Thermaltake Release The Ruby Orb CPU Cooler

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OC3D Press Release

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Thermaltake Technology announces the newest member of the Orb series CPU coolers – the all-new Ruby Orb. The Ruby Orb utilizes an radial dissipation design that is unique in the cooling industry. The number of cooling fins multiply as they extend from the center of the Ruby Orb to reduce backpressure on the fan and faster heat dissipation. The y-split fin design allows the Ruby Orb to maximise its cooling fins up to 140 fins at the end to provide extended cooling surface and smooth airflow.

The Ruby Orb uses a 120mm ultra-silent fan outputting only 17dBA to let the users enjoy peace and quiet while the computer is performing at its very best.

The Ruby Orb includes a built-in red LED clear fan that, when lit with the ruby red heatsink fins, the cooler as whole looks absolutely stunning. The Ruby Orb differs from our famous Blue Orb II in that it is made of entirely aluminum for weight reduction.  The Ruby Orb supports Intel’s newest Core 2 Duo CPU and AMD AM2 CPU, perfect for Socket LGA775/AM2/939/940/754 processors.

If you would like more information on Thermaltake's Ruby Orb, head over to their website here.

Feel free to discuss this latest product release from Thermaltake in our forum

Thermaltake Ruby Orb

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Most Recent Comments

15-05-2007, 23:42:17

Buy 2 and put them in Raid 0 = 300gb = winner :) if you have the £ that is.

16-05-2007, 00:36:15

You may want to look into getting a SCSI drive. You can get 300GB drives there at 10k and 15k rpms. A decent adapter is a pci-x for $70 or a pci-e I've seen for around $150. I currently run two u160 150gb scsi drives in raid-0 for my main system drive, and two 36 gb in raid1 on my server system drive (linux)

16-05-2007, 04:06:19

SCSI drives are just as expensive. Get 2 plain SATA2 drives and RAID them. Better value and just as fast as a raptor.

28-09-2007, 12:45:40

If you have the money just buy 2 and put them in a raid config

28-09-2007, 12:49:15

Mr. Smith

Generally speaking, threads over 3 months old shouldn't be revived... Unless they are hot topics... Otherwise it's kinda spamming


28-09-2007, 12:50:24

Sorry i keep doing this By mistake :(:(:(

28-09-2007, 12:54:20


Check the OP's date and if it's very old, don't post

This is your last warning, next is some nasty warning points and your post count will be reset to 0

28-09-2007, 13:34:42

Is it just me or is'nt the ST postage discount for those that have CONTRIBUTED to the forum with 25 posts or above?

Sorry i keep doing this By mistake :(:(:(

A fine example of how to raise your post count to 25, by spamming 25 times in less than 24 hrs, just to get a postage discount at ST.

Can we get a round of applause everybody please - or a whopping slap upside his head! :whack:

28-09-2007, 13:57:15

I deleted a load of spam posts, but some were contributing so it's hard to tell

28-09-2007, 17:23:41

No worries, i've had my rant. Just seemed ridicorous to me.

TC Kempez.

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