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CPU Cooling Article (216)

OCC'S Top 3 Coolers of 2016

OCC'S Top 3 Coolers of 2016

» December 14, 2016 05:00PM

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 Review

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 Review

» November 27, 2016 05:00PM

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 review

be quiet! Shadow Rock LP Review

be quiet! Shadow Rock LP Review

» October 19, 2016 05:00PM

ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L Review

ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L Review

» October 15, 2016 05:00PM

Corsair H115i Review

Corsair H115i Review

» September 6, 2016 05:00PM

Noctua NH-C14S Review

Noctua NH-C14S Review

» April 27, 2016 05:00PM

be quiet! Dark Rock TF Review

be quiet! Dark Rock TF Review

» March 2, 2016 05:00PM

Reeven Justice RC-1204 Review

Reeven Justice RC-1204 Review

» January 3, 2016 05:00PM

Reeven Hans RC-1205 Review

Reeven Hans RC-1205 Review

» November 17, 2015 05:00PM

Noctua NH-D15S Review

Noctua NH-D15S Review

» September 15, 2015 05:00PM

Noctua NH-L9x65 Review

Noctua NH-L9x65 Review

» August 31, 2015 05:00PM

Deepcool Assassin II Review

Deepcool Assassin II Review

» August 12, 2015 05:00PM

Scythe Ashura Review

Scythe Ashura Review

» June 24, 2015 05:00PM

Noctua NH-D9L Review

Noctua NH-D9L Review

» April 29, 2015 05:00PM

Noctua NH-U9S Review

Noctua NH-U9S Review

» April 15, 2015 05:00PM

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate Review

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate Review

» March 11, 2015 05:00PM

be quiet! Pure Rock Review

be quiet! Pure Rock Review

» February 16, 2015 05:00PM

ID-Cooling SE-204K Review

ID-Cooling SE-204K Review

» February 15, 2015 05:00PM

Cooler Master Nepton 240M Review

Cooler Master Nepton 240M Review

» December 22, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Okeanos RC-1402 Review

Reeven Okeanos RC-1402 Review

» November 26, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Ouranos RC-1401 Review

Reeven Ouranos RC-1401 Review

» November 23, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Brontes RC-1001 Review

Reeven Brontes RC-1001 Review

» November 12, 2014 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper D92 Review

Cooler Master Hyper D92 Review

» October 13, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Steropes RC-1206 Review

Reeven Steropes RC-1206 Review

» October 6, 2014 05:00PM

Gamer Storm Maelstrom 240 Review

Gamer Storm Maelstrom 240 Review

» October 1, 2014 05:00PM

Scythe Mugen Max Review

Scythe Mugen Max Review

» September 24, 2014 05:00PM

NZXT Kraken X31 Review

NZXT Kraken X31 Review

» July 28, 2014 05:00PM

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 Review

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 Review

» July 6, 2014 05:00PM

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be quiet! Dark Rock 3 Review

be quiet! Dark Rock 3 Review

» June 25, 2014 05:00PM

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Noctua NH-D15 Review

Noctua NH-D15 Review

» June 10, 2014 05:00PM

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Thermaltake NiC C4 Review

Thermaltake NiC C4 Review

» May 21, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Hans RC-1205 Review

Reeven Hans RC-1205 Review

» March 10, 2014 05:00PM

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Reeven Justice RC-1204 Review

Reeven Justice RC-1204 Review

» March 5, 2014 05:00PM

Reeven Justice RC-1204 review.

be quiet! Shadow Rock 2 Review

be quiet! Shadow Rock 2 Review

» February 2, 2014 05:00PM

Gamer Storm Lucifer Review

Gamer Storm Lucifer Review

» January 21, 2014 05:00PM

Testing out Gamer Storm's Lucifer CPU cooling solution to see if it is a devil of a cooling solution.

Noctua NH-U14S Review

Noctua NH-U14S Review

» January 4, 2014 05:00PM

An in depth look at Noctua's latest slim line cooler the NH-U14S

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

» December 29, 2013 05:00PM

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

Deep Cool Gammaxx S40 Review

Deep Cool Gammaxx S40 Review

» December 22, 2013 05:00PM

Noctua NH-U12S Review

Noctua NH-U12S Review

» December 3, 2013 05:00PM

Titan Dragonfly 4 Review

Titan Dragonfly 4 Review

» December 2, 2013 05:00PM

Performance testing the Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler

Cooler Master Nepton 280L Review

Cooler Master Nepton 280L Review

» November 17, 2013 05:00PM

A closer look at the Cooler Master Nepton 280L and JetFlo 120 fans.

Thermaltake NiC-F4 Review

Thermaltake NiC-F4 Review

» October 19, 2013 05:00PM

Putting Thermatakes NiC-F3 cooler through OCC's bench to see how well this tower style heat sink performs.

Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler Review

» August 28, 2013 05:00PM

Thermaltake Big Typ Revo CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master V8 GTS CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master V8 GTS CPU Cooler Review

» August 5, 2013 05:00PM

Cooler Master V8 GTS CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! Shadow Rock TOPFLOW SR1 Review

be quiet! Shadow Rock TOPFLOW SR1 Review

» July 3, 2013 05:00PM

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 Review

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 Review

» June 29, 2013 05:00PM

EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler Review

EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler Review

» May 14, 2013 05:00PM

EVERCOOL Venti Heat-pipe CPU Cooler Review

Corsair Hydro Series H110 Review

Corsair Hydro Series H110 Review

» March 13, 2013 05:00PM

Evaluating the performance of Corsairs latest addition to its Hydro Series the H110 2 x 140mm High performance liquid CPU cooler.

Corsair Hydro Series H90 Review

Corsair Hydro Series H90 Review

» February 27, 2013 05:00PM

A look at Corsairs latest Hydro Series self contained liquid cooling solution the H90.

Phanteks PH-TC12DX Review

Phanteks PH-TC12DX Review

» January 23, 2013 05:00PM

Testing the cooling prowess of Phanteks latest tower style CPU cooler.

Noctua NH-L9i Review

Noctua NH-L9i Review

» January 22, 2013 05:00PM

An in depth look at the NH-L9i low profile CPU cooler from Noctua.

Phanteks PH-TC90LS Review

Phanteks PH-TC90LS Review

» January 20, 2013 05:00PM

An up close look at Phanteks PH-TC90LS low profile CPU cooler.

Cooler Master, DEEPCOOL, Noctua, and Thermaltake CPU Cooler Roundup

Cooler Master, DEEPCOOL, Noctua, and Thermaltake CPU Cooler Roundup

» January 19, 2013 05:00PM

Cooler Master, DEEPCOOL, Noctua, and Thermaltake CPU Cooler Roundup

Corsair Hydro H60 Review

Corsair Hydro H60 Review

» January 5, 2013 05:00PM

A look at the improved Corsair Hydro series H60 High Performance Liquid cooling solution.

