When on the look out for a new case to out fit your rig, you may have a peek over at what NZXT is producing. NZXT is still a young company, only being established in 2004. However, they have produced a fairly decent sized list of computer chassis, some with a very unique design and look. With the NZXT Khaos at hand, one can only speculate as to what NZXT has in mind as a "unique" and "unparalleled design."
Today, at TechwareLabs we get the treat of being able to test the Thermaltake Spin Q. The Spin Q is no joke; with its stylish futuristic jet engine like appearance and its unique airflow design it's no wonder they have been winning countless awards for their products.
Are you tired of that old heatsink? Is your CPU overheating or are just looking for something snazzy to be placed on your motherboard? Well, maybe you should take a peak at Thermaltake's Big Typ 14Pro. Thermaltake's heatsinks have been winning armloads of awards for quite a few years now. If the massive 140mm fan does not get your attention, then maybe the copper heatpipes and the bright blue LED will.