The Cooltek Silent Fans come in both 120mm and 140 variants with three different colours to choose from in each size.
On my test bench today, was a low profile CPU Cooler from Noctua, Is it a big boy in disguise or does the performance match the size? Read on to find out.
In my eyes Noctua have been doing things properly for so long its hard to see them taking a bad turn with their products, from the l9i that I love in small form factor computers, to the D15 that provides insane cooling. Now the C14S is a step up from the popular C14 featuring a few changes to the award winning design that the C14 brought to the PC community.
The Cooler Master Hyper TX3i might not be the best in terms of performance, so why has it earned a Gold Award? Find out this and more...
Today on the test bench we have the Noctua Redux range of fans. Will the new colour scheme come at a loss of performance? Or will they still reign supreme?
Another D15 from Noctua? Well, the NH-D15S is designed to offer more support for those with tall RAM heatsinks among other things
Today I have some of the latest fans from Noctua in several different sizes including ULNA, FLX and PWM versions of several fans...
Arctic brings the Liquid Freezer 120 to the table, with two 120mm fans and a massive radiator on a liquid loop how will it do against the big boys?
Today on the test bench we have the Scythe Mugen Max. Featuring a 140mm PWM fan and nickel-plated copper baseplate how will it hold up against the competition?
Today I take a look at the Macho Zero from Thermalright. Being design for semi-passive cooling it will be interesting to see how well it holds up against our previously tested coolers