GlacialTech is known for their CPU coolers and other cooling products. They have recently released one of their latest coolers, the GlacialTech Alaska, which we have to review today. Packed with six, 6mm nickel coated heatpipes, fins with breathing effect, and multi-platform support, this cooler is sure to pack a punch. Read on further to see how well it performs in our tests and if it really fits up to par.
Today we got a chance to check out the GlacialTech Igloo 5610 Plus Silent CPU Cooler, one of two in the series. This cooler offers a duo of 92mm silent fans across a tall and thin heatsink. The base comes with the thermal grease already applied which saves you from applying too much or not enough on an even layer. This small, yet powerful cooler offers cooling across the whole spectrum of CPU sockets; both AMD and Intel. Read on further to see how well it performs.
Most notebook cooling pads are the same, a simple design that lifts your notebook of the ground and a fan in the middle to cool things down a bit. Well today we have a notebook that not only does that but adds a ton of features like a set of touch-sensitive media keys, temperature and fan speed display, and a 3 port USB hub. Let’s see if this cooler with all its bells and whistles can actually cool our notebook as well.
Oct 05, 2015 0