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Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro

Posted February 1, 2009 by Jake in Cooling







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Specifications & Packaging

Some of the features of the BigTyp 14Pro:

Strong Cooling Structure
With mirror coating copper base, 6 copper heatpipes, supports up to TDP 130W

14cm Giant Fan with Blue LED
The downward flow big fan covers more area to help system cooling not only for CPU

VRT Fan Function
Allows you to adjust the fan speed for your need

Completely Silent
14cm fan could make good cooling effect at only low fan speed and generate minimum noise at the same moment

Universal Clip
For the mainstream PC platforms such as LGA775 and AM2 sockets

The specifications for the BigTyp 14Pro are as follows:

  • Compatibility: Intel LGA775, AMD 754/939/AM2/AM2+
  • Heatsink Dimension: 156(L) x 155(W) x 128(H) mm
  • Heatsink Material: Aluminum Fins w/ Copper Heatpipes & Base
  • Heatpipe: 6 mm x 12
  • Fan Dimension: 140 x 30 mm
  • Fan Speed: 1000 ~ 1600 RPM
  • Noise Level: 16 ~ 24 dBA
  • Max. Air Flow: 85.76 CFM
  • Max. Air Pressure: 1.60mm H2O
  • LED Fan: Blue LED
  • Power Connector: 3 Pin
  • Rated Voltage: 12 V
  • Started Voltage: 7 V
  • Rated Current: 0.32 A
  • Power Input: 3.84 W
  • MTBF: 50,000 Hours
  • Weight: 800 g

Thermaltake does a great job with packaging, as the BigTyp 14Pro is set in a quality box with lots of information, both photos and text.  All sides contain plenty of information about the product features and specification, including several colorful photos. The overall look is clean and nothing too garish.  Overall, it’s well done, and the typical Thermaltake branding is evident here.

Opening the box, the cooler is protected by a molded plastic housing. All the components and mounting hardware are contained in the small white box seen on the bottom. The contents are very secure and exhibited no damage in transit.

As far as accessories go, Thermaltake has included an assortment of goodies, including an installation manual, a swing-slip for installation onto AMD motherboards, two mounting brackets for LGA775 motherboards, screws, screw-nuts, SilMORE thermal compound, Thermaltake’s warranty slip, and a case badge/sticker.

Let’s take a closer look at the heatsink itself.

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