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Cooling Article (117)

Noctua NF-F12 & NF-A14 Industrial PPC Fan Review

Noctua NF-F12 & NF-A14 Industrial PPC Fan Review

» January 15, 2018 05:00PM

Noctua NF-A4, NF-A8, NF-A9 Review

Noctua NF-A4, NF-A8, NF-A9 Review

» March 9, 2015 05:00PM

Reeven Six-Eyes II Fan Controller Review

Reeven Six-Eyes II Fan Controller Review

» January 4, 2015 05:00PM

Reeven Six-Eyes II Fan Controller Review

Noctua IndustrialPPC and Redux Fan Roundup Review

Noctua IndustrialPPC and Redux Fan Roundup Review

» October 14, 2014 05:00PM

NZXT Kraken G10 Review

NZXT Kraken G10 Review

» September 9, 2014 05:00PM

Thermaltake Massive Notebook Coolers (V20, SP, TM) Review

Thermaltake Massive Notebook Coolers (V20, SP, TM) Review

» June 22, 2014 05:00PM

be quiet! 140mm Silent & Pure Wings 2 Review

be quiet! 140mm Silent & Pure Wings 2 Review

» June 4, 2014 05:00PM

Phanteks PH-F140 (XP, SP, SP_LED) Case Fan Review

Phanteks PH-F140 (XP, SP, SP_LED) Case Fan Review

» March 24, 2014 05:00PM

Thermaltake Commander F5 Multi Fan Controller Review

Thermaltake Commander F5 Multi Fan Controller Review

» February 9, 2014 05:00PM

Thermaltake Commander F5 Multi Fan Controller Review

Titan Master USB Fan Review

Titan Master USB Fan Review

» December 3, 2013 05:00PM

Evercool AIOLUS Notebook Cooler Review

Evercool AIOLUS Notebook Cooler Review

» November 4, 2013 05:00PM

Evercool AIOLUS Notebook Cooler Review

Noctua 120mm NF-S12A (ULN, FLX, PWM)  Fan Review

Noctua 120mm NF-S12A (ULN, FLX, PWM) Fan Review

» September 29, 2013 05:00PM

A Look at Noctuas flexible 120mm NF-S12A series fans.

CM Storm SF-17 Gaming Notebook Cooler Review

CM Storm SF-17 Gaming Notebook Cooler Review

» August 4, 2013 05:00PM

An in-depth review of the CM Storm SF-17 Gaming Notebook Cooler

Cooler Master Notepal U2 Plus Cooling Pad Review

Cooler Master Notepal U2 Plus Cooling Pad Review

» May 28, 2013 05:00PM

A detailed review of the Cooler Master Notepal U2 Plus Movable Fan Aluminium Cooling Pad

Noctua 140mm/150mm Case Fan Roundup Review

Noctua 140mm/150mm Case Fan Roundup Review

» April 1, 2013 05:00PM

Noctua 140mm/150mm Case Fan Roundup

BitFenix Recon and BitFenix Hydra Pro Fan Controller Roundup

BitFenix Recon and BitFenix Hydra Pro Fan Controller Roundup

» November 19, 2012 05:00PM

Corsair AF and SP Series Fan Review

Corsair AF and SP Series Fan Review

» July 11, 2012 05:00PM

Deepcool UF120 Review

Deepcool UF120 Review

» June 20, 2012 05:00PM

BitFenix Spectre Pro Fan Review

BitFenix Spectre Pro Fan Review

» June 5, 2012 05:00PM

Noctua NF-F12 PWM Review

Noctua NF-F12 PWM Review

» March 13, 2012 05:00PM

Kingwin 120mm Fan Review

Kingwin 120mm Fan Review

» January 31, 2012 05:00PM

SilenX Effizio 80mm and 140mm Fan Review

SilenX Effizio 80mm and 140mm Fan Review

» September 18, 2011 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry Mix Fan Controller Review

NZXT Sentry Mix Fan Controller Review

» August 27, 2011 05:00PM

Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Review

Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Review

» August 21, 2011 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller Review

NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller Review

» June 13, 2011 05:00PM

Titan TTC-G20TZ Docking Station Review

Titan TTC-G20TZ Docking Station Review

» February 14, 2011 05:00PM

Titan Hati Review

Titan Hati Review

» January 22, 2011 05:00PM

Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 Fan Controller Review

Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 Fan Controller Review

» January 19, 2011 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus Review

Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus Review

» December 8, 2010 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Review

Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Review

» November 9, 2010 05:00PM

Tuniq TX-4 Thermal Grease Review

Tuniq TX-4 Thermal Grease Review

» November 1, 2010 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry LXE Fan Controller Review

