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Cases & Cooling | 15th November 2007
Alphacool has released its NVXP-G8 waterblock for NVIDIA 8800 based graphics cards. We invited it over for a performance review...
Cases & Cooling | 9th November 2007
Touted as being able to give the best interface between your CPU and heatsink. We test the rumour.
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Matthew Fogg | 5th September 2006
Shuttle release Core 2 Duo SFF computer
Llwyd Johnson | 2nd September 2006
ThermalTake - Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006
Cases & Cooling | 2nd November 2007
After a considerable hiatus the German based water-cooling company is back with a revamped product line. Today we road test the Alphacool NexXxos X2 Bold Highflow water block.
Cases & Cooling | 12th October 2007
Akasa's new Revo CPU cooler caught my eye, promising new "Bubble Pump" technology and virtual silence I was enthused. Now it's time to put it to the test...
Cases & Cooling | 8th October 2007
Asus are known for making good solid motherboards and graphics cards but recently they have stepped into the world of high-end cooling. The Triton 75 is one such cooler, we see how it get's on.
Cases & Cooling | 11th September 2007
A+ are a name fairly new to the UK case manufacturing scene. The Monolize is one of their signature cases and it looks insane with two huge fans on the side.
Cases & Cooling | 7th September 2007
Today we have the opportunity to give XSPC's X2O Delta CPU waterblock a thorough workout in the OC3D Review Labs. Will it be the next best thing for dual and quad-core processors?
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.
James Napier | 22nd June 2006
Silverstone releases LC19 slimline case.
Matt Kemp | 14th April 2006
Silverstone Reveal New High-End Cooler
Matthew Fogg | 13th April 2006
This guide is for the more adventurous case modder looking for that one of a kind custom look about their case. The beauty of annodising is that it's surprisingly easy to achieve an amazing effect, for a remarkably low outlay of cash.