Thermaltake Jing somehow accomplishes cooling performance and silence

by Rafael Hernandez on October 20, 2010 · 0 comments

If you’ve ever been near a PC with high end hardware you’re all too aware of the sort of noise those performance heatsinks can put out with their over the top fan speeds. Thermaltake’s Jing heatsink goes for a different approach with open frame fans pushing air through its not-so-densely packed fins which minimizes the amount of noise put out by the cooler substantially. Normally such a design leaves a lot to be desired on the cooling performance front but it, somehow, keeps up with some of the better heatsinks out there which is quite surprising.

Thermaltake Jing Air Cooled Processor Heatsink Review @ HardOCP

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