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Thermaltake MaxOrb

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About the Product

The MaxOrb is a 143 x 95.2 x 144 mm cooler which supports Intel Socket 775 and AMD Socket 754/939/AM2 CPUs, and includes a 120 x 25 x 120 mm dual ball bearing fan (1300-2000RPM, 16-24dBA, 86.5CFM) and aluminum/copper heatpipe heatsink.

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Thermaltake MaxOrb Reviews Rating: 88 out of 100 based on 5 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
Benchmark Reviews 9.0/10 Jun 28 '07
Frosty Tech 79% Aug 04 '08
HardwareLogic 87/100 Jun 11 '07
Overclock Intelligence Agency  --- Feb 14 '08
Overclocker Cafe  --- Apr 03 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 12 '07
PDX Reviews  --- Aug 28 '07
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Jun 14 '07
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Jul 11 '07
Techware Labs  --- Nov 15 '07
ThinkComputers 9/10 Sep 18 '07
Tweak Town 82% Dec 05 '07
Virtual Hideout  --- Jul 30 '07
XSreviews.co.uk 4/5 Apr 05 '07
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Thermaltake MaxOrb Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake MaxOrb Review BiT-Tech.net -- Aug 16 '07
Thermaltake MaxOrb Review X-bit labs -- Apr 19 '07

Benchmark Reviews on

"In conclusion, the Thermaltake MaxOrb CL-P0369 is a real good looking CPU cooler, with performance ultimately matching appearance. If the room inside your computer case can handle the size, than..."

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Frosty Tech on

"Priced at $45 bucks, the Thermaltake MaxOrb heatsink will get you into the game by maintaining nice temperatures at high heat loads when operating at full tilt, but you'll certainly hear it. Shop..."

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HardwareLogic on

"Whether or not the MaxOrb would make a worthy addition to your rig ultimately depends on what you need from a third party cooling solution. The MaxOrb didn't win any thermal crowns, which will..."

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Overclock Intelligence Agency on

"I've used more than a few Thermaltake CPU coolers over the years; no surprise considering they've been in business since 1999. Today I'll be taking a look at another of their latest products, the..."

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Overclocker Cafe on

"The Orb lives! Thermaltake has identified the MaxOrb as its flagship cooler. Carrying such a classification most always means every aspect of a product is top shelf. The Tt MaxOrb very much..."

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