Scythe has just unveiled their new compact top-flow lori CPU cooler. This cooler was specifically developed for Mini- and Micro-ATX systems. This is a universal cooler so it supports both AMD and Intel platforms. Scythe has also improved the push-pin mounting mechanism allowing for fast heatsink mounting on virtually every motherboard.
All-in-one water cooling products have been all of the rage lately. After reviewing many successful Thermaltake products and seeing their promising new line of water cooling products showcased at CES 2014 we are really excited to take one of their latest products, the Water 3.0 Pro for a spin. It is an all-in-one water cooling system that features a thick 120 mm radiator, dual 120 mm fan and a redesigned pump.
Arctic upcoming Accelero Xtreme IV GPU cooler has been unveiled on the Chiphell Forums. The Accelero Xtreme IV will be the successor to Arctic’s own highly successful Accelero Xtreme III which was launched two years ago.
Raijintek has just announced two new CPU coolers which are said to be available next month. These coolers are the Nemesis and Themis Evo. The Nemesis is the higher-end model out of the two and it features a dual tower nickel-plated heatsink, five 8 mm copper heatpipes and two 140 mm PWM fans that will operate at 600 to 1000 RPM.
CapTherm is probably a name you have not heard of, and before reading this news story I did not either. CapTherm has worked with Data Center’s and other industrial companies to bring cooling levels down on their products. It looks like they have been working on a the MP-1120 multiphase cooling system. You may think this is an AiO water cooler or something similar, but it is a whole different breed of cooler all together.
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!
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