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Thermaltake BigTyp14Pro

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Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro CPU Cooler Review

Hardware Secrets
16 July 2009
  • Summary: Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro is really a big cooler. Its performance is good, being able to cool down the cooler base by 8 °C and the core sensor measured by SpeedFan by 30 °C compared to the Intel stock cooler, when we had the CPU fully loaded. It looks very cool (in both senses), giving your system an "extreme cooling" looks, thanks to its 14 cm fan, the acrylic cage and the three blue LEDs. Noise level with the fan adjusted to low speed is low, but not imperceptible.
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Overall 7

Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro

maximum pc
14 July 2009
  • Excerpt: At five inches high, 6.14 inches square at the top, and weighing a few ounces shy of two pounds, the Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro is among the biggest and heaviest coolers we’ve tested—although it’s not as big as Cooler Master’s V10, reviewed last month. The BigTyp 14 Pro contains six heat pipes routed through aluminum fins mounted perpendicular to the motherboard and is topped with a plastic shroud and 14cm variable-speed fan, which blows hot air straight down instead of...
  • Pros: Performs well at maximum settings.
  • Cons: Large design interferes with some cases; loud; fan disrupts case airflow.
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Thermaltake BigTyp14Pro CPU Cooler

16 May 2009
  • Summary: The BigTyp14Pro is quite a CPU Cooler, and until you actually see it up close you really done realize how big it is. When I first saw the BigTyp14Pro I thought that it was just going to be a gimmick, however after my testing I was pleasantly surprised with the performance (and pretty much everything else with this cooler).
  • Pros: Good Performance, Easy Installation for such a big cooler
  • Cons: Might be a tight fit in some cases, be sure to measure your case before ordering!
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Thermaltake Big Typ 14 Pro

21 April 2009
  • Conclusion: The Thermaltake Big Typ 14 Pro does a pretty decent job of cooling but it’s a mixed bag for us. We would have liked to see a LGA 775 back plate to avoid pressure points on the motherboard, but didn’t have problems with board stress or damage. When moving a rig caution should be exercised with this type mounting.
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Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU Cooler

big bruin
13 April 2009
  • Summary: Overall the Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro is an impressive cooler ready to tackle the cooling duties of a gaming rig or an HTPC. It may be one of the widest coolers I have used, but its compact height makes it appealing for use in cases that are slimmer than many tower coolers can fit into. The promotional material claims the BigTyp 14 Pro is "completely silent", which just isn't true at any speed with the included fan.
  • Pros: » Solid cooling performance, » Built in fan speed controller, » Can run quietly and still provide decent cooling, » A big cooler that actually fit inside an HTPC, » Can be modified to use a 92mm fan mounted below the cooling fins, » 92mm underside mounted fan was quieter than stock fan, » Load temperatures were lower with 92mm stock fan (blowing upward)
  • Cons: » Loud at full speed, » Advertised as "completely silent", which isn't true at any speed with included fan, » Large wingspan could create interference issues in some cases
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
18 March 2009
  • Excerpt: Here at TweakTown, Thermaltake keeps us pretty busy testing their products. With all sorts of products in their line-up, it almost makes Thermaltake the one stop shop for all things aftermarket. They carry everything from sound deadening material to wire management ideas, coolers and power supplies. You name it, Thermaltake has a solution. This time we are going to have a look at another of their CPU cooling solutions that incorporates a 140mm fan to get things moving.
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Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro CPU Cooler

OverClock Intelligence Agency
20 February 2009
  • Summary: Thermaltake made a few odd design choices with the BigTyp 14Pro that I have trouble understanding. The first and foremost is the size. The sheer footprint of the BigTyp 14Pro causes a variety of issues. Not only does it conflict with both the cooling on my motherboard and my RAM, but the BigTyp 14Pro also does not fit in the Lian-Li PC-A77 case without modification, which means that it will likely not fit in many standard ATX towers on the market today.
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Thermaltake BigTyp14 Pro

Legion Hardware
29 September 2008
  • Summary: The Thermaltake BigTyp14 Pro is certainly one of the most interesting CPU coolers we have ever seen, largely due to it being by far the biggest. However make no mistake, being the biggest does not automatically make the BigTyp14 Pro the best, and nor do the lowest temperatures make a heatsink the best, as there is a little more to it than that.
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Yaz sıcağında işlemcilerinizi serinletmek istiyorsanız BigTyp 14Pro iyi bir seçim.

7 April 2009
  • Conclusion: Tamamen bakır tabanı ve sessiz çalışması ile Core i7 işlemciler için piyasada bulabileceğiniz en iyi soğutuculardan biri.
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