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Thermaltake Frio Overclock King TT OCK 1155 CPU Cooler Review

August 9, 2011,   has blogged 7756  posts

Most people today don’t buy an aftermarket CPU cooler. Why? Well for the average computer user there is not much a need as usually only people who work with and heavily use a computer need better cooling solutions. Computer enthusiasts and gamers alike though know about how great cooling gives better performances out of their …

Noctua NH-C14 CPU Cooler Review

March 17, 2011,   has blogged 31  posts

Today we take a look at one monster of a CPU cooler. This is the noctua NH-C14 CPU cooler! Designed in Austria, this has got to be the largest mid tower case CPU cooler I have ever seen! This monster sports not one, but TWO 140mm (yes that is correct) fans! If I’ve said it …

Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler Review

March 1, 2011,   has blogged 31  posts

Ever wonder what to do with those unused 5.25 slots in your case? Add another DVD drive? Maybe a removable HDD carrier? Well Evercool has provided us with another innovative system cooler that helps make that decision easier. The Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler! We are always looking for ways to increase the cooling capacity …

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GELID Solutions Icy Vision VGA Cooler Review

January 20, 2011,   has blogged 7756  posts

 Having a good aftermarket Video Card cooler is important nowadays with the rise of graphically heavy PC games. Better cooling will mean that your card can work more efficiently giving you the best game play experience.  Today we will be looking at and testing the GeLid Solutions Icy Vision VGA cooler to see if it …

Titan Hati TTC-NC15TZ CPU Cooler Review

December 19, 2010,   has blogged 7756  posts

Titan gained quite a bit of noticed for their CPU coolers when they released the Fenrir series. Today we will be looking at another product in that series, the Titan Hati and the Kukri fan that came with it as well as the Titan Platinum Grease thermal paste. We will test these products against stock …

Arctic Cooling MX-4 Thermal Paste Review

November 13, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Not all Thermal Paste is created equal.  We all know that for optimum operation of our PC we need to start with a good CPU cooler.  But many people don’t realize that the thermal paste you use is just as important.  Today we take a look at a new product from Arctic: The Arctic MX-4 …

Swiftech H20-320 Edge Water Cooling Kit Review

September 24, 2010,   has blogged 275  posts

Although we are seeing some very impressive factory sealed watercooling units coming out of CoolIT and Corsaire these days. Nothing can really compare with the beefy aesthetics of a custom water cooling kit and that is why companies like Swiftech are still going strong despite the influx of consumer grade coolers coming out. Today we …

NZXT Sentry LXE Touchscreen Fan Controller Review

September 13, 2010,   has blogged 275  posts

Gaming and enthusiast PC’s have always been the geek equivalent to a hot rod. The ability to customize color, lighting, cooling, and pretty much just about anything in todays PC’s make it a tweakers paradise. NZXT is one such company taking advantage of this new need for customizability; their full range of products makes their …

Xigmatek Thors Hammer CPU Cooler Review

August 30, 2010,   has blogged 275  posts

The Mjölner also known as Thor’s Hammer is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome weapons, capable of leveling mountains. The Hammer was forged by Sindri (or Eitri) and his brother Brokkr after Loki bet his head that they could not make something as beautiful as what the dwarves named the Sons …

Xigmatek Balder CPU cooler Review

August 26, 2010,   has blogged 7  posts

Today we will be taking a look at a cooler that I’m quite excited to get into. The Xigmatek Balder CPU cooler it’s a nickel plated overclocking heatsink. Upon looking at the overall design of the package itself, like all Xigmatek coolers, it looks pretty awesome. When we open it up, you can see it …

CoolIt Systems Vantage Advanced Liquid Cooler Review

August 5, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Have you ever wondered how much heat your CPU cooler is actually diverting? Have you ever wondered if that temperature sensor on your motherboard for your CPU is functioning properly? Have you ever wanted an affordable liquid cooler for your expensive and in some cases, irreplaceable CPU? Well the CoolIt Systems Vantage Advanced Liquid Cooler …

Tuniq TX-4 Thermal Compound Review

May 26, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

Alright once again I get a chance to do some testing on a new thermal compound, and I am excited about it. Now most of you might think that being happy about working with and testing a new thermal compound might not be very fun but in the past year Tuniq has made three new …

Evercool Heatpipe CPU Cooler Review

May 12, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Hey Folks! Today were going to check out a low profile cooler from Evercool. This cooler is simply called the Evercool “Heatpipe CPU Cooler”. This cooler is compact, simple, and based on years of experience from the Evercool labs. As we see more and more Micro-ATX systems, these low profile coolers will become more popular. …

Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound Review

May 8, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Here is another new product from Evercool!  This is the latest in ongoing war of Thermal Compounds.  The Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound!  It doesn’t matter what CPU cooler you have, if you don’t use a quality thermal paste, your going to overheat and kill that expensive processor.  The Evercool Cruise Missile High …

Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm Fan Review

April 23, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Presenting! The Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm Case Fan! The Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm Case Fan is a PWM (pulse width modulated) fan. A unique blade design and innovative Barometric Ball Bearing technology, the Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm Case Fan promises to be quiet and long lasting while moving large amounts of air.  

NZXT Premium Cooling Fan Round Up

April 12, 2010,   has blogged 31  posts

Keeping our computers cool seems to be a never-ending job. As our systems get faster and smaller, they generate more heat. That heat has to be removed somehow. Today we take a look at 3 of NZXT’s Performance cooling fans. NZXT has provided us with a 200mm, a 140mm, and a 120mm fan. We will …