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Cases & Cooling | 18th January 2007
Do you value a silent cooling solution for your PC? Let's see if the Noctua's NF Series 120mm and 80mm cooling fans can produce the goods.
Cases & Cooling | 15th January 2007
Silverstone have established themselves as manufacturers of high-quality cases. The TJ09 is a full-tower ATX chassis with some awesome features. Let's take a look...
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Gary Wain | 20th July 2012
We've selected our kit, we've planned, we've modded. Now it's time for G-Dubs to bring everything together.
Tom Logan | 17th July 2012
We give the Noctua NH-L12 a quick overview whilst upgrading one of our home servers. Can the L12 be cool and quiet?
Gary Wain | 11th July 2012
G-Dubs gets his dremel out and makes some slight adjustments to the NZXT Phantom 410 case
Cases & Cooling | 21st November 2006
Alphacool have long been supplying the computer enthusiast with high quality cooling products. Today we will take a look at one of their answers to case modification, in the form of a double drive bay LCD display.
Cases & Cooling | 2nd November 2006
Looking for an effective aftermarket cooling solution for your AMD or Intel rig? If so, follow me and we'll see just how well they perform on both your PC and hip pocket.
Cases & Cooling | 30th September 2006
OCZ have always been known for their high performance memory and PSU's, but have recently be trying their hand in the cooling market. We take a look at their latest invention..the Tempest.
Cases & Cooling | 25th September 2006
In this day and age of high performance PC's, there is a need for effective and quiet cooling solutions. Arctic Cooling have sent me the Accelero X1 VGA cooler, for review. Read on to see whether it deserves a place in your rig.
Cases & Cooling | 20th September 2006
Looking for some whisper quiet cooling fans to include in that SFF PC that your building? Or are you seeking refuge from the barrage of ear splitting cooling fans currently on the market? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this review is for you.
Tom Logan | 4th July 2012
We show you how to mod the CM Storm Trooper or Stryker for a 360mm radiator in the roof!
Gary Wain | 4th July 2012
In the first article we showed you the hardware and gave you a rough idea of what we wanted to do. Getting down to business we now strip the case down and go into a bit more detail about our plans for the hardware and cooling.
Tom Logan | 19th June 2012
It seems like an eternity but we can finally talk to you about the CM Storm Stryker. Yes its a WHITE Trooper!
Gary Wain | 12th June 2012
G-Dubs gets his hands on the NZXT Phantom 410 and some XSPC cooling kits and sets his sights on creating the perfect pairing.
Tom Logan | 8th June 2012
OC3D is a website by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. We try and share some of our views with what can be possible with the Corsair 600T if you are not afraid of using a dremel!
Tom Logan | 7th June 2012
You dont need to be Sherlock Holmes to know this isnt just about a side panel!