Sapphire Vapor-X Universal CPU  Cooler Review

Sapphire Vapor-X Universal CPU Cooler Review

» December 3, 2012 05:00PM

An in depth look at Sapphires entry into the CPU cooling market.

Xigmatek Dark Knight SD1283 and Loki SD963 Review

Xigmatek Dark Knight SD1283 and Loki SD963 Review

» September 9, 2012 05:00PM

Prolimatech PK-2 & PK-3 TIM Review

Prolimatech PK-2 & PK-3 TIM Review

» August 7, 2012 05:00PM

ENERMAX ETS-T40 Heatsink Review

ENERMAX ETS-T40 Heatsink Review

» July 31, 2012 05:00PM

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer and Water 2.0 Pro Review

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer and Water 2.0 Pro Review

» July 9, 2012 05:00PM

Deepcool Frostwin Review

Deepcool Frostwin Review

» June 23, 2012 05:00PM

Deepcool GAMMAXX 400 Review

Deepcool GAMMAXX 400 Review

» June 13, 2012 05:00PM

Phanteks PH-TC14CS Review

Phanteks PH-TC14CS Review

» June 6, 2012 05:00PM

SilenX Effizio EFZ-120HA5 Review

SilenX Effizio EFZ-120HA5 Review

» May 26, 2012 05:00PM

Thermaltake Frio Advanced and Frio Extreme Review

Thermaltake Frio Advanced and Frio Extreme Review

» May 22, 2012 05:00PM

DEEPCOOL Ice Wind Pro Review

DEEPCOOL Ice Wind Pro Review

» May 21, 2012 05:00PM

Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus Review

Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus Review

» April 15, 2012 05:00PM

Titan Fenrir Siberia Edition Review

Titan Fenrir Siberia Edition Review

» March 25, 2012 05:00PM

Xigmatek Prime SD1484 Review

Xigmatek Prime SD1484 Review

» February 1, 2012 05:00PM

NZXT Havik 120 Review

NZXT Havik 120 Review

» January 28, 2012 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Review

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Review

» December 4, 2011 05:00PM

Phanteks PH-TC14PE Review

Phanteks PH-TC14PE Review

» December 3, 2011 05:00PM

Spire Gemini Rev. 2 Review

Spire Gemini Rev. 2 Review

» November 30, 2011 05:00PM

Prolimatech Panther Review

Prolimatech Panther Review

» November 7, 2011 05:00PM

Evercool HPL-815 and Transformer 3 Review

Evercool HPL-815 and Transformer 3 Review

» October 19, 2011 05:00PM

Corsair Hydro Series H100 Review

Corsair Hydro Series H100 Review

» September 14, 2011 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM and GeminII S524 Review

Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM and GeminII S524 Review

» August 15, 2011 05:00PM

Corsair Hydro H80 Review

Corsair Hydro H80 Review

» July 30, 2011 05:00PM

NZXT Havik 140 Review

NZXT Havik 140 Review

» July 13, 2011 05:00PM

Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler Review

» May 3, 2011 05:00PM

Corsair H60 Water Cooling Kit Review

Corsair H60 Water Cooling Kit Review

» April 26, 2011 05:00PM

Antec Kuhler H2O 620 Review

Antec Kuhler H2O 620 Review

» April 5, 2011 05:00PM

Noctua NH-C14 Review

Noctua NH-C14 Review

» April 4, 2011 05:00PM

Zalman CNPS9900 Max Review

Zalman CNPS9900 Max Review

» December 29, 2010 05:00PM

Deepcool Ice Matrix 600 Review

Deepcool Ice Matrix 600 Review

» December 26, 2010 05:00PM

Deepcool Ice Matrix 400 Review

Deepcool Ice Matrix 400 Review

» December 21, 2010 05:00PM

Zalman CNPS8000A CPU Cooler Review

Zalman CNPS8000A CPU Cooler Review

» November 15, 2010 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP Review

Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP Review

» October 26, 2010 05:00PM

Corsair H70 Review

Corsair H70 Review

» August 28, 2010 05:00PM

Corsair A50 and A70 Review

Corsair A50 and A70 Review

» August 25, 2010 05:00PM

Silenx Effizio Extreme Review

Silenx Effizio Extreme Review

» August 15, 2010 05:00PM

CoolIT Vantage Advanced Liquid Cooler Review

CoolIT Vantage Advanced Liquid Cooler Review

» August 14, 2010 05:00PM

Thermalright HR-02 Review

Thermalright HR-02 Review

» August 10, 2010 05:00PM

Thermalright Silver Arrow Review

Thermalright Silver Arrow Review

» August 9, 2010 05:00PM

Gelid Solutions Tranquillo Review

Gelid Solutions Tranquillo Review

» July 27, 2010 05:00PM

Prolimatech Super Mega Review

Prolimatech Super Mega Review

» July 19, 2010 05:00PM

Cooler Master V6GT Review

Cooler Master V6GT Review

» June 27, 2010 05:00PM

ThermoLab Baram 2010 Review

ThermoLab Baram 2010 Review

» June 13, 2010 05:00PM

Thermaltake Contac 29 Review

Thermaltake Contac 29 Review

» May 25, 2010 05:00PM

ZAWARD ZCJ013 Vapor 120 Review

ZAWARD ZCJ013 Vapor 120 Review

» May 16, 2010 05:00PM

Thermaltake Frio Review

Thermaltake Frio Review

» May 11, 2010 05:00PM

Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme Rev.C Review

Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme Rev.C Review

» May 5, 2010 05:00PM

Coolink Corator DS Review

Coolink Corator DS Review

» May 1, 2010 05:00PM

Cooler Master Vortex Plus Review

Cooler Master Vortex Plus Review

» April 18, 2010 05:00PM

Coolit  ECO A.L.C. Review

Coolit ECO A.L.C. Review

» April 11, 2010 05:00PM

Thermaltake Silent 1156  Review

Thermaltake Silent 1156 Review

» March 20, 2010 05:00PM

Xtreme Gear HP-1216B Review

Xtreme Gear HP-1216B Review

» February 27, 2010 05:00PM

Thermaltake SpinQ VT Review

Thermaltake SpinQ VT Review

» February 22, 2010 05:00PM

Noctua NH-C12P SE14 Review

Noctua NH-C12P SE14 Review

» February 14, 2010 05:00PM

Noctua NH-U9B Special Edition SE 2  Review

Noctua NH-U9B Special Edition SE 2 Review

» December 16, 2009 05:00PM

Noctua NH-D14 Review

Noctua NH-D14 Review

» December 9, 2009 05:00PM

Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Review

Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Review

» November 9, 2009 05:00PM

Dynatron Genius Review

Dynatron Genius Review

» November 3, 2009 05:00PM

Titan Skalli Review

Titan Skalli Review

» October 3, 2009 05:00PM

ThermoLab BADA Review

ThermoLab BADA Review

» September 27, 2009 05:00PM

Titan  TTC-NK95TZ Entertainer Review

Titan TTC-NK95TZ Entertainer Review

» September 20, 2009 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper N620 Review

