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Thermaltake Massive23 LX Laptop Cooler  - FrostyTech.com Thermaltake Massive23 LX Laptop Cooler
Sun Oct 17, 2010 | 9:01A| PermaLink
Laptop coolers are one of those accessories that you tend to pick up when you purchase that new laptop. Just like a laptop bags its one of the items that you need in order to keep your laptop in perfect working order. Yes, there are many to choose from so how do you determine which one to buy. You can read one review after another telling you how well a particular cooler performed but most of the time it comes down to cost and personal preference. Thermaltake is one of those companies that take cooling serious. Don’t believe me? That a short trip over to their website and you will see everything from CPU cooling to personal cooling to laptop cooling. One very successful laptop cooler series from them would be the Massive line up. The Massive series is aimed at persons with larger higher performing laptops like the Sony F series I currently have. Today, we will be taking a look at the Massive23 LX. Does it have what it takes to cool beast like the Sony F series I currently have? We will see. Read on.
FULL STORY @ CLOCKERS
(http://pro-clockers.com/cooling/1616-thermaltake-massive23-lx-laptop-cooler.html)

Cooler Master Introduces a Mainstream Cooler - Hyper TX3 - FrostyTech.com Cooler Master Introduces a Mainstream Cooler - Hyper TX3
Fri May 08, 2009 | 2:54A| PermaLink
Cooler Master’s Hyper TX series has evolved over time with adaptation to requirments of mainstream CPUs. The introduction of Hyper TX3 marks another milestone with Cooler Master’s first-ever full compatability with Intel LGA 1156 and previous socket types. The Hyper TX3 also brings back the original Direct Contact heat-pipe design from Cooler Master.
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The universal design of Hyper TX3 ensures compatibility with all Intel Sockets LGA 775/1156 and AMD Sockets 754/939/940/AM2/AM3. TX3 also features easy-to-swap fans using clips (clips for 2nd fan are included) for convenient installation.

Cooler Master incorporates the concept of Direct Contact heat-pipes into Hyper TX3. Three heat-pipes thrust through the base and create seamless contact between CPU surface and cooler for efficient heat dissipation.

Hyper TX3 is compatible with up to two clip-on 92mm PWM fans to fortify the cooling performance. The new PWM fan with wide RPM range is designed with distinguished blade shape and anti-vibration rubber pads around the edges. Hyper TX3 is also a silent CPU cooler at only 17dBA under minimum speed. Specifications
Heatsink Dimension: 90 x 51 x 139 mm
Material: Al Fins / 3 Heat Pipes
Fan Dimension: 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 800 - 2800 R.P.M. (PWM)
Fan Airflow: 15.7 - 54.8 CFM
Fan Air Pressure: 0.35 - 4.27 mmH2O
Fan Noise Level: 17 dBA (Minimum)
Connector: 4-Pin
Fan Life Expectancy: 40,000 hours
Bearing Type: Long life sleeve bearing
Weight: 470g

FULL STORY @ COOLERMASTER
(http://www.coolermaster-usa.com)


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