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  Thermaltake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thermaltake (founded in 1999) is a Taipei, Taiwan based company that makes cooling equipment for personal computers, computer cases, power supplies as well as other computer peripherals.
Thermaltake cases are popular among computer enthusiasts and gamers for LAN parties, despite the sometimes immense weight.
Thermaltake also manufactures CPU heat sinks, GPU heat sinks (with or without fans) and general case cooling products.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thermaltake   (240 words)

 DriverHeaven.net: Thermaltake Kandalf Enhanced Aluminum Chassis Series/VA9000 Series
Thermaltake is a well known company, with roots in CPU cooling, water cooling and chassis design.
Thermaltake advertises the Kandalf as “The Super Tower”, and as you can see from the dimensions of the case, being 20.9” x 8.7” x 22.1” – it is indeed a behemoth.
Thermaltake included a 120mm front intake fan, a 120mm Blue LED rear exhaust fan, one 90mm rear exhaust fan, and an optional use 90mm top exhaust fan.
www.driverheaven.net /reviews/ThermaltakeKandalf/index.htm   (546 words)

 Overclocker Cafe - Thermaltake Tsunami Case Review
Thermaltake's line of cases have been varying offshoots of the same basic design concept for the past several model releases, the Xaser V, Skull, LANMOTO, Xaser III and LANFIRE.
With their newest case, the Tsunami, Thermaltake is looking to keep the features that have made their case lineup so successful but add a completely new look to the recipe.
Thermaltake saw fit to incorporate its 'Fat X' style window into the windowed unit design that breaks the mold of the average square peek panel.
www.overclockercafe.com /Reviews/cases/Tt_Tsunami/index.html   (465 words)

 Allstarshop.com - Thermaltake Eureka VC8000SWA Aluminum Full Tower (Silver)
ThermalTake Shark VA7000SWA redefines both the look and the interior functionality of a traditional computer chassis, with ample control and versatility for the...
The Thermaltake Armor VA8000 case is the ultimate full tower case with all the newest available features that a person would want.
The Thermaltake Kandalf full tower case is the most innovative case for those looking to house a high performance system that has cooling needs as well as to ha...
www.allstarshop.com /shop/simprod.asp?pid=15432   (278 words)

 Thermaltake Kandalf computer case. Thermaltake Kandalf case.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
To start with this Thermaltake Kandalf computer case is painted in a very attractive and stylish light grey colour which closely matches the aluminium front panels.
The full Thermaltake Kandalf PC case kit includes a conversion kit from ATX to BTX thereby ensuring that this case will be usable for a very long time, even if you move over to BTX motherboard size.
There is also included with this Thermaltake Kandalf a fan, various screws and fittings, another pack of items including the comprehensive manual and dusting cloth, keys and the power supply support bar.
www.a1-electronics.net /Cases/2005/Thermaltake_Kandalf_Mar.shtml   (550 words)

 PLYCON Cutting-Edge Computer Hardware and Cooling Solutions
Thermaltake includes a full set of instructions, a nice custom fan grill, screws, and a packet of thermal grease.
Thermaltake has combined a 5000 RPM fan (moving 32 CFM at 31 dBA) with an improved heatsink using an inset copper plate for enhanced thermal transfer.
Thermaltake has combined a 7000 RPM fan (moving 38 CFM at 39 dBA) with an improved heatsink using an inset copper plate for enhanced thermal transfer.
www.plycon.com /cpuc/thermaltakecpu.htm   (569 words)

 Welcome to Thermaltake
Thermaltake provides various stylish chassis and wide-ranging chassis sizes to cater for customers who have diverse demands on building a coveted PC system.
A variety of Thermaltake air coolers are presented to meet customers' thermal solution of CPU, display card, and other PC peripherals.
Thermaltake portable storage devices adopt up-to-date transfer technology to provide users a more faster and efficient way to carry their enormous multimedia data.
www.thermaltakeusa.com /product/product_index.asp   (223 words)

 Overclocker Cafe - Thermaltake AquaBay M4 HDD Waterblock Review
Thermaltake has prided itself on offering a broad range of cooling choices for the end user.
Thermaltake offers a line of add on water cooling components and extras that can be installed into 1/2" OD or 3/8" OD systems with simple included adapters.
Thermaltake for their support in sponsoring this review.
www.overclockercafe.com /Reviews/cooling/Tt_M4/index.html   (335 words)

