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Cooltek's Antiphon claims to be silent but costs just £60 - too good to be true? We find out.
Can NZXT's new low-noise midi tower usurp the Fractal R3 as the best low-noise case?
The first Be Quiet! cooler that we've seen impresses in more ways than one
We loved Fractal's Define R3 case but will the super-sized XL version be a class act?
The update to the Define R2 is officially our favourite quiet case, read on to see why!
This dual-channel fan controller can keep your PC cool and quiet via temperature-controlled magic!
Seasonic's new version of its highly efficient X-Series PSU does away with the fan altogether.
Five heatpipes and two fans Twin Frozr II cooler to tame GeForce GTX 465
Inspired by the classic Zenith radios of the 1920s and 1930s, featuring a strong Art Deco style, this scratch built mod reaches the heights of the modding masters, thanks to integrated watercooling and parts from a classic radio to complete the design.
The unending drone of your CPU cooler driving you mad? Then perhaps the Gelid Tranquillo can help. With an ultra low-noise PWM fan, but still packing four copper heatpipes and a big stack of cooling fins, check out this terrific low-noise HSF.
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.
We take a gander behind the technology that powers Seasonic's latest 80Plus Gold, fully modular power supplies: the X-Series. We strip apart what's inside to find the details.
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.
Stealth Computer has launched a fanless mini-desktop capable of full-HD playback via DVI or HDMI - but the silent design comes with a hefty price tag.
Lian Li is famed for its high quality cases but not yet for its PSUs - is that about to change? Will the company instil the same level of design and build quality into powering a PC like it does housing one? We jacked up the voltage to find out.
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?
OCZ's latest PSU has a PC Power & Cooling core and a pretty decent price to boot. Will this quiet, all black non-modular power supply become our new favourite? We stressed it to its limits to find out.
OCZ is back to settle the score with the Vendetta 2 heatsink. With a larger low noise 120mm fan, and even more cooling fins, it promises to improve on the original Vendetta and then some! We strap it into the bit-tech test rig and find out if the Vendetta 2 can settle its feud with the competition.
We test the modular, rubber lipped Cooler Master Silent Pro 700W power supply to its limits to see if it really is silent and professional. More importantly, is it worth your money? Let's find out.
Gigabyte re-enters the after market CPU cooler race with the G-Power 2 Pro heatsink. Promising silent operation combined with high thermal performance, can the G-Power deliver more than a bucket load of chrome? Read on to find out!
We've all heard of green PCs - but what about a green case? Claiming excellent noise reduction and an innovative thermal management system, the Silentium T2 Eco 80 is a case which seems to have it all - but appearances can be deceiving...
Are you looking for the ultimate home theatre case? Well, look no further because Zalman has sent it to us - we have a look at the HD160XT Plus, a 100 percent aluminium design with looks to die for. It even has a 7" touch screen to tie it all off. Excessive? Awesome? Costly? We find out.
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...
Ultra X3s are shiny, totally modular and ooze coolness factor. We take a look at the mainstream 600W and enthusiast 1,000W models to see if the insides are as good as the outsides.
The Gigabyte Odin GT is not just another 800W PSU with a blue fan - it has software control, thermal probes and fan monitoring built in. They're all good features, but is the unit itself good enough to make you buy one?
After a promising start, Zotac is back with its first market differentiator - the ZONE series. This is a series of silently-cooled mid-range and entry level graphics cards designed for home theatre PCs. Join us as we enter the ZONE with an 8600 GT...
Is your PC too noisy? Tried everything from low noise fans to silent PSUs and quiet hard drives and it's still not good enough? How about a foam kit to cover the inside of your case as well!
The Revoltec Rhodium may not be the most nicely named case in recent memory, but it certainly looks sleek enough to please. Check out our comprehensive review to see how Revoltec's latest offering holds up in our battery of tests.
COMPUTEX 2007: Zalman makes yet another stunning case, but instead of crazy heatpipes and passive cooling we get integrated watercooling.
We look at another barbeque... err, I mean, a passively cooled graphics card from Inno3D's iChiLL range. DirectX 10 cards are looming, but does Inno3D do enough to tempt you in the meantime? Read on to find out.
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 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?
New to watercooling? Alphacool has assembled a solid Starter Kit that provides all the basics: 120mm radiator with quiet fan, Eheim pump, reservoir and copper waterblock. Can it do the business for just £100?
Arctic Cooling, known for their low-noise graphics heatsinks, has applied their expertise to case design and have challenged traditional layout for their near-silent case, the Silentium T1. Silence is golden.