Which is the Best Thermal Paste? - 2015 (Update) 5

Thermal Paste Comparison 2015 – Which is The Best Thermal Paste?

Ever yearned for an updated thermal paste performance comparison? Well after a month of testing, you have come to the right place!

Noctua Fan Lineup Review

Today I have some of the latest fans from Noctua in several different sizes including ULNA, FLX and PWM versions of several fans...

Thermalright SilverArrow IB-E Review

Today on the test bench I have the Thermalright SilverArrow IB-E. Competing for the top spot in the top-of-the-line air cooling range how will it stack up against competitors?
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Cooler Master MasterAir Pro3 & Pro4 Review

Cooler Master have introduced the new MasterAir Series of CPU coolers, promising innovation to meet the needs of casual, gaming, and overclocking purposes
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120R RGB Cooler Review

The Cooler Master Masterliquid ML120R RGB has more addressable RGB than you can shake a stick at. Today we have it on our test bench, and we are….errrmmm…shaking a stick at it!
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ID-COOLING SE 214X CPU Cooler Review

Today I take a look at the ID-COOLING SE 214X which is a cooler geared more towards those of us who are more budget conscious.

Noctua NF-A4x10 NF-A8 and NF-A9 Review

Today I am taking a look at some of the newest editions to the Noctua family by way of their new A4x10, A8 and A9 cooling fans from the NF series.
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Cryorig M9i CPU Cooler Review

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?
Thermalright HR-22 Review

Thermalright HR-22 Review

It's the turn of the Thermalright HR-22 which is a monumentally large CPU cooler, designed for passive use within a PC chassis. Read on to find out how it performs.

Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review

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?