Many coolers have come and gone this year, but which should have stayed with us and why? This is my round-up of the Top 5 CPU coolers for 2016, but do you agree?
Today I am taking a look at the budget friendly Raijintek Aidos. Coming in at just under £15 will it be able to hold it's own, or will it fail our testing?
Ever yearned for an updated thermal paste performance comparison? Well after a month of testing, you have come to the right place!
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?
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...
The Cryorig M9 mid-sized air cooler is put to the test in our mini-series. With six heatpipes and a 90mm fan is it good enough or are there hidden issues?
Join us in our ThermalTake Riing Duo 12 RGB Fans Review, where we take a look a the fans and see what they can do and how well the RGB works!
At £30, the new Arctic Freezer i32 is butting heads with more established products like the CM Hyper 212 Evo. Can a silent, semi-passive cooler bring anything to the table to beat off such strong competition?
After previously being impressed with 240mm AIO's from ID-COOLING, can the smaller FrostFlow 120 keep up the impressive performance we have come to expect?
Are you looking for a performance cooler that is silent? How does the K2 Mount Doom fare? Read on to find out...