Thermaltake MeOrb CPU Cooler Review

July 8, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Low profile coolers are a very specific market and inorder to do well in this market you need experience to back up your claims. Thermaltake is one such company with a long track record of top notch product so when I first hear of a new orb cooler from them I knew that it should …

Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler Review

July 6, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When massive amounts of cooling are a priority when operating your gaming beast, or if you just like to add a bit of flair to your case then you should take a look at the Thermal Take V1. With the Thermal Take V1 CPU Cooler you get the cooling power, and high quality that Thermal …

Thermaltake ISGC-100 CPU Cooler Review

June 19, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

CPU’s re getting a lot hotter as we are climbing into the 4Ghz+  overclock potential of today’s PC platforms. Stock cooling is not enough to cover the cooling needs of the serious overclocker. Is cooling only important for the enthusiasts out there? Not at all, in fact the recent updates in HTPC standards to have …

Kingwin XT-1264 CPU Cooler Review

June 1, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

With the addition to the horsepower that the Core i7 Intel chips have been pumping out, another factor to the new CPU series from Intel is the added heat that these chips produce. Companies of cooling products have already jumped on board with 1366 specific coolers as well as adapters for previous cooler designs to …

Noctua NH-U9B CPU Cooler Review

May 29, 2009,   has blogged 1  posts

In recent years there have been a couple of dominant companies in the cooling industry namely being CoolerMaster, Zalman and Scythe. These companies are great and churn out the products but what about the less talked about companies such a Noctua? Noctua has been around for about 4 years now and is going strong, they …

Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm and NF-R8 80mm Case Fan Round up Review

May 19, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

  HTPC’s are flooding the market these days, people are sick and tired of cable bills and turn to the net for their tv needs. Sites like hulu and tv.com are 100% legal choices for anyone with an internet hook up. The one inherent flaw of a PC over your digital cable box is the …

Cooler Master Hyper TX3 CPU Cooler Review

May 18, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So far I have tried a multitude of CPU coolers over the year, some big some small, some with super cooling power some that didn’t do anything.  In the past I always found that Cooler Master has made good high quality products, and I have learned that just because a CPU cooler is of a …

Nexus LOW-7000 CPU Cooler Review

May 14, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

With the popularity of home theater PCs on the rise and with money being tight for most, why not try and make your computers components last as long as they can. In the case of the home theater PC sometimes CPU coolers don’t fit inside the smaller cases that some prefer. Well with the Nexus …

Evercool Buffalo Heat Pipe CPU Cooler Review

May 7, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When it comes to CPU coolers there is a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. There are monstrous coolers that only fit in the largest of PC cases, there are those that are made with a low profile shape to perform just as well as large ones in a smaller space, there are also …

NoiseBlocker NB-Multiframe S-Series PC Fan Round Up Review

April 27, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Does your dorm room sound like the inside of a wind turbine? Maybe it is time to look into some quieter choices for your desktop PC. Companies are pumping out silent this, and quiet that, every time I turn around these days but which one is truly right for you? This is where sites like …

Thermaltake ISGC Fan 12 120mm Case Fan Review

April 21, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Silence is key in today’s working environments, with telephones ringing, people talking around you, and continuous background noise, having a loud PC just adds to your end of day migraines. Manufacturers have heard your call and are all over it like a fat kid on cake. There is a huge market of silent fans out …

Tuniq TX-2 Thermal Material and TR-1 Thermal Material Remover Review

April 1, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When it comes to thermal materials, which do you trust to keep your computer running at peak efficiency? Do you rely on word of mouth, from people working in stores, or from people who do the leg work and run the numbers to find the best material for you? When we received the Sunbeam Tech …

Noctua NH-C12P CPU Cooler Review

March 31, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When it comes to CPU cooling what do you use? Honestly I prefer massive CPU coolers. With so many options from just being huge, intimidating, noisy, and efficient to small, unassuming cheap coolers, what is the best option? Well for those out there that agree that Air Based CPU coolers are a great way to …

Noctua NH-U12P CPU Cooler Review

March 10, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Overclocking and tweaking are a way of life for most enthusiast users. We love squeezing every little bit out of our rigs, and pushing limits, to get the most we can out of our machines and our hobby. What are some of the bottle necks of overclocking and tweaking? For one, hardware is of course …

Nexus and Strikefan 120 MM Fan Roundup Review

February 26, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

Depending on just how much hardware you have crammed into your rig, you may be putting out a fair amount of BTUs. That’s why PC fans are such a necessity. However if the sound of your fans is drowning out everything else, then maybe it’s time to look into some quieter fans. Today we’re going …

Noctua NF-P12 120mm PC Case Fan Review

February 18, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Currently there are hundreds of PC fan manufacturer’s out there. Some offer little tweaks on the same old ideas; others have broken into a whole new technology of fan motor, and design all together. Just because a fan sports cool LED’s or a UV sensitive coating does not mean it will perform any better then …

SilenX Case Fan Round Up IXtrema Pro Series 120mm and Quiet Fans 120mm Review

February 5, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Computers are becoming a lot more then something to look up your e-mail on, even surfing the web isn’t the only application the PC is being used for anymore. Computers are being used as multimedia machines, HTPC’s (Home Theater PC’s), and much more. Due to the fact that PC’s are starting to become the corner …

Coollaboratory LIQUID Pro Review

February 2, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

In a world with so many different thermal pastes what do you need to stand out and get attention? Why not skip the paste part all together. The Coollaboratory LIQUID Pro does just that, by bypassing the standard paste medium that is so commonly used today, and going straight into a liquid format. That’s right …

Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Compound Review

February 1, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

In the computer enthusiast world, every single degree counts. Most of the major drops in temperature come from your after market coolers and monster case fans. Some resort to water cooling, mineral oil cooling, and even the over the top liquid helium or nitrogen cooling. Some times this isn’t enough, getting the last 2-3 degrees …