Cooler Master Hyper N620 Review

» September 7, 2009 05:00PM

AMA Phantom Review

AMA Phantom Review

» August 18, 2009 05:00PM

AMA Orc Review

AMA Orc Review

» July 29, 2009 05:00PM

Xigmatek Dark Knight-S1283V Review

Xigmatek Dark Knight-S1283V Review

» July 28, 2009 05:00PM

Xigmatek Thor's Hammer HDT-S126384 Review

Xigmatek Thor's Hammer HDT-S126384 Review

» July 26, 2009 05:00PM

ZEROtherm Core 92 Review

ZEROtherm Core 92 Review

» July 19, 2009 05:00PM

Evercool Transformer 4 Review

Evercool Transformer 4 Review

» June 20, 2009 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Review

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Review

» June 11, 2009 05:00PM

Kingwin XT-1264 Review

Kingwin XT-1264 Review

» May 27, 2009 05:00PM

Thermaltake ISGC-400 CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake ISGC-400 CPU Cooler Review

» May 23, 2009 05:00PM

Thermaltake ISGC-300 CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake ISGC-300 CPU Cooler Review

» May 16, 2009 05:00PM

Titan Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ (RB) Review

Titan Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ (RB) Review

» April 28, 2009 05:00PM

Thermaltake ProWater 880i Review

Thermaltake ProWater 880i Review

» March 25, 2009 05:00PM

GELID Silent Spirit Review

GELID Silent Spirit Review

» February 21, 2009 05:00PM

Cooler Master V10 Review

Cooler Master V10 Review

» February 15, 2009 05:00PM

Scythe Kama  Angle Review

Scythe Kama Angle Review

» February 12, 2009 05:00PM

Noctua  NH-U12P SE 1366 Review

Noctua NH-U12P SE 1366 Review

» February 8, 2009 05:00PM

Reeven RCCT-0901SP Review

Reeven RCCT-0901SP Review

» February 4, 2009 05:00PM

Evercool Buffalo Review

Evercool Buffalo Review

» February 1, 2009 05:00PM

Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro Review

Thermaltake BigTyp 14Pro Review

» January 18, 2009 05:00PM

Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler Review

Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler Review

» December 22, 2008 05:00PM

CoolIT Domino A.L.C. Review

CoolIT Domino A.L.C. Review

» December 18, 2008 05:00PM

Titan Cool Idol CPU Cooler Review

Titan Cool Idol CPU Cooler Review

» December 14, 2008 05:00PM

Thermaltake SpinQ  Review

Thermaltake SpinQ Review

» December 3, 2008 05:00PM

OCZ Gladiator MAX Review

OCZ Gladiator MAX Review

» October 28, 2008 05:00PM

Cooler Master GeminII S Review

Cooler Master GeminII S Review

» October 11, 2008 05:00PM

Cooler Master V8  Review

Cooler Master V8 Review

» October 1, 2008 05:00PM

Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer Review

Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer Review

» September 7, 2008 05:00PM

ASUS Triton 78 Review

ASUS Triton 78 Review

» August 11, 2008 05:00PM

Scythe Ninja 2 Review

Scythe Ninja 2 Review

» August 6, 2008 05:00PM

Silenx Ixtrema  Review

Silenx Ixtrema Review

» July 5, 2008 05:00PM

ASUS Triton 85 Review

ASUS Triton 85 Review

» July 2, 2008 05:00PM

ZEROtherm Zen CPU Cooler FZ120 Review

ZEROtherm Zen CPU Cooler FZ120 Review

» June 9, 2008 05:00PM

Asus Triton 77 Review

Asus Triton 77 Review

» June 2, 2008 05:00PM

Scythe Shuriken Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Shuriken Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

» May 28, 2008 05:00PM

Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler Review

» May 14, 2008 05:00PM

Scythe Zipang 139MM CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Zipang 139MM CPU Cooler Review

» May 7, 2008 05:00PM

Thermolab Micro Silencer Review

Thermolab Micro Silencer Review

» May 3, 2008 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper Z600 Review

Cooler Master Hyper Z600 Review

» May 3, 2008 05:00PM

Coolit Pure Review

» May 1, 2008 05:00PM

Thermolab Nano Silencer Review

Thermolab Nano Silencer Review

» April 29, 2008 05:00PM

OCZ Vendetta 2  Review

OCZ Vendetta 2 Review

» April 9, 2008 05:00PM

Cooler Master Hyper TX2 Review

Cooler Master Hyper TX2 Review

» March 27, 2008 05:00PM

CoolJag Falcon 92-Cu Heatsink Review

CoolJag Falcon 92-Cu Heatsink Review

» March 12, 2008 05:00PM

Thermalright Ultima 90 Review

Thermalright Ultima 90 Review

» February 3, 2008 05:00PM

OCZ Vanquisher  Review

OCZ Vanquisher Review

» December 21, 2007 05:00PM

Noctua NH-U12P CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-U12P CPU Cooler Review

» December 18, 2007 05:00PM

OCZ Vendetta CPU Cooler Review

OCZ Vendetta CPU Cooler Review

» November 27, 2007 05:00PM

Gigabyte Volar Review

Gigabyte Volar Review

» November 25, 2007 05:00PM

CoolerMaster Hyper212 Review

CoolerMaster Hyper212 Review

» November 22, 2007 05:00PM

ZEROtherm Nirvana NV 120 Cpu Cooler Review

ZEROtherm Nirvana NV 120 Cpu Cooler Review

» October 30, 2007 05:00PM

Cooler Master Aquagate S1

» August 15, 2007 05:00PM

Coolink Silentator Heatpipe Cooler

» July 2, 2007 05:00PM

Swiftech MCW6500-T TEC (Peltier) Assisted Water Block

Swiftech MCW6500-T TEC (Peltier) Assisted Water Block

» June 13, 2007 05:00PM

You're as cold as ice, willing to sacrifice.