NZXT Sentry LXE Fan Controller Review

» October 10, 2010 05:00PM

Deepcool Gamer Storm Review

Deepcool Gamer Storm Review

» September 22, 2010 05:00PM

Evercool Zodiac II Review

Evercool Zodiac II Review

» September 12, 2010 05:00PM

Evercool Hawk 1 Review

Evercool Hawk 1 Review

» August 29, 2010 05:00PM

Cooler Master NotePal U3 Review

Cooler Master NotePal U3 Review

» August 25, 2010 05:00PM

Xclio Hovercraft Notebook Cooler Review

Xclio Hovercraft Notebook Cooler Review

» June 22, 2010 05:00PM

Evercool Fit Notebook Cooler Review

Evercool Fit Notebook Cooler Review

» December 2, 2009 05:00PM

CoolerMaster Hyper TX3 Review

CoolerMaster Hyper TX3 Review

» September 23, 2009 05:00PM

Xclio One Notebook Cooler Review

Xclio One Notebook Cooler Review

» August 29, 2009 05:00PM

Evercool Rifling Fan 80mm RF-8 Review

Evercool Rifling Fan 80mm RF-8 Review

» August 18, 2009 05:00PM

Thermaltake Massive23 CS Gaming Notebook Cooler Review

Thermaltake Massive23 CS Gaming Notebook Cooler Review

» August 9, 2009 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry 2 Review

NZXT Sentry 2 Review

» July 14, 2009 05:00PM

GELID Solutions Low Speed Optimized Silent Fans Review

GELID Solutions Low Speed Optimized Silent Fans Review

» July 6, 2009 05:00PM

NZXT Cryo S Review

NZXT Cryo S Review

» June 22, 2009 05:00PM

Evercool Hermes Notebook Cooler Review

Evercool Hermes Notebook Cooler Review

» March 29, 2009 05:00PM

AMA Aragon 900 Water Cooling Kit Review

AMA Aragon 900 Water Cooling Kit Review

» March 21, 2009 05:00PM

Antec Notebook Cooler 200 Review

Antec Notebook Cooler 200 Review

» November 24, 2008 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry LX Fan Controller Review

NZXT Sentry LX Fan Controller Review

» August 13, 2008 05:00PM

Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste Review

Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste Review

» July 12, 2008 05:00PM

Noctua NF-B9 Review

Noctua NF-B9 Review

» June 22, 2008 05:00PM

Gelid GC1 Thermal Compound Review

Gelid GC1 Thermal Compound Review

» June 13, 2008 05:00PM

Vizo Mini Ninja Notebook Cooler Review

Vizo Mini Ninja Notebook Cooler Review

» April 30, 2008 05:00PM

Vizo Propeller System Cooler Review

Vizo Propeller System Cooler Review

» April 24, 2008 05:00PM

Rosewill Notebook Cooler RNA-7000W Review

Rosewill Notebook Cooler RNA-7000W Review

» April 7, 2008 05:00PM

CoolJag Mini LED Flash Review

CoolJag Mini LED Flash Review

» March 11, 2008 05:00PM

Lapworks Attaché Laptop Stand Review

Lapworks Attaché Laptop Stand Review

» March 10, 2008 05:00PM

NZXT Cryo LX Notebook Cooler Review

NZXT Cryo LX Notebook Cooler Review

» February 22, 2008 05:00PM

Tuniq TX-2 Review

Tuniq TX-2 Review

» February 2, 2008 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound Review

Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound Review

» December 10, 2007 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 64 Review

» September 19, 2007 05:00PM

Danger Den Water Box Plus Case (Part 5)

» September 8, 2007 05:00PM

Project Danger Den Water Box Plus Case (Part 4)

» August 29, 2007 05:00PM

Danger Den Water Box Plus Case (Part 3)

» August 28, 2007 05:00PM

Project Danger Den Water Box Plus Case Review (Part 2)

