ThermalTake has designed quite a number of interesting heatpipe heatsinks of late but the DUORB surely takes the cake with it’s twin-orb design. The design is not just used in the CPU cooler as we see but has also been made available for some time as a GPU cooler and has proven to be fairly popular in our forums – something we would attribute to its good cooling performance and the tested and proven: Bling Factor. If the CPU cooler proves to be as good as it’s GPU counterpart, ThermalTake might have a winner in its hands.


The DUORB features a total of 6 heatpipes – 3 for each of the orbs.


The base of the DUORB has a mirror finish and the heatpipes are soldered to the fins. Both of which are good signs.


The DUORB uses a pair of 80mm frameless fans rated at 0.20A each.


The DUORB comes with mounting mechanisms for both AM2 and LGA-775.
A sticker (Key 3) is also included for those who enjoy decorating their casings.

Let’s take a look at the basic specifications of the DUORB before we move on.

P/N
CL-P0464
Compatibility
 
Intel
(Socket LGA 775)
Core 2 Extreme
Core 2 Quad
Core 2 Duo
Pentium D
Pentium 4
Pentium
Celeron D
Celeron
AMD
(Socket AM2/AM2+)
Athlon 64 FX
Athlon 64 X2
Athlon 64
Sempron
Dimension
202(L) x 106(W) x 86(H) mm
Heatsink Material
Copper/Aluminum Fins
Copper Base
Heatpipe
Copper Pipe Ø 6 mm x 6
Fan Dimension
Ø 80 x 20 mm
Rated Voltage
12V
Started Voltage
5V
Power Input
5.04W (2 Fans)
Fan Speed
2000 RPM
Max. Air Flow
37.67CFM
Max. Air Pressure
1.27 mmH2O
Noise
21dBA
Life Expectation
50,000hrs
Connector
3 Pin
Weight
598g
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