• Vizo Orbiter Hard Drive Cooler
  • Vizo Orbiter Hard Drive Cooler

    Author: Andrew
    Published: June 24th, 2009 2:13 PM
    Category: Cooling,Reviews
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main Vizo Orbiter Hard Drive Cooler

Introduction

Vizo is a manufacturer of a vast amount of drive enclosures and it seems that this is their specialist area. However, they also have a large collection of coolers. One are of cooling which is often overlooked is the hard drive. Vizo’s own solution for HD cooling is the Orbiter, today we’ve been lucky enough to get our hands on one.

About Vizo

“VIZO Technology Corporation is a leading global manufacturer and designer of computer peripheral products serving customers around the world. Established in Taiwan in 1992, VIZO has expanded and now operates in the market completely reorganized and prepared to meet the demand for high quality products which are “Made in Taiwan”.”

Specifications

  • Dimensions : 101.6 x 94.6 x 17.8 mm
  • DC Fan Dimensions : 60 x 60 x 15 mm ( 1 pcs )
  • Bearing Type : Sleeve Bearing
  • Speed : 3200 RPM
  • Noise Level : 20 dBA
  • Max Air Flow : 11.6 CFM
  • Rated Voltage : DC 12 V
  • Operating Voltage : DC 7 V ~ DC 13.2 V
  • Starting Voltage : DC 7 V
  • Rated Current : 0.17 A
  • Compatibility : 3.5" Bay
  • Weight : 50 g

Features

  • Easy to install for 3.5" HDD
  • Single fan provides the maximum airflow and pressure
  • Reduce hard disk drive temperature
  • Vogue design to decorate you PC
  • Extend hard disk drive lifetime
  • Blue LED light effect
  • Low dBA level

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