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Numerous ReLive upgrades, in-game overlay, and new mobile app.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Retains predecessors' semi-passive mode.
Fera 3, Spartan 3 LT, and Spartan 3 Pro.
Suitable for even the slimmest smartphone.
Borrows tricks from its bigger brothers.
Seven heatpipes, three fans - it's a beast.
Vaporisation cooling offers 200W of dissipation.
Double-fan redesign for slim tower cooler.
A cooler that in no way justifies its asking price in terms of design or cooling ability.
Compact and easy to install, but there are better and cheaper alternatives.
Compact and easy to install, but only offers average cooling.
The first Be Quiet! cooler that we've seen impresses in more ways than one
Zalman often makes good looking coolers, but can the MAX Blue's cooling performance match its looks?
The Matterhorn certainly looks the part, but can it match the Frio's pure cooling abilities?
Swiftech re-enters the air-cooling market with its Polaris 120 CPU cooler.
It's big, it's green but can it topple the mighty Frio?
Could turkey, fir trees and rubbish telly be joined by overclocking this Christmas? That's certainly what Titan is hoping for with its updated xmas edition of the superb Fenrir CPU cooler, rebadged for the festive season. Seriously.
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.
Thermacore has been granted a contract from the US DARPA to develop air-based cooling technologies for military hardware.
Sometimes, things seem like such a good idea - like the HFX Mini HTPC case (and kit). But are they? Resident modder Robin Paijmans gives his first-hand account of whether this case is dream or disaster.
CeBIT 2008: DFI shows off its X48 board that features a new, hardcore cooling system created in collaboration with Thermalright!
MSI's P35 Diamond features the same CircuPipe cooling system as the P35 Platinum, but comes with a few added features like a PCI-Express X-Fi, a SkyTel Skype card and DDR3 memory. Do these ingredients create a better board than the Platinum?
The MSI X38 Diamond is arriving next month will have tons of features in its flagship product, including a revised liquid Circu-Pipe heatpipe arrangement.
MSI adds a new Intel P35 motherboard to its line up with the P35 Platinum. Among other modern technologies we all know heatpipes are great, but this time, they're circular.
COMPUTEX 2007: DFI is due to revamp it's LANParty range, and the northbridge is just the start of the impending craziness.
COMPUTEX 2007: ThermalRight has quite possibly won the award for the biggest heatsink at this year's show...
CPU Heatsinks are getting bigger and bigger and the Cooler Master GeminII is no exception. With two 120mm fans this thing will cool your entire system, and probably vacuum the carpet as well.
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...
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?
The first Asus Republic of Gamers board is known as Crosshair and it's based on NVIDIA's nForce 590 SLI chipset for socket AM2 Athlon 64's. Does it aim to strike in the right areas, or will it be fragged into oblivion? Read on for the low down...
Scientists have made water roll uphill, leading to the possibility of an entirely pump-less watercooling system. Could watercooling soon replace heatpipes in laptops?
Zalman open up a can of Shhh with three new products: CNPS9500-AT CPU cooler; VF900-Cu graphics cooler; and ZM460-APS Power Supply. Will they stun us into silence too?
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.
We have exclusive exclusive reviews of new coolers from Asetek and Zalman. From Asetek we have the new Microchill, and from Zalman we have the CNPS9500 LED. How do these big names rack up against each other on Socket 939? We find out.
With more power per cubic metre than a nuclear bomb, the Shuttle SLI combines an Athlon 64 and two NVIDIA 6800 GT graphics cards in SLI to form one of the most powerful SFF systems anywhere. We test it, rip it apart, photograph the insides then stick a pair of 7800 GT cards in just for fun.
Graphics giant ASUS have unveiled their newest zero-noise graphics cooling solution, dubbed SilentCool Technology, featuring a rotatable, heatpipe-fed copper radiator.
Looking for a completely silent gaming system? Need a video card? How much memory do you need on a high-end video card these days? We have a look at GECUBE's Radeon X800 XL 512MB SilentCool Edition and investigate whether 'more is better'. Find out inside...
The Bravo is an X700 from PowerColor that sports a passive cooler and some souped-up clocks. Can it compete with with a 6600?
ASUS have shown us a fully-loaded SLI motherboard with silent Northbridge cooling: the A8N SLI Premium
ABIT have revealed a trio of Socket 939 motherboards featuring the zero-noise Northbridge cooling solution. The AN8 v2.0, AN8 Ultra and AN8 SLI are all based around NVIDIA's nForce 4 family of chipsets sporting (not surprisingly) NF4, NF4 Ultra and NF4 SLI Northbridges respectively.