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5 Noctua NH-U12S Review

Noctua NH-U12S Review

Cases & Cooling | 5th September 2013

Lets take a look at the NH-U12S. Little brother to the by no means massive NH-U14S

11 NZXT PHANTOM 530 Review

NZXT PHANTOM 530 Review

Cases & Cooling | 2nd September 2013

NZXT have refreshed the Phantom line up in the form of the 530. It seems they've been listening to customer feedback, because guess what guys...It's got a bloody great window!!!

0 Cooler Master Silencio 650 Pure Review

Cooler Master Silencio 650 Pure Review

Cases & Cooling | 19th August 2013

With the "Silent" case market becoming ever more competitive Cooler Master release a feature light version of the Silencio 650. Less features at a lower price but have they cut too deep?

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1 Noctua to give free upgrades to support Skylake Z170 CPUs

Noctua to give free upgrades to support Skylake Z170 CPUs

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2015

Noctua to give free upgrades to support Skylake Z170 CPUs.

18 EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

Mark Campbell | 26th July 2015

EK have announced their first ever AIO Watercooler. Meet the EK Predator

1 EK Announces CoolStream CE Series Radiators

EK Announces CoolStream CE Series Radiators

Mark Campbell | 23rd July 2015

EK Announces their CoolStream CE Series Radiators, their newest high performance radiator with an "optimal price-performance ratio".

12 ID Cooling Release CPU and GPU AIO Watercooler

ID Cooling Release CPU and GPU AIO Watercooler

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2015

ID-COOLING officially releases the world's first integrated AIO water cooler for CPU & GPU with one radiator two pumps design, named HUNTER DUET.

12 BitFenix Ronin Review

BitFenix Ronin Review

Cases & Cooling | 15th August 2013

A Warrior without a Master. The New Ronin from BitFenix appears a force to be reckoned with.

2 Noctua NH-U14S Review

Noctua NH-U14S Review

Cases & Cooling | 25th July 2013

Noctua is a name we have not heard much of lately even though the NH-D14 is still holding its own in our benchmark tests. Will the new slim NH-U14S uphold the Noctua name?

22 Water Cooling Kit Group-Test

Water Cooling Kit Group-Test

Cases & Cooling | 8th July 2013

XSPC, EK, AlphaCool and Phobya do battle. Who will be crowned king of the 240mm radiator Water Cooling kits

11 Cooler Master Eisberg 120L Prestige Review

Cooler Master Eisberg 120L Prestige Review

Cases & Cooling | 10th June 2013

With only only 10% of an Iceberg visible above water there's a lot that's not immediately obvious. But does the Eisberg from Cooler Master have hidden depths?

2 Streacom FC9 HTPC Case Review

Streacom FC9 HTPC Case Review

Cases & Cooling | 3rd June 2013

With thick extruded Aluminium and genuinely silent capabilities the FC9 from Streacom is off to a good start. Granted silence is Golden, but what of it's performance?

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9 BitFenix Announces Alchemy 2.0 LED Strips

BitFenix Announces Alchemy 2.0 LED Strips

Mark Campbell | 16th July 2015

BitFenix Announces Alchemy 2.0 LED Strips for Case-mods, which have several refinements which will make them both easier to use and look better in your system.

4 EK releases new Extended Range series EK-Vardar fans

EK releases new Extended Range series EK-Vardar fans

Mark Campbell | 15th July 2015

EK releases new Extended Range series EK-Vardar fans.

16 Aqua Computer Unveils Radeon R9 Fury X Water Block

Aqua Computer Unveils Radeon R9 Fury X Water Block

Mark Campbell | 13th July 2015

Aqua Computer Unveils their Radeon R9 Fury X Water Block.

9 EK Announce availability of their R9 Fury X Water BLock

EK Announce availability of their R9 Fury X Water BLock

Mark Campbell | 7th July 2015

EK have announced the availability of their R9 Fury X Water Block.

10 Alphacool are creating a AMD R9 Fury X GPX Waterblock

Alphacool are creating a AMD R9 Fury X GPX Waterblock

Mark Campbell | 7th July 2015

Alphacool are creating a AMD R9 Fury X GPX Waterblock

30 Thermaltaking it too far?

Thermaltaking it too far?

Mark Campbell | 29th June 2015

It seems that Thermaltake have done it again, showing off an all new design. Does it look familiar to anyone?

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