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     CeBIT : Thermaltake, 14cm better than 11 ?
      Posted on 04/03/2008 at 17:39 by Marc
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    After the BigTyp 14 presented at the CES, Thermaltake is taking advantage of the CeBIT to launch a new CPU cooling system equipped with a 14cm fan. The V14 Pro thus borrows the design of theV1 launched a year ago but which had an 11cm fan. Based on the idea that bigger is better, this cooling system should offer interesting results.



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