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ThermalTake DuOrb and MaxOrb - One Orb or two?

primesuspectprimesuspect Beepin n' BoopinDetroit, MI Icrontian
edited April 2009 in Science & Tech
Mike D pits the ThermalTake DuOrb and MaxOrb against a ton of other heatsinks. Read on to see how they stack up.

Comments

  • WinfreyWinfrey waddafuh Missouri Icrontian
    edited July 2008
    We are getting quite a collection of heatsink reviews now aren't we!:bigggrin:

    Good write up as always Mike, I was just wondering if the DuOrb got the Icrontic Stamp of Approval or was that just the MaxOrb?
  • LeonardoLeonardo Wake up and smell the glaciers Eagle River, Alaska Icrontian
    edited July 2008
    Thanks, Mike. I'm always keen for new reviews on heatsinks.
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited July 2008
    Thanks guys :)

    Only the MaxOrb has received the seal of approval. Although the DuOrb is a good heatsink as far as performance and aesthetics are concerned, I simply couldn't look past the very high price and compatibility issues. Had the MaxOrb not had the fan vibration issue, it probably would have received an "outstanding product" award over the stamp of approval as well.
  • edited April 2009
    Anyone know if i can get DuOrb on Asus P5KC motherboard... I want to upgrade CPU cooling so i can get my C2D8200 a bit oc-ed? P5K Deluxe on pic is similar to P5KC but i am warried cuz of heatsink on northbridge, its a bit taller than on deluxe... My case is small too but i think it will fit(CM Elite 302)... If someone tried it pls reply
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