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Thermaltake Volcano 11+ Heatsink (Xaser Edition) Review

Former staff writer    -   July 3, 2003
Category: CPU Cooling


Introduction
Thermaltake is a company well known for their superb cooling products, and we've had several opportunities in the past to take a look at their products. Today, we'll be taking a look at their latest heat stink, designed for the AMD XP processors, the Volcano 11+ Xaser Edition.



Specifications

Part Number  

A1725

Fan Dimension

80x80x25mm

Heat sink Dimension

70x66x30.8mm

Rated Voltage

12V

Started Voltage

6VD

Rated Current

0.04A ~ 0.50A

Power Input

2.40W ~ 8.40W

Fan Speed 

1300 +/- 10% RPM @ 20C

 

4800 +/- 10% RPM @ 55C

Max Air Flow

20.55 CFM @ 20C

 

75.70 CFM @ 55C

Noise Level 

17 dB(A) @ 1300 RPM

 

48 dB(A) @ 4800 RPM

Bearing Type

Two Ball Bearing

Life Span  

50,000 Hours

Connector 

3-pin


Features
  • Application for AMD Athlon XP up to 3400+
  • Apti-fin technology, made by all copper (40 fins)
  • 2 adjustable manual fan speed control
  • PCI slot bracket
  • 5.25" drive bay
  • Much lighter compared with copper insert sink
  • Fan grille: "X" edition



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