HEATSINK

May 13th, 2011

Deepcool Working on Behemoth CPU Cooler named “Assassin”

Deepcool Industries, a Beijing based manufacturer of cooling components, unveiled today their new dual-tower CPU cooler named “Assassin”. While Deepcool has yet to announce a price or release date they did confirm that this beast of a cooler contains eight 6mm copper heatpipes, a 120mm push fan, a140mm pull fan, and the option for a [...]

July 19th, 2010

Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake was one of the first companies to release a high-end CPU cooler but in recent years they have struggled to find their stride.  The Frio is their latest foray into the heatsink market which retails for under $60 but is supposed to bring Thermaltake’s name into line with other industry luminaries like Thermalright and [...]

January 4th, 2010

Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Review

Noctua has always been at the forefront of CPU cooling technology and have brought some unique and high performing solutions to the market over the last few years.  With the release of their NF-P14 140mm fan it was only a matter of time before an accompanying cooler was released.  Today we are looking at exactly [...]

December 17th, 2009

Prolimatech’s Upcoming MK-13 GPU Cooler Features Upgradable Retention Bracket

With Prolimatech’s exclusive Omni-Mount, you will no longer have to worry whether your heatsink is compatible with new or upcoming graphics cards! By the end of January 2010, the well-known heatsink manufacturer Prolimatech will be releasing their first GPU cooler:  the MK-13.  This new product will incorporate their new universal GPU retention bracket which has been [...]