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Cases & Cooling | 9th January 2015
Throughout the review we couldn't help thinking just how much we wished the radiator of the new Kelvin S24 was 273mm long. To find out why, read on.
Cases & Cooling | 6th January 2015
Black or Silver brushed Aluminium over a Steel Chassis, the W2 is not so much Cooltek as "Sexy-as-fek-tek"
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Nic Crane | 19th September 2007
Noctua today announced the availability of
a new mounting kit for Intel Xeon processors as well as a new
Xeon-Edition of the much acclaimed NH-U12F and NH-U9F coolers.
Matthew Fogg | 19th September 2007
World´s best watercooler for actual and coming Dual- and Quad-core processors comes from aqua computer!
Matthew Fogg | 14th September 2007
OCZ Technology Introduces the Innovative, High-Performance Vendetta to its Lineup of CPU Cooling Solutions
Cases & Cooling | 18th December 2014
The long awaited Fractal Design Kelvin S36 AIO is finally here. A 360mm Rad, but will it top the torture test charts?
Cases & Cooling | 16th December 2014
It's been a while since we looked at a Thermalright product, so let's kick things off with a review of the Brand spanking new Silver Arrow ITX CPU Cooler
Cases & Cooling | 24th November 2014
After a rather secretive few weeks we can finally show you the latest in the line of the Define series from Fractal the R5
Cases & Cooling | 20th November 2014
Having looked at the X41, we now turn our sights on its big brother, the 280mm Radiator based X61
Cases & Cooling | 5th November 2014
For every RV there's an FT. This time it's the FT05 from SilverStone
Jonathan Smith | 31st August 2007
OCZ Technology Unveils the Extremely Efficient yet Compact Vanquisher CPU Cooler.
Jonathan Smith | 29th August 2007
Enzotech, makers of high quality air coolers have entered the market with an impressive looking block.
Jonathan Smith | 24th August 2007
OCZ's highly anticipated carbon based water/air hybrid cooler is seen at GC07
Matthew Fogg | 14th August 2007
Researchers have found a way to achieve better chip cooling.
Derrek Huey | 8th August 2007
Scythe has announced a name change for their Infinity CPU heatsink