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SilentiumPC Reveals Three New CPU Coolers

Those of you who are looking for a series of brand new CPU coolers that promise to offer decent performance without being too expensive will definitely be interested in SilentiumPC’s new offerings. These new CPU coolers…

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AMD Officially Launches Wraith and 95W Stock CPU Cooler

After debuting their new Wraith CPU cooler to the public back at CES last month, AMD has finally launched their new stock cooler. Based off a whole new design, the new stock cooler is reportedly  90%…

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AMD Unveils New Wraith Stock CPU Cooler @ CES 2016

Over the years, many designs for stock coolers have come and gone, with some good and others bad. Since the launch of AMD’s Bulldozer chips back in 2011, AMD has stuck to pretty much the same…

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MSI Develops CPU GUARD 1151 to Protect Your Skylake CPU

Intel’s Skylake CPU brought a lot of joys to users since it was released, but it also brought along some trouble. We first found out about the inferior TIM used which made people delid their CPUs…

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ID-Cooling IS 50 & IS 40 Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Picking a good CPU, GPU and motherboard is often where people put most of their focus, as well as the majority of their budget. Picking a good CPU cooler is important too, especially since an…

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CRYORIG Releases the M9i & M9a Ultra Compact Tower Coolers

Cryorig’s latest two CPU coolers are actually just one that comes in two version to suit either an Intel or an AMD socket design. The M9i is logically for Intel and the M9a is for AMD. Cryorig…

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CRYORIG Launches the C7 Ultra Compact CPU Cooler

CRYORIG is looking to expand its CPU cooler line with the release of the compact yet reliable C7 cooler. This particular product was unveiled initially during the Computex 2015 event, and it features a maximum height…

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Xilence Performance C Series CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Finding the right cooler for your system can a tricky process. Do you stick with the stock cooler that came with your processor? Unless you got an OEM one that came without a cooler of…

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Enermax Liqmax II 240mm AIO CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Enermax are one of my all time favourite brands, as they’ve created some really unique chassis designs over the years, some stunning power supplies and most importantly to myself, their AIO water coolers still dominate…

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Noctua NH-U9S U-Type Tower CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Noctua is one of the most recognisable cooling brands around and for those who don’t recognise the name, you will most likely recognise the colours. Noctua are famous for two things, extremely high-quality products and…

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Reeven Okeanos RC-1402 CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Today I’ll be taking a look at the Reeven Okeanos RC-1402 CPU cooler, which I’ll admit straight away, it doesn’t have the catchiest name ever, but then again, I don’t know many people who’ve heard…

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Xigmatek LOKI II CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Xigmatek may not be everyone’s first thought when you ask them to name cooling manufacturer, but they’ve been around for many years, creating some incredible chassis products, CPU coolers and more. With that in mind,…

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Intel Skylake K-Series Will Ship Without the Boxed Cooler

Intel has geared up and is almost ready with their latest desktop processors from the Skylake family and we know quite a bit about the processors already. The latest news on this front is for those…

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Cryorig H7 CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Cryorig are back on eTeknix once again today and I welcome them with open arms after their last product, the H5, walked away with our Innovation Award. Cryorig may be fairly new to the cooling…

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CRYORIG Reveal New a Series AIO Hybrid Liquid Coolers

Not every product is made the same, even tho it might have the same purpose and general purpose as others. Cryorig’s new All-in-One CPU cooler is a great example on this and it’s actually quite the…

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Noctua Presents Two Asymmetrical 140mm CPU Coolers

Noctua announced two new CPU coolers for people who would like the improved airflow and decrease noise production that a 140mm fan has to offer, but at the same time worry about clearance space for RAM…

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CRYORIG Releases the H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler

Air cooling is still used in most systems despite the ever-growing user base for liquid all in one solutions, and CRYORIG has just released their newest take on a CPU cooler. The new CRYORIG H5 Ultimate…

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Raijintek Triton AIO CPU Cooler Review

Introduction By now you have probably heard of Raijintek, established in Europe in 2013 they have gone from a small emerging company to a rather big name in a small amount of time. They already have…

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CRYORIG H5 Universal CPU Cooler Review

Introduction CRYORIG is a relatively new name in regards to cooling products and most of you won’t have seen the R1 Ultimate that was released last year. It was quite an impressive product especially as it…

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Noctua Launches NH-L9x65 Low-Profile CPU Cooler and NF-A6x25 PWM Fan

Noctua’s colour choice is something that’s always up for debate, but no one can argue that they don’t make great cooling products. They aren’t strangers to cooling solutions for ITX based gaming systems or HTPCs and…

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be quiet Pure Rock 120mm CPU Cooler Review

Introduction By now I think everyone will have heard about be quiet! A company that is known to release excellent quality products such as PSUs, CPU coolers, fans and even recently a case. All these products…

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XIGMATEK’s Dark Knight II CPU Cooler Announced

XIGMATEK has announced the imminent launch of the Dark Knight II SD1483 CPU cooler. The aluminium fin-stack heatsink, available in frosty-white and matte-black, has ceramic-coated fins and heatpipes, which increases heat dissipation, plus a copper base…

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Gamer Storm Captain 240 AIO CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Deepcool was created 20 years ago and have been providing cases, power supplies, coolers and more ever since. With high quality and performance in mind, Deepcool have been a first choice for gamers, modders and…

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Have You Ever Used Nutella as Thermal Paste?

Ever run out of thermal paste and need something immediately? Look no further, Nutella to the rescue! Originally shared by CoolerMaster via their YouTube channel, and in honor of International Nutella Day (celebrated February 6th), this delightful…

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Reeven Justice (RC-1204) CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Reeven are still a fairly new company based in Asia that focus on cooling products and also fan controllers. It’s hard to find any Reeven products in the UK as they don’t seem to have…

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ID-COOLING Announced IS-VC45 Vapor Chamber SFF CPU Cooler

Cooling SFF and other compact systems isn’t always an easy task and as such it’s great to see ID-COOLING releasing their newly developed Vapor Chamber CPU Cooler for Mini-ITX system, the IS-VC45. Small form factor PCs…

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Fractal Design Kelvin S24 Expandable AIO CPU Cooler

Introduction Fractal Design is one of those companies that always make me a little excited. Instantly I think of clean edges, simplistic looks, sleek style and quality. Fractal Design is a Swedish company which look to…