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Noctua NH-U 12

Noctua is offering a CPU cooling solution that's sure to impress. The new NH-U 12 CPU cooler is parhaps one of the most gigantic coolers we have seen is years. We pit the NH-U 12 from Noctua against a host of other coolers, and let things heat up before we start to chill. Is this the cooler for you? You'll have to see for yourself!
May 9th, 2006

Corsair Nautilus 500

Corsairs second watercooling product, the Nautilus 500 gets put through its paces.
May 1st, 2006

Coolermaster Centurion 534 Review

Coolermaster updates their Centurion line with a design refresh. How is this case different from the older Centurion cases?
April 25th, 2006

Ultra high capacity PSU: FSP Epsilon FX700-GLN Review

With the constant need for more power, FSP has created a beast of a power supply. The Epsilon FX700-GLN is a 700 Watt PSU, featuring a 4 individual 12 Volt rails totalling a whopping 50A for the 12Volt rails alone. With the latest graphics solutions requiring more in way of power, will it provide enough output to power the heavy draw produced by an X1900 XT Crossfire setup? Find out in our review.
April 20th, 2006

AeroCool Zerodba Review

AeroCool has created something called a 'Zerodba' power supply. This power supply is marketed to be an "extreme silent" solution and we are quite interested to see if the name really lives up to the performance.
April 4th, 2006

Thermaltake Eclipse DV V6000

Thermaltake has very unique case ideas sometimes. The Eclipse DV is one such example, integrating a notebook combo drive right into the front door of the case. Look to see how it matches up against 'normal' cases.
March 28th, 2006

ThermalTake ToughPower 550W

ThermalTake has developed quite a reputation when it comes to solid products and their line of power supplies have been no different. We will take a look at the new ToughPower 550W power supply and see if it holds up to ThermalTake's past reputation.
March 10th, 2006

Arctic Cooling Accelero X2

We take a look at the Accelero X2 from Arctic Cooling and pair it with the ATI X1900 XT. Will this cooler prove a viable solution for the monsterous X1900 XT? How does it compare with the stock cooling setup? Find out in our review.
March 1st, 2006

Antec Titan 550

Today we look at Antec's Titan 550 server case. This large, spacious case combines solid build with a quality finish sure to please even the pickiest enthusiast.
February 21st, 2006

Cooler Master Stacker 830 Review

The original Cooler Master Stacker was ahead of its time with its features. More than a year later, Cooler Master has released the successor with quite a few changes.
January 4th, 2006

Cooler Master RS-550-ACLY Power Supply Review

The RS-550-ACLY is part of Cooler Master's 'Silent Power' line and combines great looks with high performance - fitting of the Cooler Master name.
December 21st, 2005

Coolermaster Centurion 540 mATX Review

It is possible to implement elements of BTX design into a micro ATX case. See how Coolermaster did with their new mini BTX emulator.
November 22nd, 2005

Thermaltake Tai Chi Case Review

The Tai Chi is a monster of a case, in more ways than one. When it comes down to it, size does matter. Go inside for an in-depth look into Thermaltake's latest and greatest.
November 2nd, 2005

Antec P180 Review

Antec introduces the latest in their Performance One series of cases. Built with completely new ideas and design elements the P180 is at the top of their lineup. Does it have what it takes to satisfy the masses? Read on for more.
October 13th, 2005

Silverstone LC17 HTPC Case Review

Silverstone has a new kid on the block. So what really makes an HTPC case an HTPC case? Come inside and see.
September 21st, 2005

Thermaltake Golden Orb II

Thermaltake brings back it's famed Orb line in an attempt to capture the midrange cooler market. Larger and fancier than ever before, can the Orb's return signal a new "golden" era for Thermaltake?
September 13th, 2005

Gigabyte 3D Galaxy Watercooler Review

Gigabyte's last cooler was a performer, and now they up the ante with the 3D Galaxy, a complete watercooling kit they hope will be your first venture into watercooling.
September 7th, 2005

Antec TX640B Review

The performance line has always been a key item for Antec, today we look at the TX640B an updated version of the basic TX640. Sporting a 400W PSU TAC and various other features will it stack up as a competitor? Will it manage to hold it's own against ACAG? Lets see.
August 26th, 2005

Antec Sonata II Review

The Piano black silent killer returns to the case marketplace with a new assortment of updates, will it be enough to hold the case up as a silent king?
July 28th, 2005

Gigabyte Aurora Case Review

Gigabyte's first entry into the case market is an ambitious one - fully aluminum, high end from the get-go. How does it look?
July 26th, 2005

Coolermaster Centurion 530 Review

Coolermaster's newest product into the mid-range cases looks like the Stacker, but is refreshingly different. See how it stacks up against its older brother.
July 3rd, 2005

Thermaltake TWV500 Total Watts Powersupply

Featuring recessed modular power connectors, and lighted 120mm silent fan, Thermaltake's TWV500 can be chalked up as a very "neat" PSU.
June 30th, 2005

AC Ryan Xilencer, SilenX Luxurae, Cooler Master CoolDrive Lite Showdown

We pit three hard drive silencers against each other in today's review of the A.C. Ryan XTOR Xilencer, SilenX Luxurae HDSS, and Cooler Master CoolDrive Lite here at Neoseeker!
June 14th, 2005

Gigabyte G-Power Cooler Pro

Gigabyte's latest innovation on the cooler front sports quad heatpipes, an oversized suspended heatsink, and an enormous 120 mm fan. See how it stacks up against the competition in today's review of the G-Power Cooler Pro!
May 10th, 2005

Antec SLK3000B Review

The SLK3000B is part of a work in progress for Antec, as time has passed the company has kept an ear out and has evolved their design with the needs of the consumer so that they can have one of the best quiet systems around.
May 3rd, 2005