Thermaltake SpinQ CPU Cooler
July 24, 2009
-- Thermaltake is a Taiwanese based company based on the extensive knowledge of PC thermal management. It is well-known to most PC enthusiasts.
Thermaltake has released the SpinQ CPU cooler, which are able to slap on the CPU socket to keep the processor’s temperature down. The SpinQ uses an 80mm centrifugal style fan instead of a standard blade fan. This fan not only cools the fins of the cooler but air is drawn in both ends and blown out in all directions across the body of the SpinQ. The packaging for the Thermaltake SpinQ CPU Cooler is a very simplistic and refined looking package, as it is colored and brilliant white cooler with a black top and bottom.
Apart from the cylindrical array of spiral cut aluminum fins, this CPU cooler features six heat pipes, and an integrated squirrel-cage blower with LEDs and variable speed control. One of the highlighting features of the SpinQ design is that it pulls air in from both ends and blows the air out radially through the aluminum fins, which helps cool the CPU socket area. Moreover, the heat pipes are commonly used to efficiently transport heat from one location to another.
This CPU cooler system produces a good cooling effect, even at low speed for minimal noise. There is mirror coating copper base that conducts heat effectively from CPU and gets more surfaces to dissipate the heat. But the problem with this cooler is that the fins are to close together. Also fins don't have any dimples or impressions to improve turbulence and heat dissipation. In short, with the stylish futuristic jet engine like appearance and its unique airflow design, this cooler protects our PC more efficiently.
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