Today it’s time to look at a heatsink at rbmods. It was awhile ago we looked at heatsinks but the one we have today is for the new socket 775 Intel processor. We have looked for a good cooler for this new processor to be able to test overclocking on it. So is this the best we have found thus far? Lets check it out!
Thermaltake Was Founded in 1999. The major products are heat sink,stamping clip,CPU cooler,DC Fan, Folded fin and thermal products.
Thermaltake joined venture with Shun Fu China Factory in Feb,2000.
Expanding the Orb CNC mfg. Factory in Taiwan and China in Y2000, 2001.
Set up Global Distribution Channel in Nov. Y2000, 2001.
Max Air Flow AT30�C=54.91 CFM
(AT DUTY 0-100%
AIRFLOW 54.91-87.70 CFM)
AT38�C= 87.70 CFM
Fan Dimension 92x92x32 mm
Air Pressure AT30�C=2.83mmH2O
(AT DUTY 0-100% PRESSURE 2.83-7.00 mmH2O )
Heatsink Dimension 90×40 mm
Noise AT30�C=21 dBA
(AT DUTY 0-100% Db 29.5-47 dB )
AT38�C= 43 dBA
Rated Voltage 12V
Bearing Type 1 Ball & 1 Sleeve
Started Voltage 7V
Life Expectation 60,000 Hours
Rated Current AT30 �C=0.21Amp
(AT DUTY 0-100% CURRENT 0.21-1.10AMP)
AT38 �C= 1.00Amp
Connector 2510-4P=260 mm
Power Input AT30�C=2.52 W
(AT DUTY 0-100% POWER 2.52W-13.20 W)
AT38�C= 12.00 W
Thermal Resistance 0.285 �C/W
(AT DUTY 0-100% RATED 2300-3600RPM )
The box the cooler came in seems small but it protects the cooler more than well. On the box we can see a picture of the cooler itself. The fan is huge as its a 92 mm fan which could possibly turn out to be very loud.
The fan has the red Thermaltake color on it. What is missing with the fan is a fan grill to protect your fingers since it spins at probably around 6000 rpm. The bottom of the heatsink is protected with a piece of plastic that covers almost the whole heatsink.
Thermal compound is already on the heatsink so you don’t need to worry about that if you don’t want Artic Silver or something else. On the right picture we can see the stock cooler to the left and the Jungle 512 to the right. The Jungle cooler is ALOT bigger than the stock cooler so it should cool better… or?
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Mounted and in action!
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