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Thermaltake DuOrb

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About the Product

The DuOrb CPU cooler supports Intel Socket 775 and AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2 CPUs. Includes dual 80 x 20 x 80 mm ball bearing fans (2000 RPM, 21 dBA, 37.67 CFM) and 106 x 86 x 202 mm aluminum/copper heatpipe heatsink.

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Thermaltake DuOrb Reviews Rating: 89 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
ASE Labs  --- May 23 '08
CPU3D.com 92% Apr 23 '08
Digit-Life  --- Sep 02 '08
Frosty Tech 78% Aug 01 '08
Futurelooks.com 8.5/10 Jun 30 '08
HardwareCanucks  --- May 21 '08
HardwareLogic 92/100 May 21 '08
Legion Hardware  --- Apr 29 '08
LegitReviews.com  --- Apr 09 '08
Overclockers Club  --- May 15 '08
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Jun 11 '08
Techware Labs  --- Aug 22 '08
ThinkComputers 9/10 Jul 31 '08
Tweak Town 89% Jun 15 '08
TweakNews.net  --- Dec 10 '08
X-bit labs  --- May 29 '08
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Thermaltake DuOrb Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake DuOrb Review HardOCP -- May 14 '08

ASE Labs on

"The unit retails for about $65 which is very high for an extra part. The performance is great, but if you aren't overclocking, you won't need this. The DuOrb is a great heatsink for the enthusiast..."

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CPU3D.com on

"I was impressed with the performance of the Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler. It easily matches the Enzotech Ultra-X, and best of all ... it's a lot cheaper, and the twin fans with red/blue LEDs look..."

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Digit-Life on

"DuOrb CPU is undoubtedly a High-End cooler. It outperforms a lot of other promising rivals, despite its compact non-standard design, and competes successfully with such major players as Cooler..."

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Frosty Tech on

"The Thermaltake DuOrb a good reliable heatsink, but one which is outperformed by a good two-dozen other heatsinks that offer anywhere from 10°C cooler operating temperatures under the most..."

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Futurelooks.com on

"In the end, it’s still hard to avoid recommending the Thermaltake DuOrb on the basis that it’s a quiet cooler with decent performance numbers. It’s no slouch in the aesthetics department, and will..."

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