Results for: liquid cooling
Updated NZXT Kraken X40 Liquid Cooler @ frostytech.com
[Jun-10-14] (0 Comments)
Updated with newest LGA2011 / 200W synthetic thermal test data! The NZXT Kraken X40 is a small self contained CPU liquid cooling system based on the exceptionally popular Asetek platform. As with most all-in-one liquid coolers, the Kraken X40 is differentiated from its sister model - the Kraken X60 - by its thinner 140mm-sized aluminum heat exchanger.
Cooler Master Nepton 140XL CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Apr-15-14] (0 Comments)
Letís test the Cooler Master Nepton 140XL, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a big 140 mm radiator cooled by two 140 mm fans in push-pull configuration.
Zalman LQ315 Liquid Cooling System @ frostytech.com
[Jan-16-14] (0 Comments)
Zalman released three water coolers in the hand of PC enthusiasts earlier this year, in this review Frostytech is testing out the LQ315 model - the middle child as it were. The LQ315 ships fully assembled, plumbed and filled with a coolant. It installs onto Intel socket LGA115x/1366/2011 and AMD socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 processors. It uses a 120mm wide aluminum heat exchanger equipped with a single 120mm PWM fan that operates at 2000-900RPM. The pump/waterblock is built around a novel micro-skived copper base plate that is connected to the heat exchanger via a 30cm length of flexible rubber tubing.
Cooler Master Nepton 280L Liquid CPU Cooler @ benchmarkreviews.com
[Dec-11-13] (0 Comments)
The 280mm closed-loop all-in-one liquid cooling selection is about to grow by one:The Cooler Master (RL-N28L-20PK-R1) Nepton 280L. Sporting new dual 140mm JetFlo fans with POM bearings and a new pump design with LED, the 280L is Cooler Master‚Äôs answer to the Kraken X60 and H110. Will an all-new pump, high-flow fans and a 280mm radiator be enough to take on the competition? Benchmark Reviews will find out if the Nepton 280L can handle an overclocked FX platform and see how it stacks up against the competition.
SilverStone TD03 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Aug-12-13] (0 Comments)
We tested the SilverStone TD03, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a full metal block and a 120 mm radiator cooled by two 120 mm fans in push-pull configuration. Check it out!
Cooler Master Seidon 240M CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jun-26-13] (0 Comments)
We tested the Cooler Master Seidon 240M, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a 240 mm radiator cooled by two 120 mm fans side-by-side. Check it out!
Cooler Master Seidon 120XL CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jun-12-13] (0 Comments)
We tested the Cooler Master Seidon 120XL, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a 120 mm radiator cooled by two 120 mm fans. Check it out!
Cooler Master Seidon 120M CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jun-06-13] (0 Comments)
We tested the Cooler Master Seidon 120M, a mainstream sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a radiator cooled by a 120 mm fan. Check it out!
Which is The Best Configuration for 120 mm Liquid Cooling Fans? @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Feb-26-13] (0 Comments)
We tested 12 different configurations for cooling a 120 mm radiator of a liquid cooling solution. Which one is the best? Check it out!
NZXT Kraken X60 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Feb-13-13] (0 Comments)
Letís test the NZXT Kraken X60, a sealed liquid cooling system for processors, with a 280 mm radiator cooled by two 140 mm fans, and a USB interface. Check it out!
Corsair H100i CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Feb-08-13] (0 Comments)
The Corsair H100i is a sealed liquid cooling system for processors, with a 240 mm radiator and USB interface. Check it out!
Zalman LQ320 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Feb-05-13] (0 Comments)
The Zalman LQ320 is a sealed liquid cooling system for processors, with a 120 mm radiator and one 120 mm fan. Letís test it!
NZXT Kraken X40 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jan-31-13] (0 Comments)
Letís test the NZXT Kraken X40, a sealed liquid cooling system for processors, with a 140 mm radiator and a USB interface. Check it out!
Corsair H80i CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jan-28-13] (0 Comments)
The Corsair H80i is a sealed liquid cooling system for processors, with a 120 mm radiator, two 120 mm fans, and a USB interface. Check it out!
Antec KŁhler H2O 620 v4 @ rbmods.com
[Jan-25-13] (0 Comments)
Liquid coolers have become more and more popular these days. There are many manufacturers who sell service free liquid cooling systems and DIY setups are becoming obsolete. Today we will take a look at Antecís newest water cooling setup called H2O 620 V4. Letís see how well it performs.
Zalman LQ315 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jan-21-13] (0 Comments)
This time, we will test the Zalman LQ315 sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a 120 mm fan at the radiator. Check it out!
Zalman LQ310 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jan-03-13] (0 Comments)
Today we are testing the Zalman LQ310 sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a 120 mm fan and radiator. Check it out!
Corsair H60 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Nov-30-12] (0 Comments)
We tested the Corsair H60, a mainstream sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a radiator cooled by a 120 mm fan. Check it out!
