler uses their radial fins design and features 6 copper heatpipes, a mirror-like copper base and aluminum fins.

The cooler can be used for Intel LGA775 processors and AMD's Socket AM2/940/939/754.

The fan used on the MaxOrb has a maximum airflow of 86.5CFM. The user can control how fast the fan should spin, ranging from 1300 to 2000 RPM. The noise level of the fan is between 16dBA and 24dBA.

The ThermalTake MaxOrb weighs 465g and should be available soon.



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