Today we add the Silent Loop 280 to our cooling charts. All other variants in this range have performed well, so we have high hopes for the 280mm version.
Today, we have the latest CPU cooler from the guys over at Raijintek, in the shape of the Leto. How will this budget friendly air cooler fare in our tests?
ID-Cooling has expanded its range of AIO CPU coolers with the launch of the Frostflow+ series. Today we have the pleasure of putting the 280mm variant through its paces.
Today's review for the Kraken G12 from NZXT explores the option for mounting an AIO cooler to your GPU. Read on for my findings after I tested the water.
The bequiet! Shadow Rock TF 2 is the latest cooler from the German company, aimed directly at small form factor builds, where space is at a premium.
Cryorig have taken their high performing H7 cooler, improved its design, and added an RGB light show. The result is the H7 Quad Lumi, and we have tested it!
The Celsius range of AIO coolers from Fractal Design is the successor to the Kelvin, launched in 2014. With new features on offer, how do they compare to the competition?
Introduced in 2016, the Silent Loop range of AIO water coolers were a hit with customers. For 2017, be quiet! have added a 360mm variant to the range.
I’ve seen a number of CPU coolers from Cooler Master lately, in both air and liquid guises. Today we have another, this time it’s the MasterLiquid Pro 280.
Cooler Master will be revealing their new MasterFan Pro RGB range at COMPUTEX 2017 today… and I got a sneak peek at them!