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Easy to install and maintain.
Light and quiet.
Provides great cooling under the heavy CPU load times.
Adjustable fan speed.
Easy universal CPU installation.
Adjustable fan speed.
Excellent Quality Mounting Hardware.
Short fan speed controller cable.
Nearly impossible to replace fan if it dies.
Red is the only choice for LED lighting.
Not the best cooling performance.
Mechanical Fan Speed Control/No PWM.
Somewhat Loud at 1600 RPM.
No 4pin connector.
By PCWorld New Zealand on April 06, 2011
Keeping your computer’s processor running cool is an important and difficult job – particularly when we have scorching hot summers like the one just been in New Zealand – and if my old high school electronics teacher is to be believed...
By The Best Case Scenario on November 11, 2010
Sometimes you find a piece of hardware that you like: it's effective, it's different, it's appealing for whatever reason personally. You admire it, you buy it if you can and you use it. Then the designers come along and make it better. Enter...
By UMLan on September 17, 2010
What can I say, Thermaltake did it again. With SpinQ VT on your side I feel strongly that there wouldn't be any problems with running some of the most recent processors on the market. What makes this CPU cooler a high performing one is its size....
By Bigbruin on July 16, 2010
The design of the Thermaltake SpinQ VT is one of its most interesting features. With the cooling potential so close to other coolers, the design will become the deciding factor. While other coolers are sticking with the tower design (and there's...
By Rbmods.com on June 08, 2010
The Thermaltake SpinQ VT is a decent cooler all around cooler. It is light weight and doesn’t use backplate for the motherboard. Installation is a snap, installing right onto the existing stock hardware on the motherboard. Aesthetics are very good...
By TechwareLabs on May 25, 2010
Thermaltake’s SpinQ VT brought some differences to their original design. Different material and different structure. The tests show that it definitely can hold it’s own. With an overclocked CPU the temperature’s stayed in a low range....
By X-bit Labs on May 21, 2010
The two coolers I have reviewed and tested today prove that beauty can be effective, even though not always. Xigmatek Balder features a nice-looking shiny heatsink, dazzling heat pipes and pretty fan highlighting, but also delivers decent cooling...
By Hi Tech Legion on May 12, 2010
There is definitely some give and take with the Thermaltake SpinQ VT, but that is to be expected. The design is very different from traditional and, let’s be honest, one would assume was initially aimed at looking good. It’s a credit to...
By LanOC Reviews on May 03, 2010
The SpinQ VT first and foremost looks great, which is a tremendous asset especially for those enthusiasts looking for a cooling solution to show off. Installation is very simple, and even saved this reviewer the trouble of removing the entire...
By Maximum PC on March 15, 2010
Too bad looks aren't everything Thermaltake’s first SpinQ cooler (reviewed February 2009) had style for sure—it looked like a blue-lit stack of bike gears with a fan in the middle, mounted sideways. The SpinQ VT adopts the same basic...
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