Date: 02-22-04
Category: Reviews/Cooling
Author: Gundeep Hora
Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Thermaltake is known for their quality products worldwide. Thermaltake took their product line to the next level when they introduced their Extreme line. The extreme product line has heatsink combos, chipset coolers, and VGA coolers. The extreme product line has been designed by keeping the ultimate enthusiast in mind.

Today we will be taking a look at the Thermaltake Extreme Giant III VGA Cooler. This cooler is the next generation VGA cooler from Thermaltake and is also a big brother to the Giant II. With the addition of two fans and all aluminum body, the cooler claims high performance. Without further ado, let's begin the close analysis of the Thermaltake Extreme Giant III VGA Cooler.



The Giant III comes with lots of accessories. There are 3 x bags of screws, 1 x fan switch, 1 x user's manual, 2 x clip sets, 1 x thermal compound tube, and 1 x 3-pin motherboard connector. The manual, as always, is easy to understand and follow.

Thermaltake has adopted new fan switches. The latest fan switches are simply gorgeous to say the least. The fan switch can be operated at low, medium, and high modes. There is also an on/off button that operates the top blower fan on the cooler. The fan switch matches very nicely with the overall VGA cooler. To cover the extended wires, Thermaltake used wire sleeves. Due to the number of accessories in the package and to prevent installation complications, Thermaltake also labeled the pieces. The packaged contents were undoubtedly professional and thanks to Thermaltake for doing such a great job on them.



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