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Thermaltake is a well known contender in the high-end cooling market, making products that keep our overclocked CPU’s nice and cool while we attempt to drive them to the brink of oblivion and back – – often doing so in style. Naturally then, one who overclocks seeks out such a vendor in hopes of finding a device to cool his fiery passion. So what does Thermaltake have to offer today?

Enter the Thermaltake Blue Orb II, sporting a amazing 140 alluminum fin count, near-silent operation, universal socket support and abnoxious blue light. How well does it work you ask? Stop with this marketing spin, you whine? Well, let us move on then and get to the nitty gritty details of how this bad boy works. First and foremost, let’s get the technical specifications of the product out of the way!


Heatsink Dimensions

140 x 66 mm

Fan Dimensions

113 x 24 mm

Heatsink Material

Copper Core & Aluminum Extrusion (140Fin)

Fan Voltage

12V, 7V startup

Power Input

3.00W, 3 Pin connector

Fan Speed

1700 RPM +- 10%

Air Flow

Max. 77.85 cfm, max. 1.80 mm H2O


17 dbA




30,000 hours (= ~ 3.5 years)

Now that the formalities are out of the way, let’s put a face to those specs!

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