Thermaltake WATER2.0 Extreme CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Sep-12-12] (0 Comments)
The Thermaltake WATER2.0 Extreme is a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs with a 240 mm radiator and two 120 mm fans. Letís test it!
Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jul-25-12] (0 Comments)
The Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer is a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs with a 120 mm radiator and two 120 mm fans. Letís test it!
Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jul-06-12] (0 Comments)
Today we are testing the Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs with a 120 mm radiator and two 120 mm fans. Letís see if it can beat the high-end air coolers.
Corsair H100 Liquid Cooling @ rbmods.com
[Nov-16-11] (0 Comments)
Corsair recently released a new watercooler on the market that according to Corsair should outperform the Antec Kuhler 920. The Kuhler performed quite well in our tests so we have high hopes for this H100 liquid cooler. The Question is; how well will it perform and at what noise levels does it have? The Antec performed good at very low noise levels so lets get on with the review and see if the H100 can compete.
Corsair H100 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Nov-09-11] (0 Comments)
Letís test the Corsair H100, a sealed liquid cooling system with a huge 240 mm radiator.
Corsair H80 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Sep-01-11] (0 Comments)
Letís test the new sealed liquid cooling system from Corsair:the H80.
Antec KŁhler H2O 920 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jun-23-11] (0 Comments)
We tested the Antec KŁhler H2O 920, a CPU liquid cooling system with USB control. Check it out!
TechwareLabs :Antec K‹HLER H₂O 620 all included liquid cpu cooler @ techwarelabs.com
[May-05-11] (0 Comments)
All the benefits of liquid cooling without the mess and the potential for disaster, fortunately it seems that Antec thought of everything when they put out the Kuhler 620 - easy installation, quality cooling and solid performance. What more could you ask for?
CoolIT Vantage CPU Water Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Jan-31-11] (0 Comments)
We tested the CoolIT Vantage, a sealed liquid cooling system with automatic control and temperature monitoring though an LCD display.
CoolIT ECO Liquid Cooling System @ hardwaresecrets.com
[May-01-10] (0 Comments)
We tested ECO liquid cooling system from CoolIT, a sealed watercooler kit that can be easily installed in your system. Check it out!
PowerColor chills the Radeon HD 5970 @ eteknix.com
[Jan-19-10] (0 Comments)
PowerColor (TUL Corporation), a leading manufacturer of AMD based graphics cards are extremely pleased to announce their patented liquid cooling solution coupled with the world’s fastest GPU.
Domino ALC Liquid Cooling by CoolIT Systems @ techwarelabs.com
[Nov-30-09] (0 Comments)
There are a lot of choices on the market today to cool your CPU, which range from all-in-one kits to modular kits, but by far the Domino from CoolIT is one of the best we have seen.
TechwareLabs s the NZXT Cryo S Aluminum Notebook Cooler @ techwarelabs.com
[Sep-01-09] (0 Comments)
Is your laptop running a little too hot for your liking? Join Stefan here at TechwareLabs as we take a look at what NZXT brings to the plate. Will the Cryo S Aluminum Notebook Cooler be the equivalent of Liquid Cooling for your laptop? Read on to find out...
CoolIt Domino ALC CPU Cooler @ jonnyguru.com
[Aug-09-09] (0 Comments)
When it comes to water cooling a PC, there is still a number ofusers out there that cringe at the thought of having water in their chassis.Although they are focusing on the negative side of the combination, the useof water cooling in a PC has come a long way over the last few years. Withthe increase in popularity of water cooling, manufactures are creating moreuser friendly water cooling options for those that don't want to dive inhead first. The CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling (ALC) system is justone of the examples available to the public wanting to get their feet wetwith water cooling. The Domino ALC allows a user to cool his/her CPU withwater while taking a lot of the hassles that come with water cooling out ofthe picture. Is the Domino ALC what you're looking for? Read on to find out.
Win a CoolIt Domino A.L.C. CPU Cooler @ bigbruin.com
[Jul-31-09] (0 Comments)
CoolIT Systems is teaming up with Bigbruin.com to sponsor a give away! Up for grabs is one of their award winning Domino A.L.C. (Advanced Liquid Cooling) CPU Coolers.
Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Water Cooling Kit @ legitreviews.com
[Jul-29-09] (0 Comments)
Corsair decided that for their third CPU Liquid cooling solution that they would work with Asetek and implement a couple of minor changes on their LCLC (redesigned the pump and cold plate) and then bring it to the retail market under the Corsair brand name. The plan worked and Corsair announced the Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler on June 2, 2009, which is improved Asetek LCLC cooler. The result is a CPU cooler that Corsair claims is an easy-to-install CPU cooling solution that outperforms stock CPU coolers by more than 30%.
