If you are a fan of extreme air cooling then I am sure you have heard of the Prolimatech Megahalems. They are by far some of the best air coolers around. The only thing that really sets them back is their price, at $70. To help save you money Prolimatech has released a new Basic line which is currently made up of 4 coolers (B81/B65/B48/B45).
ENERMAX, leading PC case and power supply brand, has introduced their T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans. The fans are 18/20 cm, giving a large size for better cooling performance and are compatible with 18cm and 20 cm mounting holes. Both fans are compatible with Enermax’s Fulmo, Fulmo GT, Ostrog GT, Hoplite, and Coenus computer cases.
Here is a word that we are almost inundated with these days. It seems that everyone is so desperate to prove themselves unique they grasp at, and identify with, terms such as this. In the end, it just makes all such products blend together into a group identified with overly emphasised phrases and words. And so it is with utter disdain for this products name that we present to you a 240mm closed loop liquid cooler brought to us by Thermaltake (Tt), the Water 2.0 Extreme. Read on to see if this “Extreme” truly is “of a character or kind farthest removed from the ordinary or average” or just an average cooling product to be avoided.
Noctua has been one of the top picks when it comes to air coolers. Their over-sized air coolers provide great cooling and are actually pretty easy to install as well. A little while ago we took a look at their NH-L12 CPU Cooler, which was a smaller low-profile cooler. I really did not think I would see a smaller cooler than that from Noctua, but they recently released the NH-L9i which is only 37mm high and should be the perfect fit for your small form factor system. Did I mention this cooler will not get in the way of any of your memory and it installs with only 4 screws! Read on as we take a look!
If there is one thing that Apple has proven to the world it’s that creating an image that individuals want to identify with will sell your product. This technique has been repeated time and again in recent years, especially in the tech world. One company to do this and totally create an image that their target market can identify with is NZXT. Established in 2004 and focusing originally on computer enthusiast cases, NZXT have quickly and successfully ground out a segment of the gaming/case modding community to call their own. With a strong following in both the case and power supply market NZXT released the Havik air cooler in June of 2011. It was met with great success and rave review. The Havik was released at a price point aimed at the upper level overclocker, it would seem that since then NZXT has become interested in the lower entry and mid level market. And that brings us to todays test subjects, we will be thoroughly analyzing both the NZXT Respire T20 and T40 air coolers.
Every once in awhile new tech, a new process, or a new material comes along and totally changes the way things are done. The innovation is so advanced that the rest of the industry must adapt or die. Recently Cooler Master, the well established cooling product company, released the TPC 812 air cooler with it’s latest innovation “vertical vapor chambers”. Is this new cooling technique the future of heat removal technology? Or is this just some new gimmick to convince potential customers to buy? Follow along as we find out!
We know that cooler choice has long been a headache for ITX and HTPC system builders. Stock CPU heatsinks and coolers are hot and noisy, while high quality coolers usually either don’t fit the case or interferes with your GPU. So finding the perfect balance of size, thermal performance and noise on ITX and HTPC systems has never been easy, until now! The Thermalright AXP-100 is here! This latest creation by Thermalright is only a mere 58 mm (2.28 inches) in height including the bundled TY-100 high performance PWM fan. This height provides almost full compatibility with HTPC and ITX cases on the market. Thermalright.com will also be displaying a full list of case compatibility on our product page.
One of my favorite things in life is discovering new, great, and fascinating things. As a techie, this desire is fulfilled quite often. Today I would like to introduce you to both a new product and a new company, so without further ado here is the Reeven Kelveros RC-1202. It is a single tower air cooler from this new upstart out of Taiwan. The Kelveros RC-1202 is an combatively styled, moderately sized air cooler, suited to the mid to lower upper level overclocker. If you’re as curious as I was to find out how it would perform following along as I put it through it’s paces.
A few weeks ago I was laying in bed with my significant other watching a movie on her Macbook Pro. Naturally the Macbook was lying across my thighs and after about 30 minutes the bottom of her computer began to get really hot, hot to the point where I had to lay the computer between us. Coincidentally the next week Bob asked me to review the NXZT Cyro E-40 Laptop cooler and my first thought was, “where was this thing when I actually needed it?” NZXT has a solid history in the laptop cooling market. Any recommendation I’ve made in the past for a cooler I’ve always said to look at NZXT. Let’s find out if the Cyro-E40 lives up to my recommendation.
DeepCool is a Beijing based company that is totally focused on cooling electronics. Of course, with a name like DeepCool, they’d be hypocrites if they weren’t. Their products vary from iPad cooling stands to CPU and server coolers. It’s all about lowering thermals for this company! Today we’ll be putting their top of the line, Neptwin, twin tower CPU cooler through it’s paces. This air cooler packs 6 heat pipes, a pretty massive copper base, and dual fans. Follow along and we’ll see if this cooler has what it takes to get you to the next level of overclocking.