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Thermaltake Dragon Orb 3
Page 3 - Conclusion
Author: Dan Podhola (WebMasterP)
Date: August 12, 2001
Category: Cooling
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The Dragon Orb 3 performed admirably and despite its horrible clip design, you still might want to take a look at it. (Just be sure and make sure you have enough room to install it right).

A 6° C temperature difference under stress is hard to ignore. This cooler is a damned good buy for a hard core overclocker or hobbiest. Also, for $34.00 at 2CoolTek you can't go wrong. There are cheaper coolers, but most of them do not perform nearly as well as the Dragon Orb 3. Besides, it looks cool and if you have a plexiglass window this is a must have. :)

Bottom line: It has its good points and its bad points. It cools wells, it is fairly priced, and it looks cool. Conversely, it is loud, and has a bad clip design. Just keep these things in mind if you are in the market for a new cooler.

The verdict is...

Final Score Editor's Choice

4.5 out of 5 Weird Blue Faces


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