Thermaltake Jing CPU Heatsink Review

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Introduction to the Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler

Thermaltake has had some big successes over the years when it comes to air cooling, how many of you out there remember their Big Typhoon? The Big Typhoon was one of the best CPU coolers of its time. While they had some very good coolers before that (Volcano 7+ and Orbs), it is products like the Typhoon which really put Tt on the map, and as of late the Frio continues the trend of dominance. There has been talks of another cooler from Thermaltake, the FrioOCK, that is supposes to be the next great air cooler; however, until we get a chance to play with it we will let our latest sample tide us over in the meantime.

So without further adieu we present the Thermaltake Jing, which is definitely an eye catcher with its green and white on chrome color scheme. When I first saw it we to having mixed feelings about the colors used, but those colors also have no impact on cooling performance, so we will let that slide. Now, if the weight and fan configuration are any indication to the performance, well then the Jing should be a winner as it weighs 920 grams and features a push-pull fan configuration.