Thermaltake Venus 12 Pro Reviews

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Thermaltake Venus 12 Reviews

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Neoseeker 88% Feb 02 '04
Bjorn3D 8.5/10 Aug 30 '04
CoolTechZone  --- Jan 13 '04
Frosty Tech 81% Nov 06 '05
Hardcoreware 90% Jan 13 '04
LegitReviews.com  --- Oct 03 '03
The Crucible 82/100 Mar 07 '04
XtReMoDs 9/10 Dec 25 '04
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"...the Thermaltake Venus 12 sink performed quite well, dropping temps from 3-4 degrees (depending on the RPM of the fan and if you could handle the MAX fan setting) over the stock AMD cooler. For this performance, however, you have to add almost four times the weight of the stock cooler, and this may not appeal to everyone. If you are planning on running your CPU stock and not trying to overclock it, then a stock cooler might be for you."
"Venus 12 is a reliable product and deserves your attention if you are looking for good performance."
"This heatsink utilizes a very simple copper fin arrangement that is effective with high airflow. The Venus 12's performance is largely due to the high-powered fan, and there are certainly alternatives which offer similar temperatures at drastically lower noise levels. Irregardless, the Thermaltake Venus 12 has what it takes to keep temperatures low (at 70 dBA), and operate quietly; just not concurrently."
"...this is a great cooler, worthy of your attention for your Athlon64, Athlon FX, or Opteron CPU!"
"The Thermaltake Venus 12 looks like a solid cooling solution and a no brainer for users looking for low temperatures. While some users don't like loud and powerful case fans due to noise, we noted that the strong 73CFM fan on the Thermaltake HSF helped reduce case temperatures as it moved the air around the video card and memory more than OEM solutions."
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