» August 27, 2007 05:00PM

Antec SpotCool

» August 1, 2007 05:00PM

Lapworks Futura Laptop Desk & Desktop Stand Review

» July 30, 2007 05:00PM

Coolink Silentator Heatpipe Cooler

» July 2, 2007 05:00PM

NZXT Sentry Temperature Controller

» June 17, 2007 05:00PM

Lapworks Aluminum Desktop Stand

» June 12, 2007 05:00PM

Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler

» June 2, 2007 05:00PM

Noctua NC-U6 Chipset Cooler

» April 25, 2007 05:00PM

Waffer PC AirCon PAC 400 Cooler

» April 21, 2007 05:00PM

Cool IT Systems Ram Fan

» April 15, 2007 05:00PM

Sytrin KuFormula SHF1 Ultra Hard Drive Cooler

» March 31, 2007 05:00PM

Noctua NF-R8 (80mm) and NF-S12 (120mm) Fans

Noctua NF-R8 (80mm) and NF-S12 (120mm) Fans

» March 13, 2007 05:00PM

nrg is as awesome as these fans

AzenX X-Cruzer Flexible 70mm Fan Review

» February 25, 2007 05:00PM

Plexi Computer Case How-to guide

» January 22, 2007 05:00PM

Antec Laptop Cooler Review

» May 17, 2006 05:00PM

Zalman ZM-MFC1 Fan Controller Review

» March 14, 2006 05:00PM

XtFlux-GA Thermal Paste Review

» February 28, 2006 05:00PM

How-To Make a PVC Pipe Reservoir

» June 23, 2004 05:00PM

SilenX 80mm Case Fans Review

» February 9, 2004 05:00PM

Aerocool Deep Impact 102 Heatsink Review

» January 22, 2004 05:00PM

CoolerMasterPremium Thermal Compound Review

» November 27, 2003 05:00PM

Zalman CNSP7000A-Cu Heat Sink Review

» October 20, 2003 05:00PM

Arctic Silver Ceramique Review

» July 20, 2003 05:00PM

Noise Isolator (SWFC-6-BK) Switch Fan Controller

» May 27, 2003 05:00PM

Guide to Lapping Your GPU Core

» April 28, 2003 05:00PM

Coolermaster Neon LED Case Fans Review

» March 24, 2003 05:00PM

Tweakmonster BGA RAMsinks Review

» February 14, 2003 05:00PM

Arctic Silver III & Nanotherm thermal paste shootout

» January 22, 2003 05:00PM

Thermaltake Memory Cooler Review

» January 3, 2003 05:00PM

Vantec Nexus (NXP-201) Fan Controller Review

» December 11, 2002 05:00PM

How to Lap a Heatsink Guide

» November 1, 2002 05:00PM

Zalman ZM-NB32J Northbridge Chipset Cooler Review

» October 27, 2002 05:00PM

Antec Hard Disk Drive Cooler Review

» October 24, 2002 05:00PM

Thermaltake Blue Orb Chipset Cooler Review

» October 18, 2002 05:00PM

ESGN Nanotherm Silver Thermal Paste & Nanotherm Silver XTC Paste Review

» October 1, 2002 05:00PM

Dynatron's Crossflow Blower Review

» September 6, 2002 05:00PM

Antec 80mm Trilight Case Fan Review

» August 25, 2002 05:00PM

Antec 80mm LED Case Fan Review

» August 12, 2002 05:00PM

Vantec Tornado 80mm 84.1CFM fan review

» July 30, 2002 05:00PM

VANTEC Stealth Fans review

» April 19, 2002 05:00PM

Sky Hawk Aluminum Case review

» February 25, 2002 05:00PM

ThermalTake 80mm Fan Review

» January 2, 2002 05:00PM

Vantec CCK-6035D heatsink review

» November 26, 2001 05:00PM

Arctic Alumina Thermal Compound

» November 7, 2001 05:00PM

ASUS iPanel

» October 29, 2001 05:00PM

Thermal Take Active Memory Cooling Kit Review

» October 11, 2001 05:00PM

Vantec Nexus NXP-205 Variable Fan Controller Review

» July 30, 2001 05:00PM

Thermaltake Dragon ORB 3 (A1135) & Copper Shim

» July 14, 2001 05:00PM

Plexi-Glass CPU Fan Duct Guide

» July 6, 2001 05:00PM

Thermaltake Memory Cooling Kit Review

» June 21, 2001 05:00PM

AGP AirLift

» June 15, 2001 05:00PM

ThermalTake Volcano II

» May 26, 2001 05:00PM

Arctic Silver II Compound Review

» March 16, 2001 05:00PM


Cooling News (30)

EK-CryoFuel Solid Coolants Introduced

Category: Cooling
Posted: October 9, 2018 01:13PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


While more effective cooling is definitely a reason to go with a custom watercooling solution, it can also be for the appearance of a computer with one. The color of the coolant factors into this and now EK Water Blocks has added another option to consumers with its EK-CryoFuel Solid coolants. There are seven colors to choose from and each coolant uses a formula designed to prevent sediments from collecting in a loop, potentially creating a clog. Naturally the coolants feature corrosion inhibitors and biocides to prevent biological growth from occurring. Unfortunately it should not be used with aluminum-based loops and EK advises they are not used with its EK Fluid Gaming lineup.

The seven colors are Scarlet Red, Cloud White, Azure Blue, Electric Purple, Neon Green, Fire Orange, and Laguna Yellow, and some are UV reactive. They are available as concentrates and premixed, with the concentrates costing $14.99 for 250 mL and the premixes being $19.99 for 1000 mL.

Source: EK Water Blocks



EK Releasing Vector RTX 2000 Series Water Blocks for NVIDIA GeForce RTX Cards

Category: Cooling
Posted: September 5, 2018 02:05PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


For those of you who enjoy custom water cooling setups and intend to get a GeForce RTX card at some point, EK Water Blocks has introduced its new blocks for these graphics cards. The EK-Vector RTX are designed to offer full coverage to directly cool the GPU, VRAM, and VRM. There are eight versions of the blocks in total, with four designed for the RTX 2080 and four for the RTX 2080 Ti. The only difference between the versions is aesthetics though as all will offer the same performance. The different materials used are bare electrolytic copper, nickel plated copper, black POM Acetal, and Acrlyics, and some also have 12 V LED strips inside.