 CoolTechZone-Thermaltake Extreme Giant III VGA Cooler
Thermaltake is known for their quality products worldwide.
Thermaltake took their product line to the next level when they introduced their Extreme line.
This cooler is the next generation VGA cooler from Thermaltake and is also a big brother to the Giant II.
www.cooltechzone.com /reviews/cooling/giant_001.php   (267 words)

 CoolTechZone-Thermaltake PurePower 480W Butterfly PSU
Thermaltake is one of the leaders in the computer case, power supply, and cooling markets.
Thermaltake is known to include many accessories with their products, which is always a nice feature to look forward to.
Thermaltake's Blow fan is a silent case fan with specialized design.
www.cooltechzone.com /reviews/cases/butterflypsu_001.php   (241 words)

 Legit Reviews - Thermaltake's Silent Power Supply Uncovered - The Goods
Thermaltake has since released a power supply that is guaranteed to please even the stiffest of audiophiles when it comes to silent operation.
This is however a tradeoff as lower max wattage means less heat, and in the silent PC world, sound is king and heat is executioner.
What I can tell you now is that Thermaltakes amperages are competitive, though on the lower end, and that heat never seemed to be an issue.
www.legitreviews.com /article.php?aid=125   (385 words)

 ThermalTake Xaser V Enclosure Review :: TweakTown
Summary: ThermalTake's newest computer case is on the test bench today in the form of the Xaser V. It sports an amazing amount of features and probably the most we've seen in a long time.
ThermalTake are back at it again with another case, this time it’s called the Xaser V. The popular PC modding company originally designed their case off the popular Antec which was a copy of the same case from another company — gosh, such a bizarre love triangle of casing confusion!
ThermalTake has done a considerable amount of work with the case from the original design and we intend to get straight into the action and find out what they have done with the latest addition to the Xaser line of cases and if these changes deserve your hard earned dollars or not.
www.tweaktown.com /reviews/610/thermaltake_xaser_v_enclosure_review/index.html   (302 words)

 Thermaltake Shark computer case review. Thermaltake Shark case.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Thermaltake kindly sent us one of their latest cases, the Black Shark computer case VA7000BWA.
Both to us look stunning and are made to the high Thermaltake Shark standards with no rough edges and continues Thermaltake design of making the use of their high quality computer cases as easy as possible.
Here we have an overall picture of the Thermaltake Shark PC case with its distinctive side panel which is not only see through but the grill you see allows free movement of air through it.
www.a1-electronics.net /Cases/2004/Thermaltake_Shark_Oct.shtml   (336 words)

 Legit Reviews - Thermaltake SHARK aluminum tower case - Introduction/Specs
Thermaltake has been building some quality aluminum tower cases lately and today we'll be given the opportunity to swim with their SHARK, aluminum full-tower.
Thermaltake's SHARK lives up to its aquatic reputation in that it's designed to house Thermaltake watercooling products (as well as other water-cooling systems).
Thermaltake's SHARK series is one of the most versatile Tower designs on the market today.
www.legitreviews.com /article.php?aid=177   (248 words)

 Overclocker Cafe - Thermaltake LANFIRE Case Review
The Antec LANBOY and Aspire X-Sonic are just a couple of these cases you may have seen around designed to fit this bill.
Thermaltake has never been one to be left behind in a niche market.
Thanks to the good folks out at Thermaltake we have one of their new LANFIRE cases up on the bench to see what's what.
www.overclockercafe.com /Reviews/cases/Tt_LANFIRE/index.html   (329 words)

 techPowerUp! :: Computex 2006: Thermaltake :: Page 1 / 1
Thermaltake is probably the company with the most new products.
Thermaltake's highly successful Orb series has been improved.
Thermaltake has also developed several new videocard coolers for ATI and NVIDIA cards.
www.techpowerup.com /reviews/Computex2006/Thermaltake   (592 words)

 Newegg.com - Thermaltake W0093RU 500W Power Supply - Retail
Thermaltake is known for steady reliable power and great cooling.
Coming from an older Thermaltake with 2- 80mm fans, this is whisper quiet while moving alot of air.
Thermaltake is the only campany that I have found that offers that.
www.newegg.com /Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817153028   (1164 words)

 ThermalTake Xaser
The Thermaltake Xaser II 5000A is basically a modded Antec case.
Thermaltake decided to add a few of their own touches to the case.
The case is made of steel, unlike the Xaser II 6000 which is pure aluminum.
www.blackmaxpc.com /Reviews/Xaser/xaser.htm   (125 words)

