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Thermaltake CL-P0467 computer cooling component

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CL-P0467
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Components which remove the waste heat produced by computer components, and keep components within permissible operating temperature limits.
Computer Cooling Components
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Long product name Thermaltake CL-P0467 computer cooling component :
The short editorial description of Thermaltake CL-P0467 computer cooling component

Copper Universal CPU Cooler
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Short summary description Thermaltake CL-P0467 computer cooling component:
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Thermaltake CL-P0467, 24 dB, Core 2 Extreme Core 2 Quad Core 2 Duo Pentium D Pentium 4 Pentium Celeron D Celeron Phenom Athlon..., Aluminium & copper, 3 W, 580 g, 3-pin

Long summary description Thermaltake CL-P0467 computer cooling component:
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Thermaltake CL-P0467. Noise level (high speed): 24 dB, Compatible products: Core 2 Extreme Core 2 Quad Core 2 Duo Pentium D Pentium 4 Pentium Celeron D Celeron Phenom Athlon.... Material: Aluminium & copper. Power consumption (typical): 3 W. Weight: 580 g. Connector(s): 3-pin, Rotational speed: 2000 RPM, Product life: 50000 h

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:39:03
Testseek has collected 10 expert reviews for Thermaltake CL-P0467 and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
83%
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Bcchardware.com
Updated:
2011-11-06 03:05:28
A while back we took a look at the MaxOrb from Thermaltake, and it performed very well (Read our Review over Here). Thermaltake has decided to redesign the MaxOrb and has released the MaxOrb EX, which weve got on the bench today. The MaxOrb and the...
Good Better Performance than Original MaxOrb, Easy Installation, Lower Height than other Coolers...
Bad Flimsy Fins on Heatsink...
Bottom line The MaxOrb EX from Thermaltake is a nice update to a good cooler, and in our testing we found it to be a very decent cooler worthy of your consideration. The performance has increased over the original MaxOrb (due to the extra copper in the cooler), b...
85%
tweaktown.com
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2016-11-18 04:35:12
Thermaltake is back with one of our favorite CPU cooling designs, the Orb. The latest offering is a revamp of the , but with a twist of copper added in for good measure. The original MaxOrb fared well in our performance tests and I found the mountin...
Bottom line Recent product launches have really shaken up the performance database this month, with just about everyone getting a new cooler out before Computex. Take away the new Noctua, Sunbeamtech and ZEROtherm coolers and the MaxOrb EX would be in the runni...
90%
Bcchardware.com
Updated:
2011-11-06 03:05:28
A while back we took a look at the MaxOrb from Thermaltake, and it performed very well (Read our Review over Here). Thermaltake has decided to redesign the MaxOrb and has released the MaxOrb EX, which weve got on the bench today. The MaxOrb and the...
Good Better Performance than Original MaxOrb, Easy Installation, Lower Height than other Coolers...
Bad Flimsy Fins on Heatsink...
Bottom line The MaxOrb EX from Thermaltake is a nice update to a good cooler, and in our testing we found it to be a very decent cooler worthy of your consideration. The performance has increased over the original MaxOrb (due to the extra copper in the cooler), b...
85%
hitechlegion.com
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:38:43
Good Low Profile Radial Design, Quiet Performance, Excellent Cooling Performance, Adjustable Fan Speed, Blue LED Illumination...
Bad None...
Bottom line The Thermaltake MaxOrb EX is simple to install and offers excellent use of space inside the case. The compact design allows for high performance cooling in a smaller mid tower or more narrow case that does not allow enough room for a vertical stack hea...
0%
techwarelabs.com
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2011-10-04 09:38:46
Thermaltake is at it again with a new and improved MaxOrb CPU cooler, the MaxOrb EX. We previously reviewed the MaxOrb and found it to be one of the best coolers weve tested to date. Lets see how much of an improvement there is by compairing it to th...
Bottom line The Thermaltake MaxOrb EX really proved to be a significant upgrade from the older MaxOrb. While I wouldnt say torun out and switch this one for your old one (unless you want to; the old one is still nice), Id definitly say that this is worth the $6...
0%
modders-inc.com
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2011-10-04 09:38:48
The Orb line of coolers has been a popular line over the years, from the Ruby Orb to the Golden Orb. Thermaltake has taken the Orbs to the Max with their latest versions, the MaxOrb and MaxOrb EX. There are several options to consider when looking for...
Good Large LED Fan, Simple Installation, Cooper Construction, Builtin Fan Controller, Great Performance.
Bad Size might be an issue for some, Fins bend easily, be careful mounting it, Dont like the PushPin mounts for such a a large cooler.
Bottom line The ThermalTake MaxOrb EX also has a Blue LED fan, which might give you some visual pleasure in your mod. The overall performance was very well keeping up with the Noctua NH C12P and Nirvana NV120 CPU coolers. The installation is relatively simple pro...
80%
Bjorn3d.com
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2011-10-04 09:38:51
Not too many people can remember the days when we didn’t have too many options for cooling a CPU. I can personally recall using many zip ties to fasten a higher speed fan on top of an OEM Intel or AMD cooler and then manipulating dip-switches and jump...
Good Good capable heatsink sufficient enough for overclocking, No shortage of copper or surface area equates to decent value, The CPU die area was easy to clean and flat enough to make surfacing an easy task, Manual fan RPM control, Should be a good party...
Bad Fairly expensive (could be due to the cost of fan control).
Bottom line Is it any good? The Max ORB EX is an outstanding block of copper love. There are a few gremlins in the cooler though, although I more want to question the shipper rather than the manufacturer. Our HSF arrived with a few bent fins, which were easily st...
70%
thinkcomputers.org
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:38:53
Today we have the opportunity to review the new Thermaltake MaxOrb EX CPU Cooler which is an extension of the quality proven MaxOrb. With an adjustable fan, pure copper construction, silent blue 120mm fan and a patented design, this CPU cooler certainl...
Good Great cooling temperatures, Adjustable fan speed, Pure copper construction, Effectively uses the not so great pushpin installation, MultiCPU support...
Bad User manual could be more detailed...
Bottom line I was pretty surprised with the results the MaxOrb EX achieved. I wasnt quite expecting such good results. Good results though do come with a price at times. At the Thermaltake website the retail price is $69.99, but with a quick online search it can...
90%
ocia.net
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:38:56
Thermaltake is a company that needs no introduction. Since their inception in 1999, Thermaltake has become a household name in PC cooling, cases, power supplies and other computer accessories. Earlier this year I had a chance to review their MaxOrb coo...
Good Performance, Appearance...
Bad Installation Issues, Minor Quality Issues...
Bottom line The Thermaltake MaxOrb EX is nearly identical in most ways to the previously-released MaxOrb. The EX sets itself apart through its use of copper fins in the outer heatpipe ring and its inclusion of a tube of Thermaltakes own thermal compound with the...
0%
frostytech.com
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:38:58
Thermaltakes MaxOrb EX heatsink comes with a manual fan speed controller on the side of the 120mm diameter fan, allowing users to adjust speeds from 1300-2000RPM...
85%
hardwareunboxed.com
Updated:
2011-10-04 09:39:01
Today we will be checking out a relatively new product from Thermaltake, the MaxOrb EX, which is a universal CPU cooler targeting the performance sector. Not only does this new product look very impressive, but it has the performance to back the looks...
Bottom line So far pricing for the Thermaltake MaxOrb EX is not available, though we expect it to be quite pricey given that it is largely made up of copper. This combined with the sheer size of the heatsink means that the MaxOrb EX weighs just under 600 grams. Th...
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