CPU COOLER

December 10th, 2009

Thermalright Set to Launch Venomous-X CPU Cooler

Despite teasing  users with simple silhouettes on the Thermalright website , the Venomous-X CPU Cooler has been pictured completely naked. Said to be the successor to the popular Ultra-120 Extreme the unit promises even better performance than the benchmark cooler of the past few years. It looks nearly identical to the Ultra-120, but improves in [...]

December 10th, 2009

Noctua Announces Special Edition NH-C12P SE14

Among the DIY crowd, one name tends to stand out among the rest when it comes to cooling. Known for their unique colouring scheme and silent yet efficient fans, Noctua brings forth a special edition cooler, the NH-C12P SE14. We have seen many coolers come from this Austrian Based company, and today a new cooler [...]

November 3rd, 2009

GELID Launches Tranquillo CPU Cooler

GELID Solutions is a relative newcomer to the world of aftermarket cooling solutions. This however has not stopped them from producing both some of the best silent fans and thermal paste seen today. Their latest creation comes in the form of a tower cooler – the Tranquillo. In the short time that GELID has been [...]

October 27th, 2009

Scythe Introducing Entry Level Katana 3 Cooler

Scythe Group is announcing two new entry-level versions of Katana 3 CPU Cooler. Both new models are offered at a lower price, and are equipped with dedicated mounting bracket and thermal grease. Katana 3 “Type A” (SCKTN-3000A) is compatible to AMD® socket 754, 939, 940, AM2(+), AM3 whereas “Type I” (SCKTN-3000I) is compatible to Intel [...]

October 26th, 2009

Danamics LMX – Liquid Metal Cooling Part 2

Liquid Metal Cooling; when it comes to exotic designs, nothing has captured our imaginations more than this concept. But has the concept finally become a reality? In early 2008 Danamics came into the world of CPU cooling with something never before seen in the retail market. The worlds first sealed liquid metal cooling system. It [...]

October 16th, 2009

The End of an Era – R.I.P. Intel Stock Cooler

It seems like an eternity for many. Even with the release of their latest i5 processors, Intel has maintained the general design of their stock cooler for nearly a decade; since the dawn of the Pentium 4.  With Gulftown however,  they look to redefine out of the box cooling and it appears the old cooler’s [...]

October 9th, 2009

Scythe Samurai ZZ – Long Live The Downdraft Cooler

Scythe has long since filled our imagination with creative and innovative solutions for CPU cooling. Living up to that long tradition we are greeted with their latest solution in a diverse market. The Scythe Samurai ZZ. Downdraft coolers have never been embraced with the popularity held by the vaunted tower cooler. Yet, they still remain [...]

August 24th, 2009

Prolimatech Mega Shadow Gets First Photo Shoot

The good folks at EXPReview have managed to get their paws on the second CPU cooling product from the rather unknown Prolimatech; the new cooler is strikingly similar to the Megahalems, and dubbed the Mega Shadow. The Mega Shadow has the same design as the companies first cooler, however it has received a black finish, giving [...]

July 13th, 2009

Thermaltake Unveils LGA1156 CPU Cooler for August Launch

Showing just how close the release of Corei5 and LGA1156 really is, Thermaltake is introducing several advanced cooling solutions for the new and upcoming Intel  processors, ensuring users have the best choice right from day one. The brand new Silent 1156 CPU cooler from Thermaltake is specifically designed for Intel Socket 1156 processors. Installation to [...]

July 10th, 2009

Zalman CNPS-10X Quiet – Bringing The Cool For Todays Modern CPU

Not long ago Zalman shocked everyone by breaking the mold on its traditional cooler design with the CNPS-10X Extreme Series. Adding to their growing arsenal of solutions comes the CNPS-10X Quiet; which hopes to satisfy those who need silence but still demand performance. Long known for their circular horizontal coolers and downdraft series Zalman has [...]