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Thermaltake MaxOrb review

Tweak.DK evaluate the performance of this heatsink:

What makes the Thermaltake Max Orb stand out from others is the fact that it has 6 heat pipes. The heat pipes have been put together two by two, looking like 3 circles and thereby following the shape of the other coolers in the Orb series.

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