- TRUE Spirit 140 Direct
300 - 1300 RPM
15 - 21 dB
- 22 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build New Ryzen 1700X Build
Beautifully designed and equally beautifully made. Very nice, very efficient CPU heatsink and fan. It's performance comes close to a similar Noctua fan but at about half the price!
- 17 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Dark Toasty
Great silent cooler that doesn't block any RAM slots and can compete with mighty Noctua.
- 9 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build The RedBlack Ryzen
I dedicate a particular merit to the fantastic thermalright true spirit 140 power which allows me to keep a ryzen 5 1600x @ 3.7 with 1.2v at 28° on idle and 45° under load
- 6 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build BOOSTER GOLD
The CPU cooler I got is a mini step above the Cryorig H5, which is better than an H7. Looks really cool! It's almost sad to see how little market share Thermalright has, because they price like Cryorigs and perform like Noctuas. Thermalright was even generous enough to include anti static gloves and a microfiber cleaning cloth! I removed the 140mm fan it came with and replaced it with a Riing 12. Nothing wrong with the fan, just my personal preference.
Pros of CPU Cooler: - Priced aggressively - Simple and easy heatsink mounting system - Non intrusive logo - Doesn't block RAM slots or PCIe lanes - Quiet - Generous bundled items
Cons of CPU Cooler: - I don't like the fan mounting system - Instructions were at times lacking, I had to look online