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Expert buying advice on choosing and installing the right cooler for your CPU, graphics card or system

Arctic launches latest Carbon Neutral cooler

Without doubt, one of the biggest problem areas for the environment is the professional segment of the market. It’s a huge consumer of all things elec-tricky. While a regular user might accept a small issue with a system – and wait patiently while repairs etc are effected by the store …

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Cooler Master Eisberg Prestige 240L Review

Today we are going to look at the latest all-in-one CPU water cooler from Cooler Master, the Eisberg Prestige 240L which competes with the latest models from the likes of Corsair and NZXT.  The Eisberg range is targeted specifically at enthusiasts and boasts a number of exciting features that differentiate …

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Reader Review: BeQuiet! Dark Rock 2

Kitguru gives away a lot of hardware every month through various leading partners. We always ask competition winners to share a picture of their prizes with us, and sometimes they do. Reader Aaron Birt took it a stage further however by submitting a review of the BEQUIET! Dark Rock 2 …

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Cooler clear out available at Aria

Whenever there’s a new chip on the horizon, there’s always a mad scramble to launch a brand new set of associated products – even when the new product isn’t much more than a re-badge of the old one. KitGuru sits, spider-like, in the web of online pricing and notices a …

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Phanteks PH-TC12DX CPU Cooler Review

Aiming to stamp its authority in another segment of the CPU cooling market, Phanteks has released a mid-range model in the PH-TC12DX. Does the dual fan PH-TC12DX have what it takes to shine in an overly-cramped market? Utilising four 6mm heatpipes in a U-type arrangement, Phanteks’ dual fan PH-TC12DX CPU cooler targets …

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NZXT Kraken X40 Review

Today we are going to take a look at the Kraken X40, which is one of NZXT’s first attempts at a performance liquid cooler.  It is a similar design to the X60, however it features a smaller 140 mm radiator for those who don’t have room for a 280 mm …

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be quiet! DC1 thermal paste released

be quiet!, market leader for power supplies in Germany for seven years in a row (Source: GfK Panelmarket Germany, sales units internal computer power supplies, December 2012), announced today the availability of the new high performance thermal compound DC1. The new paste is the logical extension of the award-winning cooler …

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NZXT Kraken X60 Review

Today we are going to take a look at the Kraken X60 which is NZXT’s first attempt at a performance liquid cooler.  Over the past few years there have been a number of different companies trying to enter the all-in-one liquid cooling market, following the success of Corsair and Antec. …

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Corsair Hydro H110 Review

Today we are going to look at the Corsair Hydro H110 which is the latest performance CPU cooler in their range, fitting in just above the H100i.  It marks Corsair’s response to the NZXT Kraken X60 which utilises a larger 280 mm radiator than the 240 mm unit associated with …

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Cooler Master Seidon 120M RL-S12M-24PK-R1 AMD support

We just wanted to bring this matter to the attention of our readers. We received a few emails from readers saying they had bought the Cooler Master Seidon 120M cooler and were unable to fit it to their AMD motherboard. Reader Jay Ford said “The CoolerMaster Seidon 120M is not …

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Corsair Hydro H55 CPU Cooler Review

Today we are going to look at one of Corsair’s latest liquid CPU coolers, the H55.  This is an improved version of the existing H50 cooler which is popular with those looking for a high performance cooler at a very reasonable price point.  We look forward to seeing how it …

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Corsair H60 Review (2013 Edition)

Today we are going to take a look at the latest iteration of the Corsair H60 liquid CPU cooler.  This is a slightly revised version of the existing H60, tweaked to improve cooling performance.  The upgrades include an improved CPU block, uprated hoses and a new fan based on the …

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Are cooling fans a thing of the past?

We all use cooling fans, in our laptop’s, desktop computers and even in some peripherals. This constant battle against heat has made the reliance on fan technology ever more prominent. This could change in the future however. Researchers at GE have created a super thin cooling device which they claim …

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Arctic F12 Pro PWM 120mm Fan Review

Today we are going to take a look at one of Arctic’s fans, the F12 Pro PWM. This is a 120mm model which is designed to be ultra quiet. It has a number of interesting features including a unique two-part rubber damped enclosure and PWM fan speed control.

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Sapphire Vapor-X CPU Cooler Review

Renowned for enthusiast-grade graphics cards that push the boundaries of performance, Sapphire is on the hunt for success with the company’s first ever CPU cooler – the Vapor-X. Utilising vapour chamber technology, can Sapphire replicate the success of the critically-acclaimed Vapor-X coolers used on their graphics cards? A direct-contact vapour chamber base should …

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Arctic charm melts PC World buyer’s hearts

There are a lot of things you can do in this world to increase sales. Innovation is key – and the price you decide to charge can also be a big influence – but one thing is clear: The more stores that sell your product, the more chance you have …

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Noctua presents NH-L9 low profile CPU coolers

Noctua today presented its new NH-L9i and NH-L9a low profile CPU coolers for Intel and AMD. At a super-low profile of only 37mm, the NH-L9 coolers are ideal for extremely slim cases and with footprints tailored to the respective socket keep-out zones, they provide full compatibility with tall RAM modules …

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Cooler Master launches T2 and T4 affordable coolers

It always strikes KitGuru as a little funny when a company has one product in its name, but actually spends most of its time selling something completely different. For example, in London, there is a store called Selfridges that only seems to sell a handful of kitchen appliances. Cooler Master …

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