CoolIT Domino ALC Water Cooling @ pcper.com
[Jul-28-09] (0 Comments)
Put simply, we'd pay twice the price for a liquid cooling systemthis handy, simple to install, and effective. The Domino A. L. C. is one ofCoolIT Systems' best efforts. Compared to a stock fan, it does wonders forallowing serious overclocking of a Core i7 920. It's nearly silent,super-efficient, and priced right.
Nexus TDD-9000 Liquid Laptop Cooler @ rbmods.com
[Jul-23-09] (0 Comments)
Nexus, one of the largest computer cooling peripheral manufacturersin the world sent us their newest invention TDD-9000 liquid laptop cooler.TDD-9000 doesn't have any fans in it and is based on liquid cooling. Thereare something special in TDD-9000:s cooling mechanism so let's have a lookif it does what Nexus has promised.
[News] OCZ HydroFlow Waterblock @ virtual-hideout.net
[Feb-21-09] (0 Comments)
For better or for worse, OCZ has always been one of the moreadventurous companies to service the needs of the enthusiast. While othercompanies focused solely on producing memory, OCZ had already begun theirsimple forays into cooling, and power supplies. Today, their lines extendout to a few, slightly more exotic locations, namely pre-built phase changecooling, and even a neural interfacing device. Yet, as with any company thatdoes not specialize in these exploratory fields, OCZ's alternate productsremain a niche interest. In this spirit, we're looking at their HydroFlowwaterblock - the company's first step towards a performance liquid coolingsolution. If OCZ's reputation as a memory manufacturer has anything to dowith this little waterblock, then there's plenty in store for us. Let's getwet, intrepid readers.
CoolIT Domino ALC CPU Cooler @ rbmods.com
[Jan-27-09] (0 Comments)
While air cooling solutions continue to progress, liquid coolingstill offers better cooling performance. But most users shy away fromliquid cooling as being too
CoolIT Systems Domino Liquid CPU Cooler @ modders-inc.com
[Dec-22-08] (0 Comments)
You want to get away from air cooling and those oversized heatpipesetups are adding a lot of unwanted stress on the motherboard, but you don'twant to endure the cost and hassle of converting your system to a watercooled unit. CoolIT Systems Inc may just have what you are looking for withtheir newest liquid cooling setup that goes by the name of Domino A.L.C.(Advanced Liquid Cooling).
[News] Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler @ virtual-hideout.net
[Oct-23-08] (0 Comments)
Like many of the other companies finding reviews on our pageslately, Cooler master's claims to fame come from eternally supporting theenthusiast edge of the industry. Though their start was found in coolingproducts, Cooler Master went on to begin producing branded fans, heatsinks,power supplies, and even liquid cooling systems. In that vein, the V8 ismore or less a rectification to this departure - a step by Cooler Master toreturn themselves into the realm of performance cooling. With the capacityto blow away almost 180w of heat, the V8 has the potential to slide CoolerMaster back up into the echelons of performance cooling, though it may wellhave a few hindrances along the way. With that said, it's time to see whatthis latest offering can do.
Cool IT Systems NV Reference SLI Cooler @ techpowerup.com
[Jul-29-08] (0 Comments)
The CoolIT Systems coolers are certainly a unique way to get into liquid cooling. They come pre-assembled and are maintenance free. We are taking a look at their dual card cooler for two GeForce 8800 GTXs, but CoolIT offers a very similar variant for the GTX 260/280 and for AMD cards as well.
[News] ThermalTake ProWater 850i Liquid Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Jul-02-08] (0 Comments)
For this review though, you the reader might want to keep thebeverages away from the system, as I'll be flooding the veins of my test rigsoon enough. That's right, today on the bench is Thermaltake's ProWater 850i- an all-in-one starter watercooling kit with a decidedly set of prettypackaging. Will it perform to expectations, or simply end up as another oneof those mistaken purchases? Roll on over to the next page to find out.
Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Liquid Cooling System @ thinkcomputers.org
[Jun-05-08] (0 Comments)
Thermaltake has made water cooling easy with the Bigwater 760i 2UDrive Bay Liquid Cooling System. This system is internal and fits nicelyinto two empty drive bays in your case. This system has everything that youneed to get started, even coolant and tubing. This is the first watercooling system that I have ever built and found it quite easy and fun toinstall. This system provides many nice features even the water cooling guruwould find attractive. Read on further to find out what they are.
Thermaltake Xaser-VI VG400BWS (LCS) Case @ xtremecomputing.co.uk
[Mar-16-08] (0 Comments)
The model that I shall be looking at today is the VG400LBWS, or more specifically the ĎXaser VI Super Tower Black with Transparent Side Window With Embedded Liquid Coolingí. Yeah, thatís quite a mouthful; but Thermaltake have made 8 variations of this same model case, so they have to distinguish between them properly somehow!
