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 Themis Evo from Raijintek on the test best. With a very tempting price, how does it hold up against the competition?
Up for testing is the ID-COOLING FrostFlow 240L AIO CPU cooler with its 240mm radiatior which is cooled by 2 x 120mm fans. Is it a worthy addition to your system? Let's find out!
Today I take a look at the Thermalright True Spirit 140 BW Rev.A CPU Cooler which features a thinner than normal fin array. Will this hurt its performance to much to make it a worthy purchase? Come find out...
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.
Brand: Thermaltake Model: Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro Website: http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001962 RRP: £139.99 (At time of the review) Thermaltake are a company who need no introduction, founded in 1999 they...
Today I take a look at the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU cooler. This bad boy features a massive 360mm radiator and it's performance will hopefully match its monstrous size. Come take a look to see how it holds up.
THE ID-COOLING NO-12025 fans come in 5 variants with the biggest difference being the addition of LEDs and of course their colours.
Ever wondered which thermal paste is the best to use? Well we did the hard work for you using our i7 4770k and compared some of the best/most popular.
The Noctua industrialPPC fans are sure to be a crowd pleasure based on their black design but are we compromising our performance for looks?