Thermaltake MaxOrb CPU Cooler

» June 11, 2007 05:00PM

ZEROtherm BTF90 CPU Cooler

» May 27, 2007 05:00PM

Thermaltake Symphony Mini

» May 5, 2007 05:00PM

Ultra ChillTec Thermo Electric Cpu Cooler

» April 7, 2007 05:00PM

Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX Review

» March 4, 2007 05:00PM

Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Review

» February 27, 2007 05:00PM

CoolIT Eliminator Review

» January 3, 2007 05:00PM

DangerDen MaximumCPU Water Cooling kit Review

» October 28, 2006 05:00PM

Thermalright XP-120 K8/P4 CPU Cooler Review

» September 27, 2004 05:00PM

CoolerMaster Hyper 6 (KHC-V81-U1) Heatsink Review

» June 10, 2004 05:00PM

Asetek Antarctica WaterChill CPU Cooling Kit Review

» April 24, 2004 05:00PM

Vantec Aeroflow 2 Heatsink Review

» April 4, 2004 05:00PM

Aerocool HT-101 Heatsink Review

» March 22, 2004 05:00PM

Dr Thermal Sandwich (TI-A8641L) Heatsink Review

» January 25, 2004 05:00PM

ChillVent II Deluxe Cooler Review

» January 24, 2004 05:00PM

DangerDen Maze 4 CPU and GPU Waterblocks Review

» January 14, 2004 05:00PM

Scythe Kamakaze Heatsink Review

» January 3, 2004 05:00PM

Spire Skive Stream II Heat Sink Review

» December 27, 2003 05:00PM

Spire Whisper Rock IV Heat Sink Review

» December 10, 2003 05:00PM

Cooler Master Aero 7+ Plus Heatsink Review

» November 1, 2003 05:00PM

Aerocool Extreme Socket 478 HSF Review

» October 12, 2003 05:00PM

Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite CPU Cooler Review

» October 8, 2003 05:00PM

Thermaltake Volcano 11+ Heatsink (Xaser Edition) Review

» July 2, 2003 05:00PM

AHANIX Iceberg 1 Water Cooling System Review

» May 30, 2003 05:00PM

CoolerMaster X-Dream (HAC-V81) CPU Cooler Review

» January 27, 2003 05:00PM

Swiftech MCX462 heatsink review

» January 27, 2003 05:00PM

Thermaltake Aquarius II Liquid Cooling Review

» December 19, 2002 05:00PM

AeroCool X-Factor CPU Cooler (HSF) Review

» December 10, 2002 05:00PM

AeroCool AB7080H CPU Cooler (HSF) Review

» December 3, 2002 05:00PM

Zalman CNPS5700D-Cu Quiet CPU Cooler Review

» November 22, 2002 05:00PM

Thermaltake Volcano 9 Heatsink and Fan Review

» November 19, 2002 05:00PM

Thermaltake Volcano 7+ Copper Heatsink and Fan Review

» October 23, 2002 05:00PM

DangerDen Custom Water Cooling Kit Review

» September 10, 2002 05:00PM

Dynatron's Socket A Cooler Model #DC1206BM-O Review

» September 4, 2002 05:00PM

Ahanix Iceberg 1 Water Cooling Kit Review

» August 18, 2002 05:00PM

Aerocool Skive Fin Series CPU Cooler AS-6032cu Review

» July 29, 2002 05:00PM

Zalman CNPS 5100-Cu heatsink review

» July 24, 2002 05:00PM

Zalman CPNS6000-CU heatsink review

» July 23, 2002 05:00PM

Thermaltake Volcano 9 heatsink review /w smart fan 2

» July 10, 2002 05:00PM

ThermalTake Volcano 7+ Heatsink review

» May 16, 2002 05:00PM

Evercool CUD-725 heatsink review

» January 13, 2002 05:00PM

ThermalTake Volcano 7 heatsink review

» November 4, 2001 05:00PM

TI-V77 Dr. Thermal CPU Cooler

» September 30, 2001 05:00PM

ThermalTake Volcano 5, Volcano 6cu, Volcano 6cu+ Shootout!

» August 30, 2001 05:00PM

ThermoEngine V6 Heatsink

» July 31, 2001 05:00PM

Mini Copper ORB

» July 14, 2001 05:00PM

Zalman CNPS7000B-AlCu Heatsink Fan Review

» January 18, 2007 02:21PM


CPU Cooling News (30)

Gammaxx L240 Cooler Launched by Deepcool

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 16, 2018 01:27PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Deepcool is launching a new line of AIO liquid coolers, starting with the Gammaxx L240 and it is meant to build upon the success of the coolers the company has produced before. It features a pair of 120 mm RGB fans that have six ultra-bright RGB LEDs and a new water block that also sports RGB LEDs. All of the lights work with 12 V RGB enabled computers, so your motherboard can control the lighting. The block supports a number of sockets: for Intel the LGA 20XX, LGA 1366, and LGA 115X; for AMD the AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, and FM1.

The Gammaxx L420 will be available this month for a cost of $89.99.

Source: Press Release




EK Announces Velocity CPU Water Blocks

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 18, 2018 01:57PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Today EK announced a new series of CPU water blocks, for those who use custom watercooling for their computer(s). This new series, the EK-Velocity, has 14 versions of the block covering different materials and RGB support are designed to reduce restriction, so coolant can flow through it more easily and efficiently. Besides the block, the mounting bracket has been reinforced and introduces smaller streamlined mounting mounting screws.

Between the 14 EK-Velocity blocks, you have options to include RGB lighting or not, if you want copper or nickel-plated copper, and if you want black acetal or clear plexi for the top, or if you want the full nickel design. There are also versions supporting Intel 115x and 20xx sockets or the AMD AM4 socket. The blocks cost between $84.99 and $109.99 and pre-orders will start shipping on October 1.

Source: EK Water Blocks



MasterLiquid ML360R is Cooler Master’s First 360 mm AIO Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: August 15, 2018 09:34AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


There are a host of CPU cooling options out there for people to consider, based on their needs and desires. Another to consider, if your case has the room for it, is Cooler Master's first AIO liquid cooler with a 360 mm radiator, the MasterLiquid ML360R. A 360 mm radiator means this unit will use three 120 mm fans to drive air through the radiator to cool the coolant your CPU heats up. Those fans are PWM controlled for speeds from 650 RPM to 2000 RPM and sport eight addressable RGB LEDs for 16.7 million colors. The pump has been designed in-house and uses a low-profile, dual chamber design that keeps the incoming coolant separated from the heated liquid. The precision machined microchannel cold plate will help your CPU's heat dissipate into the coolant.

The MasterLiquid ML360R is available now from Newegg with an MSRP of $159.99.

