Thermaltake Releases New V1R Memory Cooler

"Thermaltake has announced their new V1R heatpipe memory cooler."

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Thermaltake V1R

Thermaltake Releases New V1R Memory Cooler

As PC enthusiasts begin to push their RAM further and further in frequency, the cooling of the modules has become a larger concern.  After the successful launch of their first Spirit RS cooler, Thermaltake has decided to release another heatpipe-based cooler: the V1R.

Based on Thermaltake's V1 CPU cooler, the V1R features the Dual-VTM architecture, utilizing V-shaped copper fins set around a copper heatpipe.  The V1R also utilizes features seen in the Spirit RS cooler: the adjustable heatpipe thermal module, aluminum extruded heatspreader.  All of this was designed for maximum heat transfer capabilities and easy fitting.

The V1R RAM cooler is compatible with all DDR and DDR2 memory modules, with two sizes of memory pads for fitting on single- or double-sided modules.

Heat spreader
Thermal module
Ø 6mm Heatpipe + Copper fin

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02-11-2007, 05:36:53

Hi Pascal

Just wanted to let you know that the Thermochill arrived safe and sound here in Australia yesterday. Well packaged and extremely happy with the price to ship it to my neck of the woods.

Thanks again

PV :)

02-11-2007, 23:44:17

After having a look at the radiator thoroughly, I have noticed some damage. Now whether this has happened on the UK side or the Aus side during shipping I don't know. But it does perhaps highlight the need for better protection around the radiator itself. What I want to know is whether it poses an issue further down the track.





I wanted to throw this into my new project I'm working on and I will be needing another. Can anyone assess whether it is going to be a problem, as I'm not sure what damage has been done internally to the bottom tank. Plus I didn't receive any screws (6 x 1/2" self tappers) for the fans which I understand are supposed to be included. The top ones for the shroud I know are optional.

03-11-2007, 07:35:49

Hi PV,

Sorry to hear you have had some issues :(

was the box also damaged in the same area?

Also I will checkout if there is anything to be concerned about with the damage in that area but we will of course exchange it for you if you would prefer a different one.

03-11-2007, 07:49:11

Hi Pascal and thanks for the swift reply :)

The box wasn't damaged or torn in any way, in-fact it was as perfect as a cardboard box could be. Where you ran the tape to secure the barbs on to the box covered the corner where the damage happened so I guess that's why I didn't see it initially. I've sent a PM to Marci to see what he has to say, but I'd appreciate it if you could find out for me too...just in case. If I need to send it back then I'd rather know now before having to uninstall it from my project.

Can you shed some light on the screws for the fans too please mate. According to the sheet insert on the rad there were supposed to be some screws supplied (12 - 6g x 1/2". Or perhaps I have misread. When I got my other Thermochill rad quite some time ago I was sure they were included....but I may be mistaken.

Kind Regards

03-11-2007, 08:04:58

Hi PV Screws should have been included so I will send you out another pack FOC :)

03-11-2007, 08:13:24

Ah coolio I thought so

Thanks for that kind offer Pas, it's appreciated :)

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