The cooling engine within the water blocks has been redesigned to offer a larger footprint compared to previous blocks, and this larger surface area should improve their performance. It has been designed with low hydraulic flow restrictions, which means weaker water pumps, or powerful pumps running at lower speeds will still offer good performance.

The Vector RTX 2080 and Vector RTX 2080 Ti are compatible with the respective reference PCB designs, so any vendors using that design under their own coolers will work with these. Only the Vector blackplates are supported though, which are made of aluminum to passively cool the components, and are either nickeled or blacked, depending on the aesthetic of the variant.

All pre-orders will start shipping on September 20, though the nickeled backplates should start shipping on October 5. The pricing for the water blocks goes from $139.99 to $159.99 while the backplates are $39.99 for the black and $49.99 for the nickel.

Source: EK Water Blocks




Hydro H100i AIO Cooler Launched by Corsair

Category: Cooling
Posted: July 21, 2018 05:47AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Effective cooling is a necessity for getting the most out of your computer and now Corsair has launched another all-in-one liquid cooler to help you keep temperatures under control. The Hydro Series H100i Pro RGB cooler features a 240 mm radiator with a pair of ML120 PWM fans and an RGB LED-pit pump head. Using Corsair's iCUE software you can control both the lighting and fan speed of the cooler.

The ML120 PWM fans use a magnetic levitation bearing, which is a technology Corsair launched two years ago. By using magnetic levitation the fans can stay very quiet even as they spin up to their maximum speed of 2400 RPM. If the system is already running cool though, the fans can stop using their Zero RPM fan profiles. A redesigned cold-plate and adjustable low-noise pump move the heat from your CPU to the coolant and ultimately the radiator in an efficient matter.

The H100i PRO is available immediately, but if you are looking for something smaller, Corsair has also updated its H75 AIO cooler. This update to the 120 mm cooler uses SP Series PWM fans that go between 600 RPM and 1900 RPM, but it uses an updated pump and cold-plate like the H100i, just with white LEDs instead of full RGB.

Source: Corsair




ID-Cooling Announces DASHFLOW 360 AIO Cooler

Category: Cooling
Posted: July 5, 2018 08:03AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you are looking for a new AIO liquid cooler and can work with a 360 mm radiator, ID-Cooling may have just launched the product you want. The DASHFLOW 360 AIO cooler features a newly designed pump to provide better performance with 450 L/H water flow and 3 m flow lift. It also has RGB lighting and linear cuttings in the metal casing to let the light out. On the other end from the pump is the 360 mm radiator that comes with a set of RGB DF-12025-RGB-TRIO fans. These fans are PWM controlled from 900 RPM to 2000 RPM with a maximum airflow of 56.5 CFM, so we are looking at enough cooling to handle a 400 W TDP processor. Rubber dampeners will reduce vibration and the nine LEDs around the motor will let you light these fans up. An RGB splitter will let you control the lights of the fans and pump together through your motherboards 12V-G-R-B header, or an RGB remote.

What might be an interesting feature for some of you is the G1/4 fitting at both ends of the sleeved tubing. If you are experienced with custom liquid cooling setups, this means you can actually mod the DASHFLOW 360 into custom loops, but obviously you should leave these fittings alone if you are unsure of your skills.

The DASHFLOW 360 AIO has an MSRP of $160 and is compatible with a host of Intel (LGA 2066/2011-3/2011/1366/1150/1151/1155/1156) and AMD sockets (AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1).

Source: Press Release and ID-Cooling




Deepcool Gamerstorm Launches Fryzen, Full-Size TR4 Air Cooler

Category: Cooling
Posted: July 5, 2018 07:05AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


As a Ryzen Threadripper owner, I have been looking forward to the upcoming launch of the second generation HEDT processors not just to see how the platform has evolved but also to see what accessories are going to arrive with it. Something that makes Threadrippers quite different from other CPUs is its large size, which complicates cooling it but there are some coolers out there with full-size plates, though the list is not long. Now there is another to the list thanks to Deepcool Gamerstorm and its launch of the Fryzen cooler.

Fryzen has an ultra large copper base to provide complete coverage for Threadripper CPUs and has 6 boot-shaped heatpipes to pull the heat away. It uses all-aluminum fins and inverse double-bladed fans that double the air pressure for double the cooling performance as well. Naturally the fans and top cover also sport RGB lighting with five built-in effects, but you can also control them through your motherboard's addressable RGB function.

Something important for some of you is that it is designed for minimal interference with memory and graphics cards, including on the Asus Zenith Extreme. Fryzen will be available in August with an MSRP of $89.99. In addition to supporting the TR4 socket, it can also be used with the smaller AM4 socket and many older AMD sockets, all the way back to AM2 and FM1.

