CPU coolers - nobody really likes to think about them much. They just sit on top the CPU and keep it from frying. Most end users are happy with the cooler that came with the CPU and have little realization that the Stock CPU cooler really won't do the job of keeping the CPU cool and certainly won't allow for any real overclocking. Look at the facts though. The overclocking community is just a small percentage of end users. Most end users will look at you and say, 'Overclocking. I've heard of that.' Sad but true. Most people don't overclock and in most cases review sites tend to cater to that community.
Bjorn3D is just as guilty as any other high end hardware site in catering to the overclocking community. But in this case we're looking out for the Modding community. Modding a CPU cooler yourself really isn't a good idea but there are some unique coolers out there that have the pre-modded look. We're going to look at one today that's aimed more for modders than overclockers, the Thermaltake SpinQ.
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