Parent company defaults on loans.
FanlessTech shows off bucket cooler.
Secret sauce an absolutely giant heatsink.
Side panels can cool 65W parts each.
Mini-ITX and NUC cases for the quiet crowd.
We get our hands on Zalman's fanless and silent FX100. Can it handle the heat?
Companies unite for ultra-thin cooling tech.
Half the size, half the power, all the performance.
Vaporisation cooling offers 200W of dissipation.
Double-fan redesign for slim tower cooler.
Sealed-loop cooler destined for CES launch.
Zalman offer up a large air cooler without the large price tag. Can it tame our toasty test rigs?
Zalman often makes good looking coolers, but can the MAX Blue's cooling performance match its looks?
This cooler is great, but only if you've already got a pair of quiet fans to use with it.
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?
CeBIT 2008: The Orochi from Scythe has 10 heatpipes and a 14cm fan and will passively cool your CPU if need be.
COMPUTEX 2007: Zalman makes yet another stunning case, but instead of crazy heatpipes and passive cooling we get integrated watercooling.