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Win A Raijintek Ereboss, Themis or Aidos CPU Cooler

We are giving three lucky readers the chance to win a Raijintek CPU Cooler each. Enter our competition and you could be one of the lucky winner.

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NZXT Phantom 530 Red Chassis + Respire T20 CPU Cooler Giveaway

We are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a NZXT Phantom 530 Red Chassis + Respire T20 CPU Cooler. Enter our competition and you could be the lucky winner.

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Xilence To Expand European Presence

After being taken over by Be Quiet’s parent company, Listan GmBH, Xilence are announcing their intentions to aggressively expand their European market positioning with low pricing and high availability. Xilence will work in partnership with Be…

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be quiet! Shadow Rock 2 CPU Cooler Mini Review

be quiet! are a brand that we believe are one of the best in the world, and based on their success in Germany as the leading power supply manufacturer, they also have a big focus on…

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Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 CPU Cooler Review

It has been a long time coming, but finally the king has graced us with its presence! The Noctua NH-D14 was released back on November 2nd 2009 and it has been the benchmark for high performance…

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Prolimatech Reveal Limited Edition Blue Armageddon CPU Cooler

We don’t often see companies spending much time or money developing limited edition CPU coolers but that is something Prolimatech have just revealed to us. Their latest Armageddon Blue Series CPU cooler is looking pretty darn…

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Thermalright Release AXP-200 Low Profile CPU Cooler

Thermalright’s AX-100 low profile CPU cooler proved very popular with enthusiasts and now Thermalright have launched a successor to the AXP-100 with the AXP-200. It uses a very similar design with six 6mm heat pipes, a…

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Prolimatech Black Megahalems CPU Cooler Review

Prolimatech are a brand that made their name with some seriously high end products. We’ve already taken a look at a couple of cheaper CPU coolers from Prolimatech – the Samuel 17 and Panther – and…

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Prolimatech Samuel 17 Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Low profile CPU coolers are taking off in popularity these days as people look to build their own NAS systems, HTPCs and portable gaming rigs. With so many low profile CPU coolers out there it is…

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Prolimatech Panther CPU Cooler Review

Prolimatech make some of the biggest and meatiest heatsinks on the market (such as the Genesis, Megahalems and so on) but today we have something relatively minuscule from Prolimatech in the form of the Panther CPU…

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Alpenfohn Brocken CPU Cooler Review

Having already taken a look at quite a few Alpenfohn products recently it has become quite apparent that they punch well above their weight in times of how much they deliver at their price point. Today…

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Cooler Master Announce V8 GTS CPU Cooler

Cooler Master have just announced their latest CPU cooler, the V8 GTS. We first saw this cooler back at Computex 2013 just a few months ago and now we finally know it will be hitting the…

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Scythe Release Grand Kama Cross 2 Top Flow CPU Cooler

You rarely see anything exciting or new in the top down cooler space but Scythe’s Grand Kama Cross 2 certainly changes that. This is the second incarnation of Grand Kama Cross series and is based on…

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Phanteks PH-TC12DX CPU Cooler Review

Phanteks are a brand that seem to have slipped under the eTeknix radar in our short existence since 2008. Yet Phanteks make some of the best fans and CPU coolers on the market, even if their…

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Intel Plans To Sell Mini-ITX CPU Coolers

A leaked product marketing slide from Intel suggests that they will be developing their own retail mini-ITX cooler for ultra thin mini-ITX platforms. The HTS1155SLP from Intel is a small form factor cooler design for DH61AG…

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Prolimatech Black Genesis CPU Cooler Review

Prolimatech’s Genesis CPU cooler has been out for a while now and I myself have read a tonne of reviews on this rather freakish looking CPU cooler from Prolimatech. Put simply they’ve been a mixed bag,…

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Alpenfohn Sella 92mm Fan CPU Cooler Review

Alpenfohn may be a brand more associated with their high performance products but today we are examining their Alpenfohn Sella CPU cooler, this is Alpenfohn’s attempt at making a much more budget friendly CPU cooler option. The…

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Alpenfohn Matterhorn Pure CPU Cooler Review

Alpenfohn are still a bit of an obscure brand name these days in English speaking countries but they are definitely up and coming thanks to hugely successful products like the “K2 Mount Doom”. Their name is…

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New Brand “ID-Cooling” Entering European PC Cooling Market

ID-Cooling are a new brand in Europe founded by “Shenzhen Wan Jing Hua Technology co., Ltd.” of China. They are looking to make an entrance into the European PC hardware market manufacturing cooling products. They apparently…

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DeepCool Announce GamerStorm “Lucifer” CPU Cooler

DeepCool are a brand gaining quite a lot of traction these days with relatively sleek looking CPU coolers that have premium quality without the premium price. Their latest addition, courtesy of TechPowerUp, is the GamerStorm Lucifer…

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“Haxx.eu” Unveil Passive ATX Case With Integrated CPU Cooler

It is very rare that we see many passive cases but seeing ones of an ATX variety is certainly very rare indeed. The company “Haxx.eu” have revealed an ATX case that doubles up as a CPU…

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Corsair Hydro Series H80i Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Recently we published a review of the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Pro liquid CPU cooler and I was inundated on the forums, main site and on the Facebook page with requests to review Corsair’s H80i. Most people…

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Scythe Ashura CPU Cooler Review

In my opinion Scythe are one of the top brands for air cooling, yet they are one of the most unsung brands in the entire industry because they don’t have the aggressive and well funded marketing…

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Be Quiet Announce Shadow Rock 2 CPU Cooler

Be Quiet have just come to market with a brand new CPU cooler, the Shadow Rock 2 CPU cooler – model number BK013. This is Be Quiet’s latest and greatest tower-type CPU cooler with a cube-based…

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Zalman CNPS10X Optima Shark’s Fin Blade CPU Cooler

Despite us being a review website that works with most companies in the industry, there is the odd company that often eludes us for various complex reasons I won’t go into. Zalman has been one of…

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SilverStone AR02 CPU Cooler Review

SilverStone released their Argon series of CPU coolers about three months ago and this launch comprised of the AR01, AR02 and AR03. We have actually already reviewed the SilverStone AR01 and you can see our review here. Today we are taking…

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Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev.B Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Scythe’s Big Shuriken series has been the CPU cooler of choice for a lot of system builders who are opting for small form factor systems or HTPCs and need a low profile yet high performance CPU…