First image snapped ahead of launch.
Today we take a look at the Zalman ZMachine LQ1000 , an ultra premium case with in-built water-cooling boasting high end performance, but with a high price to match. Does the LQ1000 float our boat, or is it just a wet weekend? We don the bit-tech scuba gear and find out!
bit-tech has obtained some exclusive photos of MSI's new "HydroGen" waterblock that is due to arrive in a limited edition with its next generation Intel X48 motherboard.
Zalman reinvents the fan controller - transforming it from something boring and unappealing into a sleek, multifunctional panel with a cool looking LCD display. But what if it's all bling and no follow through?
Everyone loves a bit of watercooling, and the original Zalman Reserator was a popular hit, so what does the updated Reserator XT add to the equation? Is it worth the hassle or do you just want to buy it so you can stroke it all day?
We preview the BlastFlow Siberian which is not your usual waterblock, this one has a Modular design that lets you upgrade cheaply and quickly on any GPU. Not only that but it performs better than the competition too!
It's been a long time in the making, but we're finally getting wet and wild here at bit-tech.net. And we're starting off with a basic primer on water cooling - so if you don't know your ΔT from your ID, it's time to put your plumber's hat on and join us.
Microsoft is finally addressing cooling issues for the 360, by sneakily adding a heatsink to the interior.
We round up a selection of heatsinks that will set you back around £30-40. The current platform of choice is Core 2, so we've tested them all in an LGA775 motherboard. However, most will also work on AM2 boards too. Let's find out what's on offer...
Zalman has added an 'almost low profile' HTPC case to its product range called the HD135. We find out if size really does matter.
Zalman join the HTPC revolution with their HD160 enclosure. We take a look to see if they have what it takes to retain their everlasting promise of silence.
Are fans the bane of your life? The Zalman TNN 300 brings the promise of a Totally No Noise HTPC through heavy use of heatpipes. Can this black, aluminium beast justify its high price? We asked Rob Young to find out.