Source: Press Release and Deepcool Gamerstorm




Cryorig Shows Off New RGB Fan and Tower Cooler Ahead of Computex

Category: Cooling
Posted: May 31, 2018 08:28AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


With a week to go before Computex, Cryorig has shown off a couple new products; the Crono 120 RGB fan and H7 Ultra RGB Cooler. The Crono 120 RGB has a rather unconventional design as it features a single-side frame, allowing its lighting halo to shine in more directions. It comes with a controller and remote, allowing for on-the-fly switching between 14 speeds and lighting effects. The controller also supports 5 V and 12 V addressable inputs, so it can work with most RGB-enabled motherboards and standalone controllers.

The H7 Ultra RGB tower cooler builds on the H7 cooler with an additional heatpipe and a top cover capable of RGB lighting. It comes with a Crona 120 RGB fan as well, so it will be the company's first fully RGB tower. Naturally it too comes with a Crona 120 controller and remote, which can work with both the fan and the top cover.

Source: Cryorig




Frameless Smart RGB Fans Launched by Deepcool

Category: Cooling
Posted: February 26, 2018 08:55AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


We all know what computer fans look like, and many of them look like every other fan. Deepcool has changed things up with its new MF120 fan set, as these are frameless fans, or rather they use a skeleton frame made of aluminum alloy. The set comes with three of these fans that use double-layer blades for positive air pressure and maximum airflow and the fan structure does not interfere. Naturally, these are PWM fans, so you can control their speed and not just on the computer but with your phone because their controller has Wi-Fi. Using a smartphone, you can connect to the fan to control its speed and operation, as well as its RGB lighting system. With five built-in lighting effects, you have 36 interchangeable lighting modes.

The MF120 fan set, which includes three of these fans, is to launch in April and will have an MSRP of $109.99.

Source: Deepcool




CORSAIR Launches Magnetic Levitation Fans with RGB

Category: Cooling
Posted: November 16, 2017 10:52AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Last year CORSAIR unveiled its ML Series Fans that use magnetic levitation bearings to reduce friction and noise. Now the companies is launches its ML PRO RGB fans that use the same bearing, but feature RGB LEDs on the center hub. The LEDs are controlled via CORSAIR LINK.

Both 120 mm (ML120 PRO RGB) and 140 mm (ML140 PRO RGB) versions are available in packs and individually. These kits include the fans, CORSAIR RGB Fan LED Hub and Lighting Node PRO, giving deep software control through CORSAIR LINK. This allows you to do things such as tie the lighting to CPU or GPU temperatures. Both the ML120 PRO RGB and ML140 PRO RGB can be purchased individually as well, to add on to existing kits.

The CORSAIR ML PRO RGB fans are available immediately and are covered by a five-year warranty.

 

 

Source: CORSAIR




Kiran RGB Fan Announced by Reeven

Category: Cooling
Posted: May 22, 2017 08:35PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Reeven, a company known for its PC cooling products, has recently announced its first RGB fan, the KIRAN. It is a 120 mm PWM fan designed for high airflow and long lifespan, and features seven colors and three lighting modes. It will be on display at Computex 2017, which starts the end of this month, and has an MSRP of $16.99.

Source: Press Release



Noctua Adds Fans to A-Series

Category: Cooling
Posted: May 18, 2017 03:06PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Noctua has announced the addition of fans with sizes of 200mm, 120mm, and 40mm to its A-series, with "signature features such as Flow Acceleration Channels and AAO (Advanced Acoustic Optimisation) frames." The new model numbers of the fans are NF-A20, NF-A12x15, and NF-A4x20, respectively. The 200mm model represents the largest fan Noctua has made, with the large size presenting a new array of design challenges. The reduced thickness of the new 120mm fan presented its own set of challenges, which Noctua was also able to solve with a bit of engineering. The new 40mm fan doubles the thickness of the current offering, making it a good choice for systems that require higher air pressure. The NF-A20 and NF-A12x15 will be available with PWM or FLX with Low-Noise and Ultra-Low-Noise options, providing users with a balance between cooling and acoustic performance. The NF-A4x20 will also have PWM and FLX configurations, but also adds a 5V connector for use in switches, routers, DVRs, and other devices.

Source: Press Release



Thermaltake Announces Fan Control Mobile App

Category: Cooling
Posted: November 29, 2016 04:52PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has created a new mobile app for controlling the Riing RGB series of fans, the aptly named Riing RGB Mobile App. Fan controllers have long been a popular accessory for computer cooling systems, and this is certainly one of the more unique implementations I have seen. Through the app, users will have access to controls for RGB lighting, fan speeds, and can even set the LEDs to pulse to the beat of music. In order to use the app, the Riing RGB software must be version 2.0.2 or later and at this time only supports the Riing RGB Radiator Fan Premium Edition series in 120mm or 140mm.

