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Phobya Touch 6 Fan Controller Review

Phobya are starting to become a bit of a big player these days with products spanning a wide range of categories at a variety of different market segmentations. A while back we took a look at…

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Sapphire HD 7990 “Atomic” PCB and Cooling Solution Detailed

Sapphire’s HD 7990 Atomic graphics card was revealed at Computex 2013 earlier this year and we took a look at the early version of it. The PCB has now been pictured and as you can see…

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Swiftech Reveal H320 “360mm” AIO Open Loop Liquid Cooler

Swiftech’s H220, which we reviewed here, was a breath of fresh air for the AIO market. It brought a high level of quality, performance and finesse to the market that we hadn’t really seen before. Previously…

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EK Debut Gigabyte Z87X-OC Series Water Blocks

Gigabyte’s Z87X-OC and Z87X-OC Force motherboards have been designed from the ground up for overclockers in mind. That said EK are catering to the needs of the hardcore overclocker with their latest series of water blocks.…

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Coolermaster N200 M-ATX Chassis Review

We get more than our fair share of high end components here at eTeknix and while I’m sure many of you love reading the reviews of the more extreme end of the market, the truth is…

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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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SilverStone Tundra TD02 240mm AIO Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The build up to SilverStone’s Tundra series of All-In-One closed loop liquid CPU coolers has been a very exciting one for me. While quite a few of news sites falsely reported that the Tundra is based…

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Cooler Master Eisberg 120L Prestige Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master’s entrance into the water cooling market has been a long time coming. Cooler Master started with the release of the Seidon series, this consisted of entry to upper mid range closed loop AIO coolers…

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Cooler Master Eisberg 240L Prestige Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master’s entrance into the water cooling market started with the release of the Seidon series, this consisted of entry to upper mid range closed loop AIO coolers and Cooler Master released three models; the 120M, 120XL…

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Arctic Accelero Hybrid 7970 VGA Cooler Review

All In One liquid CPU coolers are becoming increasingly common in the CPU cooler market, yet we haven’t really seen them arrive in the VGA cooler market to date. Arctic were the first company that I…

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Computex: Cooler Master Show Custom Eisberg Loops

Cooler Master’s Eisberg series has been out for a while now and we have both an Eisberg 120L and 240L review coming you in the next few weeks. At Computex Cooler Master have been showing off…

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Computex: EVGA Exhibit GTX 780 Hydro Copper Graphics Card

EVGA’s GTX 780 Hydro Copper is one of those graphics cards that most people really dream of, but never really want because it just costs too much to buy and you need a full water cooling…

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Computex: Sapphire Unleash Atomic HD 7990 Graphics Card Kit

Sapphire’s Atomic branding has typically been reserved for their absolutely highest end products and today what they showed us at Computex is certainly no exception. Using AMD’s latest graphics card release Sapphire have developed the Atomic…

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Computex: Enermax Show New And Improved Liquid CPU Coolers

Enermax had a relatively average start into the world of liquid CPU coolers when they released the ELC 120 and 240 back in mid 2012. Since then Enermax have gone back to the drawing board with…

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Computex: Antec Reveal Kuhler H20 1250 And 650 With Fan/Pump Hybrids!

Just when you thought all-in-one liquid coolers were all the same, and Antec were one of the worst culprits simply producing barely changed rebranded Asetek units, Antec have just gone and done something really different. Their…

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Computex: Powercolor Showcase HD 7970 LCS Graphics Card

Watercooling graphics cards can be a bit of a nightmare, especially installing and fitting the block which is often one of the hardest parts. Furthermore you could go to all that effort and then you might…

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Lamptron CW611 Watercooling Fan Controller Review

Within the PC market fan controllers are a very niche product, and certainly the majority of users will never need them. Yet there is still a very strong demand for high quality fan controllers among the…

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Thermaltake Water 3.0 Pro CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake’s Water 2.0 series has already come and gone. We were lucky enough to be able to take a look at the Water 2.0 Extreme which we felt was a great cooler in terms of performance…

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Thermaltake Announce Water 3.0 Liquid CPU Coolers

Thermaltake’s Water 2.0 series of liquid CPU coolers made their release back in June 2012 but since then they have fallen off the radar a bit, overshadowed by Corsair’s Hydro Series. That said, Thermaltake have revised…

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Gigabyte Preview Z87 G1 Killer Motherboard With Water Channels

In the wake of Intel’s upcoming launch of its new Haswell platform at Computex 2013, Gigabyte has been preparing some preview/teaser images of their high performance G1 Killer motherboard that will launch for the new platform. Gigabyte’s…

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Swiftech H220 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

When it comes to the world of All In One (AIO) liquid CPU cooling systems you’ll be hard pressed to find something that isn’t made by either Asetek or CoolIT and rebranded under various company’s product…

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Origin PC Unleash The Newly Updated Genesis with Corsair’s 900D

Origin PC are well known for making some of the best high end pre-built systems on the planet. That said it hasn’t taken them long to respond to the latest high-end PC fashion, which is the…

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EK Announce ASRock Z77 Extreme 11 Motherboard Water Block

EK blocks are well known for making very specialised and niche water cooling products, their latest water block is no exception. EK is introducing a full motherboard water block for ASRock’s premium Z77 motherboard the Extreme…

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Antec Kuhler H2O 1220 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Antec sit alongside Corsair as one of the big-boys in the All-In-One liquid CPU cooling market. They have been around for a long time and were one of the first to mainstream the trend of AIO…

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EK Launches World’s First Water Cooling Solution for AMD FirePro

EK are renowned throughout the industry for making an incredibly diverse range of water blocks that tackle not just the “mainstream” segment of the water cooling market, which is quite niche in itself, but also the…

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Cooler Master Seidon 240M Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master’s Seidon 120M impressed us a while back with its solid price to performance ratio, offering similar performance to the competition at a price that was quite a bit lower. The Seidon 240M promises to do…

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EK announce Water Blocks for De-Lidded Ivy Bridge CPUs

The Ivy Bridge saga with removing the lid, a.k.a. the IHS (Integrated Heat Sink), stuck around for quite a long time. People debated the benefits of changing out the stock Intel thermal paste and using (or…