Not that long ago we took a look at Noctua’s NH-D15S CPU cooler. It was a revised version of the original NH-D15 which was made to be more compatible with memory modules and PCI-Express cards. Well Noctua has done the same thing with their flagship C-type cooler as well. Today we are going to be checking out the NH-C14S, which is a new revision of the award winning NH-C14 that offers better memory clearance, an offset design that gives better clearance for PCI-Express cards, and offers both a low-profile mode and a high clearance mode. Will these changes affect how well the cooler performs? Or do we have another winner on our hands? Let’s get this cooler installed and see!
MSI showed us a new motherboard that they are working on, the Z97A Gaming 6. It will be their first motherboard to make use of USB 3.1 and use the new C-Type USB connector. The new C-Type USB connector is reversible, which means you can use either end in both your motherboard and whichever peripheral you are using with the motherboard.
Phanteks is a new company to us here at ThinkComputers. They specialize in cooling fans and CPU coolers. Today we are checking out one of their latest CPU coolers the PH-TC14CS. This cooler is a universal cooler so it will fit on both AMD and Intel setups. It also features a C-type design, 5 large copper heatpipes, and two 140mm cooling fans. Did I mention you can get it in 5 different colors? Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
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