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AMA Orc Review

RHKCommander959    -   July 30, 2009
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Specifications:

Model Name
Orc
CPU Support
Intel® Core™ i7 (LGA1366/ LGA1156)
Intel® Core™ i5 (LGA1366/ LGA1156)
Intel® Core™2 Extreme (LGA775)
Intel® Core™2 Quad / Core™2 Duo (LGA775)
Intel® Pentium®  processor family (LGA775)
AMD Phenom™ II X4/X3/X2 (Socket AM3/AM2+)
AMD Athlon™ II X2  (Socket AM3)
AMD Phenom™ X4/X3 (Socket AM3/AM2+/AM2)
AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 (Socket AM2+/AM2)
AMD Athlon™ 64 (Socket AM3)
AMD Athlon™ X2  (Socket AM2)
Cooler Dimensions
155 (L) x 135(W) x 120(H) mm
Net Weight
660g
Connector
4 pin with pwm function
Heat sink material
All Copper Base and Fins+ 6 Copper Heatpipes
Acoustics 18 dBA during normal operation
Fan dimension
120 x 120 x 25 (mm)
Fan speed
1100~2000 rpm ±10%(with PWM control and Green Led)

 

Features:

  • Monstrous Looks with All Copper Structure and 6 Heatpipes
    AMA Mythic Series presents the most innovative and “gaming atheistic” CPU cooler “Orc”, equipped with 6 pure copper heat-pipes along with all copper structure to deliver extreme cooling efficiency. Except for its impressive cooling performance, its monstrous appearance also transfers fantastic and mythic gaming world.
  • All Copper with 6 Heatpipes & 3 Sets of Circular Fins
    AMA Orc utilized 100% copper material to ensure excellent heat dissipation; 6 copper powder heatpipes cooperated with exclusive circular fins can efficiently transfer heat to the copper fins to lower temperature, As for its no-direction feature, users can place cooler in any direction without efficiency decay for 180W overclocking.
  • Superb Cooling Performance
    Exclusive circular design compacted heatpipes and copper fins tightly to provide huge heat dissipation area for superb cooling performance and be able to lower 40% temperature.
  • Gaming Atheistic Design
    The latest member of Mythic series--“Orc” is special designed for worldwide gamers with monstrous appearance, to represent fantasy and wildness of gamer world and suit for enthusiasts’ taste.

 

All information courtesy of AMA @ http://www.amatech.com/computing/product/orc/orc.htm"




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