Source: Press Release and Cooler Master




Noctua Introduces Three Quiet Coolers for Intel LGA3647 Socket CPUs

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 19, 2018 02:00PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Regardless of what your processor is, properly cooling it is important, and proper cooling can involve having a cooler with a coldplate sized to your chip's IHS. To satisfy the need for Intel's LGA3647 socket, Noctua is introducing three new quiet coolers to cover Xeon Scalable and Xeon-Phi processors. The NH-U14S DX-3647, NH-U12S DX-3647, and NH-U9S DX-3647 4U all feature 70 x 56 mm plate to cover these large processors. The U14S naturally is the model with a 140 mm fan, in this case a single NF-A15 PWM fan, while the other two coolers will use a dual-fan configuration. The U12S has a pair of NF-A12x25 while the U9S uses two NF-A9 HS-PWM fans. The two larger coolers are meant more for tower-style cases but the NH-U9S DX-3647 4U is small enough that four of them can fit inside of cases meant to hold four large LGA3647 CPUs. Two sets of brackets come with the coolers to support both the square and narrow versions of the LGA3647 sockets.

It might be worth noting the 28-core/56-thread CPU Intel showed off at Computex as coming later this year was most likely in an LGA3647 socket. Of course these coolers will likely not get you to 5 GHz, but then it is hard to compete with a water chiller.

Source: Noctua



ID-Cooling Releases Addressable LED CHROMAFLOW 240 AIO Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 8, 2018 07:02AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you like having components featuring RGB LEDs then you might also like the ability to control them and synchronize them with the rest of your components. To satisfy that desire, ID-Cooling has released its new CHROMAFLOW 240 AIO liquid cooler with its full-addressable RGB LEDs. Both the pump and the two included fans have the controllable LEDs and with the RGB splitter they can be connected to and controlled by the motherboard. The splitter can actually connect four devices to the motherboard, so you can synchronize another fan with it, if you wish. The cooler also comes with a remote control for controlling the lighting.

Moving on to the specs of the cooler, it has a 240 mm radiator and comes with a pair of ZF-12025-RGB fans, which have 14 addressable LEDs in their frames. These are PWM controlled from 900 RPM up to 2000 RPM with a maximum airflow of 55.2 CFM, each. Rubber dampeners are mounted at the four corners to lessen vibration. The pump uses a micro-fin pure copper base to quickly transfer heat from the CPU to the coolant. It is compatible with current AMD and Intel sockets and has an MSRP of $119.99.

Source: ID Cooling




Cooler Master Introduces Addressable RGB AIO CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 17, 2018 10:56AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

If you are among those who want your computer to shine in your colors, Cooler Master has announced its first AIO liquid CPU coolers with addressable RGB lights. With addressable RGB LEDs it is possible to control the lights from the software for Asus, MSI, and ASRock motherboards, or with the MasterPlus+ software coming from Cooler Master in the future.

The two new coolers are the Master Liquid ML120R RGB and ML240R RGB, with the ML120R featuring a 120 mm radiator while the ML240R has a 240 mm radiator for improved cooling. The new pump design has 12 addressable RGB LEDs on the block and each fan has eight. Each LED can be controlled individually through the motherboard or Cooler Master software, and they are able to produce 16.7 million colors as well.

Besides the addressable RGB LEDs, these coolers also feature a dual chamber pump design, that keeps the incoming and outgoing coolant separate for more efficient cooling and the radiators are low resistance, for easy air flow. While the ML120R is only large enough for one 120 mm fan on a side, it actually comes with two fans for a push-pull configuration. The FEP tubing is sleeved for improved durability.

Both coolers are on available today with the ML120R RGB priced at $99.99 and the ML240R RGB costing $119.99. The MasterPlus+ software from Cooler Master for managing the RGB is in beta testing currently, but should be available in May. Until then, users can use the provided RGB controller.

Source: Press Release




Dark Rock 4 Series CPU Coolers Announced by be quiet!

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 10, 2018 05:55AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


When putting together a computer, there can be a balancing act between performance and noise, but thankfully there are a number of products out there that exist to enable high performance without being loud. A new example of this is the Dark Rock 4 series from be quiet!, a power supply market leader in Germany that also makes air coolers. The Dark Rock 4 and Dark Rock Pro 4 build on the designs of their predecessors to provide greater cooling without being louder.

The Dark Rock 4 single-tower cooler has a maximum power capacity of 200 W thanks to optimizations compared to the previous design. It sports six heat pipes to bring the heat up to the wave-contoured cooling fans that also feature a special black coating that contains ceramic particles to improve heat transfer. It comes with a single Silent Wings PWM fan to move air silently.

The Dark Rock Pro 4 is a double-tower cooler with many of the same features of the Dark Rock 4. It has a seventh heat pipe though and a second fan, a Silent Wings 3 PWM, for improved cooling, reaching a TDP of 250 W. While the Dark Rock 4 improved its cooling while staying as loud as its predecessor, the Dark Rock 4 Pro instead reduced the noise level to 24.3 dB(A) while keeping the cooling performance of its predecessor.

The Dark Rock 4 has an MSRP of $74.90 while the Dark Rock Pro 4 is set to cost you $89.99. Both coolers are backed by a three-year warranty.

Source: Press Release




Corsair Launches Updated H60 Liquid CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: March 22, 2018 01:05PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Whether you overclock your CPU or not, cooling is critical to achieving and maintaining good performance, and thankfully there are a wealth of coolers available to get the job done. Today Corsair has announced its new Hydro Series H60 liquid CPU cooler, an updated version of an already successful product to deliver even better performance. The 120 mm radiator features a denser design and the new cold plate also improves its performance. The result is the best 120 mm cooler the company has ever offered.

The new H60 is compatible with AM4, LGA 1151, and LGA 2066 socket processors, which covers a large number of AMD and Intel CPUs, and with its tool-free installation, you can get it going to minutes. It is available immediately through Corsair's network of retailers and distributors, and is backed by a five year warranty.

 

 

Source: Corsair




DASHFLOW 240 AIO CPU Cooler Announced by ID-COOLING

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: February 12, 2018 11:12AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


ID-COOLING has today announced its new DASHFLOW 240 all-in-one liquid CPU cooler, and like many products today, it does sport RGB lighting in both the fans and on the pump. The LEDs can be synchronized with a motherboard RGB control.

As the name suggests, this AIO supports two 120 mm fans that are PWM controlled for speeds from 900 RPM to 2000 RPM for a maximum airflow of 56.5 CFM. The four corners have rubber dampeners to keep things quiet. Attached to the motor are nine LEDs and both the fan blades and frame are made of a light emitting material to evenly spread the lighting.