 Newegg.com - Thermaltake TR2 W0070RUC 430W Power Supply - Retail
Thermaltake TR2 W0070RUC ATX 430W Power Supply 115/230 V - Retail
With compliance with ATX12Vv2.2/EPS12V and its universal input (full range) capability, your Thermaltake TR2 W0070 430W Power Supply can be used in a variety of situations (wherein input voltages may vary or wherein you may change your motherboard).
Compatible with the ATX12V standard, the Thermaltake TR2 power supply provides maximum power stability to drive the latest Intel and AMD processors as well as other components for desktop and entry-level sever computer systems.
www.newegg.com /Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817153023   (1128 words)

 Techgage - Review: Thermaltake Blue Orb II
This is the newest cooler to come from Thermaltake and I am going to compare it to a few other coolers I have reviewed in the past.
Thermaltake needs no introduction to anyone in the PC game but for those that might stumble across this review, here is a history lesson.
Thermaltake was started in 1999 and has provided cooling solutions for PC and industrial application systems.
techgage.com /article/thermaltake_blue_orb_ii   (324 words)

Thermaltake Incorporation, based in Taipei, Taiwan is the global leader Thermal Solution and Thermal Management for PC and Industrial Market.
Thermaltake offers a wide range of products and services, providing effective and cost-conscious cooling devices.
Although midtower is sometimes admittedly not the first choice for some enthusists, Thermaltake has brought a couple of strong options to the table, and the Swing is shaping up to be the same.
www.tweaknews.net /reviews/swing   (256 words)

 Thermaltake Armor Review - Thermaltake Armor - ATX in System Enclosures ( Hardware )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
All the fans in the Thermaltake Armor come with fan holders, which essentially act as a medium for connecting the fan to the case.
The fan holder is extremely easy to use; just line up the pegs of the fan holder with the pre-cut holes in the case and slide it into a locked position.
Thermaltake's Armor case has been fairly impressive thus far, but I do have a few comments and concerns.
hardware.bytesector.com /enclosures/atx/armor25cm/review.php   (1112 words)

 MODTHEBOX.COM - Canada's Premier Case Modding Source - Reviews - Thermaltake Silent Boost RX K8 CPU Cooler Review
Thermaltake is a company that requires little introduction; they are successful at making great coolers at great prices.
The Thermaltake Silent Boost RX K8 is an all copper heatsink made specifically for AMD 754 pin platforms and up, it features a shroud and an open design 92mm fan.
A standard spring retention mechanism is used with a leaver used to apply force to the CPU via the retention frame.
www.modthebox.com /review456_1.shtml   (451 words)

 CoolTechZone.com - Thermaltake Soprano: Glimmering Exterior
Thermaltake is no stranger to the computing scene.
Thermaltake has been producing cases since 2002, when they first established their Xaser line.
The cases are nearly identical to the Thermaltake’s slightly more expensive Tsunami series, but to save costs the Soprano series is made with 0.8mm SECC steel and plastic while the Tsunami series uses lighter and more thermally conductive aluminum.
www.cooltechzone.com /index.php?option=content&task=view&id=1281   (480 words)

 Techgage - Review: Thermaltake Armor VA8000B
Today we take a look at the Armor from Thermaltake and the personality it comes across with is pure brute.
Thermaltake is one of the worlds largest PC modification companies.
Thermaltake shows no sign of slowing down, and ended 2004 with a cash capital increase to NT 255 Million.
techgage.com /article/thermaltake_armor_va8000b   (459 words)

 Thermaltake Beetle air cooler heatsink. Thermaltake Beetle.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Thermaltake launch their new Beetle air cooler heatsink with its ground breaking design and style not only as a universal AMD and Intel processor aiir coolerr heatsink but also to liven up your computer case.
To kick off the fan centre is fitted with some LEDs of different colours in its centre behind the Thermaltake logo that light alternately and the Red fan cover has two Blue LEDs so when in use the LED light display looks rather nice.
Here we have some pictures of the Thermaltake Beetle cooler heatsink giving you a close up view of the main working parts which are all very well made.
www.a1-electronics.net /Heatsinks/2005/2nd/Thermaltake_Beetle_Feb.shtml   (348 words)

 Overclocker Cafe - Thermaltake Shark Case Review
Thermaltake has greatly expanded their case line up over the past year with new designs coming out every few months.
Their latest chassis, called “The Shark,” shifts away from Thermaltake’s standard design to adopt the basic concepts of often seen in the Chenming/Chieftec case design.
The Shark is not another clone of this popular standard but rather it incorporates this as a skeleton to be built around.
www.overclockercafe.com /Reviews/cases/Tt_Shark/index.html   (346 words)

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