Thermaltake BigTyp 120 VX Pro Reviews
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"In a nutshell, what's not to like about the Big Typhoon VX? It has the power to cool an overclocked processor or do yeomen's work on stock processors."
"The Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX can easily handle the heat produced by Intel's Core 2 Duo processors and can even handle Intel Core 2 Quad processors meaning this heat sink will last more than one upgrade."
"If you dont have an issue with price, or are simply looking for some killer air cooling for your new blistering CPU, or you want that bit of extra overclock, then the Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX is an ideal choice for those that have a space issue inside their cases and cannot accommodate the Freezer 7 Pro."
"As you would expect, the new VX fan system offers even better performance and places the Big Typhoon VX right up their with the top performing CPU coolers on the market today. It delivers outstanding thermal performance but is crippled IMHO by the new tool-less mounting systems. While both of the new mounts are potentially easier to install than the original Big Typhoon, the new mounting schemes are not as robust as Thermaltakes classic H-style steel plate system. In the end, users will have to decide whether or not they value the added performance and ease of installation over a more secure mounting system. For my money, I will stick with Thermaltakes sturdy mounting system used on the original Big Typhoon."