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Noctua NH-D14 & NH-U9B SE2 Review

The NH-D14 and NH-U9B SE2 are the latest heatsinks out of Austrian-based Noctua, renown for their quality cooling products. We have come to expect a lot out of them -- will these new coolers live up to our expectations?
December 14th, 2009

Coolermaster Hyper N620 Review

Just how cool is Coolermaster's latest Hyper N620? It's one of the few heatsinks to be bundled with two fans, for starters. Read on to see how well it really performs.
September 15th, 2009

NZXT Sentry 2 Fan Controller Review

If you have fans, NZXT has a great way to control them for you.
August 5th, 2009

CoolIT Domino ALC CPU cooler Review

Liquid cooling, with the simplicity of a standard heatsink. Will it perform better than high-end air cooling? That's what we will explore.
July 27th, 2009

Titan Fenrir Review

Titan is new name to us, but they're an old player in the cooling industry. Let's see what their brand new flagship heatsink, the Fenrir, has to offer.
June 24th, 2009

Coolermaster Hyper 212 Plus Review

How cool is Hyper Plus cool?
June 22nd, 2009

Thermaltake ISGC-200 Review

Thermaltake's Inspiration of Silent Gaming Cooling line has been catching some attention lately. Now it's time to take a look at the ISGC-200's performance.
June 9th, 2009

Thermaltake ISGC-100 CPU Cooler Review

Often, a silent cooler is preferred over a loud one offering top-of-the-line cooling. Any cooler still needs to get the job done though. Let's see if the ISGC-100 from Thermaltake is a good candidate!
May 26th, 2009

Cooler Master V8 Review

180W of cooling power packed in a 12 heatpipes and 172 fins war machine. Core i7, Phenom II, nothing can scare the impressive Cooler Master V8!
April 16th, 2009

OCZ Tempest Cooler

This is probably one of the shiniest coolers I have ever seen! The OCZ Tempest CPU cooler looks great with its polished finish, copper heat pipes, and quiet 90 mm blue LED fan. Looks are one thing, but how's the cooling performance? It may be surprising!
August 22nd, 2006

ThermalRight Ultra 120 Cooler

The new ThermalRight Ultra 120 CPU cooler is a shining testament to a cool CPU. This cooler stands tall and proud, whisking away the heat with a sweeping quad heat pipe design. 52 stamped and brushed Aluminum fins keep things chilly, while the solid Copper base keeps temperatures down. And for added bonus, the base and pipes of the Ultra 120 are Nickel plated. This is a very nice heat sink, and we're all curious as to how it performs. Take a read and get a closer look at the ThermalRight Ultra 120. You may be surprised.
July 25th, 2006

Zalman CNPS9500 AM2 Cooler

Zalman is one of the cooling kings. They have been spending years cooling down computers, and their latest incarnation is simply beautiful. The Zalman CNPS 9500 AM2 cooler not only looks good, but cools pretty well too. So if you've been cooking your chips, perhaps you should consider the Zalman CNPS 9500 AM2 cooler for youself. We've tested it thoroughly, and the results may suprise you.
July 11th, 2006

OCZ Mini-Kart 1GB Thumb Drive Review

Most computer enthusiasts out there probably have some piece of portable storage. Well, OCZ has a new type of thumb drive that will have users taking a second look. Its slim design is unique, and its high storage capacity is a must. This is one little drive you'll have to see to believe. So come on, take a look and see if the OCZ Mini-Kart is right for you.
June 19th, 2006

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

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

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

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

Coolermaster AQUAGATE R120

Coolermaster's latest innovation is a pre-assembled, turn-key water-cooling solution, with an integrated pump/waterblock design. Come check out the review to see how it performs, and whether it's a product to keep an eye on for that silent PC of yours!
April 18th, 2005

Zalman VF700 AlCu VGA Cooler

Zalman does their own version of cool and quiet with the VF700 AlCu, a replacement heatsink/fan unit for most video cards out there. Can they deliver on the mostly untapped aftermarket video card cooler market?
January 14th, 2005

Zalman CNPS7700-AlCu CPU Cooler

Big but quiet would be an apt description of the Zalman CNPS7700-AlCu. Feature an enormous heatsink fan and Zalman's reputation for quiet cooling solutions, the CNPS7700-AlCu is a great choice for anyone looking to reduce the noise in their system. Find out how it fares in both temperature and audio tests.
December 24th, 2004

Gigabyte 3D Rocket Cooler Pro

It seems like the Gigabyte cooler really appeals to a lot of users because Gigabyte is back with yet another one. This time, the 3D Rocket Cooler Pro combines cooling with a twist: airflow pushing outwards towards your motherboard's surrounding components.
October 20th, 2004

Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu Cooler

Big, large, ginormous and heavy would be some of the adjectives used to describe the Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu. Quiet and silent would be another two. The Zalman is definitely big and quiet, the latter of which is a Zalman trademark. See how well the CNPS7000A-Cu holds up in terms of setup and temperatures.
March 29th, 2004

Gigabyte 3DCooler-ULTRA PCU31-VH

Go on a vacation a couple months and what happens? Come back a lot heavier. Gigabyte has not been vacationing but the 3DCooler is back in full copper and it's gained a few pouunds and a few rpms on the fan. How much improvement do we expect to see from the 3DCooler this time around? Read on to find out.
March 22nd, 2004
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