ThermalTake DuOrb AX VGA cooler unveiled

Posted on Thursday, May 22 2008 @ 21:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake has launched a new VGA cooler that supports more graphics cards. The DuOrb AX now supports the nVidia 9600 GT, 8800 GTX/GTS/GT, 8600 GTS/GT, 7900 GTX/GT/GS, 7800 GTX/GT/GS, 7600 GT/GS, and 6800 GT/GS and ATi HD 3870, HD 3850, X1950 PRO/XTX/XT, X1900 GT/XTX/XT and X1800 GTO/XL/XT.

The ThermalTake DuOrb AX features a copper base and copper fins and has two 80mm fans to cool your graphics card.
With the success of the previous Thermaltake DuOrb VGA cooler, the twin fan power in VGA cooling has proved again the dominating position that Thermaltake holds in the global PC cooling market. In order to further widen the compatibility of Tt VGA coolers, and benefit more DIY users; Thermaltake is proudly introducing a new series model of the DuOrb VGA cooler, DuOrb AX, fitting with more VGA cards like nVIDIA 8600 GTS/GT, 7600 GT/GS and ATi HD 3850 etc that was not compatible with the old model now.

DuOrb AX has been created with the effective cooling construction as the original DuOrb VGA cooler, 2 copper heatpipes penetrating aluminum fins with copper base. The mirror coating copper base and copper heatpipes effectively transfer the VGA heat to the two separate sourced heat radiating fins. As a result, the DuOrb series coolers cool twice as fast and efficient than the traditional coolers. The Dual-Flow design not only dissipate the heat of GPU, but it cools the GPU surrounding area at the same time as one of the most well commented features of Thermaltake DuOrb coolers.

The breakthrough design of the Scurve double fans on DuOrb not only enables greater cooling performance; it adds on an extra visual pleasure for your system as well. The aluminum fins of DuOrb AX gives the DuOrb series a new futuristic shine. Check out the new Thermaltake DuOrb AX VGA cooler with widened compatibility and new look, and fit yourself in the world of top DIY enthusiasts!

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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