On test today is a new AIO CPU cooler from Enermax, the Liqtech 120X. With a double thick radiator, is it enough to claim the top spot? Read on...
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.
The Noctua NH-U9 TR4-SP3, NH-U12S TR4-SP3 and the NH-U14S TR4-SP3 all designed for different segments with the usual Noctua beige coloured design, robust Austrian engineering and with performance in mind; both noise and thermal performance!
Today I take a look at the Deepcool Gamer Storm GS120 120mm PWM fans. Offering an overall grey colour scheme and PWM functions how will they hold up against the competition?
I am going to be taking a look at one of their latest coolers which is still dubbed under the Megahalems name. This one in particular comes from the Red Series, read on...
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.
In the test rig today I have three Speedlink MYX RGB LED fans, arriving as a dual fan kit, with an extension fan separate, lets see how they perform.
Today I take a look at the SilverStone NB05 which offers a unique take on laptop cooling which should result in better cooling performance over others.
Today on the test bench is the Shadow Rock Slim from be quiet! Will it be able to hold its own against coolers bigger in size? Or it is a load of hot air? Only one way to find out .......
Cooler Master will be revealing their new MasterFan Pro RGB range at COMPUTEX 2017 today… and I got a sneak peek at them!