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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'.
OC3D Articles ›› Cases & Cooling
Derrick Huey | 3rd November 2007
Thermaltake announces their new M9 midtower case
Matthew Fogg | 26th October 2007
Overclock3D has some exclusive images of OCZ's Cryo-Z phase change units sitting in a warehouse somewhere at OCZ.
Matthew Fogg | 24th October 2007
Workstation users can now benefit from enhanced CPU performance, lower noise levels, and enhanced reliability
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.
Cases & Cooling | 28th April 2008
Employing 4 high-performance heatpipes and two large 80mm fans, the GFXChilla claims to provide superior cooling performance at minimum noise levels.
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.
Matthew Fogg | 22nd October 2007
Aqua-Pc's has become the only UK destributor and reseller of CoolIT Systems' products.
Matthew Fogg | 21st October 2007
New Hard Drive Cooler from Ultra Products.
Matthew Fogg | 20th October 2007
Aqua-PC's are the official UK launch partner for "Blastflow", manufacturers of high-end water-cooling solutions.
Matthew Fogg | 16th October 2007
Scythe release new 120mm Fans with 38mm thickness and Higher Static Pressure
Nic Crane | 9th October 2007
Sharkoon introduces a competitively priced series of external enclosures for 3.5" hard drives.
Matthew Fogg | 7th October 2007
ARCTIC COOLING announces the new Silentium T ECO 80, the eco friendly PC case with thermodynamic optimised design.