Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

April 9, 2010,   has blogged 9  posts

Today we will be looking at the new Frio CPU cooler from Thermaltake. There are a ton of coolers on the market so at times it can be difficult to sort through the mess and find what’s right for you. Thermaltake is one company you can trust to make a rock solid product and thus …

Thermaltake Contac 29 CPU Cooler Review

March 31, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

With so many CPU coolers available on todays market you really need to consider your choice carefully, and since we get to play with them for free that’s why we try and help to narrow down the difficult choice you have to make. Now in the past I have been skeptical of some coolers even …

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Akasa Nero S CPU Cooler Review

March 3, 2010,   has blogged 275  posts

Heat is a tweakers worst enemy, if you can get just the right OC on both your ram and your CPU and you have the ratios just perfect, your next OC killer is going to be your CPU temps. Stock cooling is getting better, but when it comes to the longevity of your OC you …

Featured i5 661 Build Part Four Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Review

February 3, 2010,   has blogged 275  posts

Okay I will admit it the Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler may be a bit overkill for the i5 661 build but let’s be frank, this cooler looks freakin amazing and I believe that it’s silent abilities make it a practical solution to CPU cooling for a media/gaming rig. Noctua has been a relatively new comer …

Thermaltake SpinQ VT CPU Cooler Review

December 29, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Computers are pumping out mass amounts of wattage that we have previously never seen. With these huge ammounts of wattage flowing through current CPU’s we are seeing huge spikes in overall running temperatures. Temperature is an overclockers worst enemy, not to mention the long term effects it has on your components. The main choice for …

Noctua NF-P14 FLX Fan Review

December 10, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Cooling your PC is fundamental for the overall performance of your system. If you don’t have the correct CFM’s running through your case you will run into hotspots and hardware failure. The problem that is native to multiple fans for cooling is the ambient noise level gets affected. Silent fans are hitting the market left …

Aerocool DCC C900 CPU Cooler Review

November 4, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So far we have found that Aerocool makes a pretty good product, we have tested out two of their LCD touch screen fan controllers and a bunch of their cases. From looking at some of their other products we have seen that they have a few CPU Coolers that also look quite promising, but today …

NZXT Sentry 2 LCD Touch Screen Fan Controller Review

October 28, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Recently I have seen an incline of want and or need in fan controllers for people cases. Many of the gaming chassis that I have review as of late come with fan controllers built right into the cases front panel, in some cases two controllers for the intake and exhaust. But what if you want …

ZEROtherm Core 92 CPU Cooler Review

October 22, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

Heat is bad. Heat is Evil. Need I say more? Not really, but I will. CPU Coolers offer a great way to keep your system cool. Today we’re going to look at the ZEROtherm Core 92 CPU cooler. This particular cooler is a Fin-Fan-Fin structure, which is a fairly unique design where the fan is …

Tuniq TX-3 Thermal Paste Reivew

September 9, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When it comes to thermal paste there really isn’t much to say. Over the years there have been many different formulas which in turn results in many different styles. There are some that act like mercury, there are some that are just simple strips that you cut and place, while most are your basic grey …

EVERCOOL Transformer 4 Heat Pipe CPU cooler Review

September 3, 2009,   has blogged 31  posts

Today we are going to take a look at two products from EVERCOOL! The EVERCOOL Transformer 4 Heat Pipe CPU cooler and a companion product, the TWISTER Fan Speed Controller. Both products promise to be a hit with hard-core gamers looking for that extra cooling. The Transformer 4 is a monster of a cooler that …

Aero Cool V12 BlackLine Edition and Light Wave 120mm Fan Round-Up Review

August 11, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

When it comes to computers fads don’t go out of style them just start getting better and better. LED’s have been the companion of virtually ever gamer based system for the past 10 years. Are we sick of them yet? Apparently not because companies are still selling them like hotcakes and improving on the design …

Bgears B – Flexi and B – Cool 120mm and 80mm Fan Round Up Review

August 6, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Case modding has been taken to whole new levels from its meagre roots of coldcathode light tubes and LED fans. We are starting to see touchscreen fan controllers LED fan displays that show you rpm temp and temperature warning right on the fan blades as they spin and multiple LED’s choices. We are going to …

CoolIT Domino Liquid CPU Cooler Review

July 28, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

The household computers these days are pumping out mass amounts of wattage that we have previously never seen before. Along with this huge power output is in efficient energy lost due to heat. Temperature is an overclockers worst enemy not to mention the long term effect it has on your expensive computer components. There are …

SilenX Ixtrema 120mm Red LED Fan Review

July 23, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So you just bought a plain old case, and you decided that you want to modify it. Give it a custom paint job, a CPU snorkel, and your own case fan mods as well. Well as we all know the fans that come with these low budget cases are never the best, so now you …