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Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF Review - Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF Review
Wed, April 24 2002 | 11:14PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Hardware Pub checks out the Thermaltake Volcano 7+. It's an interesting one that's for sure, but personally, I'd use something a little better. Here's their review.

This heatsink forges a new path for the Volcano line, being the first to strut its stuff with an entirely copper sink, rather than an insert like the original Volcano 7, and both Volcano 6 Cu models. The sink has 36 fins for maximum surface area exposed to the fan in a rather apocryphal naming scheme called "tiny fin" technology. How technological thinner fins are is is rather questionable, but they are nevertheless a benefit.

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