Zalman Reserator XT Hybrid Liquid Cooling System @ techgage.com
[Mar-14-08] (0 Comments)
Given their nature, external water-coolers have a lot ofroom to do things right. Zalman took full advantage of the space theyhad with the XT and delivered a superb external solution with excellentperformance. Though slightly expensive,
Thermaltake M9 Mid-Tower Case @ thinkcomputers.org
[Mar-14-08] (0 Comments)
Most enthusiasts that have been building for at least a few yearsmost likely have used something with the Thermaltake logo on it. Thermaltakehas a wide variety of products:cases; fans; CPU, GPU, hard drive, andchipset coolers; liquid cooling; power supplies; storage solutions; andvarious other stuff. Today I will be looking at the Thermaltake M9, amid-tower that appears to take some of its inspiration from the Xaser VI.Will it meet my expectations of a Thermaltake case? Stay tuned to find out.
[News] Thermaltake BigWater 760i Liquid Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Feb-28-08] (0 Comments)
Overall, the Thermaltake 760i BigWater Liquid Cooling System is oneefficient compact liquid cooling system. Not only does it integrate nicelyin to your chassis, it'll also compliment most any system you want toassemble. Thermaltake took the time to preassemble some things and make theinstallation process much simpler. All these factors have made it a veryeasy system to use and should be simple enough for any and every userwanting to make a change in the way the CPU is cooled.
Koolance CPU-330 and VID-282 Waterblock @ pcper.com
[Nov-07-07] (0 Comments)
Koolance is well known for delivering professionally designed andbuilt liquid cooling systems and components and the CPU-330 and VID-282cooling blocks carry on that tradition. Both waterblocks exhibit excellentbuild quality and the finest materials. The 24k gold plating on the coppercomponents looks awesome on the outside and provides excellent corrosionresistance on the inside. Performance is right up there with the best andboth cooling blocks are relatively easy to install. Just remember topurchase nozzles (tube fittings) to go with your waterblock.
World exclusive:CoolIT Freezone Elite @ nordichardware.com
[Nov-02-07] (0 Comments)
So for those enthusiasts who want to move beyond air cooling but fear the thought of a geyser inside their case, there is another alternative:thermoelectric cooling (TEC). Today we'll be examining a TEC product that isn't your typical liquid cooling unit and claims to offer advanced cooling capabilities:the CoolIT Systems Freezone Elite.
Zalman Reserator XT Hybrid Liquid Cooling System @ pcper.com
[Oct-02-07] (0 Comments)
Connections are made to the back of the Reserator XT by way of twoindustry standard CPC quick-disconnect fittings that incorporate internalcheck valves. Having check valves is convenient as they block off flow assoon as the connection is broken and keeps any spillage to a minimum. Inhigh-flow systems, integrated check valves can create significant flowrestrictions but in a low-flow system like the Reserator XT, that isn't asmuch of a problem and the added convenience is well worth it.
[News] Zalman Reserator XT Hybrid Liquid Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Sep-30-07] (0 Comments)
Water cooling rigs have come and gone over the years, along with thecompanies that make them. Zalman has been one of the few who made it, andthey have done so due to the quality of the products they produce. Not onlyis the quality good, the performance is excellent. The water cooling unit upfor review is the Zalman Reserator XT, which is a stand-alone water coolingsystem that sits outside an enclosure. This design keeps the hot temperatureof the enclosure components away from the reservoir. Also, the Reserator XTis highly expandable by allowing the user to add additional water blockswithout having to drain the entire cooling system. Everything needed to getthe cooling system up and running is included in one package.
Thermaltake V1 Universal CPU cooler @ xtremecomputing.co.uk
[Sep-12-07] (0 Comments)
Today, Thermaltake has grown into a world-class company with state-of-the-art testing and R&D facility based in Taiwan along with 60+ engineers and ID team covering each application segment such as Liquid Cooling, Air Cooling, PC Enclosure and Power Supply for main-stream users, high-end solutions, system integrators and industrial applications; thus achieve Thermaltake's company motto,
Antec P182 Mid-Tower Case @ thetechlounge.com
[Jun-27-07] (0 Comments)
Cases are one of the least frequently updated PC parts. You might get a newmotherboard and CPU, more RAM and a bigger hard drive, but you stick thoseparts in the same old case. Even my own workstation - if you added up theage of all the parts in the PC (my parts have an average age of 10 months)they'd still be collectively younger than my case (six and a half years).But the time comes, and the bell tolls for these old cases. Once at the topof their game, they now are relegated to the cellar. Bigger fans and fancierfeatures make the old cases look prehistoric. Features like cable routing,integrated rubber spacers for vibration abatement and rubber grommets forrouting your liquid cooling tubes are all the rage these days.
Evercool @ techpowerup.com
[Jun-20-07] (0 Comments)
Evercool has a small booth in Hall 1. It is packed to the rim with different cooling products. There is a CPU liquid cooling system as big as a normal air cooler and several very unique notebook and component cooling products.
