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Tuesday, 14 October 2008 10:58

Thermaltake announces its V14 Pro CPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Six heatpipe behemoth

Thermaltake has updated its CPU cooler line-up with a new version of its V-series cooler, the V14 Pro. This large copper behemoth shouldn't have any trouble cooling both Intel and AMD CPUs, although you might have trouble fitting it in, as it is just huge.

With its dimensions measuring 71x100x161mm (DxWxH) and weighing in at 840 grams, it's a rather large and heavy cooler.  The new V14 Pro has a mirror finished copper base and six heatpipes connected to 98 copper heatsink fins. It uses a 140mm blue LED fan that spins from 1000 to 1600RPM and produces between 16 and 24dBAs of noise.

According to Thermaltake, it should be available soon, but the price still remains a mystery.

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