Source: Press Release




ID-COOLING Announces ICEKIMO 240VGA Liquid Cooler

Category: Cooling
Posted: October 26, 2016 04:25PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Earlier this year, ID-COOLING announced the ICEKIMO 240W all-in-one liquid cooler for GPUs as an update to the ICEKIMO 120W. The company is now adding another model to the series with the 240VGA. The cooler has a black and green color scheme with two 120mm PWM fans on the radiator and a single 95mm on the VGA board cover featuring green LEDs. The VGA board cover fan is included for cooling the VRAM. The pump has a water flow rate of 96 L/H and the cooler is mountable on any GPU with 58.4*58.4mm and 53.3*53.3mm mounting holes, which includes cards such as the NVIDIA GeForce 10 and 9 series and AMD R9 200/300/400 series. The ICEKIMO 240VGA has an MSRP of $119.99.

Source: Press Release



Thermaltake Announces Fan Targeted at Radiator Usage

Category: Cooling
Posted: July 27, 2016 01:09PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced the Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition, a 120mm fan powered by the Riing RGB Software. It is the first digital radiator fan from Thermaltake and uses an optimized blade design for generating large volumes of air for dispersing the heat found in radiators. The Riing software allows users to alter the fan speed using presets for Performance or Silent operation. Users can also control the fan colors by choosing their favorite color or using RGB Cycle mode to cycle through 256 color options. LED Brightness mode grants the self explanatory ability to change how bright the LEDs are. Up to three fans can be connected to a digital fan hub with the Riing software able to control six fan hubs for a total of 18 fans.

Source: Press Release




DEEPCOOL Announces CAPTAIN EX Series of Liquid Coolers

Category: Cooling
Posted: April 6, 2016 03:52PM
Author: Nick Harezga


DEEPCOOL has added a trio of new liquid coolers as part of the CAPTAIN EX series under its GAMER STORM product line. The coolers will be available with radiator sizes of 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm with patented Separate Section design, visible liquid flow, and LED lighting. DEEPCOOL has utilized high-density water micro channels and silent TF 120 double blade fans to ensure high performance cooling and designed the CAPTAIN EX series for tool free installation. All three units will be available this month at an MSRP of $79.99 for the 120mm, $109.99 for the 240mm, and $139.99 for the 360mm.

Source: Press Release




BitFenix Introduces the Spectre Xtreme and Spectre Xtreme LED Fans

Category: Cooling
Posted: January 14, 2016 02:26PM
Author: Brentt Moore

BitFenix, a creator of hardware and peripherals that grant users with the utmost control, strength, and performance to complete their computing tasks, has officially introduced the Spectre Xtreme and Spectre Xtreme LED fans. The fans from BitFenix offer a dual frame design and make use of high-quality Fluid Dynamic Bearings that provide not only increased life expectancy but reduced noise levels as well. The Spectre Xtreme and Spectre Xtreme LED fans feature excellent airflow of 66CFM and also maintain excellent static pressure, making them perfect for all types of solutions, especially liquid cooling ones. The fans are capable of spinning from 950RPM to 2000RPM and give users the best performance possible when it comes to system fans. The Spectre Xtreme fan comes in black with no LEDs, while the Spectre Xtreme LED fans come in colors that include blue, red, white, and green. BitFenix has ensured that the green color emitted by the LEDs of the Spectre Xtreme LED fan matches that of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX stock cooler, allowing system builders to match various components quite well.

Source: Press Release



Thermaltake Launches Water 3.0 Riing RGB Series AIO Coolers

Category: Cooling
Posted: January 8, 2016 10:17AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Thermaltake has launched a line of all-in-one coolers, the Water 3.0 Riing RGB Series. As you might guess from the RGB in the title, this series features lights and they give you 256 colors to choose from. The two radiator lengths you can choose from are 240 mm and 360 mm, and they will come with the appropriate number of 120 mm fans. These fans use compression blades to enhance air pressure and hydraulic bearings to keep everything quiet. The fan speed can be controlled by the smart controller, which is also what controls the display colors.

These coolers are available now for the United States, via Newegg and Amazon, and Australia, via mwave and PC Case Gear.

Source: Thermaltake




Thermaltake Reveals Pacific R360 D5 Water Cooling Kit

Category: Cooling
Posted: January 7, 2016 09:50AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


For 17 years Thermaltake has been a leader for cooling technology and to continue that, the company has revealed its new Pacific $360 D5 Water Cooling Kit. The kit comes with a CPU water block, a D5 pump and reservoir combo unit, a 360 mm slim radiator, six chrome compression fittings, three Riing 12 LED Blue radiator fanes, one tube, blue coolant, and some other accessories. It is compatible with Intel LGA 2011, 1366, 1155, 1156, 1150, and 775 sockets and AMD FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, and AM2 sockets. The reservoir is 288 mm long and can has a 400 ml capacity and the pump can move 500 L/hr.

The kit is currently available at TT Premium.

