Archive for the ‘Cooling’ Category
4 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on July 12, 2016 under Cooling
This week, Cooler Master is revamping its range of liquid coolers, fans and even thermal paste with the new MasterLiquid, MasterFan and MasterGel series of products. Later this month, the company will... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Dominic Moass on July 8, 2016 under Component, Cooling, Highlights 2, Reviews
Following on from our round-up of SilentiumPC air coolers - which you can read HERE - we decided to take the next logical step and... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Dominic Moass on June 30, 2016 under Component, Cooling, Highlights 2, Reviews
For this review today, SilentiumPC sent us 6 different air coolers from their product catalogue. We decided to put them head-to-head and see which cooler comes out on top in regards to performance and... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on June 6, 2016 under Cases, Computex, Cooling
Antec made an appearance at this year's Computex last week, but while it talked up cases of the future, the actual hardware it had on show was mostly coolers. They might have been big and red, but it'... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on March 8, 2016 under Cases, Cooling, CPU, Highlights
Corsair H5 SF is an All-In-One (AIO) liquid cooler that was developed for the small form factor Bulldog chassis and has now been released as a separate component aimed at the home PC builder. In a con... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on February 2, 2016 under Cooling
This month, Antec launched two new brand new all-in-one liquid cooling units, the Kühler H2O H600 PRO and H1200 PRO, offering improved performance and a durable design to boot. New components include... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on January 13, 2016 under Cooling
A while back, EK Water Blocks (EKWB) launched its first All-In-One preassembled CPU liquid cooling units in the form of the EK-XLC Predator 240 and Predator 360. Unfortunately, a problem with these u... more.
11 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on January 7, 2016 under Cooling
For years now, PC builders have had to deal with a noisy stock CPU cooler at one point or another, whether it be from Intel or AMD. However, things could improve this year as AMD has demoed its newly ... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on December 10, 2015 under Component, Cooling, Highlights V
In this round-up we are looking at seven air coolers that will work with pretty much any CPU. As you will see in our photos and video the coolers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and the prices ... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on December 7, 2015 under Cooling, Mobile
It is getting to the point where smartphone chips are getting so powerful, that they simply can't stay as cool as they used to at all times. Qualcomm knows this issue all too well, with wide reports o... more.
16 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on December 3, 2015 under Cooling
We often see Corsair's line of all-in-one liquid coolers used in PC builds these days, and while you can cram one in to a Mini-ITX case, it isn't always the ideal or easiest solution. However, Corsair... more.
5 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on November 25, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights
You might be surprised by the news that EKWB has entered the All In One liquid cooling market with the Predator 240 and Predator 360 systems. After all, EKWB (Edvard Konig Water Blocks) is a specialis... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on November 9, 2015 under Cooling, Graphics
Custom watercooling can be a daunting task, especially to those new to PC building, which is why all-in-one liquid cooling units have rapidly grown in popularity over the last couple of years. Now, ea... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on November 5, 2015 under Cooling, CPU
It is not unusual for us to see those in the PC market begin to diversify. Today, Lian Li, normally known for its PC cases, has announced its first step in to the custom watercooling arena with its ow... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on October 30, 2015 under Cooling, Graphics
Many of you will remember that back when AMD launched the R9 200 series, the flagship R9 290 and R9 290x had a bit of a heat issue thanks to the hot running chips and lacklustre blower-style cooling. ... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on October 13, 2015 under Cooling, SSD Drives
PCIe SSDs offer plenty of advantages in terms of speed and storage over traditional SATA offerings. However, they can look a little out-of-place if you've spent a lot of time and effort in to a custom... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matthew Wilson on October 9, 2015 under Cooling, CPU
CPU watercooling has become fairly simple over the years, these days you don't even need to throw together a custom loop, as we have plenty of decent all-in-one units around. So what's the next step? ... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Leo Waldock on October 7, 2015 under Cooling, Highlights V
Deepcool is trying something different with its range of GamerStorm Captain All in One liquid coolers. The sizes are conventional (120mm, 240mm and 360mm) however the styling is quite distinct from th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on September 17, 2015 under APU, Bundles, Cooling, CPU, Memory, Motherboard, SSD Drives
Overclockers UK has unveiled its new “Elite Tier Skylake” “8Pack Approved” hardware bundle that not only lets to build a high-end system at a discount price, but also includes Intel Core i7-67... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Anton Shilov on September 11, 2015 under Cooling, Graphics
AquaComputer, a leading maker of components for custom liquid-cooling solutions, on Friday introduced its full-cover water-block for AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics cards, thus making high-performance liq... more.
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.
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