Thermaltake launches RGB Sync Controller hub
Ties in with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI software.
Ties in with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI software.
Custom Vega is finally, finally here. Can Sapphire deliver the goods with its monstrous Nitro+ card?
Hello Neighbor's fantastic premise is let down by shoddy execution.
Cooling and bling for your high-speed storage.
Builds on the original TopFlow.
Fans enabled only over 40 percent PWM.
Just prove you need one.
Free thermal pads, new fan profile.
Fera 3, Spartan 3 LT, and Spartan 3 Pro.
LGA115x kit for 2005+ models.
Specially-binned modules bundled with fans.
Special coating a secret sauce.
Big cooler for high-TDP applications.
Answer one simple question to be in with a chance of winning PSUs, CPU coolers and fans.
US arm shuts, fans world-wide panic.
Double-fan redesign for slim tower cooler.
KFA²'s top end GTX 560 boasts a monster overclock, but can it really beat a GTX 570 1.3GB?
Antec's new CPU cooler targets the high-end air cooling market.
A cooler that in no way justifies its asking price in terms of design or cooling ability.
Compact and easy to install, but there are better and cheaper alternatives.
Compact and easy to install, but only offers average cooling.
The first Be Quiet! cooler that we've seen impresses in more ways than one
Zalman often makes good looking coolers, but can the MAX Blue's cooling performance match its looks?
The Matterhorn certainly looks the part, but can it match the Frio's pure cooling abilities?
We attempt to break this triple-slot behemoth to see what's under the new DirectCU II cooler
We get some hands-on time with Thermaltake's latest high-performance CPU cooler, the FrioOCK.
The GTX 580 is the fastest GPU out there, but what happens if we push it even further?
A TEC CPU cooler, battery explosion prevention and light bulb remover: it's Taipei's Invention Show.
The follow up to the Akasa Nero, the Nero S fancies itself as a premium cooler ready to take on the best. With four fat direct-contact heatpipes and a nifty S-blade fan it certainly looks up to the task. We see if it'll triumph or go up in flames in the bit-tech thermal test rigs.
Wolvie makes us a classic case mod featuring the Cooler Master ATCS 840 along with some blue angular inspiration to complement a lot of killer hardware.
They might take our lives, but they will never take our Freedom Tower! Well, we'd rather they didn't take either, truth be told - we're rather fond of our lives, and also of this excellent and well priced cooler. Read on to see why (and we promise no more Braveheart references).
We recently discovered our LGA1366 heatsink testing hardware has developed some technical faults, so we've built a new rig and re-tested both the GELID Tranquillo and Thermalright Venomous-X. See inside for more details.
We take a look at the X120TF, a weighty copper heatsink and no fan from Korean newcomers CoolAge. It uses an interesting new honeycomb design for its heatsink fins - but unfortunately, it doesn't seem set to displace our current favourite coolers.
The long awaited follow-up to the legendary Thermalright TRUE heatsink has finally arrived. With six copper heatpipes, redesigned cooling fins a new mounting bracket we put this new high-end up against the Ultra 120 eXtreme and the Titan Fenrir - but the results were a genuine surprise.
One stack of cooling fins not enough for that miniature sun you call a CPU? Then meet the double-sized Noctua NH-D14, sporting two stacks of cooling fins, six copper heatpipes and two separate cooling fans. Could it be the coolest cooler ever? We find out.
We've let Richard's 7 year old inner child out again and the little monster has taken apart a very expensive piece of equipment: the ATI Radeon HD 5970. What's inside? We've plenty of pics to satisfy any curiosity!
MSI has applied its lightning technology to the GTX275. We've put it through its paces to see if it can add more pizazz to the equation than the MSI NGTX260 we looked at in July.
We've tested five coolers that are not only on sale now, but are also ready to fit Intel's forthcoming LGA1156 Lynnfield CPUs. Get ready for Lynnfield by bagging your LGA1156-compatible cooler before the rush. Read on to find out which can handle a big overclock the best.
Corsair has achieved the holy grail and made a low cost liquid cooler, the Hydro H50, that actually does what it should: it provides very good cooling for your CPU, it doesn't sound like a hurricane and isn't ridiculously expensive. Does this spell the end of air cooling as we know it?