Thermaltake Jing Silent By Design CPU Cooler with Five Heatpipes, Dual Variable Speed 120mm Fans, and Universal CPU Socket Mounting CLP0574
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- Silent by Design. Two 120mm full-range user adjustable variable speed fans (800rpm ~ 1300rpm). Fan mounted with vibration-absorbent gaskets to decrease noise resonance.
- High thermal-efficiency heatsink design allows user to achieve lower CPU temperature without the need for high airflow fan.
- Included user-friendly mounting mechanism supports all Intel LGA 775 / 1156 / 1366 and AMD AM2 / AM2+ / AM3 CPU sockets. Single backplate for both AMD and Intel applications.
- Five 6mm heatpipes accelerates heat transfer from the heat source to the heat dissipating fins.
- Open-frame fan design that effectively decreases overall air-rebounding noise.
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Thermaltake's Jing, performance universal CPU cooler, is Silent by Design. Designed with high-performance computing enthusiasts in mind, Jing is the fusion of performance and quiet computing. Paired with two 1200mm user adjustable variable-speed fans and the similar award-winning heatsink construction found on the Frio, Jing delivers high-performance cooling with minimal noise output. Five 6mm heatpipes are soldered to the base with latest in soldering technology that dramatically improves heat conductivity allowing accelerated heat removal. Two included fans are strategically placed on opposite sides of the heatsink (with vibration-absorbent gaskets to decrease noise resonance) resulting in an optimal push-and-pull airflow over the stacked heat dissipating fins. Universal mounting mechanism supports all Intel LGA 775 / 1156 / 1366 and AMD AM2 / AM2+ / AM3 sockets.
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dose not fit eat the lest slot uses the top exhaust to push the air out ! so it sets not right taking air from the back of Pci-E and push it to up ! .
THE TEST :
on asua P7P55D MOBO .
core i5 2.67 (750)
cpu low temperature 38C
cpu high temperature 48C
cpu low temperature 23C
cpu high temperature 33C
Never Never pass 19 dBA on high speed
on low 12 dBA
but it is in there and my system has been up and running for over 3 months now... guess its no big deal ;)
Note: My motherboard it's: ASUS M4A785TD-M EVO