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  1. October 17, 2014 - by Sergio Martorana Thermaltake is a Taiwanese company founded in Taipei in January 1999, specializing in the production of products dedicated to the so-called "computer DIY" (do it yourself), with particular attention to gamers, overclockers, and enthusiast. Among them, the fans with some experience and knowledge, know how this brand represents one of the historical realities of the industry, was born in a time when a cabinet or cooler design for their needs, there were significantly fewer brands than to those in business today. The power supply market is increasing
  2. September 26, 2014 - by Eric Garay If you’ve been following the CPU world’s climb over the 4 GHz mountain, then you’re probably well aware of the challenges of cooling off that achievement. Thermaltake heard the screams of those cooling fans and has risen to the challenge, unveiling several new products at COMPUTEX 2014, to take on that challenge. Today, we get a chance to test their latest all in one solution called the Water 3.0 Ultimate, which is based on a 360mm radiator design, with triple 120mm fans. It promises to “exceed user expectations…with superior CPU protection.â
  3. October 1, 2014 - by Author: Steve Lynch Editor: Kyle Bennett Thermaltake has some very lofty goals set for its new mid-tower case. Its primary goal is to deliver outstanding cooling performance which is always high on our priority list as well. Form and function both seem to be well served in this new Core V51 model as its performance profile is not hard on the eyes. Today we are reviewing the Thermaltake Core V51 mid-tower case. Thermaltake is a company that needs no introductions. To be honest, the reason most of us know the name is because we've probably, at some point in the p
  4. 15 September, 2014 - by George Cella There are always constraints in product development and what is actually possible. While many times, an idea may be profound, it may not be physically possible in the real world. First and foremost, the actual materials to make the idea work need to exist. The idea of a floating transportation board that is non-powered since it is made of a gravity defying element that can bear weight and will not float away may sound great. This idea falls apart when you take into account that an element doesn’t exist. Other times, your idea may step on a patent and
  5. September 9, 2014 - by Zac O'Vadka I've said it before and I will say it again, digital power supplies are where the industry is headed. Those that have chosen to adopt and create the technology first are way ahead of the curve right now and in a few years, this is what others will be playing catch up on. Right now, the only two companies that have digitally controlled and monitored consumer units on the market are Corsair and Thermaltake. Both are working feverishly to stay ahead of the curve and the unit that we have today is another effort at doing just that. The Toughpower DPS G se
  6. September 4th, 2014- by Chad Sebring When the Core Series is spoken of, we immediately think back to the Thermaltake Core V71, where Thermaltake offered a chassis like no other they had before. Of course, it did take some interior components that we had seen in other designs, but the versatility of the interior design, along with the slick rounded exterior, the full mesh front panel, and huge side window, all lent to its high ratings. Not only did we at TweakTown give the Core V71 an outstanding rating, but no one elsewhere could point out a failure with that design either. Being blunt
  7. August 31st, 2014 - by Matthew Wilson While all in one liquid cooling units continue to dominate the high end CPU cooling space, there is still plenty of room left in the market for a good old fashioned air cooler. Today we will be taking a look at the Frio 14 from Thermaltake. This CPU cooler promises minimal noise output at an affordable price but, does it deliver? Let’s find out… Overall, we are very impressed with the Thermaltake Frio14 silent CPU cooler. It was clearly designed from the ground up to deliver excellent cooling proficiency at very low noise levels. Temperatures
  8. August 26, 2014 - by Jan Ramon Fischer Thermaltake new Frio Silent Series - Frio Silent 14, another CPU cooler with non-interference cooling design for the use of high performance RAM and motherboards, 140mm fan silently enhance air flow to aid in performance. Fully compatible with RAM of all kinds, ideally for power users to fill their RAM slots with high-end overclocked RAM. We got a very positive review from Hartware. The cooler scores above average compared to ~30 regular CPU coolers, especially under load. Compared to other silent coolers, it scores 2nd out of ~30 coolers under l
  9. August 15, 2014 - by Kyle Bennett Today we are reviewing the Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX computer case. Thermaltake is a company that needs no introductions. To be honest, the reason most of us know the name is because you've probably, at some point in the past decade, had one (or more) of its products installed your system. In the early days, the Thermaltake brand was synonymous with performance cooling but, over the last few years, it is hard to find a segment of the industry the company hasn't expanded into. We have featured numerous product from Thermaltake in our product r
  10. August 10, 2014 - by NiKKTECH With the introduction of the first 120mm AIO (All In One) Liquid CPU Coolers a few years back regular users/consumers could now enter the water cooling world without the extra cost and work required when purchasing a custom kit. Of course it may have all started with the two most well-known AIO manufacturers in the world (namely Asetek and CoolIT) which in turn rebranded their solutions for a number of companies like Antec, Thermaltake and Corsair but now even more have joined up making the battle much fiercer than what it used to be. Competition is always a g
  11. August 5, 2014 - by Al Shuryan I have to say this last year has been a fantastic year for full tower cases and the design engineers are gifting the water cooling enthusiast, pro builder, expert builder and overclockers with some products to get very excited about. The Thermaltake Urban T81 is a full-tower water cooling engineered marvel that’s an affordable competitive alternative to the $300+ cases of 2012/13. These newly designed water cooling cases are something special. The room, use of space, bracket designs, mounting options are giving those serious about water cooling the foundati
  12. August 1, 2014 - by GDM Editorial Matsueda KiyoshiAkira Thermaltake new Mini-ITX chassis reviewed by hermitage akihabara in Japan, some part of the content is Google translated as follow: "Core V1" (Model: CA-1B8-00S1WN-00) cube-type Mini-ITX case that made its debut in the domestic market in about two months or so from the announcement, stated the (tax) 4,980 yen market expected selling price than the "COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2014" initially announced. Well, whatsoever, the impact is too strong to 4,980 yen market expected selling price excluding tax. That's why, it was a validation of w
  13. July 31, 2014 - by Chad Sebring Thermaltake breaks barriers with its latest cooler. Have a look at our first ever 360mm triple radiator AIO in Thermaltake's Water 3.0 Ultimate. Thermaltake proves that sometimes it is much better to be first once again. In short, the Water 3.0 Ultimate is the end all be all if you are looking for the most efficiency of any AIO we have tested. Of course, most others tested were 240mm systems, but also remember, even on the custom loops that got beat, they come with 60mm thick radiators, and outright kill the Water 3.0 on surface area, yet they coul
  14. Jul 24, 2014 - by Bob Buskirk For the past few years Thermaltake’s cases have sort of been mainstream, appealing to pretty much anyone who wants a case. While this may or may not be the best thing other case companies have been really becoming popular with enthusiast builders out there. At CES this past January Thermaltake told us that they were going to be returning to their roots with some of their new cases, making these cases specifically for builders, modders and enthusiasts. Today we are taking a looking at the Urban T81 Full Tower which features a dual-swing door design, full modu
  15. Thermaltake Wins the Prestigious “IDEA Award 2014†for the Innovational Core V71 Extreme Full Tower Chassis Virginia, United States – July 22, 2014 – Victory once again for Thermaltake! Carrying on the mission of “Delivering the perfect user experienceâ€, Thermaltake continues developing innovative and amazing products being the industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units. After receiving the “COMPUTEX d&i Awards 2014â€, Thermaltake is honored to celebrate the second victory with the “IDEA Award 2014†(International Design Excellence
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