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Thermaltake Volcano 7+ - Thermaltake Volcano 7+
Fri, June 07 2002 | 10:32AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Overclocked Cafe looks at the new Thermaltake Volcano 7+. It looks cool but how does it perform? Gotta read it to find out!

When news started to get out that Thermaltake had redesigned the V7, and that it would be an all copper design my interest was piqued pretty quickly, my first thought where of this 2 pound chunk of copper with the big 80mm fan on top that would required nothing short of steel reinforcement bars to hold in place. I have to admit, when I saw the "New and Improved" Volcano 7+ for the first time I was taken back a bit, at best there was a vague resemblance to the original V7, but that's where it ended.

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