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Cases & Cooling | 22nd April 2006
Today i'll be looking at Thermaltake's latest range of 120mm fans. With good specs on paper, and some nice images on Thermaltake's website, will they be good enough to find a place inside my case?
Cases & Cooling | 20th April 2006
One of Thermaltake's latest forays into the the processor cooling field. Will it live up to it's "large" name?
OC3D Articles ›› Cases & Cooling
Gaurang Shah | 22nd November 2010
Leading chassis manufacturer Thermaltake today announced the addition of the all-black DOKKER mid-tower chassis to their collection.
Gaurang Shah | 11th November 2010
Cooling solutions manufacturer Danger Den today released their first cooling block for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 580.
Derrick Huey | 17th September 2010
The upcoming VGA cooler design out of these cooling specialists features a staggering 8 heatpipes.
Cases & Cooling | 12th April 2006
Featuring an all-copper design, and two heatpipes, you'd think this heatsink would cool the hottest of cards. Find out if it performs as good as it looks on paper.
Cases & Cooling | 14th March 2006
Today we will be reviewing the latest in the line of A.C Ryans UV/Led fans. On paper these fans look very impressive, but will they live up to our expectations.
Tom Logan | 3rd September 2010
We were so impressed of the effort some of our forum members put in to the competition entries they deserved an outing on the front page!
Bryan Waters | 1st September 2010
Recently we had a preview of the BitFenix Collosus. Here at OC3D we're the only site in the World to have both colours. Come and see.
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.
Ben Short | 1st August 2010
CoolIT Systems announced today the launch of a large-scale contest that will encourage consumers to get involved in the company and their products.