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Corsair Hydro Series H55 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 28-01-2013 [ 0 comment(s) ]

We are back taking a look at the Hydro Series; this time the new lower-end liquid CPU cooler, H55. Will it impress or fall by the wayside?

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SilverStone HE02 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 09-01-2013 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The 2nd installment to the Heligon Series is here; the HE02 CPU Cooler plans to strike a balance between silence and performance. Can this passive cooler climb to victory?

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be quiet! Shadow Rock TopFlow Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 05-01-2013 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Can the top-down CPU cooler SR TopFlow handle the heat of Intel's Sandy Bridge-E? It's time to find out if this be quiet! cooler is up to the task.

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Fractal Design Adjust 108 Review

Posted by: Tim Harmer on: 09-12-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

How much class and substance can a 5.25" bay six channel fan controller with brushed aluminium bezel - from the creators of the Define R2 no less - have?

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XSPC RayStorm 750 RS360 Kit Review

Posted by: Richard Weatherstone on: 09-12-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Building your own watercooling setup can be a daunting task. XSPC have made it easy with everything you need in one box; RayStorm 750 RS360 Kit.

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Corsair Hydro Series H100i Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 20-11-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Equipped with Corsair Link, high-RPM SP120 based cooling fans and a new design, can H100i liquid CPU cooler offer much advantage over its predecessor?

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Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 06-11-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Under the spotlight is one of Thermaltake's new all-in-one closed loop, liquid coolers named WATER 2.0 Pro. Can it handle Intel Sandy Bridge-E?

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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 29-10-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Dark Rock CPU Cooler Series sees its 2nd addition - we review Dark Rock Pro 2 and see how it fares with Intel's Sandy Bridge-E.

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Tagged as: Be Quiet

SilverStone HE01 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 17-10-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Can the first of SilverStone's Heligon Series SST-HE01 with its dual-radiator design offer up itself as a superior CPU cooler for Intel Sandybridge-E?

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Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 12-10-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Thermalright are back with their SilverArrow SB-E Extreme CPU Cooler - featuring eight heatpipes and dual TY-143 cooling fans.

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Alpenföhn Gotthard Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 09-10-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

A top-flow CPU cooler with six copper heatpipes and a single 140mm Wing Boost cooling fan. Can Gotthard cope with Intel Sandy Bridge-E? It's time to find out!

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Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 05-10-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Designed specifically for Intel LGA2011 and Sandy Bridge-E we take a look at the NH-D14 to see how this notorious CPU cooler can handle the enthusiast platform.

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Phanteks PH-TC14PE 140mm Review

Posted by: Ed Hume on: 10-08-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Phanteks is justly famous for its PH-TC14PE, a large tandem tower heatsink that has become the top-cooling heatsink. How will it compare to a large field of fans?

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The Ultimate Cooling Fan Grouptest 2012 Review

Posted by: Ed Hume on: 31-07-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

We test a total of 60 fans in 71 variations- 120mm and 140mm. Which cooling fan will rise to the top and take the crown?

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Alpenföhn Matterhorn Pure Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 08-06-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Offering quality and performance at an outrageously affordable price, the Alpenföhn Matterhorn Pure CPU Cooler drops the frills leaving Pure performance.

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Phanteks PH-TC14CS CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 22-04-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Phanteks are following Noctua’s footsteps and looking to dethrone the almighty top down NH-C14 CPU Cooler. Does their new PH-TC14CS have what it takes?

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ARCTIC Freezer Extreme Rev. 2 CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 07-04-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The champion of budget coolers is back, this time to tackle the most demanding of CPUs. Let’s see what the Freezer Extreme Rev. 2 has to offer.

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Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 25-02-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Today, we have another member of Cooler Master’s Hyper family of CPU Coolers, the TX3. Let’s find out how much punch this tiny cooler can really pack.

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 14-02-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

A new iteration of Cooler Master’s notorious Hyper 212 is here with us. Will it be the evolution its name implies?

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Alpenföhn K2 CPU Cooler Revisited

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 04-02-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Alpenföhn have sent us a second sample of the K2 to prove to us that their flagship cooler is even better than we originally found.

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Noctua NF-F12 PWM Fan Review

Posted by: James Clewer on: 25-01-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Noctua's new fan is on the test bench, featuring their new focus flow frame technology will the NF-F12 offer better performance than other Noctua cooling fans?

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Zero Infinity Free Flow+ CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 23-01-2012 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The New Year marks an auspicious start for most. The question is whether it will greet the newly emerging Zero Infinity brand with open hands.

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Enermax ETS-T40-TA CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 29-12-2011 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Enermax are looking to take on the CPU Cooling market by storm. Do they have what it takes to be successful against the vast array of established manufacturers?

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Alpenföhn Himalaya CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 12-12-2011 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Alpenföhn have yet another cooler to offer with intent to complete their line-up. Can it compete against its closest rival; the Thermalright Archon?

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Tagged as: Alpenföhn, EKL

Alpenföhn K2 CPU Cooler Review

Posted by: Sahil Mannick on: 30-11-2011 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Alpenföhn have sent us their new monstrous looking twin-tower K2 cooler to review. Will their efforts claim them the top spot on our charts?

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