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Cases & Cooling | 12th June 2008
10 heatpipes with a maximised cooling surface area makes the Orochi one big bad daddy
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Mark Campbell | 28th October 2014
Zalman has announced its latest ATX mid-tower case, the Z11 Neo. Featuring a matte-black color-scheme with glowing blue element.
Mark Campbell | 27th October 2014
Phanteks today announced the immediate availability of the PH-F120MP and PHF140MP Series High Static Pressure fans.
Mark Campbell | 24th October 2014
Lian Li has announced a new Mini ITX chassis which is tailor-made for building a NAS system.
Cases & Cooling | 4th June 2008
Cooling and silence is important these days, Nexus pride themselfs with their silent products. We have a look at some of their cooling solutions.
Cases & Cooling | 30th May 2008
According to the manufacturer, the Stealth is based on "flat cooler" technology and promises exceptional performance at a very low price
Cases & Cooling | 21st May 2008
The CoolIT Freezone uses the age-old Peltier concept to try and keep your CPU's temperature under control. Does it work? We find out...
Cases & Cooling | 20th May 2008
It is said Osiris is the Lord of the Overworld. We investigate to see if the new case from Hiper is worthy of such a title or simply 'lording it up'.
Cases & Cooling | 19th May 2008
Noctua's NT-H1 is one of the new breed of thermal pastes. How does it compare?
Mark Campbell | 22nd October 2014
Cooler Master today announced the Nepton 120XL and 240M, the latest additions to the Nepton all-in-one liquid cooling series.
Mark Campbell | 21st October 2014
Be Quiet introduces its first entry level cooler the Pure Rock CPU cooler.
Mark Campbell | 17th October 2014
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces the brushed aluminum PC-T80 DIY Test bench.
Mark Campbell | 3rd October 2014
Aerocool Advanced Technologies introduces their new Cube model into their Xpredator family of cases.
Mark Campbell | 1st October 2014
Asetek today announced that it shipped its 2,000,000th unit in September 2014. A huge milestone for the company.
Mark Campbell | 24th September 2014
Announcing the Raijintek Triton, the first AIO liquid cooling system from Raijintek. It looks fantastic.