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Monday, May 25, 2009
Thermaltake SpinQ CPU Cooler

2. The package

The Thermaltake SpinQ cpu cooler comes in a rather big package You can have a look at the device through the transparent window on the box. The retail price of the SpinQ is around $60, as found at several online stores. The product is fully compatible with LGA 1366, LGA 775 (Intel) and AM2 (AMD) sockets.

Everything inside the box is well packaged and secured. Besides the CPU cooler, you can find several clips for the each socket, mounting screws and a printed manual:

The cooler is high sized with 152mm height, 121mm width and 90mm depth.

The Thermaltake SpinQ features six heat pipes with a diameter of 6mm each. Each heat pipe goes through the aluminum fins and goes down to the base. The design is pretty impressive, especially at the dark due to the blue-backlight fan.

The 80x85mm fan spins at 1000 ~ 1600 RPM, adjustable through the small switch.

The base is big enough to fully cover the cpu area:

Installing the Thermaltake SpinQ is very easy. All you have to do is use the the included screws and mount the corresponding Intel/AMD standard clip to the base. Then simply push down the four clips to secure the cpu cooler. The whole process won't take you more than 5 minutes.

As you can see the coolers size could make it difficult to install it in small PC cases.




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