The pump is newly designed for cooling and is capable of 450 L/H and 3 m flow lift. With a larger copper base and micro fin submerged design, it will efficiently pull heat away from your CPU. The premium sleeved tubing has G1/4 fittings on both ends, which ID-COOLING recommends you do not twist unless you are familiar with custom water cooling kits.

The DASHFLOW 240 is compatible with the current sockets from both Intel and AMD and has an MSRP of $140.

Source: Press Release




Two New CPU AIO Coolers Released by Cooler Master

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: November 15, 2017 01:28PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you want your computer to run the best it can, good cooling is imperative. To that end, Cooler Master has released two new all-in-one CPU coolers, the MasterLiquid ML120L RGB and ML240L RGB. As you might be able to guess from their names, both feature RGB lighting and one has a 120 mm radiator while the other has a 240 mm radiator. Besides the RGB lighting, both coolers also have double layer tubing with an inner layer of FEP tubing and outer sleeve tubing around that. A low-profile dual chamber RGB pump is also used, so between it and the MasterFan MF120R RGB fans, you can light up the cooler however you want, if you have a compatible ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, or Asrock RGB motherboard.

Both coolers have a 2 year warranty, support AMD's AM4 and Intel's LGA 2066 sockets, and should be up for pre-sale now in North America. The MasterLiquid ML120L RGB has a starting MSRP of $59.99 and the ML240L RGB comes in at $69.99.

Source: Press Release




be quiet! Announces Shadow Rock TF 2 CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 13, 2017 04:00PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The latest CPU cooler from be quiet! is the Shadow Rock TF 2, the successor to the Shadow Rock TopFlow. A low profile design, with a height of just 112mm with a fan, and a TDP of 160W make the TF 2 a great choice for systems of all sizes. The TF 2 is centered around five 6mm copper heat pipes that are directly connected to the base, allowing for the most efficient transfer of heat. An included 135mm sound optimized fan helps to further increase the cooling potential while keeping noise to just 24.4dbB. The Shadow Rock TF 2 has an MSRP of $60 and has mounting kits for both Intel and AMD systems.

Source: Press Release




Phanteks Announces Glacier C350a Waterblock

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 24, 2017 03:02PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Phanteks has announced its next waterblock for AMD CPUs, the Glacier C350a, described as "a true enthusiasts and high performance watercooling product." It is compatible with AM4, FM1, FM2(+), AM3(+), and AM2(+) sockets. The waterblock is manufactured with a copper base with integrated cooling fins, magnetic anodized aluminum plates, a polished acrylic surface, and nickel finish in satin black or mirror chrome color options. Integrated RGB lighting is compatible with Phanteks RGB-equipped cases, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.

Source: Press Release




Noctua Announces AM4 Upgrade Kit for NH-L9a and NH-L9i Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 23, 2017 04:25PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Noctua has been designing upgrade kits for its older coolers when new sockets come out, going as far as offering them for free to users with proof of purchase for an "AM4 motherboard or AM4 CPU as well as a Noctua NH-L9a or NH-L9i CPU cooler." The company had previously released the NM-AM4-UxS and the NM-AM4 upgrade kits that covered a large number of its coolers, while the NM-AM4-L9x upgrade kit is targeted at these two low profile coolers. CEO Roland Mossig described the upgrade kits, stating "We’ve been offering the free NM-AM4 and NM-AM4-UxS upgrade kits for our larger cooler models for several months now and the response has been overwhelming – we’re proud to have so many customers who want to keep using their trusted Noctua heatsinks on the new AM4 platform. Just in time for the first AM4 mini-ITX motherboards, we’re now also offering an upgrade kit for our popular NH-L9a and NH-L9i low-profile coolers." The free upgrades have an expected ship time of 1-4 weeks and users that don't want to wait can buy one for $7.90 at retailers such as Amazon.

Source: Press Release



Noctua Announces Three Coolers for AMD Ryzen

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: February 2, 2017 05:04PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Noctua has announced a trio of special edition coolers designed for the newest AMD Ryzen architecture. The three coolers are designed with different applications in mind. The NH-L9x65 targets compact systems, the NH-U12S provides an "excellent balance of performance and compatibility," and the NH-D15 "provides maximum cooling performance for overclockers and silent enthusiasts." The NH-D15 is the largest of the three and the NH-L9x65 the smallest with the NH-U12S offering something in the middle. Included fans offer PWM with automatic speed control and Low-Noise Adaptors to provide quiet cooling. Noctua CEO Roland Mossig described the new coolers stating, "AMD’s Ryzen architecture promises exciting possibilities for various applications and the NH-D15, NH-U12S and NH-L9x65 are some of our most popular models, so it was a natural choice to create dedicated special editions for the new platform." The NH-L9x65 has an MSRP of $52.90, the NH-U12S has an MSRP of $64.90, and the NH-D15 will cost $99.90.

Source: Press Release




Thermaltake and CoolChip Announce Low-Profile CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 31, 2016 03:31PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced a partnership with CoolChip Technologies, with the first offering of the collaboration coming in the form of the Engine 27 1U Low-Profile cooler, a member of the Engine X series. The Engine X series seeks to find a balance between size, performance, and sound level. Thermaltake CEO and Chairman Kenny Lin described the decision to partner with CoolChip, stating "We believe CoolChip’s innovative technology is revolutionary and will enable us to continue to deliver the best products for our users." He also added that the Kinetic Cooling technology from CoolChip will help Thermaltake serve users better as it is primarily focused on liquid cooling these days. CEO of CoolChip Will Sanchez also chimed in, stating "Our partnership with Thermaltake is the first step in rendering the traditional heat-sink plus-fan approach obsolete and ushering the next generation of air cooling solutions."

Source: Press Release




ID-COOLING Announces ICEKIMO 240W Liquid Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 29, 2016 04:11PM
Author: Nick Harezga

ID-COOLING has announced an updated version of its ICEKIMO 120W all-in-one water cooler with the ICEKIMO 240W. The ICEKIMO 120W was the "world’s first pure white water cooler with a 120mm radiator," and as the name suggests the 240W expands the radiator size to 240mm. Included with the 240mm radiator is a square water block, white tubing, and two SF-12025 fans with white LED lighting. The fans have adjustable RPM from 700 to 1500RPM with airflow up to 62CFM. It is compatible with all major Intel and AMD platforms and will have an MSRP of $99.99.

Source: Press Release



Cooler Master Announces New All-in-One Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: August 16, 2016 03:39PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Cooler Master has announced a new all-in-one liquid cooler, the MasterLiquid Maker 92, which "skirts the divide between liquid and air cooling by combining properties from both." The pump and radiator were combined into a single piece flanked by two MasterFan Pro 92mm fans and attached directly to the CPU mounting apparatus. It uses a swivel mechanism to allow for horizontal or vertical fan configurations, giving users options for different size cases. Cooler Master will begin accepting a limited number of pre-order on August 30 with availability sometime in September.

