Thermalright launches True Spirit 140 Direct heatsink
Ditches the cold plate.
Ditches the cold plate.
Promises passive cooling.
We're finally back to cooler testing, and kicking things off with a pair of Thermalright towers
Tweaks 2012's Macho for passive use.
We take a look at Thermalright's deceptively small low-profile cooler, the AXP-100.
Thermalright's Archon SB-E X2 is here to show us that there's still life in air coolers yet.
Double-fan redesign for slim tower cooler.
Thermalright's huge air-cooler is under £40 and quiet too. But how well can it cool CPUs?
The Frio comes with two 120mm fans, and delivers great cooling whether you use one or both
Akasa's latest cooler is made for overclocking and high-end cooling. Does it deliver?
We put 11 third-party graphics card coolers to the test to see which, if any, is worth buying.
We recently discovered our LGA1366 heatsink testing hardware has developed some technical faults, so we've built a new rig and re-tested both the GELID Tranquillo and Thermalright Venomous-X. See inside for more details.
The long awaited follow-up to the legendary Thermalright TRUE heatsink has finally arrived. With six copper heatpipes, redesigned cooling fins a new mounting bracket we put this new high-end up against the Ultra 120 eXtreme and the Titan Fenrir - but the results were a genuine surprise.
The NH-C12P is a lower profile version of the fantastic NH-U12P from the Austrian company that oozes quality and great performance in its products. We've put it through its paces on LGA775 and Socket AM2+ to see if it can keep up with the strong competition it faces.
Reliably testing CPU heatsinks can be a tricky business, with so many variables capable of jeopardising accurate results. For this reason, we've re-assessed our testing methodology, and put some of the most popular and high-performing heat sinks through their paces in our new standard test setup.
CeBIT 2008: DFI shows off its X48 board that features a new, hardcore cooling system created in collaboration with Thermalright!
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...
COMPUTEX 2007: ThermalRight has quite possibly won the award for the biggest heatsink at this year's show...