On the basis of the visual presentation - if only in the packaging - one way or another figure appears very similar to the already hard-hitting martial arts weapons such as the Far Eastern style shuriken remember. I assume once that this presentation as part deliberately been chosen in general, the accessories industry in the Far East seems to take on some optical bonds aforementioned weapons optics, see for example the new 80 fan grill.
That must be left Thermaltake, they always manage to put their Orb products to highly impressive scene, whether the new Dragon Orb 3 also outperform the lives up to its looks, and the resounding weapon in the fierce competition in the CPU cooler area, it will be seen in the test, the stately fighting weight of 650 grams and the good looks seem promising.
In a nutshell, either the Phon-meter from Thermaltake or my ears have a claim, the specification of 37dBA is simply incomprehensible, subjectively, I contend that it is at least 44 dBA and is roughly the sound development of the new YS
Tech 60 High Speed 40 CFM fan meets. Here we come again on the subject of measurement and subjective perception of the different real sentient human sense organs, he's just loud, though acceptable.
Due to the enormous weight of 650g Thermaltake did well to set up an every 6 socket retaining bracket tabs comprehensive, the relatively high center of gravity for hanging, tower-like assembly capacity already firmly on the base.
Despite all the pressure from the retaining clip is very good and not too strong, the assembly and disassembly can be accomplished relatively easily with a little skill, but a little more care should be used to prevent jamming or the CPU die to avoid injury, a spacer may, but need not be used.
Very well the very simple way, the radiator is broken down into its component parts to this, if necessary to clean dust and dirt particles. Even on well-thought out holes for the screw driver was thought even for the very good bracket, a very well thought out layout cooler by Thermaltake.