Archive for the ‘Cooling’ Category
1 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on August 26, 2015 under APU, Cooling, CPU
Deepcool, a well-known producer of high-end coolers and computer cases, on Tuesday introduced its new-generation Gamer Storm Lucifer K2 cooler, which supports all microprocessors available today, incl... more.
18 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on August 15, 2015 under Cooling
Intel Corp. has decided not to bundle a cooler with its latest Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K microprocessors with unlocked multiplier for enthusiasts, but this does not mean that the company decided... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on August 5, 2015 under Cooling, Motherboard
MicroStar International will provide a free closed-loop liquid cooler from Cooler Master to the first buyers of their MSI Z170A Gaming M7 mainboards. The offer is limited, hence early adopters will ne... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Andrzej on August 4, 2015 under Cases, Competitions, Cooling, Power Supplies
Silverstone has produced some of the most gorgeous brushed metal chassis in the history of PC building. Today, KitGuru has an exclusive competition to win a Milo ML06-E mini ITX chassis, 450w SFX 80Pl... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Andrzej on June 17, 2015 under Cooling, Interviews
The Arctic Freezer series is arguably the most famous 'first cooler' in the market. Over the past 14 years, the company has maintained focus on low noise, low cost and low temperatures. More recently,... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on June 11, 2015 under Computex, Cooling
This year, Noctua is concentrating on refining its existing line up of excellent fans and CPU air coolers. At Computex last week, the company showed off its new 120mm A series fan, which uses a new bl... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 9, 2015 under Computex, Cooling
Lian Li has been recognized for years as a maker of elegant PC cases. In fact, Lian Li’s cases have earned multiple design awards from different web-sites and professional organizations. But Lian Li... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on June 9, 2015 under Cases, Computex, Cooling
Phanteks are another company we bumped into during Computex and it was a good thing too, as it had a lot to talk about. It was showing off a lot of new cases at the show, as well as a table full of di... more.
7 CommentsPosted by faith on June 7, 2015 under Cases, Computex, Cooling, Interviews
At Computex 2015, KitGuru managed to catch up with Thermaltake CEO Kenny Lin. After a hiatus from product design, Kenny became very much more hands and a wave of new designs began to flow last year - ... more.
14 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on June 4, 2015 under Cases, Cooling, Highlights V
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery then it is clear that Thermaltake thinks highly of the Fractal Design Define R5. The new Thermaltake Suppressor F51 doesn't so much pay a nod to the R5 a... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on June 2, 2015 under Computex, Cooling
Be quiet’s Silent Wings series case fans have deserved reputation of one of the best fans available in the market. Thanks to impressive design, great airflow-to-noise ratio and high reliability, the... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on May 28, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights
We have been waiting since March for the be quiet! Dark Rock TF CPU cooler and now the day has finally arrived. Other members of the Dark Rock family use a vertical box cooler design however the Dark ... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on May 19, 2015 under Cases, Cooling, Highlights
The NZXT formula for creating the Noctis 450 appears to be quite straightforward. Take the impressive H440 (which was built primarily for low noise), enhance the LED lighting with the Under Glow strip... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on May 15, 2015 under Cases, Cooling, Highlights
Fractal Design has taken an innovative approach with the Define S. This ATX case bears a strong resemblance to the Define R5 but when you take a look inside you find … nothing. It is almost entirely... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Colin Beatty on April 6, 2015 under Cases, Cooling, Highlights V
When Cooler Master first got the idea to use noise-reduction material inside a chassis, more than 7 years ago, it unfortunately went with the name Sileo. Changing the brand to Silencio was a smart mo... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on April 6, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights 2
Today we are going to take a look at another of the latest all-in-one water cooling units from Corsair, the Hydro H80i GT. This model has been designed to improve on the existing H80i which has found... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Allan 'Zardon' Campbell on April 3, 2015 under Channel, Cooling, CPU, Highlights 2
Where is Intel Broadwell? Hardware Editors Leo Waldock and Luke Hill discuss Broadwell which is due to be replaced by Skylake in a few months' time. The snag is that Intel hasn't yet released the lapt... more.
12 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on April 1, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights 2
Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest all-in-one water cooling units from Corsair, the Hydro H100i GTX. This model has been designed to build on the success of the existing Corsair H1... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on March 26, 2015 under Cases, Cooling, Gaming Rig, General Purpose PC, PC
Caseking UK, a major distributor of various computer components, on Thursday said that it had been made the official distributor of Phanteks, a renowned maker of computer cases and accessories, in the... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on March 14, 2015 under Cooling
Fujitsu Laboratories this week said that it had developed ultra-thin loop heat-pipe technology that could be used inside ultra-mobile electronics, such as smartphones or tablets. Fujitsu expects the n... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on February 10, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights V
Corsair is bringing out three new All In One liquid cooling systems. H80i GT (120mm radiator and two fans in push/pull) and H100i GTX (240mm radiator with two fans) occupy slots towards the upper reac... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on February 9, 2015 under Cooling
Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest coolers from Thermalright, the Silver Arrow IB-E. This is a sizable dual-tower air cooler which goes up against the best models from the likes of... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on January 21, 2015 under Cooling
Koolance, a leading maker of advanced custom liquid cooling solutions, has introduced EXC-450, an ultra-compact recirculating liquid chiller, which is designed to enable extreme overclocking. While th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on January 9, 2015 under Cooling
be quiet! came to the Consumer Electronics Show prepared this year, with two brand new CPU coolers to show off- the Shadow Rock LP and the Dark Rock TF. The brand new Shadow Rock LP comes in at only 7... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on January 6, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights 2
Today we are going to take a look at one of the first ever liquid CPU coolers from Fractal Design - the Kelvin S36. This particular model sits at the top of their range and is designed for those who a... more.
30 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on January 3, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights V
Today we are going to take a look at an interesting water cooling product - the Raijintek Triton, an 'all in one' CPU cooler. The Triton has been designed to be user upgradable ... in fact Raijintek t... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on December 31, 2014 under Cooling, Graphics, Highlights
Today we are going to take a look at the first GPU cooler from Raijintek, the Morpheus. This is a high end model which has been designed to compete with the best coolers on the market from the likes o... more.
5 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on December 18, 2014 under Cooling, CPU, Highlights
One of the hottest topics of debate among KitGuru readers is the correct approach to installing a CPU cooler We took a test system consisting of a 3.9GHz Core i7-4770K CPU (stock clock speed),... more.
17 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on December 12, 2014 under Cooling
CoolChip Technologies, a startup from Massachusetts, promises a breakthrough in computer cooling by reinventing the way modern cooling systems work. While the tech itself seems to be simple enough and... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on December 9, 2014 under Cooling
There are two routes you can go down with watercooling: all in one, or DIY. The latter has more customisation, but unless you're experienced, there's a higher chance of faults and leaks. What if you c... more.
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