Cooler Master launches MasterLiquid ML360R RGB
Its biggest AIO yet.
$120, cools up to 250W TDP parts.
Deepcool adds RGB lighting to its latest 240mm AIO cooler.
Corsair outs a smaller Pro RGB cooler but can it keep up with its larger siblings?
Arctic's £30 cooler is compact and quiet but can it cope with overclocked CPUs?
Optional Corsair, NZXT support too.
We take a look at Raijintek's latest generation of water-cooling hardware.
Cooler Master's new 240mm AIO cooler sports addressable RGB lighting on its pump and fans.
Nickel-plated copper radiators, for example.
Oh, and a 24,000 DPI mouse.
Flagship prototypes and a desk fan as well.
This dual-fan, single-tower cooler has 28 addressable RGB LEDs for you to play with.
Re-brands coolers, case, PSUs.
In-house design, company claims.
Could be the key to 3D chips.
Premium single-tower, single-fan cooler with excellent low noise credentials.
An 'enterprise solution', apparently.
Seeks £10,000 for initial production.
Fan cables can quickly build up, especially when water-cooling. Alex shows you how to trim them to length.
Standing out in the AIO market is tough, but the snazzy Orcus 240 does the trick.
Corsair's latest 360mm and 280mm all-in-one coolers show the company is still a dominant force here.
We take NZXT's latest hardware for an RGB-tastic system build, and we think the results are rather lovely.