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Cases & Cooling | 16th May 2008
Featuring a large 6mm dual-heatpipe and a quiet 60mm fan; will the ChipChilla keep todays chipsets cool while keeping noise to a minimum?
Cases & Cooling | 5th May 2008
Another offering from the Austrian cooling experts in the form of a low profile HSF. We take a look at what it can do.
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Bryan Waters | 20th August 2010
Here at OC3D we've got a sneak preview of the BitFenix Colossus case. Tissues at the ready.
Tom Logan | 14th August 2010
Is your current heatsink melting from the heat of your overclock or is that 220cfm delta making you deaf? Sounds like you need to enter the OC3D Noctua give away!
Ben Short | 4th August 2010
Builds on success of the award winning H50 by improving airflow, water block, and heat dissipation capacity.
Cases & Cooling | 14th March 2008
Titan release a new HDD cooler into the market promising reductions in noise and temperatue of your drive. We see if it lives up to it's claims.
Cases & Cooling | 11th March 2008
The Blastflow Siberian Rev2 VGA block is an universal modular waterblock designed to be compatible with both - Nvidia and ATI (now AMD) cards.
Cases & Cooling | 24th February 2008
We take a look at Cooler Master's all-aluminium (well nearly) Cosmos S case
Cases & Cooling | 7th February 2008
With some fans from possibly one of the most respected cooling manufacturers in the world, we've set out to test the rumour
Derrick Huey | 20th July 2010
Prolimatech has begun preparation of yet another Megahalems variant.
Alex Myers | 15th June 2010
Noctua showed off some new and prototype heatsinks at Computex.
Alex Myers | 6th June 2010
Corsair have announced their new mid-tower case, the Graphite Series 600T.
Alex Myers | 26th May 2010
Cooler Master have unleashed their latest HAF series case, the HAF X, complete with ridiculous cooling capabilities.
James Banks | 28th April 2010
CoolIT Systems are giving you even more performance out of your AMD processors with its ECO ALC liquid cooling solution.
James Banks | 20th April 2010
Cooler Master gives us a low profile CPU cooler! Showing that size does not always matter, with a 92mm Blade Master PWM that can hit 2800 rpm if needed.