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Old 14th November, 2007, 05:44 AM
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Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler

See what this unusual looking heat sink has to offer with Techware Labs:

The V1 is an almost all copper design with 4 heatpipes running through the cooler. The mid placed fan design sandwiched between the fins is an interesting approach to cooling. Several other manufacturers have tried similar designs and usually the key to the sucess is overall airflow.

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It reminds me of a jazzed up Zalman Flower. It costs more than the MaxOrb, and offers roughly equivalent cooling, so unless you are just wanting something that looks neat, I really can't see buying one.
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Old 15th November, 2007, 02:03 PM
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Very neat design. The fan on the inside is pretty cool.
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