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    Name: TT-6025A
    Company: Thermaltake
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    SLCentralHardwareReviewsCooling Mar 20th, 2018 - 9:55 AM EST
    Thermaltake TT-6025A
    Author: Mike Kitchenman
    Date Posted: July 26th, 2001
    Rating: 9/10 SystemLogistics
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    Fans today have become an integral part of cooling any high-end system. With the most important fan in the box being the one on top of the heat sink. Today the top performer for CPU fans is the delta 60mm unit. This badboy puts out 36 to 38 cfm of cooling power, at an ear piercing 47 dBA. Recently Thermaltake put out a new 60mm kit that has specs that are kinda hard to believe! 31 cfm at a mere 28 dBA, putting it really close to a loud whisper. Impressive numbers, but can the real fan hold up to these claims?


    When I received the fan I was happily surprised by the simple package. It consisted of a clear plastic box, which held the fan and its accompanying extras, a 3 to 4 pin adapter and a set of long screws to use in case you need them.

    Packaging: 2/2

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