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Cases & Cooling | 14th January 2014
NZXT has released a new baby into their Hush range of silent cases the H440. Can this perform as well as its bigger brother?
Cases & Cooling | 11th January 2014
A big case needs a big review. And boy is the HAF Stacker system from Cooler Master BIG
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Tom Logan | 19th September 2012
We see what happens if you strap 40 fans to a H100... Ultimate Cooling Mod?
Tom Logan | 23rd August 2012
It seems like it has been ongoing for months already but it is finally time to take a look at the plans for the Orca Project
Gary Wain | 6th August 2012
NZXT meets XSPC. G-Dubs Project NZXSPC is now completed and raring to go. With GPU and CPU cooling as well as a custom painted motherboard, head on over tot he forums to see the full log and many other great builds.
Cases & Cooling | 13th December 2013
At the opposite end of the spectrum to the Massive DS6 we have the diminutive DS4. The latest M-ATX case from Nanoxia
Cases & Cooling | 3rd December 2013
We take a look at Cooler Masters latest Cosmos the SE. At 140 pounds this is a much more affordable than full fat Cosmos 2 so is this a bargain or a cut too far?
Cases & Cooling | 1st December 2013
A slim 120mm rad with twin SP120L fans. Sounds good, but is the Corsair H75 the claimed Liquid cooling for the masses?
Cases & Cooling | 25th November 2013
Nanoxia have been very busy indeed since he release of the DS1. Here we take a look at the Daddy of the range, the DS6
Cases & Cooling | 8th November 2013
A sleek cuboid case from BitFenix, available in Black and White as well as Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX versions, what's no to like!
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
Tom Logan | 4th July 2012
Scared to break the screw drivers out and fit your GPU with a waterblock? We show you how easy it really is.
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!