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Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: October 27, 2010
Page: 2 of 8
The Thermaltake Jing
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In Figure 4, you see the front of the cooler. The green fan is mounted on a fancy-shaped gray frame.



Thermaltake Jing
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Figure 4: Front view

In Figure 5, you see the side of the cooler. Note that the fans are not identical. The front one pushes air into the heatsink, while the rear one pulls air from it. They spin on the same direction (when viewed from the side), and the blades of the first fan are mirrored in relation to the blades of the second fan. You will be able to see this better in Figure 9.

Thermaltake Jing
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Figure 5: Side view

In Figure 6, you can check the rear side of the cooler.

Thermaltake Jing
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Figure 6: Rear view

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