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Cases & Cooling | 17th September 2008
Could this be the best chassis that Thermaltake has ever made?
Cases & Cooling | 11th September 2008
Cooler Master have made some bold claims about their new Z600 cooler. We put the Z600 to the test to find out if it can really live up to the hype.
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Jonathan Stones | 26th April 2013
It's always nice to have a new baby in the family and Corsair's Obsidian case lineup is no different. As usual, we give it the OC3D once over to see how the new kid in town deals with its competition.
Adam Ferrol | 28th January 2013
jamesriley94 has posted up his new rig after his very successful win.
Adam Ferrol | 12th December 2012
Ace_Finland has posted an epic project log in the OC3D Forums based around the Cooler Master Test bench!
Cases & Cooling | 15th August 2008
Cooler Master's mid range chassis gets put through it's paces. Can it keep up?
Cases & Cooling | 3rd July 2008
Is the Scythe Kaze Master as sleek and stylish as the Kama Meter?
Cases & Cooling | 12th June 2008
10 heatpipes with a maximised cooling surface area makes the Orochi one big bad daddy
Cases & Cooling | 9th June 2008
Today we take a look at Titan's CPU cooler with a chilling twist. Claiming to reduce noise and temperatures, we put it to the test.
Tom Logan | 23rd August 2012
It seems like it has been ongoing for months already but it is finally time to take a look at the plans for the Orca Project
Gary Wain | 6th August 2012
NZXT meets XSPC. G-Dubs Project NZXSPC is now completed and raring to go. With GPU and CPU cooling as well as a custom painted motherboard, head on over tot he forums to see the full log and many other great builds.
Gary Wain | 20th July 2012
We've selected our kit, we've planned, we've modded. Now it's time for G-Dubs to bring everything together.
Tom Logan | 17th July 2012
We give the Noctua NH-L12 a quick overview whilst upgrading one of our home servers. Can the L12 be cool and quiet?
Gary Wain | 11th July 2012
G-Dubs gets his dremel out and makes some slight adjustments to the NZXT Phantom 410 case
Tom Logan | 4th July 2012
Scared to break the screw drivers out and fit your GPU with a waterblock? We show you how easy it really is.