When you overclock your system, one major concern that you have to worry about is your CPU temperature. If it gets too hot, you risk frying it like the egg you fried this morning for breakfast. So in order to obtain the overclock you want, you’ll need a CPU cooler to keep your temperatures at an ideal level, so that you can push your system to the max without worrying about your processor temperature. Today we’re going to look at the Thermaltake MaxOrb CPU cooler, to see if it keeps your CPU from looking like that fried egg and to see how it compares amongst other coolers.
OCC Review: Thermaltake MaxOrb CPU Cooler Review
Posted 12 June 2007 - 07:30 PM
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