Corsair has just launched the latest liquid CPU cooler in their Hydro Series the H75. The H75 is made up of a 120 mm radiator with dual Corsair SP120L PWM fans, a copper microfin coldplate cooling block and kink-resistant rubber tubing. Like all of Corsair’s Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers the H75 is completely self-contained and never needs filling or maintenance.
Cooler Master has decided to add yet another product to its Seidon range which includes the all in one liquid cooler for CPUs. This newer addition which has been tagged as the Seidon 120V is expected to be out by the mid of this month. This version of the Seidon range has been positioned above the Seidon 120XL as it features a fuller and more pronounced CPU block along with a radiator with the dimensions of 27 x 119 x 154.
Corsair has just announced their Air Series AF120 LED Quiet Edition and Air Series AF140 LED Quiet Edition PC case fans. These fans are the only LED fans from Corsair to use their award-winning AF series impeller design that produces higher airflow at lower noise levels.
be quiet! is known mainly for their power supplies and cooling fans. They have some of the top products around in those categories, but if you didn’t know they also make CPU coolers. Today we are going to be taking a look at one of their latest CPU Coolers the Shadow Rock 2, which is the successor to the original Shadow Rock Pro cooler. The Shadow Rock 2 features an aluminum heatsink design with a copper base and four 8 mm copper heatpipes. To aid in cooling you also have a 120 mm SilentWings fan, which only runs at 1600 RPM so it should be pretty quiet. Will this cooler help keep your CPU and system nice and cool? Read on as we find out!
The Eclipse IV has been announced by X2 and Spire. This cooler is the successor to the companies award winning TherMax series coolers and is said to offer even more performance. The heatsink is made up of 45 aluminum stacked fins. The front and rear of the fins have a shark-teeth design for better outflow of air. Six 6 mm copper heatpipes makes a “U” shape and go up into the heatsink stack. These heatpipes are soldered to the base of the cooler and are nickel plated.
When I think of Noctua I am reminded of their very large and powerful CPU coolers. These cooler have rivaled even some liquid cooling systems. Noctua knows cooling but these larger CPU coolers do not fit in all systems. That is why they have come up with the NH-U12S and NH-U14S which are guaranteed to fit in your system even if you have memory with larger heatspreaders. Today we are taking a look at Noctua’s NH-U12S. This cooler features a tower design with aluminum fins and a copper base and heatpipes. There is a single 120 mm Noctua NF-F12 PWM fan and the cooler uses Noctua’s SecurFirm2 mounting system for easy installation. Will this smaller cooler still provide the excellent cooling that we know Noctua for? Read on as we find out.
Thermaltake has announced the addition of the Massive SP cooling pad for laptops as part of the Massive series. The massive SP provides the maximum comfort during usage with its ergonomic design which prevents tiredness which results from long hours of laptop usage.
The manufacturer of PC cooling solutions, ENERMAX, introduced its TWISTERODIO 16 CP008 – the all new cooling fan added to its product portfolio. The classy new model has been designed with high quality brushed aluminum and offers the perfect podium for your notebooks’ cooling.
Overheating becomes a bothersome problem for all users but has now been taken care of by Scythe with its introduction of the Mugen 4. The Japanese based manufacturer has introduced this as the CPU cooler as the PC games hardware edition. Its ability to operate silently has been brought into the light and this Mugen 4 has been tested and optimized by professional editors.
GELID has definitely come out to deal with overheating problem faced by almost all users of laptops and small sized gadgets. The Thermal Solutions Company has launched its cooling pads under the tag of IcyPads which are the universal cooling pads and is part of the already existing Silent product line of GELID. As the name suggests, the cooling pads are universal, meaning that they can be used for all gadgets and little machines such as the modems, routers, switches and other small devices.