Recently, a new audit came up on the site in a field we have not dealt with for a long time, the field of refrigerants in general and refrigeration units in particular, which becomes more and more competitive as time passes with the introduction of new refrigerants.
This makes it difficult for manufacturers of cooling products and they are forced to invest much more effort in product development and originality in order to attract buyers.
ThermalTake is a company that continuously manufactures refrigeration plants along with other products it manufactures (packages, water cooling kits, etc.). Recently, the company has increased the pace and released a wide range of cooling systems, the most recent of which is the Extreme Volcano 12, Criticism.
The heatsink in question is the latest in air cooling for K7 processors (at least from what Tt has to offer) and boasts a three-blade fan (a structure which, according to the company, prevents air vortices and streamlines cooling) and a massive copper body, which should address the heaviest overclockers and processors The hottest.
The new review by Omri Fima comes to examine whether ThermalTake's new product meets the expectations that the company has built for itself in light of its record in manufacturing refrigeration units, and whether it is a worthwhile purchase for those who are looking for quiet, not very animal cooling.
Quote from the review:
"In this version, the heat sink itself underwent a number of upgrades, which unfortunately saved the transition from the Volcano 9 to the Volcano 11. Although, like the heat sinks of the Volcano 7 and all those that came after it, the Volcano 12 is built in the standard structure of copper base and fins .
This time the heat sink gained a significant copper addition, and now weighs about 708 grams including a fan (!) Compared to 450 grams weighed by Vulcano 11. "