Thermaltake SpinQ

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About the Product

This CPU cooler unit for Intel 775 and AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM2+ CPUs features a 80 x 85 x 80 mm fan (1000-1600 RPM, 86.5 CFM, 19-28 dBA) and 90 x 151.85 x 121.63 mm aluminum fin and copper heatpipe/base heatsink.

Reviews

Thermaltake SpinQ Reviews Rating: 83 out of 100 based on 7 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
Futurelooks.com 8.5/10 Dec 02 '09
LegitReviews.com  --- Mar 29 '10
techPowerUp! 7.3/10 Mar 16 '10
Bjorn3D 7.5/10 Apr 24 '09
Frosty Tech 78% Jan 20 '09
HardwareLogic 86/100 Jul 27 '09
Legion Hardware  --- Nov 07 '08
Modders-Inc 8/10 May 20 '09
Ninjalane 5/5 Jan 30 '09
Overclockers Club  --- Dec 04 '08
OverclockersOnline  --- Feb 05 '09
PC Perspective  --- Mar 05 '09
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Mar 31 '09
Red & Blackness Mods  --- Dec 30 '08
Technic3D  --- Aug 04 '09
Techware Labs  --- May 12 '09
ThinkComputers 8/10 Dec 15 '08
Tweak Town 87% Feb 04 '09
TweakNews.net  --- Dec 31 '08
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"The SpinQ gave us a little more overclocking headroom than the Intel Stock Cooler on the Q6600 which granted, is a 65nm part, and isn't real easy to cool. That's what makes the Q6600 good for CPU..."

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Frosty Tech on

"Ultimately, while the Thermaltake SpinQ heatsink is a good heatsink, it isn't able to stand out from the crowd. Better manufacturing control may have influenced the SpinQ's efficiency if all six..."

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Futurelooks.com on

"In the end, the SpinQ is all about performance using air. The numbers produced show that. There’s a few minor bugs to work out and add on in another revision, but overall I could see myself using..."

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HardwareLogic on

"All and all, if you're an enthusiast who just wants to knock off a few degrees from their CPU temp, the SpinQ is worthy of consideration. It offers a unique design, looks great, and performs well..."

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Legion Hardware on

"Priced at roughly $70 US the SpinQ is not exactly affordable, which is a problem given its lack-luster performance. This price tag puts it in direct competition with the most extreme high-end CPU..."

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