Thermaltake SWAFAN EX 12 & 14 RGB PC Fan Review
So, the Thermaltake SWAFAN EX 12 and 14 RGB PC fan kits perform well in the cooling department and have a decent software package designed around them that is simple and easy to use. It’s fair to say that these are some of the nicest looking and brightest RGB fans money can buy.
Thermaltake CT120/CT140 ARGB Sync PC Cooling Fan Pack(s) Review
Thermaltake is well known for their radiator fan kits with the SWANFAN and TOUGHFAN range, and for a short time now I've been saying that they need to complement these with airflow fans that you can use as a case fan. Today they've answered my prayers with the CT120 & CT140 ARGB (and non-ARGB) dual fan kits.
DeepCool LT720 AIO Review
It’s great to see decent thermal performance results from the LT720! It offers good cooling performance out of the box, trading blows with other 360mm AIOs. It looks great with its black aesthetic and comes with three decent FK120 4-pin PWM fans we've seen with other DeepCool coolers.
Deepcool AK620 Zero Dark Review
It's great to see amazing thermal performance results from the AK620 Zero Dark! It offers excellent cooling performance out of the box, topping our charts on all counts! It looks decent enough with a black aesthetic, and comes with two 120mm fans pre-installed out of the box.
Deepcool AK400 Zero Dark Plus Review
Deepcool, and you (more importantly) will be pleased to hear that the AK400 Zero Dark Plus performed really well! It offers decent cooling performance out of the box, looks decent enough, and comes with two 120mm fans pre-installed out of the box. Especially when you factor in our 10700k CPU outputs 205w of heat under full load at 5.0GHz.
Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 12 RGB Review
The build quality is solid, with a strong matt black plastic on the TOUGHFAN 12 that contrasts the LED diffusers perfectly. The LEDs are some of the brightest we’ve ever seen and light up the entire diffuser. They really do look premium installed in the test bench.
Noctua NH-D12L Review
Anyone who has ever heard of Noctua will expect the NH-D12L to perform well and it did! It offers excellent cooling performance out of the box, and is better, as expected, with the second fan attached. It sits firmly between the U12A and the U14S which both have bigger heatsinks.
Arctic Freezer i35 A-RGB Review
The price to performance with the i35 A-RGB is about expected once you factor in the A-RGB included and we struggle to find another £37.99 cooler that can offer the same features. In terms of cooling, we don't recommend it if you plan on anything more than a mild CPU overclock, it's still more than capable of cooling non-K and K Intel CPU SKUs to their max turbo frequencies.
Arctic Freezer i13X Review
The i13X is also a fairly attractive CPU cooler largely thanks to the black fan housing that extends over the top of the heatsink covering the bulk of the fins and copper heatpipes, and with a huge 6-year warranty on offer, thanks to the quality dynamic bearing fan used it's hard to not recommend this to anyone looking for a budget CPU cooler.
Thermaltake SWAFAN 12 & 14 RGB Radiator Fan Kit Review
So, the Thermaltake SWAFAN 14 and 12 kit performs well in the cooling department, has a decent software package designed around them that is simple and easy to use. It’s fair to say that these are some of the nicest looking and brightest RGB LED fans money can buy. Let's not forget that the new flagship product can change the fan blades to control the direction of the airflow. This also has the added benefit of not having to remove the fan at all, the blade is easily removable, which also removes having to potentially remove radiators making life just a little bit easier.