Source: Press Release




Thermaltake Announces Pacific RL360 D5 RGB and RL240 D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kits

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 31, 2016 04:54PM
Author: bp9801


If you need to seriously beef up your computer's cooling, Thermaltake has you covered with its two new water cooling kits. The Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB Water Cooling Kit and Pacific RL240 D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit are the company's latest creations, featuring a hard tube design for a different take on the typical water cooling setup. The RL360 kit features three Riing 12 RGB radiator fans and a 360mm radiator, with the RL240 packing two Riing 12 LED radiator fans and a 240mm rad. Both kits include a Pacific W1 CPU water block, a Pacific PR22-D5 pump and reservoir, four V-Tubler PETG tubes, six Pacific G1/4 compression fittings, red C1000 Opaque coolant, and some accesories, including a universal backplate and mounting kit. Everything you need for a custom water cooling loop is included with each kit, so all you have to do is pick what one best fits your needs.

The Thermaltake Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB and Pacific RL240 D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kits did not have an announced release date or price, but expect that information soon.

Source: Press Release




World's First Software Controlled RGB Heatsink Made by CRYORIG and NZXT

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 31, 2016 12:02PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

CRYORIG and NZXT have teamed up to bring us the world's first software controlled RGB heatsink, the H7 Quad Lumi. As you might have guessed by the name, it is based on the CRYORIG H7 cooler, but has been upgraded some, increasing its performance by at least 10%, so it now supports 150+ W CPUs. It has four 6 mm heatpipes and its base is pure copper with nickel playing.

Beyond the improved heatpipes, the H7 Quad Lumi features the Lumi lighting system. This system is built on NZXT's Hue+ controller board, which will allow it to sport nine special lighting effects at launch, with more coming via firmware updates. The Lumi system is also capable of dual channel LED configurations, so the lights at the logo and base of the cooler can be controlled separately. Naturally the software for controlling the LEDs, NZXT CAM, will also allow one to monitor the CPU temperature, fan RPM, and profile settings.

The targeted release date is the 2016 holiday season. Price will be announced later.

 

 

Source: Press Release




Recall Issued for EK-XLC Predator CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 14, 2016 05:27PM
Author: Nick Harezga

A recall has been issued by EK Water Blocks for its EK-XLC Predator 240 Rev 1.0 and EK-XLC Predator 360 Rev 1.0 all-in-one liquid coolers. The recall was issued after it was determined that the units could leak from the water block. The company has reported that one in ten units have been effected by the leak caused by a faulty O-ring on units produced between October and December 2015. Customers can return their water blocks until February 29, 2016 for a full refund or exchange for Rev 1.1 of their given unit, and the company will even cover the shipping costs. If you have one of the water blocks in question you can visit the official RMA page.

Source: Legit Reviews



Various CPU Coolers Are Likely Damaging Intel Skylake CPUs

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: December 4, 2015 05:48AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Owners of Intel Skylake processors have begun reporting that their CPUs are being damaged, apparently due to the CPU coolers that are being utilized within system builds. This is due to the substrate on Skylake processors being thinner than that of previous generations, though Intel is claiming that Skylake CPUs still feature the same 50 pound maximum static load as prior generations. Various manufacturers of CPU coolers for Skylake products have publically noted that while their products may be compatible with socket 1151, the mounting pressure as well as the weight of the coolers may potentially cause damage, especially during shipping. Scythe, for example, has revealed that while its mounting system is compatible with Skylake sockets, it is providing owners of its Ashura, Mugen 4, Mugen 4 PCGH-Edition, Fuma, Ninja 4, Grand Kama Cross 4, Mugen Max, and Kotetsu products with a new set of screws that reduces overall mounting pressure, decreasing the risk of damage.

Intel is currently investigating the reports of damaged Skylake CPUs caused by CPU coolers, but did note that it does not test third-party cooling solutions and simply provides vendors with specifications guidelines that they are supposed to follow.

Source: Tom's Hardware



DEEPCOOL Announces Captain 240 White Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 20, 2015 03:25PM
Author: Nick Harezga

DEEPCOOL has announced a new liquid cooler, the Captain 240 White, which gets its name from a pair of 120mm fans and its white color. The all-in-one design features an all copper CPU block with patented Separated Section design, dividing the cold plate and pump into two blocks. A pair of 120mm PWM fans circulate air through the radiator at speeds ranging from 600 to 2200RPM for an "unbelievable performance/noise ratio." The cooler is compatible with Intel and AMD systems, including the latest Intel LGA2011-V3. The Captain 240 White will be available next month at an MSRP of $115.99.

Source: Press Release



ARCTIC Announces First Semi Passive Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 29, 2015 03:24PM
Author: Nick Harezga


ARCTIC has designed a smaller and lighter follow up to the i30/A30 cooler with the i32/A32 semi passive CPU cooler. A newly designed fan controller enables the semi passive operation, where the fan remains off during normal computer operations and gradually increases in speed as the temperature rises. The result is quieter overall operation and increased fan lifespan due to reduced run time. It is available now for both Intel and AMD CPUs at an MSRP of $49.99.

Source: Press Release




CRYORIG Announces M9i/a Ultra Compact CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 16, 2015 03:56PM
Author: Nick Harezga


CRYORIG has announced a new ultra compact tower cooler, the M9i/a. The new heatsink utilizes three 6mm heatpipes with a True Copper base and 92mm PWM fan, a design that is "both compact and affordable, but comes packing with material and tech comparable to CRYORIG’s other ultra high end products." The cooler measures just 124.6mm in height and leaves enough space for RAM and PCI-E cards. The M9i is compatible with Intel sockets LGA115X and the M9a is compatible with AMD sockets FM1, FM2/+, AM2/+, and AM3/+. It will be available in September at an MSRP of $26.99.

Source: Press Release




CRYORIG Announces C7 CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 9, 2015 04:08PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Originally revealed at Computex 2015, the C7 is the latest CPU cooler from CRYORIG. The C7 measures just 47mm tall, "2mm taller than the Intel Stock Heatsink," while offering better cooling and lower noise than stock coolers. The cooler has four heatpipes with an included 92mm PWM fan and CRYORIG's proprietary Quad Inlet System. It was designed to comply with the Intel/AMD CPU Keep Out Zone, making it a zero interference cooler and a good choice for small form factor systems.

