DeepCool has only recently announced their Gamer Storm line of products. These are mainly focused towards gamers with high-end cooling solutions for both CPU’s and graphics cards. The DeepCool Lucifer is part of the Gamer Storm line and is one of the larger CPU coolers we have seen lately. It features six 6 mm copper heatpipes, fanless operational mode, a nickel-plated copper base and a 140 mm PWM fan. Is this cooler enough to keep your gaming rig nice and cool and can it compete against other coolers out there? Read on as we find out.
Be quiet! is starting off 2014 by showing off some of their brand new CPU coolers at CES 2014. Be quiet’s Dark Rock series has been around for a while and it is back with the Dark Rock 3 and Dark Rock Pro 3. They were also showing off a very slim cooler in their Shadow Rock Slim model.
ThermoLab has rolled out into the market its new heat sink which is named as GOYO and the company has even posted a couple of pictures on the internet regarding it. Some of the pictures have been released on the internet of this tower heatsink and it might just appear as too big in them but in reality the measurements are merely 125 mm x 70 mm x 135 mm and it weighs only 290g.
When people ask me what is a good air CPU cooler Noctua is always a name that comes to mind. They are known for their great cooling solutions, both big and small. When it comes to air coolers one of the biggest problems is compatibility. Many performance and high-end memory modules are large heatspreaders and they can get in the way. Noctua of course knows this and has made an effort to come out with CPU coolers that will be compatible in all situations. The NH-U14S is one such cooler. It is designed with a 52mm thin heatsink stack that allows for full RAM compatibility on socket 2011 as well as other platforms. Normally we see these massive heatsinks from Noctua so will the NH-U14S still be able to perform up to the standards we know Noctua for? Read on as we find out!
GELID Solutions, most commonly known for their computer hardware solutions, have introduced the “SpeedTouch 6″ fan controller which is going to form part of the GAMER product line. The fan controller is available in the market now and has been priced at USD 35 or Euro 29 and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Earlier this month we first got news of a new player in the PC Cooling market, Cryorig. Their first product will be the R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler. While we were given some information on the R1 earlier this month the company has released even more information on the design and technologies used on the R1 Ultimate.
It looks like we have a new comer to the PC cooling and peripherals market. Founded in 2013, CRYORIG has a team of seasoned veterans from brands such as Thermalright, Prolimatech, and Phanteks. They are introducing their flagship dual tower cooler the CRYORIG R1.
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.