Cool IT Systems @ techpowerup.com
[Mar-22-07] (0 Comments)
Cool IT Systems is showing off their three TEC based liquid cooling systems. These are pre-assembled, pre-filled, maintenance free & high performance liquid cooling systems. This must be the most interesting cooling solution at CeBIT this year. They have teamed up with Silverstone and are showing up a large TEC based cooler which can handle anything you could throw at it.
Thermaltake Kandalf Liquid Cooling System @ pcper.com
[Mar-19-07] (0 Comments)
The Kandalf Liquid Cooling System includes everything needed tosetup a basic CPU water-cooling system. The large radiator/fan assembly ismounted to the front door! Thermaltake borrowed this concept from theautomotive industry - put the radiator up front where it can pull cool roomair in thru the front of the case. The LCS can be expanded by purchasingone of the optional video card and/or motherboard chipset waterblocks.
[News] GIGABYTE 3D Galaxy II Liquid Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Mar-04-07] (0 Comments)
WOW! That was a labor intensive install for sure, but wasn't asdifficult as the instruction manual made it seem. GIGABYTE didn't leave astone unturned on this kit:a lot of thought went into making this systemupgradeable and user friendly.
Dell's XPS 710 H2C Performance Gaming System - Evaluation @ hothardware.com
[Feb-20-07] (0 Comments)
The Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition is billed as a top-of-the-lineultra-performance machine built with the most hardcore of gamers in mind, aniche that Alienware is very familiar with. Not only does the XPS 710 H2Chold the distinction of being Dell's first non-limited edition factoryoverclocked computer, it also uses Dell's first in-house liquid coolingsystem to keep it's quad-core power plant cool. The XPS 710 H2C is the mostheavily performance-specified XPS system yet, with an Intel Core 2 QX6700processor, dual GeForce 8800 GTXs, 4 GB of RAM and two Western DigitalRaptors in a RAID 0 array, as standard equipment. We recently got our handson one and we've been putting it through its paces, as it ripped through thebenchmarks in our labs.
[News] CoolIT Systems Eliminator Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Feb-01-07] (0 Comments)
The Eliminator is an excellent liquid cooling system for any type ofuser, experienced or not. Thanks to the simplified mounting process, manual,and hardware, installation is very simple and easy with the detaileddirections and revisions.
[News] CoolIT Freezone Liquid Cooling System @ virtual-hideout.net
[Dec-18-06] (0 Comments)
The CoolIT Freezone can cool so much better than any stock watercooling kit on the market. This unit is completely capable of cooling aprocessor, dual video cards, and chipset, AND any other blocks you want tothrow at it.
Asetek Low Cost Liquid Cooling (LCLC) @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Oct-11-06] (0 Comments)
We took a look on the latest water cooling kit from Asetek, ďLow Cost Liquid CoolingĒ (LCLC), an entry-level water cooler solution targeted to OEMs.
Koolance PC4-1025BK 1kW Liquid Cooling System @ pcper.com
[Sep-11-06] (0 Comments)
The Koolance PC4-1025 combines an advanced liquid cooling systemwith an elegant enclosure that is sure to please even the most demandingenthusiast. You will be hard pressed to build a more capable system fromscratch. The PC4-1025 Liquid Cooling System delivers excellent performance,advanced features, and modern styling in a self-contained and easy toinstall system. The finished result looks awesome and presents aprofessional appearance!
Thermaltake Bigwater 735 Liquid Cooling Kit + Accessories @ rbmods.com
[Aug-23-06] (0 Comments)
Thermaltake has developed a new watercooling kit, the Bigwater 735, which appears to be a newer, upgraded version of their previously released Bigwater kit. We have been previously impressed with Thermaltake's attention to detail and high quality products. Will this latest offering provide similar results? Let's see.
Sapphire TOXIC Radeon X1900XTX Ė No ear muffs required! @ tweaktown.com
[Jul-17-06] (0 Comments)
This is the best way to look at the TOXIC X1900XTX. We know that the water cooling solution is going to be nowhere near as effective as a custom made job and the effectiveness of the Liquid Cooling Solution in use here isnít amazing from a performance point of a view, but when you stand back, close your eyes and then think... ďI have an X1900XTX and I cannot hear it!
Thermalright HR-01-K8 w/ Blue Fan Duct @ thinkcomputers.org
[Jun-30-06] (0 Comments)
Water cooling is becoming more and more popular but there are still people out there who just don't want to mix water andelectricity, so there are companies out there that continue to develop excellent air cooling solutions for today's hot CPU's.Thermalright is one of those companies that make excellent looking and performing cooling solutions, today for review I have theThermalright HR-01-K8 with blue fan duct for review. I've reviewed Thermalright products before and know just how well they are madeand perform, but the HR-01 really surprised me with its performance, rivaling that of my liquid cooling setup.
