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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Cases & Cooling
Matthew Fogg | 10th July 2007
Arctic Cooling' 2nd generation High Performance Thermal Compound
Graham Newton | 5th July 2007
Specialtech release a quick showcase of the soon too be released Omaura TFT
Mike Reilly | 2nd July 2007
Nexus has released updates to 3 of their case fans. And 80mm, 92mm, and 120mm fan update. Read inside for more information.
Cases & Cooling | 18th May 2010
Heatsink for overclockers... Looks like its come to the right people then!
Cases & Cooling | 11th May 2010
After the success of the NH-D14 review, its now time for the NH-C12P SE14 to pass through the OC3D labs
Cases & Cooling | 22nd April 2010
We take a looks at the bohemoth that is the Nexus Edge.
Cases & Cooling | 13th April 2010
Your wish is our command. We take a look at the Prolimatech megahalem performance heatsink.
Cases & Cooling | 6th April 2010
We take a look at the K62 from Lancool to see if any of the Lian Li goodness has mades its way into the case.
Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007
Scythe Co., Ltd announces the PWM featured case fan in 92/120mm size
Jonathan Smith | 18th June 2007
Recent rumours would have you believing OCZ have cancelled their budget phase cooler. OC3D brings you the truth...
Derrek Huey | 16th June 2007
Scythe announces the release of their fanless 2.5" hard drive case.
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...