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Cases & Cooling | 10th August 2010
Today we take a look at the new all-in-one CPU cooler from Corsair.
Cases & Cooling | 9th August 2010
The makers of the infamous Megahalems have yet another beast in store for you...
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Matthew Fogg | 13th June 2007
With the continuously improving living quality and technological developments today, there shouldn’t be any limits or boundaries on the things in our everyday lives anymore.
Matthew Fogg | 12th June 2007
Tagan has launched a range of new external hard drive enclosures in its Icy Box series
Matthew Fogg | 6th June 2007
Just when you thought cooling fans couldn't get any bigger...
Cases & Cooling | 13th July 2010
The makers of the highly regarded Megahalem have taken a slightly different path this time. Read on...
Cases & Cooling | 9th July 2010
Nexus think they have mastered the art of silent cooling with their VCT-9000 cooler. Let's see if we can prove it.
Cases & Cooling | 29th June 2010
Scythe have made a comeback with a new performance cooler, but does it deliver?
Cases & Cooling | 1st June 2010
Regular overclocker are we? Well having the motherboard on a box really doesnt cut it anymore. Dimastech have updated their legendary Bench Table, take a look inside to see what we think.
Cases & Cooling | 21st May 2010
Corsair are giving us a self-contained solution to our cooling needs. How does it perform?
Matt Kemp | 1st June 2007
One of our long-standing dedicated Forum (and clan) members Ham has managed a pretty nice World Record Overclock...peek inside to find out...
Jonathan Smith | 28th May 2007
Next generation MoDT chassis with maximum multimedia capability.
Jonathan Smith | 25th May 2007
Scythe the makers of high quality CPU coolers have introduced a unique new cooler: Scythe Kama Cross.
Matthew Fogg | 8th May 2007
Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the versatile featured case fan in 80/92/120mm size!
Matthew Fogg | 27th April 2007
Today we have an exclusive on an up and coming HTPC case manufacturer.
Derrek Huey | 24th April 2007
Arctic Cooling has just announced the release of their first passive VGA cooling solution for high-end cards, the Accelero S1.