OC3D Best Of 2011 Awards

CPU Coolers

OC3D Best PC Hardware Products Of 2011

CPU Cooling

NZXT Havik

OC3D Best Of 2011     OC3D Best Of 2011

Quite probably the most surprising product this year, the NZXT Havik proved that you didn't need a cooler the size of Manhattan to keep your CPU nice and frosty. It was such a shame that some politics regarding an earlier case review meant that we didn't test it sooner. Fantastic. Read our review here or watch the full video review here.

Phanteks PH-TC14PE

OC3D Best Of 2011      OC3D Best Of 2011

Our love for the Noctua NH-D14 is not only well known, but well founded. However it is definitely an acquired taste in the looks department. Phanteks PH-TC14PE has all the performance but looks the absolute business. With many colour combinations available and great performance it's high up on anyone's list of twin-tower coolers. Read all about it here or watch the full video review here.

NoFan CR-95C IcePipe

OC3D Best Of 2011          OC3D Best Of 2011

Passive cooling has always been something reserved for extremely low-power installations, but the NoFan CR-95C proved that, with a little care, you could run even a 2600K without a fan on the cooler to bring the noise. 100% silent and capable of keeping a stock Core i7-2600K at just under 70°C with very easy installation, the only fly in the ointment is the hefty price-tag. But if you demand silence, this is the one for you. Read our review here or watch the video review here.

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Most Recent Comments

30-12-2011, 09:48:13

I love that case labs case. Reminds me of my old cube server.Quote

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30-12-2011, 10:10:27

rocatt isku is the best keyboard ive owned to date, nothing else beats itQuote

30-12-2011, 11:23:43

interesting, ill give it that....looooooooong vid ...

some good stuff there

nice to see i bought the amstrad, the betamax, the sinclair version of the bulldozer Quote

30-12-2011, 11:47:50

I enjoyed watching it and trying to figure out your selections beforehandQuote

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