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2 Cooler Master Silencio 650 Review

Cooler Master Silencio 650 Review

Cases & Cooling | 30th August 2012

We all know Cooler Master produce some excellent gaming and enthusiast cases. What many don't know is that they also do sleek and elegant. So does the 650, the flagship of the Silencio range have good reason to shout about keeping quiet

18 XSPC D5 RX360 Water Cooling Kit Review

XSPC D5 RX360 Water Cooling Kit Review

Cases & Cooling | 25th July 2012

XSPC releases kits with their new D5 pump in the line up, we get busy and see what all the fuss is about.

7 Aerocool Strike-X Air Review

Aerocool Strike-X Air Review

Cases & Cooling | 23rd July 2012

With it's bold and aggressive styling, the open frame design of Aerocool's Strike-X Air is aimed not just at gamers, but at those who like maximum access to their hardware.

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8 ThermalTake -  Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006

ThermalTake - Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006

Llwyd Johnson | 2nd September 2006

ThermalTake - Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006

6 Mozart TX

Mozart TX

Steven Brown | 29th August 2006

Mozart TX

3 Arctic Cooling L-Series

Arctic Cooling L-Series

Llwyd Johnson | 25th August 2006

Arctic Cooling L-Series

3 Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line

Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line

Derrek Huey | 18th August 2006

Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line

18 Fractal Designs R4 Review

Fractal Designs R4 Review

Cases & Cooling | 20th July 2012

The replacement for the ever popular R3 has finally been released. But will the R4 be as good in our eyes as its older brother?

4 Alpenfohn K2 Review

Alpenfohn K2 Review

Cases & Cooling | 18th July 2012

Top of the range dual tower heatsink from German manufacturers Alpenfohn but will K2 be a mountain or a molehill?

10 Xilence Interceptor Review

Xilence Interceptor Review

Cases & Cooling | 11th July 2012

With rugged looks and a capacious interior able to accept HPTX motherboards, lets see if the Xilence interceptor has what it takes to make the OC3D "A" list

106 Corsair Air Series Fans Review SP120 AF120 Review

Corsair Air Series Fans Review SP120 AF120 Review

Cases & Cooling | 5th July 2012

We take a look at the new Corsair fans, with different versions for static pressure and case airflow we wonder how good can these really be?

9 XSPC Raystorm 750 EX240 Watercooling Kit Review

XSPC Raystorm 750 EX240 Watercooling Kit Review

Cases & Cooling | 28th June 2012

We all know of XSPC as being one of the main players in the watercooling world. They release of their new line of water cooling kits, based around the Raystorm CPU block and the new EX series Radiators, along with the classic X20 750 Pump/res combo's see's them make a bid for the throne.

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4 Water Cooling - Quick Install/Leak Testing guide

Water Cooling - Quick Install/Leak Testing guide

Matt Kemp | 10th August 2006

This is a quick guide to installing your watercooling parts and getting them water-tight. Not meant as a complete guide, but worth a read if you are going into water-cooling.

5 Silverstone Hits Computex

Silverstone Hits Computex

Derrek Huey | 28th June 2006

Silverstone Hits Computex

5 Silverstone releases LC19 slimline case.

Silverstone releases LC19 slimline case.

James Napier | 22nd June 2006

Silverstone releases LC19 slimline case.

4 Silverstone Reveal New High-End Cooler

Silverstone Reveal New High-End Cooler

Matt Kemp | 14th April 2006

Silverstone Reveal New High-End Cooler

18 Customise your Case with Annodising

Customise your Case with Annodising

Matthew Fogg | 13th April 2006

This guide is for the more adventurous case modder looking for that one of a kind custom look about their case. The beauty of annodising is that it's surprisingly easy to achieve an amazing effect, for a remarkably low outlay of cash.

33 Adding a top mounted Window and Fan

Adding a top mounted Window and Fan

Matthew Fogg | 13th April 2006

These mods are available in a kit form, or you can buy the parts individually. Further,  they are really cheap but extremely effective for both effective cooling and looking really neat.

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