Corsair Cool GPU and VGA Water Blocks @ thinkcomputers.org
[May-15-06] (0 Comments)
A short while ago I reviewed the Corsair Nautilus 500 external liquid cooling system. Corsair was also kind enough to sendme their VGA and Chipset blocks to go with the Nautilus so that is what I have up on the review block today. We know from my reviewthat the Nautilus is an excellent cooling solution for your CPU, but what happens when you want to cool your video card and yourchipset along with the CPU all in the same loop? Well you'll have to read on to see how the Nautilus performed under thepressure...
Thermaltake Big Water 745 @ thinkcomputers.org
[May-04-06] (0 Comments)
Liquid Cooling, I love it! There used to be a time when liquid cooling was for the 'pros' and enthusiasts who quite a bit ofmoney to play with, now pretty much everyone can afford the luxury of a liquid cooled computer. Thermaltake is one of thosecompanies that knows what people want and need, they seem to be able to put together quality performance setups with quality partsand still keep the costs down so the average Joe can afford them. Today for review I have their new BigWater 745 liquid coolingsystem, not long ago I reviewed their Big Water SE and was impressed, let's see how the 745 compares.
Corsair Nautilus500 Water Cooling System @ thinkcomputers.org
[Apr-27-06] (0 Comments)
Liquid cooling has evolved into something that is longer out of reach of the average consumer. With so many choices for yourcooling needs how are you going to decide which one is right for you? With all the choices I know I would look for a name I trustthat has a proven track record for making dependable and great performing products, but would that company be a ram manufacturer?Corsair has ventured into the liquid cooling market again with the introduction of the Nautilus 500 External Water Cooling System.With the success and rave reviews of the Corsair Cool liquid cooling system, I was more than confident the Corsair Nautilus would besomething I would trust to have in my system cooling my valuable components. Come along as I take a look at what Corsair has tooffer us as I find out just how good a respected ram manufacturer can make a liquid cooling system.
G-Cooler Liquid CPU Cooler @ thinkcomputers.org
[Apr-24-06] (0 Comments)
Water/Liquid cooling is becoming more and more mainstream; at one time it was only the hardcore enthusiast that was watercooling their computers, now anyone can do it cheaply and easily. Liquid cooling come in many shapes and sizes, you can get pre-madesystems that can take an hour or more to assemble with all sorts of various parts, and you can get easy all-in-one cooling systemsthat basically just pop in and go. Today for review I have one of the all-in-one systems called the G-Cooler, it is basically just aCPU block, rad and pump with some very short hoses, it is fully assembled, all you have to do it mount it in your computer and powerit on. Let's take a look at it and see if it is worth our time...
Thermaltake Tribe External Liquid Cooling System @ atruereview.com
[Mar-15-06] (0 Comments)
The one stigma about external systems is that because they have tofit key liquid cooling components inside a compact enclosure, those keycomponents usually pail in performance to those of internal liquid coolingkits. Consider though, what if you took the components of an internalliquid cooling kit and enclosed it in a roomy enclosure. The result wouldbe something that has the convenience of an external system with theperformance of an internal kit. Well, that is exactly what Thermaltake hasdone with the Tribe External Liquid Cooling System, the topic of thisreview.
Thermaltake Rhythm External Liquid Cooling System @ thinkcomputers.org
[Mar-10-06] (0 Comments)
As home theater PC's become more and more popular, there comes a need to find ways to make them more silent. Who wants tohear a fan whining in the background while watching a movie? Not me... Thermaltake has come up with a classy and silent solution forthis, the Rhythm External Liquid Cooling System. It has great looks and performs well, let's check it out...
Water Cooling Solution from Intel @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Mar-09-06] (0 Comments)
On an unexpected move, Intel decided to release its own water-cooling solution. Take a look on the forthcoming Intel Advanced Liquid Cooling Technology and all its technical details.
Thermaltake Rhythm HTPC Liquid Cooling System @ bigbruin.com
[Mar-02-06] (0 Comments)
The Thermaltake Rhythm HTPC Liquid Cooling System has taken the formerly extreme art of water cooling and made it feel right at home in an HTPC environment. The extreme cooling and extremely low noise output are welcome features in a home theater personal computer, and will help insure that your system stays up and running without you having to hear that it is doing so.
Evercool Silver Knight @ thinkcomputers.org
[Feb-16-06] (0 Comments)
Liquid cooling is becoming more and more mainstream, but most liquid cooling solutions involve lots of parts and lots oftime to assemble. Evercool may have the solution to this problem with an interesting looking product they call the Silver Knight. Itis a CPU cooler heatpipe cooling solution with built in water cooling. The Silver Knight is something that might interest a lot ofpeople, I've had it installed for a week now and I am VERY impressed with the results I am getting from it. I believe Evercool hasgot a winner here for those looking for the advantages of liquid cooling but not all the hassles. Let's check it out.
Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R120 Liquid Cooler @ viperlair.com
[Feb-11-06] (0 Comments)
The Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R120 is by far the easiest liquid cooling setup we've ever worked with. It's not a click and run type of deal, but it's no harder than most performance air coolers and much easier than even the Koolance EXOS to setup. Everything is done; fill and bleed, clamping tubes, kit assembly. All the user has to do is put it into their setup and that's it.
