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Thermaltake T3000

Posted May 5, 2009 by Jake in Cooling







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A Closer Look

Getting down to what the T3000 offers:

  • Embedded QUAD Heatpipe greatly increase thermal dissipation.
  • Contemporary black coating with all aluminum material, combines aesthetic appeal
    with ultimate performance in notebook cooling.

  • Ultra slim design for ultimate comfort.
  • Supports all notebook up to 15" In screen size.
  • Skid-proof pad
  • Bevel cutting for ergonomic design
  • All aluminum material
  • 866g

The T3000 comes in a clear plastic-cased blister package, sleek graphics, and information contained about the product. Fairly straightforward, it’s not housed in a thick box though, so careful not to drop it.

After opening the package, the T3000 notebook cooler looks to be very professional, finished in a nice matte aluminum and black color. It does look rather sleek and should work aesthetically with just about any notebook on the market. There are feet to prevent your notebook from sliding around your desk. The T3000 isn’t very heavy, coming in under 2 lbs. It probably goes without saying, but due to the cooling fins on the underside, it’s not terribly comfortable if you expect to sit it on your lap to use. Unfortunately, it’s primarily designed for desk use.

On the bottom, we find 4 heatpipes, and a plethora of fins, designed to remove heat away from the notebook efficiently and quickly.

As you can see, the finish on the T3000 is even better than my notebook itself.
On a note about portability, the notebook cooler will quite happily sit in your notebook case, however, if you are a frequent flier like I am, I would certainly put this cooler in my suit case vs notebook case. I cannot see this making it past security.

Let’s now see how this cooler performs.

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