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Date: September 17th, 2007
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermalright
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES



 

Technical Spec

Dimension:


L116.2 x W95.6 x H27.6mm (heatsink only)

Weight:


290g (heatsink only)


The V2 is an all-copper cooler with four heatpipes. As you can see, it's also relatively small and lightweight. The above dimensions and weight data are for the cooler only; adding a fan will add more millimeters and grams. Below are compatibility charts taken from the Thermalright website.


 

 



I like the fact that Thermalright has taken the time to provide prospective customers with detailed fitment information.

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION




Thermalright has never been accused of putting out flashy packaging. A plain brown cardboard box used to be the norm, but I see they've added a window to the V2's box. After all, it's what's inside that counts. And inside this rather unassuming carton is the uniquely designed cooler, mounting hardware, thermal paste, a sticker and installation guides.

 

 


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