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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Laptop, motherboard and graphics card manufacturer MSI now does CPU coolers.
Arctic's dinky i32 costs £30 but offers decent cooling and a passive fan mode.
£22 with compact dimensions plus a quiet fan, the Gaia II should be on budget build shortlists
Raijintek's large cooler costs upwards of £60 so how does it fare against the competition?
Corsair's new flagship all-in-one liquid cooler is a beast
Xigmatek's Loki II costs just £17 but can it cope with an overclocked CPU?
Be Quiet's giant flagship cooler gets put through our toasty benchmarks
Noctua aims at high-end liquid coolers with its new and rather hefty NH-D15
Antec's super-cheap liquid cooler takes big air coolers head-on
If noise reduction is just as important as cooling, you might find Noctua's NH-U12S interesting
With a thick radiator and updated pump design, is the refreshed Kühler range still up to scratch?
Phanteks' last cooler went down a storm. Can it do the same with the smaller PH-TC12DX?
We've updated our cooler test rigs and retested a handful of coolers too.
With its giant PH-TC14PE picking up an award, Phanteks is back with a low profile cooler
We take a look at Phanteks' racy-looking 140mm CPU heatsink
Be Quiet has launched a new range of coolers. We take a look at the biggest.
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October 14 2021 | 15:04
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