Case fans really have not changed that much over the past few years. We have seen some different bearing types and of course LED and temperature display fans, but Thermaltake has something different for us today. Their new ISGC fans have a patented edge design that reduces 3% of total noise, a hydro dynamic bearing that reduces noise level and extends the lifetime of the fan up to 50,000 hours, and the fan blade shape increases air flow by 15%. Let’s check it out…
Today we are taking a look at the Thermaltake Toughpower XT 750W Modular Power Supply. The Toughpower XT series power supplies incorporate five Thermaltake cutting-edge innovations: FanDelayCool for thorough cooling and extended lifetime, S.P.T. Indicator for real-time monitoring, S.F.C. Quiet for the quietest operation, 12Vin1 for the best computability, and High Quality Japanese Capacitors for superb performance and reliability. This is many steps above the original Toughpower series power supplies. The XT series are even 80Plus Bronze certified!
Today we got to take a look at the Thermaltake TMG IA1 CPU Cooler. This tower structure is composed of 51 aluminum fans with 4 6mm copper heatpipes running through it. The unique fin design is certainly something you’ve never seen. The open fan design of the cooler gives that extra bit of cooling you need. While a lot of Thermaltake CPU Coolers run expensive this cooler is actually affordable and worth your buy. Read on further to see what you think.
Thermaltake, a company we know for flashy eye-catching cases has changed things up a little bit with the Element S. Although very sleek looking it is not as flashy as previous cases we have seen from them. As the tag line says, “Create for Pros” the Element S has many features system builders and enthusiast alike will appreciate. Some of those include 7 3.5-inch internal HDD bays, tool-less HDD installation, stealth black material and noise reduction material on the side panels. All of this comes at a very affordable price too, let’s take a look…
Today we have the chance to look at the Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU Cooler, a relatively new product from Thermaltake with a huge 140mm fan with blue LEDs. In addition to those large features the BigTyp 14 Pro offers 12 copper heatpipes for optimal cooling on most socket types. This is probably one of the largest CPU cooler’s that we’ve reviewed here at Think Computers, but will it stand up to the testing? Read on to find out.
Thermaltake is one of the most widely known names when it comes to PC cases, it seems like everyone I talk to has heard of Thermaltake. This year they did not have that many announcements as in previous years, but they did have some interesting products. Let’s take a look at their new cases, power supplies and cooling products.
Thermaltake has given us the opportunity to look at the recently released, award winning Thermaltake SpinQ. Winning awards like the 2009 CES Innovation Design and Engineering Award certainly gives it something to wow about. The cylinder shape heatsink has over 50 aluminum fins aligned in a spiral shape and cooled by a turbine-like fan with a blue LED. Looking to trick out your case with sweet looking products? This is probably one product you’re going to want to add to your list.
Today we have the opportunity to review the new Thermaltake MaxOrb EX CPU Cooler which is an extension of the quality proven MaxOrb. With an adjustable fan, pure copper construction, silent blue 120mm fan and a patented design, this CPU cooler certainly has a lot going for it. The Thermaltake R&D Manager claims that the “MaxOrb EX has been created from the Thermaltake belief in breaking of present cooling limits.” Does it perform up to his expectations? Read on further to see what we found in this review.
Our friends at Thermaltake have taken a truly active approach to memory cooling. (pardon the pun) They have taken their Orb heatpipe cooling idea, placed it on some heat spreaders, and created actual active memory cooling. Read on to check out Tt’s RamOrb!