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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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Reeven BRONTES (RC-1001) Low Profile CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Reeven is 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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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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GAME Acquires Multiplay for £20 Million!

It has been announced that GAME has acquired Multiplay, the company responsible for the Insomnia gaming events in the UK, for £20m. As an avid gamer, modder and LAN attendee myself, it comes as no surprise…

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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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Gameblast 15 Supports SpecialEffect With Weekend Gaming Marathon

Over 50 companies from the gaming industry are working together this weekend to do a 48 hour gaming marathon in aid of Special Effect – a company who transform the lives of gamers with disabilities by…

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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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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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Super Flower and 8Pack Set to Release 2000W Platinum PSU

You may remember that last week OCUK were teasing us, Well today Super Flower and Ian “8Pack” Parry have announced that they have joined together to bring us a 2000W power supply – the first one…

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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…

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Cooler Master Nepton 240M AIO CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Cooler Master are well known for their cases, power supplies and of course cooling products and with over 20 years experience it’s no surprise that they are a market leader in all of these areas.…

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Cooler Master UK and Jagex Announce Partnership

Cooler Master UK and Jagex today announce an official partnership, making CM Storm the official peripheral supplier for the game developer. In a press release we received, Cooler Master have announced that they will be the…

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Hex Gear Announce Their Incredible R40 Chassis

A new computer case company has just popped up and the first release looks amazing! HEX GEAR is a company founded by Hans Peder Sahl and Nate George, these are names you’re possibly familiar with as…

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Raijintek Zelos Low Profile CPU Cooler

Introduction and Packaging Raijintek is a relatively new company, established last year in Europe they are still quite a small company. Having said that, they already have a range of air coolers, such as the TISIS,…

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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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Insomnia 53 – Cooler Master Booth

At the weekend we were at Multiplays Insomnia 53, the UKs biggest gaming festival. The winter one is usually quieter than usual, but you wouldn’t have guessed it from some of the products that were on…

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Silverstone Noble Breeze NB05 Notebook Cooler Review

Introduction Silverstone are known for their amazing cases such as the TJ11 or TJ07, if you want a chassis that is simply a modders dream then these are for you. Silverstone don’t only do Chassis though,…

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MSI Referred to Watchdog by Aria

Earlier this year MSI released their 980 GPUs, when doing so they did a special launch offer and priced them at £424. Once this offer was over, MSI requested that its prices were raised to £449…

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Xigmatek Gaia II CPU Cooler Review

Introduction When I think of Xigmatek, M-ATX and ITX cases such as the “Nebula” or the “Aquila” spring to mind. These are both really nice compact cases which are competitively priced. They don’t just do cases…

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LSU Computer Society (lsucs) LAN Party – Loughborough

At eTeknix, we are always trying to find ways to interact with our readers and what better way than to actually meet some of them, we realise this isn’t always easy, so we have come up…

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SilverStone SST-AR06 Low-profile CPU Cooler Review

Introduction and Packaging SilverStone last year, released a new series of coolers called the Argon series, today were going to take a look at the latest one of these; the SilverStone AR06, a low profile CPU…