Corsair launches ML120, ML140 RGB Pro fan kits
Shiny bling for your cooling.
Alex tours Paris Games Week, the builds on show, and the LDLC Modding Trophy.
Includes 0dB Silent profile, too.
Nine sensors, asynchronous fans.
No software required for configuration.
Links lighting to compatible GPUs.
Shiny lights, hefty price.
Fans enabled only over 40 percent PWM.
Just prove you need one.
Uses patented automotive tech.
No launch date or price, though.
The budget-friendly Hyper 212 LED cooler pairs a popular design with a red LED fan for £30.
Laptop, motherboard and graphics card manufacturer MSI now does CPU coolers.
Bundles lighting controller, too.
Promises quieter running, better cooling.
NZXT has introduced a 240mm radiator all-in-one liquid cooler to the Kraken family.
Clearer, smoother, more flexible, it claims.
This air cooler uses thermoelectrics, not size, to achieve its cooling potential. Does it work?
Arctic's dinky i32 costs £30 but offers decent cooling and a passive fan mode.
This new entry-level AIO cooler from Cooler Master costs just £45, but does have its limitations.
Includes 'Air-Breaker Mat.'
Includes custom EKWB block.
We chat with Arctic CEO, Magnus Huber, about the past, present and future of the company.
Arctic takes shot at the big AIO players with this sub-£50 push-pull 120mm radiator model.
Part of the Kryographics range.
Full-cover water blocks for Nvidia's Pascal-powered Titan X will soon be available from EK Water Blocks.
Cooler Master's new AIO series has launched, and we've got the 240mm model for review.
Promises quieter, longer-lasting fans.
Boasts improved RAM compatibility.
For our final day at Computex, we returned to Nangang to see Asus, Cooler Master and more
Day 2 of Computex was spent at the Hyatt hotel, where there were plenty more goodies on show
3D printed case, pumpless AIO coolers and plenty more on show during day 1 of Computex