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Thermaltake Blue Orb II


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Supporting Intel socket 775 and AMD Socket 754/939/940 processors, this cooler is composed of a copper/aluminum heatsink measuring 140 x 66 x 140 mm, and a 120 x 24.3 x 120 mm fan (1700 RPM, 17 dBA, 77.85 CFM).


Thermaltake Blue Orb II Reviews Rating: 87 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

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3dXtreme 8/10 Dec 02 '05 9/10 Aug 22 '07
HardwareXL  --- Oct 22 '05
MadShrimps  --- Jan 11 '06
MODTHEBOX! 8.5/10 Feb 09 '06
Overclocker Cafe  --- Apr 02 '06
OverclockersOnline  --- Jan 12 '06
PC Modding Malaysia 75% Oct 30 '05
Techgage 9/10 Feb 24 '06
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Thermaltake Blue Orb II Review X-bit labs -- Feb 04 '06

3dXtreme on Dec 05 '05

"The Thermaltake Blue Orb II posted some respectable numbers. Overall it’s a decent cooler for the AMD64 platform however for the money we still believe the Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro is a bit..."

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"Although we would have liked to see the device come with some good thermal grease and have a slightly more intuitive mounting procedure (Less powerful springs, or higher risers!), it did attach..."

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HardwareXL on Oct 24 '05

"The 120mm fan maximizes the airflow and doing it very silent. The blue finish on the fins and the blue led makes it a real eyecatcher when used in a open case. Performancewise the Thermaltake Blue..."

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MadShrimps on Jan 12 '06

"The Blue ORB II is undoubtedly the very best HSF I've used to date and not simply based on CPU temps, it also cools a large amount of motherboard real estate where it matters most, including memory..."

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MODTHEBOX! on Feb 09 '06

"The Blue Orb II's design is nothing new, but being able to trump the best of Zalman's line up of similar coolers speaks volumes. It seems that in this case, Thermaltake has a winner on their hands."

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