Thermaltake Big Water SE @ thinkcomputers.org
[Nov-24-05] (0 Comments)
Water/Liquid cooling is becoming more and more popular, and has become something that is not just for the hardcoreoverclocker or enthusiast anymore. Many companies have come out with all in one water cooling solutions that don't require muchskill to assemble. We all know the name Thermaltake, they are one of the leading PC cooling manufacturers today, and they areconstantly looking for ways to improve their products. Today for review I have the Big Water SE, all in one water cooling system,adding to Thermaltake's award winning line up of quality cooling products.
PrimoChill PC ICE @ thinkcomputers.org
[Nov-16-05] (0 Comments)
I've been into liquid and water cooling for almost a year now, you may think that that isn't a long time, but trust me itis. I've learned A LOT in that short amount of time about the various aspects of liquid cooling. I've used plain water, water withadditives, and alternative liquids for cooling. Being in the review 'business' I find I need cooling solutions that are far superiorto stock and even after market air cooling. With many reviews I have found myself overclocking my CPU, which of course generates alot of heat and stock cooling just will not let me do what I need to do. In all my trials and errors I have found water is the bestfor cooling, there are a few companies out there that make alternatives to water and today I will be looking at one of them.PrimoChill's PC Ice from Voyeurmods is what is on the testing/review block today.
TTIC NPH-2 Socket A Heatsink @ techneek.co.uk
[Aug-28-05] (0 Comments)
It is every techie's dream to have a silent and chilled pc, thankfully this is now possible with liquid cooling; unfortunately this is far out of reach for most people's cooling budget. With this in mind many companies are starting to bring out a range of ‚Äúalternative‚ÄĚ cooling methods, while these might not be silent they do reinvent cooling and make the best of old technology. So today we take a look at the NPH-2.
Thermaltake Symphony @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Aug-25-05] (0 Comments)
Our first impressions on Symphony from Thermaltake, an external liquid cooling system targeted to home theater PCs.
Thermaltake BigWater SE 12cm Liquid Cooling System @ techniz.co.uk
[Aug-01-05] (0 Comments)
Again, Thermaltake have come out with another fancy and good performanceproduct. Personally, I very like the design of this BigWater SE, with allthe LED's and UV reactive design. It will be great for case modding. Asfor the performance, it was very good compare to the AMD stock cooler, youcan refer to the cooling performance at the testing section. The onlynoise came out from this BigWater is the 120mm fan that blowing theradiator, but the noise is not that loud since you can control the fanspeed. The BigWater SE is support the Intel P4 ( Socket 478 ), P4 LGA 775,AMD K8 and K7. The only downside from this Bigwater SE is the water pumpwhich is not that powerful enough due to it has to pump the water passthrough a lot of components...
Koolance Exos-2 Liquid Cooling System @ pcper.com
[Jul-19-05] (0 Comments)
The Exos-2 surpasses the original Exos in performance thanks to alarger radiator, greater airflow and increased coolant flow. The dual 120mmfans produce a wide range of capabilities, which allows the Exos-2 toprovide optimal cooling (with noticeable fan noise), or virtually silentoperation with the fans turned down low. The clear plastic reservoir, whichis mounted right up front for easy access, includes blue LED lighting thatis both functional and adds to the overall custom look of the system.
Swiftech MCP-350 & PolarFLO TT Pumps Review @ gruntville.com
[May-24-05] (0 Comments)
Now many would say that this design, with the inlet and outlet facing the same direction, does not make sense. The water comes up and then has to make a 90 degree turn to go out. Why did they design it like that? Wouldn't the performance be even better if it went straight out? The answers are actually quite simple. The design decision was made because this particular pump was designed to be used in tight spaces, such as the inside of electronics gear. That's right, this pump was designed by Delphi and Laing specifically for liquid cooling systems in the computer industry.
Various News Items
[May-16-05] (0 Comments)
"You Don't Have To Be Rich To Be A PC Gamer " @ XYZ Computing
Bigbruin.com Review: Transcend JetFlash 110 512MB USB Flash Drive @ bigbruin.com
[News] Logitech Z-5500 THX Certified speaker review @ XtremeResources
Thermalright XP-90c Heatsink Review @ pcper.com
News Flash - Cool by Corsair 120MM Advanced PC CPU Liquid Cooling System Review @ futurelooks.com
Thermaltake Armor Super Tower Aluminum Chassis @ techniz.co.uk
[Mar-18-05] (0 Comments)
The Armor Chassis from Thermaltake is a very stylish case and available
in black and silver color. Only the silver color is fully made of
aluminum. The size of the Armor Chassis is a super tower case. The Armor
Chassis is also design to fits Tt liquid cooling system (performance
radiator with 12 cm fan) or any other specific brands of water cooling
kit. The chassis is also design with the removable motherboard tray,
whereas it does support the BTX with the optional BTX Upgrade Kit.
