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    After a somewhat lengthy hiatus of new product releases in the world of CPU cooling, Thermaltake has recently returned with a vengeance, launching several new products. Today we’ll be examining the BigTyp 14Pro, the successor to their venerated Big Typhoon cooler. It has been about three years since the Big Typhoon hit the market and made quite a splash, but much can change in this industry in three years, so let's find out if the BigTyp 14Pro can live up to its lineage.



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    Big is right, I cannot help but think that if they had made the heat pipe a direct touch , temps would have been lower

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