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Review of Thermaltake's SpinQ...finally

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by kenkickr, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. kenkickr

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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Actually I have read a couple of reviews and have heard its not bad. It's no TRUE but not bad.. Heard it was big.
     
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    man that is one crazy looking design...

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    Found that just couple of days ago... That must be the most baddest assest looking cooler! I don't know why I think about a tumble dryer that rips your clothes when I look at that :D

    Maybe they should move the longest two heatpipes to the other side... It could make it a little tougher and maybe optimize some heat trasfer.

    I've read somewhere that in some point heatpipe will lose a lot of its efficiency when it is too long. I think thats the thing in Scythe Orochi.
     
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    I have to admit that this are a " smart design " .

    As simple viewer i admire the people behind this idea .

    As buyer , i know that its not a miracle , as the gain in comparison with other " well made " products , its small .
    Air cooling does not hide large surprises this days .
    Not that the ancient water cooling is considered as innovative ..
     

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