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Thermaltake Introduce Riing 12 and 14 LED Radiator Fan Series

Thermaltake has introduced their new Ring 12 and 14 LED radiator fan series. The new series of fans will be available as 120mm and 140mm versions and come in four colours. The new blue, red, green and…

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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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Alpenföhn Brocken ECO CPU Cooler Review

Introduction and Packaging Alpenföhn are a very well established name in the CPU cooling business, created in 2008, by EKL AG , they have been able to establish themselves in a very tough and competitive market.…

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EK Announces Vardar Series 120mm Fans Designed for Radiator Use

Not all fans are equal and there are many that aren’t really suited well use with radiators. So who better to create a fan for just this scenario than EK Water Blocks. And they have done…

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ASUS With All New White PCB Motherboard

ASUS have announced their new iteration of the white, Sabertooth series. Containing a white PCB and named the Sabertooth Mk S, this hot piece of tech is created on the Z97 platform and was previously seen…

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Thermaltake Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Thermaltake are back with their brand new CPU cooler; the Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual. In the past they have released some excellent products geared towards gamers and overclocking enthusiasts, boasting good value, low temperatures…

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Cooler Master Hyper 612 CPU Cooler Revealed

Cooler Master are a popular choice when it comes to CPU coolers; they’ve got some of the best high-end coolers on the market, and their budget friendly models are still some of the best selling coolers…

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Razer’s Nabu Smartband Said To Be Rolling Out In October

Razer looks to be closer to a final release date for its Nabu smartband than initially thought. A press release earlier this month indicated that Razer is working with mobile gaming developer, Tencent Games, in order…

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Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX PC Chassis Revealed

Thermaltake have officially unveiled their new Core V1 mini-ITX PC chassis. We first saw this case a few months ago at Computex in Taipei and we absolutely loved how much could be done with such a…

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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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Starcraft Mod Lets You Play the Original Campaign in 2 Players Co-Op

Co-op multiplayer mode is usually though for genres such as FPS, RPG and others, having co-op as a last alternative mode for RTS games. Normally, co-op RTS are summed up to skirmish matches, such as the…

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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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HP’s ‘Fanless’ Chromebox Uses a Fan to Keep Itself Cool

Earlier in the year, HP announced the imminent arrival of their ChromeBox, the desktop answer to the popular Chromebook line of systems that a number of manufacturers are offering. As a part of their product design…

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Aerocool Launches DS 200 Midi Tower With Special Insulation and Built-In Fan Controller

Aerocool has launched a new addition to its Dead Silence chassis series, the DS 200, sporting a variety of features, such as having both side-panels equipped with special insulation mats in order to reduce the noise…

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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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Grandis XE1236 Twin-Tower Cooler Announced by SilentiumPC

SilentiumPC has announced a new predecessor to its current Fortis 2 XE1226 cooler, it being in the shape of the high-TDP twin-tower Grandis XE1236 heatsink. It features a twin-tower design with a pair of bundled 120mm…

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ASUS Announces 0dB Strix R9 280 and GTX 780 Graphics Cards

ASUS announced their upcoming Strix R9 280 and GTX 780 graphics cards, which are dubbed to be 15% faster, 20% cooler and 3x quieter. The Strix series is also said to expand this year and incorporate…

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Fan Control Bug Causes MSI R9 290X Lightning Cards To Burnout!

While this news isn’t exactly new to some people out there, it’s now gotten to the point where it’s been discovered to be a wider issue that one or two cards having problems with their fans.…

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Noctua Reveal Their New NH-D15 Elite-Class CPU Cooler

This week sees the legendary Noctua return to form with the introduction of their new flagship CPU cooler, the NH-D15. Built on the basis of the legendary NH-D14 which took the industry by storm, the new…

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Icy Dock ‘Black Vortex’ MB074SP-B 3.5” 4-in-3 Cage Review

Introduction Over the last couple of years I’ve reviewed a fair selection of products from the Icy Dock catalogue, ranging from external drive enclosures such as the Blizzard and the MB559U3S SuperSpeed to a variety of…

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New Enermax Cooling Accessories & Power Supplies On Display At CeBIT 2014

  Here we are once again at the Enermax booth at CeBIT 2014 as we take a look at some of their existing cooling and power supply products as well as new products for 2014. First…

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Thermaltake Reveals Their New Non-Interference Cooler (NiC) Series

Thermaltake are one of the leading brands when it comes to components, and they have some of the industries best coolers, power supplies and chassis products available on the market today, we know this because we’ve…

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GamerStorm Lucifer CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Deepcool are one of the biggest cooling companies in the world, and while they may not be the leading name here in the UK or America, they are still the largest cooling company in mainland…

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Silencio 452 PC Case Announced By Cooler Master

Cooler Master has revealed a new addition to its Silencio series PC cases, the Silencio 452. It is the ninth enclosure in the Silencio series, and comes with sound absorbing foam padding, as all Silencio series…

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Thermaltake Display Their Latest Range Of Cooling Products At CES 2014

CES 2014, we’re back in the Thermaltake suite to take a quick look at their latest range of cooling products for 2014 and even just at a quick glance we can tell you that Thermaltake are…

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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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Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Raijintek are a new comer to the PC market and while we have known of their presence for a while it’s only in the last few months that they’ve been bringing products to market. The…