Minimalistic fans which provide more airflow.
Bright green color.
Adjustable fan speeds.
Compatible with both Intel and AMD systems.
Ultra Silent @ 800RPM.
Support dual 120mm fans.
5 x 6 copper heatpipes.
AMD installation doesn’t exhaust out the rear of the case.
Clearance issue over AMD systems that have high RAM heat spreaders.
Noisy high fan speeds.
Tall RAM Heatsinks will not clear the first two DIMM slots of some motherboards.
Fan speed adjusters can potentially be in awkward locations.
High price pits it directly against the very best air coolers.
Fiddly, dangling fan controllers.
Cannot easily replace fans.
By FrostyTech on June 02, 2011
Weighing a hefty 920 grams, the Thermaltake Jing stands 161mm tall and installs onto Intel socket 775/1155/1156/1366 and AMD socket AM2/AM3+ processors. ...80
By APH Networks on May 26, 2011
Ching Chang Ping Pong Chan Zhou and Jing. I wonder, if you had to take a guess, would you say that those random sounds and letter combinations are of Chinese origin? Well, you have guessed right. In fact, nowadays, with a population of over 1.3...75
By iXBT Labs on May 13, 2011
Today we shall examine Thermaltake Jing that succeeds Frio and similarly features a large heatsink and two fans. However, while Frio is more suited for overclocker rigs, Jing is tailored to low-noise machines. Thermaltake Jing is a tower CPU cooler...-
By Overclockers Club on May 04, 2011
As I stated previously while wrapping up the results, the Thermaltake Jing doesn't perform far off from the overall average of the comparison coolers. I expected, for its heavy weight of 960g, that it would have a slight advantage to compensate for...-
By Legit Reviews on April 14, 2011
The Thermaltake Jing CPU cooler is a nice quiet cooling solution for the mainstream user. Costing $63.74 it is getting into the high end air range, but still affordable. The Jing also comes with a 3 year warranty....-
By ThinkComputers on April 10, 2011
The Thermaltake Jing certainly is a unique CPU cooler with some unique features. The first thing that caught my eye was the green coloring of the cooler. After a while I got used to the color, but I don’t think it’s something I would want...70
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on March 21, 2011
The Thermaltake Jing stood toe to toe with the best cooler I had available and managed to strike a perfect balance between performance and sound. There is a speed control knob, though even at max speed the fans were quieter than the case fans I am...-
By Hi Tech Legion on March 10, 2011
Some may look at this cooler and think that it's tacky because of the colors. People with green LEDs, or maybe a neon green water cooling setup, would welcome a cooler of this color. But seriously, in all honesty, how many people actually look at...-
By Pureoverclock on March 08, 2011
The Thermaltake Jing continues in the heatpipe technology tradition, a design that we've seen to be very effective for cooling efficiency when used in a tower-style setup, doing a respectable job at keeping an i7 2600K overclocked at 4.8GHz under...-
By Bit-tech.net on March 02, 2011
The Jing's caveat is not noise or performance - it scored highly in both these areas. Using its lowest fan speed setting, which has the fans spinning at 800rpm, it's extremely quiet indeed and performed similarly to the excellent in our LGA1155...80