Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX
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Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX CPU Cooler
5 August 2008
Summary: Over the years Thermaltake has produced some great CPU Coolers, and the Big Typhoon VX is just another in their line of great coolers. Thermaltake was one of the pioneers in the enthusiast cooling market, and they just keep pumping out great products.
Pros: Very Quiet at Low Speeds, Easy Installation, Good Performance
Summary: The Big Typhoon VX is a good CPU cooler from Thermaltake, which makes justice to its name. It’s huge and heavy, but it has the advantage of carrying a large diameter 120mm fan, which can be used at low rotations, but still provide good airflow, granting good performance with low noise.
Excerpt: Mi primer disipador “serio” fue un Thermaltake, concretamente era el Dragon Orb, en aquel entonces yo tenía un Athlon 1.200Mhz que la verdad es que se calentaba bastante hasta que le puse ese disipador.
Pros: Decididamente, este disipador es una excelente inversión tanto para los amantes del silencio como para los que no quieren renunciar a las prestaciones ni al overclock. Es por ello que le doy
Cons: In the year 2002, Thermaltake announced Purepower line of power supply unti for the ever-growing power-hungry PCs. Purepower series PSU quickly gained recognition with its extensive warranty and high-reliability guaranty., En esta foto podeis ver el nuevo sistema de retención que emplea el Big Ty...
Conclusion: Today, Thermaltake has grown into a world-class company with state-of-the-art testing and R&D facility based in Taiwan along with 60+ engineers and ID team covering each application segment such as Liquid Cooling, Air Cooling, PC Enclosure and Power Supply for main-stream users, high-end solutions,...