Cogage TRUE Spirit CPU Cooler

Cogage TRUE Spirit CPU CoolerThermalright’s new offspring is Cogage. Cogage is targeted at gamers, mainstream users and moderate overclocker. Cogage opens with two coolers: TRUE Spirit which we are reviewing today and the MST-140. Each of the coolers are aimed at two different users. The Spirit which looks pretty similar to the original Ultra-120. And is geared to cool your overclocked CPU while the MST-140 is aimed at the person that is in need of a cooler for tight spaces like HTPC and SFF boxes. Even though the Spirit and the Ultra-120 look similar they do have their differences. What are they? Read on and find out.

Introduction

It seems that companies are all doing pretty the same thing these days. One thing that we are seeing becoming a trend is companies branching off to open a ‘gamers or mainstream’ brand. One of the biggest companies to do it was Coolermaster when they opened CM and introduced two cases in the Sniper and the Scout. Both being great cases cost cheaper than the ones branded by the parent company. Our next review item is coming from a company that is doing the same. This company is one that many of us consider the best when it comes to cooling. That company is Thermalright. Thermalright is the manufacturer of the Ultra 120 Extreme CPU cooler. A cooler that many companies target to try and conquer.

Thermalright’s new offspring is Cogage. Cogage is targeted at gamers, mainstream users and moderate overclocker. Cogage opens with two coolers: TRUE Spirit which we are reviewing today and the MST-140. Each of the coolers are aimed at two different users. The Spirit which looks pretty similar to the original Ultra-120. And is geared to cool your overclocked CPU while the MST-140 is aimed at the person that is in need of a cooler for tight spaces like HTPC and SFF boxes. Even though the Spirit and the Ultra-120 look similar they do have their differences. What are they? Read on and find out.

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