Thermaltake Mini Super Orb DU0462-8 Pro Reviews
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"The Super Orb had three main flaws. For one, extreme force was required on the Retention Clip to attach the Orb to the CPU and Socket-A. In several reported cases, this resulted in the contact plate crushing the CPU core and effectively killing your chip."
"I actually found the Mini Super Orb cooler slightly better than the at idle. 1¢XC is not a big deal though, results could easily vary that much between two identical coolers. The Mini Super Orb still is not looking that great compared to the rest of the coolers I tested, but I am testing them against some pretty touch competition."
"Installation of the Mini Super Orb was a breeze. It came with the lovely Thermaltake clip that makes it as easy to connect, as it is to tie your shoelaces. Once I had connected it to the CPU socket, made sure it was sitting correctly I just plugged in the fan connector to the motherboard and I was off."
"The clip is a proprietary one, studied to fit in the round base. It is finger-friendly, at least on one side. It is kind of tricky to install the first side, because the fins go really near the capacitors, and you have to push it down a bit."
"The coolers were installed using the included thermal paste. The idle temps were taken after 10 minutes of 0% CPU usage. The 100% load temps were taken after 20 minutes of 100% CPU usage. The Super Orb now fits a broader range of motherboards but this is too little too late as far as I am concerned."