Thermacore has been granted a contract from the US DARPA to develop air-based cooling technologies for military hardware.
Noctua has not just changed the F to a P when it updated its popular NH-U12 heatsink, as there are other design tweaks from improved materials and elevation, along with a new fan which apparently makes it perform even better. Inevitably, we had to put these claims to the test.
We test two 120mm heatsinks designed for the hardcore enthusiast to determine which one dons the crown in this cooler faceoff. How will the widely praised Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme compare to the Zerotherm Nirvana NV120 on the bit-tech grill? Let's 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.
The cool and wavey design of the Tuniq Tower 120 has been around for a little while now, but at readers request we strapped it to a CPU and tried to burn it to a crisp anyway. We're nice like that.
It's been six years since we've had to suffer the high pitched whines from Gorbs and Blorbs, but now we have two huge new coolers from Thermaltake: the MaxOrb and V1 to make up for past illnesses.
COMPUTEX 2007: ThermalRight has quite possibly won the award for the biggest heatsink at this year's show...
CEBIT 2007: Team Group showed us the fruits of its collaboration with leading heatsink manufacturer, ThermalRight, today - did you ever wonder if your heatspreaders were big enough?