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Raijintek Morpheus GPU Cooler Review

Introduction Raijintek are still fairly new to the consumer market, but over the last couple of years they’ve come back again and again with products that offer award-winning performance at wallet friendly prices. Following the success…

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Swiftech H240-X AIO Watercooler Now Available

The new Swiftech cooler is finally here! The H240-X is their latest all-in-one CPU cooler and it packs a range of cool new features that set it apart from the competition. The H240X features a large dual…

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Gelid SnowStorm CPU Cooler Released

Gelid are one of the biggest names in the cooling industry, their thermal pastes are some of the most popular among the enthusiast and overclocking communities, and their CPU coolers have often offered good performance for reasonable…

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Raijintek Triton AIO CPU Water Cooler Now Available

Raijintek have just launched their new Triton CPU water cooling unit. The Triton works like an all-in-one water cooler, but it retains the cool style of a custom water cooling loop. Equipped with a high-quality 240mm…

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NZXT Kraken All-In-One CPU Cooler Roundup Review

Introduction NZXT had a great success story with the X40 and X60 CPU coolers, but since they launched we’ve seen several rivals come in and steal their thunder, so NZXT have gone back to the drawing…

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SilentiumPC Grandis & Fera 2 CPU Cooler Review

Introduction When SilentiumPC contacted me asking if I would like to review their products, I had to admit that I’ve never even heard of their brand. Now that’s no bad thing, especially given the brand is…

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Corsair Release the Link Commander Mini

Corsair have just released their new Commander mini, which gives you the ability to control multiple lights, fans and other Corsair devices via the systems intuitive software interface. If you’re like me and you have a…

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Cryorig Unviels Their Massive H5 Universal Tower Heatsink

Cryorig has unveiled its latest cooling solution, the H5 Universal tower heatsink, boasting the Hive Fin design that allows for turbulence reduction of airflow, as well as the Jet Fin Acceleration used for faster hot air…

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Lepa LV12 CPU Cooler Now Available In Europe

LEPA are quickly securing a solid reputation in Europe, as a new brand they’ve already launched an impressive set of high-end power supplies and chassis products to market and their coolers have proven time and time…

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Raijintek Themis Evo Pro & Tisis CPU Coolers Head-to-Head Review

Introduction Raijintek are easily my favourite cooling manufacturer of the moment, while they may be relatively new to the market compared to the established few such as Cooler Master, Thermaltake, be quiet! and more, they’ve already…

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Thermaltake Debut Their Water 3.0 Ultimate All-In-One CPU Coolers

Thermaltake look set to assert their dominance in the cooling market with the release of the Water 3.0 Ultimate, a new all-in-one liquid cooling system that features a massive 360mm radiator. Targeted right at the heart…

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Swiftech H220-X CPU Liquid Cooling Kit Now Available

Swiftech have just revealed that their new all-in-one liquid CPU cooling kit, the H220-X, is now available. The Patent pending H220-X is part of Switftech’s next-generation of all-in-one CPU coolers. It features a dual 120mm copper…

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Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Full Tower Chassis Now Available

The stunning Phanteks Enthoo Luxe chassis is finally here! Combining premium grade style with all the features we’ve come to expect from a high-end chassis and from a brand as well respected as Phanteks. Enthusiast system builders…

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be quiet! Shadow Rock Slim CPU Cooler Review

Introduction be quiet! are well-known in the industry for doing one thing incredibly well, making super quiet performance products; their power supplies, fans and CPU coolers have won many awards for their whisper quiet acoustics and…

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New Range of EK Water Cooling products Coming Next Month

Legendary cooling manufacturer EK have been working with the teams at AMD, ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and more to create a new range of full cover water coolers. These include their EK-FC R9-290X VPX and both Matrix…

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NZXT Kraken X41 and Kraken X61 CPU Coolers Now Available

NZXT have already seen huge success with their Kraken all-in-one CPU water coolers such as the X40 and the X60, now it looks set to do the same with their latest incarnations, the X41 and the…

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Noctua NH-D15 D-Type Premium CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Noctua are one of the best CPU cooler manufacturers around, their CPU coolers have pushed air cooling to new highs over the last few years and most importantly, their NH-D14 was and still is one…

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NZXT Kraken G10 Bracket Now Available in Red and Blue

The NZXT Kraken G10 GPU bracket has already proven very popular with system builders, as it allows you to hook up your GPU to an AIO water cooler such as the Kraken X60, leaving lots of…

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Corsair Liquid GPU Cooler On Display at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: We loved the NZXT G10 GPU water cooling bracket, but the new Corsair one looks set to improve on it in a big way. Using a more direct cooling design with its fan, the…

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Latest Deepcool Chassis and Cooling Products at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Deepcool are pretty new to western markets, having already established them selves as the leading cooling brand in China they’re now looking to reach out into the world with their new Steam Punk style chassis,…

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New Silverstone Coolers Revealed at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Silverstone look set to push their cooling products to the next level this year, launching a new range of fans and CPU coolers with new designs and improved performance. First up we have these gorgeously…

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Raijintek Unleash Huge Range of Products at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Raijintek are still fairly new to the market, and while  they’ve been steadily releasing a few CPU coolers and a chassis over the last 18 months, 2014 and 2015 is set to be the…

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Huge New Range of Thermaltake Cooling Components at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Thermaltake are just full of surprises at this years Computex, not only have they release a huge range of awesome cooling products, but they’re also creating some that are just completely, and utterly bonkers! Take…

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NZXT Reveal X41 and X61 AIO Watercoolers and More at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Here we are at Computex 2014 in the NZXT suite and boy have they got a couple of great products on display. Their X40 and X60 coolers are still some of the best cooling…

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Maxwell Graphics Cards Rumored to Feature New Turbofan Cooling Solution

After successfully announcing the entry-level GeForce 740 and the grand (and expensive) GeForce Titan Z, NVIDIA seems to be ready to announce the long-awaited Maxwell-powered graphics cards later this year. However, with great power also comes…

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Swiftech Komodo R9-LE GPU Water Block Released

Swiftech has just revealed their new Komodo R90LE VGA water block, and as the name might suggest it is fully compatible with the AMD Radeon 290 and 290X graphics cards. This follows in the footsteps of…

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Silverstone Tundra Series TD03 CPU Water Cooler Review

Introduction The Silverstone Tundra TD03 is one of the most unusual 120mm water coolers I’ve seen, it stands out in a market that is crowded by Asetek water coolers that are all pretty much identical. Silverstone…