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Old 29th June 2004, 11:36   #1
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Default Thermaltake Tower112 Heat Pipe Cooler

Heat pipe cooling technology is nothing new to PC cooling and has been used in notebook and small form factor PCs for quite some time. Not till recently, however, have manufacturers been using this technology on desktop cooling products as well. The sheer size of most of these new coolers are nothing short of impressive. Thermaltake, a leading and respected manufacturer of high quality cooling products, is one company to incorporate this technology on a majority of their new desktop cooling products. Today, we look at one of their latest coolers featuring an all copper and universal design supporting all processors, including the new Intel LGA775 CPUs.

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