Often times we receive several items at the same time that a manufacturer would like us to review. Typically this occurs when a new line of products has been released or a major update has been done and today is exactly that. With the introduction of their CAM software, NZXT has released an updated version of most of their products featuring this new connectivity. Today we’ll be taking a close look at NZXT’s newest 120mm AIO, the Kraken X31. NZXT has some notoriously well loved and great performing coolers in their armory, let’s find out if their newest, smallest offering lives up to those same standards.
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…
Corsair needs no introduction.if you haven’t heard of Corsair’s excellent memory products you definitely need to climb out from under that rock you’ve been living under. Besides manufacturing memory products, which now includes DIMMs, the Flash Voyager line, and SSDs, over the past couple of years Corsair has branched out into PC cases, power supplies, and now liquid CPU cooling. Today I will be looking at Corsair’s Hydro Series H50 CPU cooler, a self-contained liquid CPU cooler. Designed to just connect and go, the H50 costs only a few dollars more than an upper-end air cooler. Will the H50 keep an overclocked i7 nice and cool? Read on to see!
Dec 11, 2014 0