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

Noctua NH C12P SE14 Cooler review

Noctua are one of our favourite companies when it comes to high end cooling and it would be accurate to say that their  NH D14 ‘Austrian Sandwich’ shattered all our preconceptions of just what can be achieved on air. Today we are looking at a model further down their range, …

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Thermaltake Frio review

I admit that I have a slightly unhealthy obsession about coolers and whenever I build a system I spend a lot of time fine tuning to get the lowest possible temperatures, while achieving the maximum possible overclocks. Thankfully in 2010 there are no shortage of high quality heatsinks to choose …

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Thermaltake Contac29 Cooler Review

We know KitGuru readers love good coolers – our review of the Noctua Austrian Sandwich (NH D14) has been read by over 60,000 people in the last three weeks. That said, we also know that a substantial portion of that readership couldn’t afford to pay almost £70 for pride of …

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Zalman CNPS9900 Max – does anyone remember Zalman?

A decade back, as AMD finally started to crawl out of the shadow of Intel’s persistent domination of the desktop CPU space, KitGurus in long shorts with patches on their elbows started to experiment with this amazing concept called overclocking. Back in the day, a highly-sharpened HB was perfect for …

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Overclocking team hit 5.4ghz with Noctua’s NH-D14

Regular readers of KitGuru will already be aware how highly we rate the ND-D14 ‘Austrian Sandwich’ cooler from Noctua. We managed to hit 4.8ghz with both 655k and a 875k processors from Intel. We actually managed to get the 655k booting at 5ghz although stability wasn’t gained. Latest news in …

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Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

Our favourite cooling company Noctua have been showcasing some upcoming products at Computex in Taipei and we have a little gallery of images to show you this morning. For those of you who don’t know, KitGuru recently hit 4.8ghz on air with a Core i7 875k with their monster Austrian …

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Coolit launch new ECO 240 ALC – dual processor

After the launch of their successful ECO for single CPU systems, Coolit have followed up with the dual CPU version for workstations and server platforms. “Our aim is to offer a wide variety of configurations to satisfy a vast amount of individual cooling requirements across many IT platforms whilst maintaining …

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Intel set to put cooler makers out of business?

6he launch of Intel’s super-over-clocking 675 and 875 processors means increased performance. Super-charging your chips will mean you need one important thing, more juice. But that juice brings its own problems. Intel solution will send ripples through the cooler industry. Everyone knows that the stock (standard) cooler that ships in …

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Coolit ECO A.L.C. Review

A few years ago Coolit released the Domino cooler which at the time redefined liquid cooling for the ‘masses’ – bringing it out of the basement of hardcore enthusiast users and firmly into the mainstream market. Everyone wanted a Domino, they were affordable, well built (although not without some issues …

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Drop your laptop CPU temperature by 10 degrees

KitGuru can’t count the times we’ve toasted our collective groins with a laptop running full pelt for too long. Now Cindy from Evercool has a solution to excessive heat build up in this area – and it is ‘Fit’. Evercool’s Fit is a special CPU cooler designed for laptops. It is …

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