The fans on the Thermaltake Frio OCK are completely removable; here we can see the cooler without the fans attached. The cooler has 48 fins that are 0.4mm thick and spaced approximately 1mm apart. The denseness of the fins lets you know that you need a fan that can move some serious air to ensure you’re getting proper cooling.
The fans are attached together almost like a shroud for the cooler. This makes removing them extremely easy. These fans are not lighted with LEDs or anything of the sort. With all the styling they put into the design of the Frio OCK, I was expecting LED fans.
Here you can get a pretty good idea of the top of the Frio OCK. Thermaltake designed this with inspiration from what I believe is a Terran Bunker from the hit PC game ‘Starcraft 2’.
As I mentioned before, the fans are controllable. Here is the fan controller that allows you to adjust them. If this fan controller is removed, the fans default to their slowest speed.
The Frio OCK has a flat base which is made of copper and plated with nickel. Notice that this isn’t an HDT or Heatpipe Direct Touch cooler. The base was extremely flat, but has a machined pattern to it.
From the side we are able to count that there are six copper, nickel plated heatpipes which measure 6mm each.