Today we get the opportunity to see a remake of a classic and well known CPU cooler. The Thermaltake Frio, which we reviewed over a year ago, now has a successor, the Frio OCK. With a revamped dual fan design and sleeker looks, it’s sure to be a hit. The Frio OCK comes equipped with dual 130mm fans, six 6mm copper heatpipes, and a Starcraft II design. Read on further to see what else is this successor has going for it.
Today we get the opportunity to check out a new idea on CPU coolers, at least to us here at Think Computers. We’ll be checking out the Freezer 13 Pro from Arctic Cooling, which not only has 120mm fan for cooling, but also a small 50mm fan that is attached to the base which helps cool the base and provide better airflow underneath the heatsink. Read on further to check out this new idea and find out how well it performs.
Today we have the chance to review something new from a company whose main product lines revolve around cases. Today we are checking out NZXT’s latest product and hopefully a new product line. NZXT has given us a chance to review their new Havik 140, a dual 140mm fan CPU cooler. The Havik 140 also features a whopping six, 6mm copper heatpipes to fit inside of its heatsink. Read on further to see if this new product approach passes or fails for NZXT.
Zalman is well known for their vast array of quality cooling products and today, that’s no exception. Today we get to take a look at the Zalman CNPS9900 MAX CPU Cooler, which can come with either red or blue (we have) LEDs. Its circular design features a dual heatsink design with a centered 135mm ultra quiet fan. This goes along well with its black-pearl nickel plating all over the cooler. With this cooler keep up with the cooling quality of Zalman? Read on further to find out.
CPU coolers come in many different shapes and sizes, but I’m pretty sure the Thermaltake Jing will surprise you with its bright green color scheme. The Jing also has two unique fans which provide more airflow than your typical fan, five 6mm heatpipes, and nickel plated metals all around. Will this bright CPU cooler work well in your case or will you have some issues? Read on further to see what our findings were.
There are so many coolers out there, but they are all different types. They range from tower coolers to low profile to water cooling. Over the past few years we have seen a lot of different coolers and designs, but the ones that have been used most frequently are the AIO (all-in-one) water coolers, where everything is included into a closed loop while giving you the benefits of water cooling along with being affordable and easy to setup. Today we will be taking a look at the Antec Kuhler H2O 62O, which is a closed loop water cooling system which is produced by Asetek which is also the maker of the Corsair AIO water cooling systems. Let’s take a look…
Just a little while ago we took a look at Noctua’s NH-C14 CPU cooler, it featured a C-shape top down design and proved to be one of the best performing CPU coolers we have tested this year! Well today we are going to look at the C14’s brother the NH-D14. It features an asymmetrical tower-type design with 2 large fans. This once again is a huge CPU cooler, but knowing Noctua it will provide great cooling and run pretty silent. Let’s check it out!
Noctua is a company that many enthusiast know about, but consumers may not. Noctua is based out of Austria and they makes some of the best performing and highest quality CPU coolers that we have seen. The interesting thing about their coolers is that they run very quiet. Today we will be taking a look at their new NH-C14 cooler. It features a C-shape top down design, 2 140mm fans, 6 copper heatpipes, aluminum fins, and a nickel plated copper base. Let’s take a look at the NH-C14 and see how well it performs.
Looking for a HTPC CPU Cooler? Then the Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler is a great choice for you. This cooler has a compact design, ultra quiet PWM fan, and easy installation for HTPCs. The cooler supports CPUs up to 90 Watts and only Intel LGA 775 and 1156 processors. This silent CPU cooler should be something you should have in mind if you’re designing an HTPC system. Read on further to find out more.
A few weeks ago we got to check out one of DeepCool’s most expensive CPU coolers, the Gamer Storm. Today we are checking out a less expensive cooler, but one that will give your case that “gamer” look. The Ice Blade Pro features four 8mm copper heatpipes, a patented Core Touch Technology (CTT), and a smoked blue LED 120mm fan. How well will this compare with the other DeepCool cooler? Read on further to find out.
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