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be quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Revealed

be quiet! are legendary for their extremely quiet coolers, impressive performance and ultra-high build quality. The only problem with be quiet! is that their products can be a little expensive. Of course you do get what…

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New Thermalright HR-02 Macho Zero CPU Cooler Revealed

The Thermalright Macho series has already proven to be one of the best bang for buck CPU coolers on the market. Now it’s back once again with the release of the HR-02 special edition, and it promises…

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Raijintek Morpheus GPU Cooler Review

Introduction Raijintek are still fairly new to the consumer market, but over the last couple of years they’ve come back again and again with products that offer award-winning performance at wallet friendly prices. Following the success…

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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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EVGA Respond to Possible Design Flaw on GTX 970 ACX

Recently, we covered a story on the new EVGA GeForce GTX 970 ACX having a possible design flaw or manufacturing defect where the GPU die only makes contact with 2 of the 3 heatpipes included in…

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NZXT Kraken All-In-One CPU Cooler Roundup Review

Introduction NZXT had a great success story with the X40 and X60 CPU coolers, but since they launched we’ve seen several rivals come in and steal their thunder, so NZXT have gone back to the drawing…

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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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Raijintek Themis Evo Pro & Tisis CPU Coolers Head-to-Head Review

Introduction Raijintek are easily my favourite cooling manufacturer of the moment, while they may be relatively new to the market compared to the established few such as Cooler Master, Thermaltake, be quiet! and more, they’ve already…

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Thermaltake Debut Their Water 3.0 Ultimate All-In-One CPU Coolers

Thermaltake look set to assert their dominance in the cooling market with the release of the Water 3.0 Ultimate, a new all-in-one liquid cooling system that features a massive 360mm radiator. Targeted right at the heart…

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Scythe Releases Tatsumi CPU Cooler Now Available

Scythe are back with yet another budget friendly cooler, with a promise of high performance and great build quality. The Japanese based cooling company has proven they know how to make a great cooler for those…

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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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NZXT Kraken X31 CPU Water Cooler Now Available For Pre-Order

The NZXT Kraken X31 is the latest evolution of the very popular NZXT AIO CPU water cooling product range. Much of the design has been tweaked to offer improved performance over the previous model, which is…

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NZXT Kraken X41 and Kraken X61 CPU Coolers Now Available

NZXT have already seen huge success with their Kraken all-in-one CPU water coolers such as the X40 and the X60, now it looks set to do the same with their latest incarnations, the X41 and the…

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Noctua NH-D15 D-Type Premium CPU Cooler Review

Introduction Noctua are one of the best CPU cooler manufacturers around, their CPU coolers have pushed air cooling to new highs over the last few years and most importantly, their NH-D14 was and still is one…

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Latest Enermax Chassis and Cooler Shown at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: The latest model of the Enermax Ostrog is a real beast, offering plenty of room for a high-end gaming rig with SLI configuration, water cooling and lots of storage. The front panel is made up…

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Silverstone Prototype Watercooler Doesn’t Require Pump

Computex 2014: Water cooling is big business these days, but innovation has started to become a little thin, until now. This Silverstone prototype doesn’t need a pump to cycle the water through the radiator, I’m a little…

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be quiet! to Reveal New Product Category at Computex 2014

be quiet! are one of the coolest companies around, they make ultra high quality and performance power supplies and cooling products that have gone on to win virtually countless awards around the world. Their focus on…

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NoFan CR-80EH Fanless Copper CPU Cooler Review

Introduction On the cooling test bench today we have something pretty special, the NoFan CR-80EH. The latest cooler from NoFan, a completely passive CPU cooler that obviously promises silent performance for your computer, but it’s also…

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Swiftech Komodo R9-LE GPU Water Block Released

Swiftech has just revealed their new Komodo R90LE VGA water block, and as the name might suggest it is fully compatible with the AMD Radeon 290 and 290X graphics cards. This follows in the footsteps of…

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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 CPU Cooler Review

Introduction When it comes to CPU coolers there are no shortage of options, in fact it can be quite a headache trying to find the right one for your system. With water cooling now cheaper than…

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Silverstone Tundra Series TD03 CPU Water Cooler Review

Introduction The Silverstone Tundra TD03 is one of the most unusual 120mm water coolers I’ve seen, it stands out in a market that is crowded by Asetek water coolers that are all pretty much identical. Silverstone…

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Gigabyte Showoff Huge External “WaterForce” GPU Water Cooler

The team over at VR-Zone saw something very interesting this week while taking part in Tech Tour 2014, they stumbled upon the monstrosity you see in the images here, the Gigabyte WaterForce GPU cooler. It’s not…

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Inno3D GeForce GTX Titan Z HerculeZ Edition Coming Soon

Nvidia’s green-light program has been preventing manufacturers from altering the designs of the latest Nvidia hardware, they did the same thing on all their recent high-end cards, including the GeForce GTX 690, GTX Titan and the…

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Raijintek Morpheus VGA Cooler Revealed

Raijintek is still something of a newcomer to the cooling market, but while they’ve only got a year or two under their belt, they’ve done nothing but amaze us with their wallet friendly prices, stylish yet…

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Aqua Radeon R9 295X2 Full Water Cooling Cover Announced

Have you got huge piles of money that you’re just dying to spend on your new gaming rig? Perhaps the water cooling configuration of AMD’s latest dual-graphics card monster isn’t powerful enough for you and you’re…

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Gigabyte GeForce GTX Titan Black Bundled With WindForce 3x 600W Cooler

Nvidia still won’t let its partners rip the GeForce GTX Titan Black apart and make something of their own, but that hasn’t stopped Gigabyte from making a few modifications anyway, the only difference is that you’ll…

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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…