Source: Thermaltake




DEEPCOOL Shows Off Genome All-in-one Liquid Cooling Solution at CES

Category: Cooling
Posted: January 6, 2016 05:04PM
Author: Nick Harezga

DEEPCOOL is the latest company to throw its hat into the all-in-one liquid solution market with the Genome, which it describes as "Not A PC Case, But An Extreme Liquid Cooling Solution." The system consists of an ATX computer case with a 360mm radiator, three 120mm PWM fans, reservoir, pump, and CPU block. The case itself is a full size ATX case with a side window and routing holes for cable management. Users will be able to install four 2.5" drives and two 3.5" drives. The Genome will be available sometime this month at an MSRP of $249.99. If you happen to be at CES, then stop by Caesar's Palace where the company has the Genome on display.

Source: Press Release



Noctua Announces Chromax Colored Fan Accessories

Category: Cooling
Posted: December 2, 2015 04:18PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Noctua is well known for its high performance heatsinks and cooling fans, and the company is now giving users the ability to add anti-vibration pads in a range of colors. The pads will be available in red, blue, green, yellow, black, and white in two product lines, NA-AV2 and NA-AVP2. The NA-AV2 pads are compatible with all Noctua fans while the NA-AVP2 are limited to NF-F12, NF-S12A, NF-A14, and industrialPPC fans. Noctua CEO Roland Mossig described the new parts stating, "The introduction of our redux and industrialPPC product lines marked a first step towards offering fans that fit in well with the typical colour schemes favoured by today’s overclockers and enthusiasts. With the new chromax line, we’re taking another step by allowing users to colour-customise their fans with red, blue, green, yellow, black or white anti-vibration parts." Both lines will be available "shortly" at an MSRP of $6.90.

Source: Noctua



Thermaltake Introduces Pacific M3 Water Block for the MSI Z170A Gaming M5 Motherboard

Category: Cooling
Posted: November 25, 2015 07:34AM
Author: Brentt Moore


Thermaltake, a leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has partnered with MSI, one of the world's largest information technology manufacturers, to create and introduce the Pacific M3 motherboard water block. The water block, which is crafted specifically for the MSI Z170A Gaming M5 motherboard, successfully cools an Intel LGA1511 socket-type CPU as well as the power regulation module. Thermaltake’s Pacific M3 features a 0.15mm micro-channel fin construction that provides excellent heat dissipation and clearance for other components, and also offers G1/4 thread ports to accept any industry standard fittings. The Pacific M3 water block also boasts Tt LCS certification, meaning that it has been put through the rigorous hardcore enthusiast standards internally set up by Thermaltake.

Source: Press Release




be quiet! Upgrades Pure Wings 2 Case Fans

Category: Cooling
Posted: October 28, 2015 03:55PM
Author: Nick Harezga


be quiet! has announced an updated version of the Pure Wings 2 line of case fans with the addition of PWM functionality. With the addition of PWM, the power connector was changed from three pins to four, but adds the ability to automatically or manually control fan speed. The fan uses a durable rifle bearing in conjunction with quality motor control to provide for a lifespan up to 80,000 hours. The fan blades have been optimized for airflow to help further reduce the noise level, which ranges from 19.2 to 20.2 decibels. The fans are available in sizes of 80mm, 92mm, 120mm, and 140mm with an RPM ranging from 1900 for the two smaller fans down to 1000 for the two larger fans. The new Pure Wings 2 PWM fans are available immediately at prices ranging from $9.90 to $12.90.

Source: Press Release




Phanteks Announces New Fans and Thermal Paste

Category: Cooling
Posted: October 12, 2015 07:17AM
Author: Nick Harezga


Phanteks has announced two new series of case fans with the MP Series High Static Pressure Fans and SP Series Premium Fans. The MP Series uses "high static air pressure allowing for a direct and focused airflow making them ideal for the densely packed fins of a radiator." The fans use seven blades to generate "silent and controlled" airflow. The SP Series have nine blades and uses UFB bearings to create "a longer lifespan" while adding stability. The fans are available in sizes of 120mm, 140mm, and 200mm.

The PH-NDC thermal compound is made of "NANO diamond-like particles of hybrid compound, design for using in environment with low thermal resistance." The design of the compound provides for better heat dissipation when compressed and requires no burn-in time to reach peak cooling performance.

Source: Press Release



Thermaltake Announces New Pacific Radiators

Category: Cooling
Posted: September 21, 2015 03:52PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake is adding to its stable of water cooling products with the Pacific RL and R radiators, built with "high-quality German aerospace-grade materials and constructed with zinc, a powerful anti-corrosion agent." The Pacific RL is 50mm thick and uses a dual-row 13-set flat tube design to improve heat transfer. It will be available in lengths from 120mm to 560mm with the 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm available in white as well as black. The Pacific R uses the same dual-row tube design in a thickness under 50mm with lengths of 120mm, 180mm, 240mm, 360mm, and 540mm.

