COOLING

May 21st, 2008

Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake is one of the best-known cooler manufacturers and today we will be looking at one of their newest products: the DuOrb CPU cooler. It is unique in design, and it definitely looks great, but can it perform up to our expectations in both dual and quad core applications?


May 5th, 2008

CoolIT PURE CPU Cooler Review

CoolIT hasn’t been around for long but in a short amount of time they have proven themselves to be the company to go to for TEC cooling solutions. Today, we test the product that marks their first foray into the non-TEC water cooling market: the PURE. It is priced to move but can it perform [...]


April 30th, 2008

Thermaltake Big Typhoon CPU Cooler Review

Even though some may think that the original Thermaltake Big Typhoon is a relic of days gone by, we have decided to put it to the ultimate test. Can it cool off some of today’s most advanced processors or will it fall on its face? Read on to find out!!


April 18th, 2008

Thermalright IFX-10 Motherboard Backside Cooler Review

Thermalright is known in many corners of the enthusiast world as the king of cooling. They have launched many innovative products in their history and the latest one is their IFX-10 motherboard backside cooler which claims to cool down your CPU while not actually touching it. It may see to be an outlandish claim but [...]


April 16th, 2008

Coolink Chipchilla Chipset Cooler Review

These days, we don’t hear too much about aftermarket chipset cooling outside of water cooling circles. Yet, Coolink has been working hard on the sidelines designing their new chipset cooler called the Chipchilla. Considering many motherboards have quite extensive cooling solutions, it should be interesting to see how this product performs.


April 2nd, 2008

Asus Triton 77 CPU Cooler Review

Asus is not well known for their cooling solutions but have recently plunged into the CPU cooling market feet first. In this review we will be taking a look at one of their coolers which is targeted towards the silent PC enthusiasts: the Triton 77.


March 21st, 2008

Noctua NT-H1 Pro Grade Thermal Compound Review

Noctua has realeased a long line of high performance cooling products so it was only a matter of time until they released a thermal compound. The NT-H1 is Noctua’s first foray into the highly competitive thermal compound market but does inexperience equate a good debut or a disaster? Read on to find out.


March 17th, 2008

Scythe Ninja Copper CPU Cooler Review

Scythe has long been known for producing some of the best and most innovative CPU coolers on the market. Today we will be taking a look at their Ninja Copper cooler which was released to celebrate their 5th year anniversary. Can this cooler live up to the legacy of past Scythe products?


March 6th, 2008

Coolink Silentator CPU Cooler Review

Lately, the CPU cooling market has become extremely crowded with literally dozens of manufacturers jockeying for your attention and hard earned money. Today we are taking a closer look at one such product from Coolink called the Silentator. According to Coolink, this product is supposed to offer great cooling performance at a good price. But [...]


February 24th, 2008

Coolink GFXChilla GPU Cooler Review

Coolink may seem like a new kid on the block but they have years of experience in the cooling market. They are now spearheading their expansion into the North American marketplace with the release of their new GFXChilla. With compatibility for the new 8800GT and HD3870 as well as many other cards, it looks to [...]