Cryorig announces dual heatpipe M.2 SSD cooler
Handles up to 12W.
This dual-fan, single-tower cooler has 28 addressable RGB LEDs for you to play with.
Inno3D have taken Nvidia's GTX 275 and combined it with a huge 12" long custom cooler to create its latest iChill graphics card. Does the beast of a cooler lead to an equally beasty performance boost? We ease this footlong monster into our testing rig and find out.
Waterblocks don't date as quickly as other components, but if you upgrade your motherboard or graphics card you may find your trusty old block isn't compatible with your new kit. In this guide we show you how to make a new clamp for an old waterblock so you can use it with new components.
The NH-C12P is a lower profile version of the fantastic NH-U12P from the Austrian company that oozes quality and great performance in its products. We've put it through its paces on LGA775 and Socket AM2+ to see if it can keep up with the strong competition it faces.
IBM is developing a supercomputer in conjunction with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology which will use its innovative watercooling system to keep the building warm.
Gigabyte has taken the GeForce GTS 250 and kitted it out with double the usual memory and an impressive looking quad heatpipe powered custom cooler. We take a look to see if the result is customised perfection or more pimped out Nova.
Antec's update to the P190, the P193 addresses many of the problems of the original, as well as offering a few tweaks of its own. Whether you think its an unsightly eye sore or an innovative bit of eye candy, we find out if the P193 can keep up with the best of them.
Having tested plenty of mini-ITX kit recently, we've been searching for a quality low profile cooler to squeeze inside our HTPCs. We've bagged three miniature coolers to find out if, when it comes to keeping your system cool, does size matter?
Corsair has a new low cost water-cooling system, the H50, and it's better than the Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme.
COMPUTEX 09: Sources at Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers say initial overclocking tests have been somewhat surprising.
Summer is here and the heat is on, but some cases just aren't up to keeping your PC cool when the mercury starts to rise. Today we look at the new Cooler Master HAF 922, a case designed for maximum airflow to keep your hardware happy. Is it up to the task? We find out.
COMPUTEX 09: Akasa's new Nero S is bigger, cooler and wavier than the original.
COMPUTEX 2009: Cooler Master claims to have a budget winner on its hands with the TX3.
COMPUTEX 09: This teeny tiny passively cooled box from ECS features Intel's next generation Atom platform: Pineview.
It doesn't look like the giant mythical wolf of legend which shares its name, but Titan's Fenrir CPU cooler is ferocious in its own way - at cooling CPUs and what's more, it's compatible with LGA775, LGA1366 and Socket AM2+ straight out of the box.
Love the idea of a full fat gaming system in a slim and trim chassis? Then the SilverStone SG05 could be just ticket, with support for the latest line of fully featured Mini-ITX motherboards, including room for a 9" dual slot graphics card. Do good things come in small packages? We find out!
While you could air-cool your Core i7, if you want to achieve a big, stable overclock without damaging your hearing then you might want to consider a water-cooling kit such as the H2O-220 Apex Ultima. We take a look to see how Swiftech's latest water-cooling kit copes with Intel's fastest CPUs.