Source: Press Release




Thermaltake Announces Pacific Water Cooling Kits

Category: Cooling
Posted: August 12, 2015 03:46PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced a pair of new DIY water cooling kits, the Pacific RL120 and RL140 D5. The kits each include a water block, pump/reservoir combo, radiator, fan, tubing, and fittings. Both kits use the Pacific W1 CPU block which combines copper and an anti-corrosive nickel plating compatible with all modern CPUs. The kits use 1/2" inner diameter, 3/4" outer diameter tubing and fittings filled with an "eco-friendly pre-mixed blue coolant." The kits are set apart with the pump combo, radiator, and fan. The RL120 uses a PR15 pump, 120mm radiator, and 120mm PWM Curve fan. The RL140 uses a PR15-D5 pump, 140mm radiator, and Luna 14 Blue LED fan.

Source: Press Release




Thermaltake Adds Pair of Fans to Riing Series

Category: Cooling
Posted: August 10, 2015 03:46PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The Riing product line from Thermaltake is getting crowded with the recent additions of the Core V1 and V51 cases last week and now the Riing 12 and 14 LED Radiator Fans. The fans are 120mm and 140mm, respectively, and are "fitted to enhance static pressure, producing impressive cooling performance with an optimized fan blade." Hydraulic bearings and an anti-vibration mounting system help to minimize noise and increase stability. The fans are equipped with the patented LED Ring that "maintains color and brightness uniformity" and are available in yellow, orange, red, green, blue, and white.

Source: Press Release




ARCTIC Begins Selling Thermal Pads

Category: Cooling
Posted: May 20, 2015 06:50AM
Author: Brentt Moore


ARCTIC, which provides advanced cooling solutions for PCs, including CPU coolers, VGA coolers, and case fans, has revealed that it is now selling thermal pads after the company successfully received multiple awards with its thermal pastes. The latest product from ARCTIC offers optimal heat transfer in situations where gaps are present due to height differences and uneven surfaces. The silicon thermal pads by ARCTIC feature a special filler and low hardness, and do not contain any metallic particles, making them electrically non-conductive.

The thermal pads by ARCTIC are immediately available for purchase, and feature an MSRP of $4.99, though retailers such as Amazon.com currently have the product listed for $7.99.

Source: techPowerUp



Water Block Kit for GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion Released by EK

Category: Cooling
Posted: May 8, 2015 06:09AM
Author: Brentt Moore


EK Water Blocks, a premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, has revealed and launched its latest water block kit that specifically fits the GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion motherboard. The water block kit, which is known as the EK-FB KIT GA X99-SOC Champion, directly cools the Intel X99 Southbridge chip and power regulation module. The water block kit features two separate water blocks and is comprised of nickel-plated electrolytic copper as well as quality POM Acetal or acrylic glass material. EK has preinstalled the screw-in standoffs, and the EK-FB KIT GA X99-SOC Champion is capable of utilizing the original motherboard backplates, allowing for an easy install.

The EK water block kit for the GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion motherboard is available for immediate purchase through EK Webshop and the company’s Partner Reseller Network.

Source: TechPowerUp


Thermaltake Announces Several New Radiators

Category: Cooling
Posted: April 27, 2015 04:32PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced the Pacific RL and R Series radiators as the latest water cooling solutions in its lineup. The RL Series radiators are greater than 50mm thick while the R Series are less than 50mm thick. The Pacific Series radiators are designed for "the most demanding and hardcore enthusiasts" and are optimized for maximum heat dissipation. The radiators are created from aerospace grade materials using a high temperature brazing process with the inclusion of zinc as an anti-corrosion agent.

Source: Press Release




GeForce GTX TITAN X Water Block and Back Plate Introduced by Koolance

Category: Cooling
Posted: April 16, 2015 02:52PM
Author: Brentt Moore


Koolance has officially introduced its GeForce GTX TITAN X water block and the accompanying functional back plate. The water block from Koolance is comprised of nickel-plated copper, and features a POM-acetal top, stainless steel inserts, and nickel-plated brass fittings, ensuring optimal thermal performance and longevity. The water block effectively cools the PCB, including the GPU, the VRM, and the memory chips. The back plate is made up of copper and has incorporated heat dissipating ridges, which further improve cooling performance.

The water block from Koolance, model VID-NXTTNX, features an MSRP of $129.99. The accompanying back plate, model ACC-PLTNXTTNX, features an MSRP of $34.99.

Source: TechPowerUp



Thermaltake Launches Commander FT Touch Screen Fan Controller

Category: Cooling
Posted: April 10, 2015 04:14AM
Author: Brentt Moore


Thermaltake, a leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has just launched the Commander FT touch screen fan controller, its latest product that facilitates superior cooling performance. The Commander FT features an extraordinarily large 5.5-inch touch panel that allows fan speeds to be adjusted on-the-fly, with owners able to select from auto, manual, performance, and silent operating modes. A total of five fans can be independently controlled with the Commander FT, with each channel delivering up to 10W of power. Thermal performance can also be monitored, and the Commander FT includes an embedded temperature alarm for ultimate peace of mind.

Source: Press Release




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