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Cases & Cooling | 28th August 2006
Today I'll be taking a look at XSPC's latest addition to their water cooling lineup - the XSPC Bay Reservoir. How does this Plexiglass box differ from others available on the market? - We find out..
Cases & Cooling | 14th August 2006
Graphics card full cover blocks are becoming more and more popular these days. I am going to take a look at Alphacools NexXxos waterblock and see how it performs.
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Matthew Fogg | 18th September 2006
Thermaltake Release The Muse LanDisk
Matthew Fogg | 13th September 2006
Thermaltake Release The Volcano 4008 - All in one water block
Cases & Cooling | 5th August 2006
Today we take a look at 4 of the top thermal interface compounds from Arctic Silver, Shin-Etsu and Coollaboratory to find out if there are benefits to be had by switching your goop!
Cases & Cooling | 31st July 2006
Silverstone are perhaps better known for their excellent quality cases and stable Power Supply's. I take a look at their "mini" cooler the NT03 and see whether it can match up to the weather..
Cases & Cooling | 18th July 2006
So you just bought a new CPU, but the stock cooler isn't cutting it. You spent all of your money on your PC parts, and now you're stuck with the stock heatsink. Not anymore! Sunbeam's Silent Whisper K8 will provide you with just the right cooling on any budget.
Cases & Cooling | 5th July 2006
Looking for the best HTPC case that money can buy and aren't put off by a £500 price tag? OrigenAE may well have just what you've been searching for.
Cases & Cooling | 19th June 2006
Today i'll be looking at the following top-end water cooling kits: XSPC X20 Dual Xtreme, Alphacool Xtreme Pro 240, Swiftech H20-220 Apex Ultra and Thermaltake Big Water 745 to find out which one is worth spending your hard earned cash on.
Llwyd Johnson | 2nd September 2006
ThermalTake - Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006
Derrek Huey | 18th August 2006
Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line
Matt Kemp | 10th August 2006
This is a quick guide to installing your watercooling parts and getting them water-tight. Not meant as a complete guide, but worth a read if you are going into water-cooling.