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Wednesday, 22 September 2010 10:49

Thermaltake Jing CPU cooler tested - 6. Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: CPU cooling in style


Thermaltake Jing was announced a few weeks back with the MSRP at $59.99. As usual, Europe got a higher pricing and here you’ll have to set aside more than €60. Pricing says that this is a high-end, high-performance CPU cooler and our testing corroborates that.

Jing is a high-tower cooler with two preinstalled 12cm fans that will fit on any currently popular Intel or AMD sockets. The fans can be controlled via the connected regulators, meaning that you’ll assume full control over the performance-noise ratio.  

The finishing touches are truly exquisite. The cooler is easy to mount and the fans can be taken off in a moment, without having to take the cooler out. Not everyone might like Jing’s color scheme, but we really liked it as it made our rig look much fresher.

All in all, Thermaltake Jing is one potent cooler that has done really well on our test and we’d cordially recommend it.




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