Source: CRYORIG




DEEPCOOL Announces Lucifer K2 Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: August 25, 2015 02:56PM
Author: Nick Harezga

DEEPCOOL has announced the launch of the newest addition to its GAMER STORM sub brand, the Lucifer K2 CPU Cooler. The K2 is built on the base design of the Lucifer V2 with some additional improvements. The K2 starts with a fanless design and six heatpipes but also adds a polished pure copper base and a 120mm slim fan. The slim fan was included to help with space constraints caused by the size of memory modules. The K2 is capable of cooling CPUs up to 130W with no added fans provided the case has adequate airflow. The Lucifer K2 will be available next month at an MSRP of $79.99.

Source: Press Release



Noctua Introduces the NM-i115x Upgrade Kit for Intel Z170 Motherboards

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: August 5, 2015 09:34AM
Author: bp9801

Intel's new Skylake processors have arrived, and with them come a new chipset and socket for motherboards. The Skylake processors run on Z170 motherboards and the LGA1151 socket, which is no surprise given the processors support DDR4 memory. It does mean that some CPU coolers may not support the LGA1151 socket right away, but if you have an older Noctua cooler, you're in luck. Noctua has announced the NM-i115x kit that can upgrade its older coolers to support the LGA1151 socket and allow you to keep using that favorite cooler. This kit is a free upgrade for most Noctua owners whose cooler won't work on Skylake (there are some coolers that require the kit to be purchased). All you need to do is a provide a proof of purchase (screenshot, photo, or scan) of the Noctua cooler and either the Z170 motherboard or Skylake processor, and then Noctua will ship you the NM-i115x kit.

The NM-i115x kit works on all Noctua coolers made since 2005, but all new coolers that came with the SecuFirm 2 mounting kit won't need to take advantage of it. If you own one of those and are already on an LGA1150, 1155, or 1156 motherboard, you can swap over to LGA1151 without worry. To see which coolers already fit on which motherboards, you can see Noctua's handy chart here. The NM-i115x kit can also be purchased in stores for a small fee if your cooler is not part of the free upgrade offer.

Source: Press Release



CRYORIG Introduces the A Series Hybrid Liquid Coolers and Pi IoT PSUs

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 2, 2015 08:57AM
Author: bp9801

CRYORIG has some new products it is introducing at Computex, with both liquid CPU coolers and a power supply series getting the royal treatment. The liquid CPU coolers belong to the A Series and are hybrid liquid cooling designs, where a 70mm Airflow Circulator fan is attached to the CPU block to help reduce temperatures in the surrounding components by up to 10 °C. The fan can be removed and attached however you like, so you can have it pointed at the VRMs, the video card(s), or the RAM. It's a PWM model that spins at up to 3,000RPM, but can dynamically adjust based on need, and should be virtually inaudible over any other system fan. CRYORIG's A Series Hybrid Liquid Coolers come in three different models, with the A40 and A40 Ultimate featuring a 240mm radiator with 120mm fans, and the A80 featuring a 280mm radiator with 140mm fans. Both the A40 and A80 feature 25mm thick fans, while the A40 Ultimate bumps it up to 38mm thick fans.

The company's Pi power supply series is one that may seem like any other power supply, until you get to one important feature that sets it apart. CRYORIG designed the Pi PSUs with Internet of Things (IoT) support to help minimize the hassle of configuring a Wake on LAN/Wake on WAN remote desktop function. Thanks to the Zero Hassle Hardware Wake feature, the Pi PSU can be paired with a smartphone over WiFi to perform the remote desktop capabilities you want. You can turn on your system after a power outage, turn it off to prevent damage during a storm, make sure you turned off your PC before heading on a trip, or any other function you can think of. Fan speed control, energy usage, power management, and more can all happen in the future with Pi and IoT, so it'll be very interesting to see where CRYORIG takes it. As for the PSUs themselves, they come in 660, 860, and 1000 watt models, range between 80 PLUS Gold to 80 PLUS Platinum, and are cooled by a 120mm PWM fan.

The CRYORIG A Series Hybrid Liquid Coolers will be available this summer, although prices are not yet known. The Pi power supplies are a proof of concept model to show what the Internet of Things is capable of, and are slated to arrive next summer.

Source: Press Release




Corsair Introduces the Hydro Series H110i GTX CPU Cooler and New HG10 Video Card Brackets

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 1, 2015 10:09AM
Author: bp9801


One of the many things Corsair knows how to do is cooling, with fans and CPU coolers featured in many different setups. It also knows GPU cooling by way of its CPU coolers, and today we get the best of both worlds. Corsair has announced its new Hydro Series H110i GTX CPU cooler, its most advanced and customizable cooler to date, as well as new HG10 cooling brackets for the TITAN X, GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980, and GTX 970 video cards. The H110i GTX has two 140mm fans on a 280mm radiator for some extreme cooling potential, plus quiet performance thanks to an improved pump design. Combine that with the improved coldplate and Corsair says the efficiency of the H110i GTX is second to none. The 140mm fans are the SP140L PWM models, which feature high-static pressure and customizable speeds. The built-in Corsair Link software lets users monitor the temperatures of both the CPU and coolant, adjust the fan speed, and change the RGB LED lighting all from the desktop.

The Hydro Series HG10 N980 and N970 cooling brackets can fit onto reference model NVIDIA GeForce TITAN X, GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980, GTX 970, and GTX 760 video cards. A Corsair Hydro Series CPU cooler of your choice can be fitted onto the bracket to help drop GPU temperatures and increase overclocking headroom. Corsair states GPU temps can drop by as much as 45 °C while clock speeds can increase up to 25%. The HG10's blower style fan can keep the VRM and VRAM cool, so pushing things as far as they can should not be an issue. Attach one of these babies to the video card of choice and you're one step closer to rocking it in the Bulldog.

The Corsair Hydro Series H110i GTX, HG10 N980, and HG10 N970 will be available starting in July. The H110i GTX is priced at $139.99, features a five-year warranty, and supports the Intel LGA 115x, 1366, and 2011 sockets, plus AMD AM2, AM3, FM1, and FM3 sockets. The HG10 N980 and N970 comes in at $39.99 and has a two-year warranty.

Source: Press Release




Noctua Announces Two CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 19, 2015 04:07PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Noctua has announced a pair of new CPU coolers featuring an asymmetrical layout and compatibility with 140mm fans. The NH-D15S utilizes a dual tower, single fan design, leaving enough room to prevent blocking slots on your motherboard. An additional fan can be installed in the front of the tower to enhance the cooling ability. The NH-C14S is a top-flow cooler measuring just 115mm tall with an included NF-A14 PWM fan. Both coolers are compatible with a wide range of Intel and AMD systems. The NH-C14S has an MSRP of $74.90 and the NH-D15S has a price of $79.90.

Source: Noctua



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