Thermaltake Releases MeOrb Cooler For HTPC

"Thermaltake has released a new low profile cooler -the MeOrb"

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Thermaltake MeOrbLately, Thermaltake releases a new low profile cooler, MeOrb. It is only 47mm in height and can fit in your HTPC chassis. Users now don’t need to worry about the overheat problem will happen to their lovely chassis and CPU.

MeOrb is designed to solve the thermal problem of HTPC. HTPC is very popular in the PC world because it is smaller and it is more stylish to display in a living room. However, the thermal problem can be a headache because the limited space. MeOrb’s low height and good performance can help you to solve this problem.

MeOrb has many attractive features you cannot miss. First, MeOrb is equipped with two heatpipes and mirror coating copper base and they can maximize the transferring speed from the CPU to the aluminum fins. On the other hand, it also has the PWM function. Therefore, it can automatically adjust the fan speed between 800 and 1700 RPM according to the CPU temperature. Thermaltake design team also take care the noise problem. MeOrb’s special fan blade will reduce the turbulence of the air flow. Users will not need to suffer for the annoying noise.

If you have a good-looking HTPC, you should make sure you have a good cooler to solve the thermal problem. MeOrb is the best choice for you. Now, find more about MeOrb from the official Web Site.

MeOrb Product Page

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15-01-2009, 06:49:20

HazzyP
Hi there,

Ive got a 26" Sharp Aquos TV rigged up to my pc (gtx280) via the standard pc connection (HD one doesnt seem to work).

Problem is when I start up the pc it displays out of range until it is midway through booting vista and the pic comes on the screen.

If I press delete during boot up to go into bios there is no display after out of range.

Any ideas how to get into my bios or get my screen to pick up the signals? Tried multiple resolutions, only 60hz is supported so I dont change that.

cheers.

18-01-2009, 21:45:41

frenchBoy
Try the other output on the GPU, on my gtx 280 bios only shows on the lower output (furthest away from the green light). Had me stumped for a while to.

21-01-2009, 13:22:05

Diablo
I would say exactly the same. On mine, if I get it wrong, the little 17" monitor is the only one on till windows comes up on welcome screen.
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