Page 1 of 3

Thermaltake Golden Orb II


Product
Cooling
Date
9th November 2005
Manufacured By
Thermaltake
Supplied By
Price
£15.28 inc. VAT
Author

 

 

Introduction

Around 5 years ago Thermaltake released the much acclaimed Golden Orb, which was cheap and very effective. Since then the world of CPU cooling has come on leaps and bounds, and in today’s coolers heat pipes are almost standard in cooling the increasing amount of heat spewed forth by today’s processors.

Trying to relive the Golden Orb glory days, Thermaltake has come up with the Golden Orb II.

A look at the features shows us by what means Thermaltake aim to achieve this.

 

Dimensions

120x63mm

Compatibility

Intel Pentium 4 (Socket LGA775)
AMD Athlon 64 (Socket 754 / 939)
AMD Athlon 64 FX (Socket 939/940)
AMD Sempron (Socket 754)
AMD Opteron (Socket 940)

Material

Copper Core & Aluminium Extrusion (66Fin)

Fan Dimension

100 x 24 mm

Rated Voltage

12V

Max Air Flow

35.43 CFM

Started Voltage

5V

Max Air Pressure

1.50 mm H20

Power Input

1.56W

Noise

127dBa

Fan Speed

1600 RPM

Life Time

30’000 Hours

Weight

752g

Connector

3 Pin


   
Website Design and Graphics Copyright Wayne Brooker 2004
All images Copyright 3DVelocity.com unless otherwise stated