Thermaltake SpinQ HSF has 360 degree dissipation

Another CPU cooler out, one year in the making.

Cameron Wilmot
Published Thu, Oct 30 2008 7:02 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
Thermaltake hasn't decided to sit down and take a breather yet; today they released yet another product and this time it is a pretty special looking CPU cooler that looks rather interesting and unique.

The SpinQ cooler was said to be in development for one year and uses a special spiral type design to dissipate hot air from the CPU over a full 360 degrees. This one won't work on upcoming Core i7 Socket 1366 processors, at least it doesn't come with a bracket for the new socket, but it will work on just above all current processors.

To welcome the new cooler to the world, Thermaltake uploaded a video introducing it and you can watch it below.

You can find more information including plenty of pictures of the new cooler over at the dedicated website which Thermaltake made, right here.

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