Thermaltake DuOrb installation is extremely simple, which has become a common feature of almost all contemporary VGA and CPU cooling solutions.
Two enclosed retention plates should be screwed on to the cooler base. The retention spindles then go into the special holes in these plates:
After that you should place the graphics card on top of the cooler (it is more convenient to do it this way rather than the other way around) and tighten it with the retention screws from the back side:
Thermaltake DuOrb doesn’t require you to use any special tools and the whole installation procedure takes about 5 minutes.
The card with installed Thermaltake DuOrb cooler looks very beautiful:
Thermaltake DuOrb is not any thicker than a standard Radeon HD 3870 cooler:
So, you will only lose one slot next to the PCI-E when the whole thing is installed into your system case:
Thermaltake DuOrb will add a pretty-looking blue lighting to your system in the dark:
The new Thermaltake cooler with unique design is priced at $50.