Saturday, June 23, 2018

Cooling

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Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler Review

Today we have the chance to look at the Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler. Yes V8 in engine V8. Well it's not really an engine, but its pretty dang powerful like a V8 engine is. This award winning cooler offers four modular fin sets which have a total of eight heatpipes running through them. With 120mm fan backed by PWM and VR Controllers the V8 is both powerful and quiet. It is by far the best CPU Cooler we've reviewed. Reader on further to see what else I think about the V8.

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Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU Cooler Review

Today we have the chance to look at the Thermaltake BigTyp 14 Pro CPU Cooler, a relatively new product from Thermaltake with a huge 140mm fan with blue LEDs. In addition to those large features the BigTyp 14 Pro offers 12 copper heatpipes for optimal cooling on most socket types. This is probably one of the largest CPU cooler's that we've reviewed here at Think Computers, but will it stand up to the testing? Read on to find out.

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CoolIT Domino A.L.C. CPU Liquid Cooling System Review

CoolIT Systems has been around for over a decade, and has been designing and building liquid and peltier cooling systems for several years. CoolIT has been concentrating on self-contained in-case system with OEM quality. Today I will be looking at their latest self-contained in-case CPU liquid cooling system, the Domino A.L.C. It is marketed towards the enthusiast that wants to liquid cool only the CPU, and desires a mount-it-and-forget-it self-contained system. Will the Domino A.L.C. impress? Read on to see!

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Noctua NH-C12P Premium CPU Cooler Review

Made in Austria is probably not something people are familiar with, but Noctua is trying to change this. Today we are looking at the Noctua NH-C12P Premium CPU Cooler which really is a premium cooler. It's not always easy saying quiet and optimal cooling in the same sentence when it comes to CPU coolers, but I think Noctua and the NH-C12P are starting to break this with a cool and quiet CPU cooler. While it certainly isn't the most inexpensive cooler on the market, it is probably a worthy investment because it currently supports all processors, yes even the i7, and it seems to me that Noctua will continue giving away free brackets for their CPU coolers in the future.

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Thermaltake SpinQ CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake has given us the opportunity to look at the recently released, award winning Thermaltake SpinQ. Winning awards like the 2009 CES Innovation Design and Engineering Award certainly gives it something to wow about. The cylinder shape heatsink has over 50 aluminum fins aligned in a spiral shape and cooled by a turbine-like fan with a blue LED. Looking to trick out your case with sweet looking products? This is probably one product you're going to want to add to your list.

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Xilence RAM Cooler HP Duo Dual Heatpipe Passive Memory Cooler Review

Our friends at bgears have given us that option with the Xilence RAM Cooler HP Duo memory cooler. Xilence is a separate company that builds cases, power supplies, CPU coolers, and other cooling products; all with silence in mind, but their products are marketed in the US by bgears. The RAM Cooler HP Duo has a pair of copper heatpipes with lots of pretty copper fins, so besides providing extra cooling for those hot memory chips, you also get an excuse to add more shiny copper to the inside of your rig. Read on as I look at the HP Duo!

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Thermaltake MaxOrb EX CPU Cooler Review

Today we have the opportunity to review the new Thermaltake MaxOrb EX CPU Cooler which is an extension of the quality proven MaxOrb. With an adjustable fan, pure copper construction, silent blue 120mm fan and a patented design, this CPU cooler certainly has a lot going for it. The Thermaltake R&D Manager claims that the "MaxOrb EX has been created from the Thermaltake belief in breaking of present cooling limits." Does it perform up to his expectations? Read on further to see what we found in this review.

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Xilence Xilent Blade Pro CPU Cooler Review

The Xilence brand is not known to many in the U.S., but we have the opportunity to look at the Xilence Xilent Blade Pro CPU cooler. This is just one of many cooling options that Xilence has to offer which also includes fans, VGA coolers, other cooling components and even cases and power supplies. The Xilent Blade Pro offers multi-socket support for both AMD/Intel CPUs and has a quiet vibration free fan for the ultimate cooling performance. The black/red design gives is a sleek style and will give your case a kick of color. Read on further to see how well it performs.

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