Thermaltake DuOrb Dual Fan CPU Cooler

overviewBasically, they took two cooler units and fuzed them together. Not only does it cool the processor, but also surrounding  components like memory and chipsets. We know that Thermaltake makes some great coolers, but how does this new one stack up against units like the Ultra-120 and Scythe Ziphang?

 

Introduction

Intel and AMD are both releasing smaller die processors that require less voltage to operate. With the decreased voltage comes less power comsumption, an obvious advantage. Both of these features mean that larger coolers are not needed. So why are today’s coolers getting bigger? In the past few months we have seen coolers that weigh in at a full 1000 grams before the installation of a fan. Today’s product doesn’t weigh quite 1000 grams, but even at 600 grams it’s no lightweight.

In today’s world of computer tweaking and overclocking, it is important to cool your ram in addition to the processor. The DuOrb from Thermaltake is capable of doing both. The DuOrb CPU cooler is based on the same design as the GPU cooler.

Basically, they took two cooler units and fuzed them together. Not only does it cool the processor, but also surrounding  components like memory and chipsets. We know that Thermaltake makes some great coolers, but how does this new one stack up against units like the Ultra-120 and Scythe Ziphang?

Thermaltake’s take on the DuOrb

In the first sight of DuOrb CPU cooler, your eyes will be caught by this unique design and dual-color LED lights, red and blue. The patented design features two separate fin configurations bringing an unprecedented visual aspect. DuOrb CPU cooler is extended DuOrb design concept after DuOrb for VGA cooler, and both of them are getting lots of favorable reviews.

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