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Thermaltake BigTyp14 CPU Cooler

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Are you tired of that old heatsink? Is your CPU overheating or are just looking for something snazzy to be placed on your motherboard? Well, maybe you should take a peak at Thermaltake’s Big Typ 14Pro. Thermaltake’s heatsinks have been winning armloads of awards for quite a few years now. If the massive 140mm fan does not get your attention, then maybe the copper heat pipes and the bright blue LED will. Lets see if the Big Type 14Pro can hold up to Thermaltake’s reputation for innovative and remarkably well working heatsinks.

Thermaltake:

“With its comprehensive line of products available, it enables Thermaltake’s core customers to enjoy a one-stop-shop experience, reduce product design-in evaluation period and most important of all, flawless integration process. Each of Thermaltake’s strengths enables its customer to focus on their core business while taking advantage of the skills and efficiency of a single thermal management solution partner.”

Features:

14cm (140mm) Fan:

For those of you wondering, why the heck would they put on such a large fan? A large fan can displace the same amount of air a small fan can at a much lower speed. The lower speed generated by the 140mm fan on the Big Typ 14Pro allows for it to remain virtually silent while in operation.

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  • Strong Cooling Structure- with mirror coating copper base, 6 copper heatpipes,supports up to TDP 130W
  • 14cm Giant Fan with Blue LED - the downward flow big fan covers more area to help system cooling not only for CPU
  • VR™ Fan Function - allows you to adjust the fan speed for your need
  • Completely Silent - 14cm fan could make good cooling effect at only low fan speed and generate minimum noise at the same moment
  • Universal Clip – for the mainstream PC platforms such as LGA775 and AM2 sockets

Specifications:

Compatibility Intel® Core 2 Extreme (Socket LGA775)

Intel® Core 2 Quad (Socket LGA775)

Intel® Core 2 Duo (Socket LGA775)

Intel® Pentium D (Socket LGA775)

Intel® Pentium 4 (Socket LGA 775)

Intel® Celeron D (Socket LGA775)

Intel® Celeron (Socket LGA775)

AMD® Phenom (Socket AM2+)

AMD® Athlon 64 FX (Socket AM2/939)

AMD® Athlon 64 X2 (Socket AM2/939)

AMD® Athlon 64 (Socket AM2/939/754)

AMD® Sempron (Socket AM2/754)

Heatsink Dimension 156(L) x 155(W) x 128(H) mm
Heatsink Material Aluminum Fins w/ Copper Heatpipes & Base
Heatpipe Ø 6 mm x 12
Fan Dimension Ø 140 x 30 mm
Fan Speed 1000 ~ 1600 RPM
Bearing Type —-
Noise Level 16 ~ 24 dBA
Max. Air Flow 85.76 CFM
Max. Air Pressure 1.60 mmH2O
LED Fan Blue LED
Power Connector 3 Pin
Rated Voltage 12 V
Started Voltage 7 V
Rated Current 0.32 A
Power Input 3.84 W
MTBF 50,000 Hours
Weight 800 g

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3 Comments... What's your say?

  1. How is the heatsink mounted on Core 2 boards? Is it bolted in or does it use the plastic push-pin scheme? Thanks.

    • Hoohoo,

      The heat sink for the core 2 boards is indeed a plastic push pin design. This is not to say that there are not any odd ball aftermarket heatsink designs that may use a bolt on method. For instance, Most liquid cooling systems will have a screw on design that comes with an adapter. Hope this answers your question

      Dan

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