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Cases & Cooling | 2nd July 2009
Looking for something a little different to keep you CPU cool? Take a look inside to see if Coolit's Domino A.L.C. will fit the bill...
Cases & Cooling | 27th June 2009
Can't hear yourself think over the noise of your existing cooler trying to tame the heat from your new i7 CPU? Prehaps Nexus have the answer?
OC3D Articles ›› Cases & Cooling
Matthew Fogg | 19th September 2007
World´s best watercooler for actual and coming Dual- and Quad-core processors comes from aqua computer!
Matthew Fogg | 14th September 2007
OCZ Technology Introduces the Innovative, High-Performance Vendetta to its Lineup of CPU Cooling Solutions
Nic Crane | 13th September 2007
Scythe announces the mini version of its popular fanless CPU Cooler, Ninja Mini CPU Cooler.
Cases & Cooling | 3rd June 2009
A niffty little LGA1366 ready heatsink from Cooler Master, We see how the Hyper N520 performs inside.
Cases & Cooling | 7th May 2009
Looking for a case that can house four PA 120.3 radiators? Looking for optimum performance without comprimise? Better check out our latest review then....
Cases & Cooling | 14th February 2009
Looking for a new gaming case to house your Crysis busting rig? The Storm Sniper has an impressive spec, we find out if it's any good.
Cases & Cooling | 2nd February 2009
H.D.T Technology, vector fins, four oversized heatpipes and a Skt1366 kit should ensure our toasty i7 920 keeps cool. Find out how we get on in our latest review...
Cases & Cooling | 13th January 2009
Thermaltake's V1 CPU Cooler receives an upgrade, but will it make the cut?
Jonathan Smith | 29th August 2007
Enzotech, makers of high quality air coolers have entered the market with an impressive looking block.
Jonathan Smith | 24th August 2007
OCZ's highly anticipated carbon based water/air hybrid cooler is seen at GC07
Matthew Fogg | 14th August 2007
Researchers have found a way to achieve better chip cooling.
Derrek Huey | 8th August 2007
Scythe has announced a name change for their Infinity CPU heatsink
Matthew Fogg | 8th August 2007
Swiftech® today announced the release of the new Apogee™ Drive 350, a patent pending self-powered CPU waterblock.