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.
In the wake of Intel's latest CPUs comes a long line of aftermarket coolers offering improved cooling and quieter operation above that of the reference cooler. We put a selection of LGA 1366 coolers to the ultimate test, and see if they've got what it takes to keep even an overclocked Core i7 cool.
The Cooler Master Hyper Z600 brings something a little different to the table with support for totally passive, single and dual fan cooling. Can it still perform without the help of additional airflow and just what has made Harry so happy with it? There's only one way to find out! Why are you still reading this?
Thermaltake's latest CPU cooler is so hot off the production line you can't even buy it yet, and it's stacked to the nines with over 1.5m of copper heatpipe and two monster arrays of copper cooling fins - but how does it compare when faced with the toasty bit-tech testing system? Read on to find out.
Today we look at the Scythe Zipang, a behemoth of a heatsink packing no less than six copper heatpipes, a 139mm fan and dozens of aluminium cooling fins. It certainly looks the business, but can the Zipang deliver where it matters in the bit-tech test rig? We find out.
Cooler Master cracks out a couple of new heatsinks to wade in an sweep existing kings off their feet: First, there's a Freezer Pro 7 contender, the Hyper TX2, and a new alternative to the Noctua NF-U12, the Hyper 212. How do they stack up? We find out.