Furthermore, the Armor Chassis comes with four case fans, and the top of
chassis is equipped with dual USB2.0, IEEE1394 Firewire, audio & speaker
ports. Beside that, the side panel is a very unique shaped of acrylic
windows side panel.
Various News Items
[Jan-31-05] (0 Comments)
Enermax CS-718 & AeroCool Gatewatch @ AMD Review
ATi Radeon X800 Pro Review @ OCModShop
X-Raypad Thunder 9 Mousepad Review @ Ascully.com
VIA Intel Pentium 4 PT Chipset Preview and Launch @ VR-Zone Hardware
Swiftech H20-120(Rev. 3) Liquid Cooling Kit @ OCIA.net
Swiftech H20-120T Rev.3 Liquid Cooling Kit Review @ mvktech.net
[Dec-30-04] (0 Comments)
The new kid on the block is the H20-120ô Rev.3 Liquid Cooling Kit. Taking the critically acclaimed H20-120ô Rev.2 to the next evolution, the Rev.3 kit offers the revolutionary MCP350ô pump. Redefining performance, near-silent operations, and offering extreme reliability the MCP350ô is a dream come true in a small size foot print that is smaller than a pack of cigarettes. The Rev.3 kit offers the same award winning performance as Rev.2 but with quieter operations and easier installation.
Thermaltake Liquid Cooling System Components @ techniz.co.uk
[Dec-30-04] (0 Comments)
Thermaltake already has become the global leader in Thermal Industry. Initial focussed primarily on CPU Coolers, high performance heat sinks, DC fan, PC chassis and power supply. Today, we are reviewing water cooling accessories which is the Water Level Indicator and Flow Indicator. Both of them are made by the pure aluminum and high quality arcylic. Moreover, users can via transparent window of the WaterLevel Indicator to check the movement of the water.
Various News Items
[Dec-18-04] (0 Comments)
Logitech QuickCam Orbit Webcam Review @ The Tech Zone
Apollo 6600GT PCI-E Review @ cluboverclocker.com
Cooler Master Aquagate Liquid Cooling System Review @ OCTools.com
Opti-UPS SM-B120A-RM 1100VA Rack Mount UPS Review @ BigBruin.Com
HEXUS.net Preview: X850XT PE & Response from ATI
ASUS V9999 Gamer Edition Review @ tcmagazine.info
Vantec EZ SWAP 2 Removable Hard Disk Drive Rack @ techniz
Sunbeam Lightbus @ A True Review
Various News Items
[Dec-14-04] (0 Comments)
NZXT Nemesis Elite Case @ OCIA.net
Kingston HyperX PC2-5400 1GB Kit @ InsaneTek
PimpRig Review // Ultra Products 600W Power Supply
A Peek Into the Near Future of Electronics Technology @ The Tech Zone
Latest Bios updates - Tuesday, December 14 - 47 in total! @ tcmagazine.info
Sitecom USB 2.0 to VGA Adapter @ overclockers.com.au
HEXUS.net Review: Soltek 8KAN2E-GR nForce3 250Gb S754 Motherboard
More letters! @ dansdata.com
Steelpad QcK+ @ ThinkComputers.org
10 Golden tips for secure online shopping @ tcmagazine.info
Thermaltake Big Water 12cm Liquid Cooling System @ techniz.co.uk
Jetart JACSH1 VGA Cooler Kit @ 3dvelocity.com
Various News Items
[Nov-22-04] (0 Comments)
PimpRig GiveAway // What is Modding? Win a retail copy of Win XP or Half-Life 2.
LIUtilities WinTask 5 Professional @ A True Review
HEXUS.net Review: Half Life 2!
Sapphire 9600 XT, remember that Half-Life 2 voucher? @ teamhardware.com
Vantec SATA EZ-Swap Removable Hard Drive Rack @ techniz.co.uk
Gigabyte Radeon X800 Pro @ InsaneTek
Altec Lansing AHP712 Headphones w/ Active Noise Reduction @ TheTechLounge
Akasa integral Series Review @ techniz.co.uk
Corsair TwinX1024 PC4400 CAS 2.5 (Review) @ ipkonfig.com
Thermaltake BigWater Liquid Cooling System Review @ The Tech Zone
HEXUS.net Review: NVIDIA's SLI - An Introduction
Thermaltake BigWater Review @ GruntVillE
[Nov-15-04] (0 Comments)
The entire waterblock is copper with a see-through acrylic cover. The copper
combined with the shiny acrylic is just gorgeous. The overall design of the
waterblock is well done and aesthetically pleasing. Four screws securely attach the
acrylic cover to the copper base. Two barbs are centered evenly for a symmetrical
look. Under the screw down caps are 5/16in prongs to attach the tubing. Between the
barbs you can see the pathway for the liquid cooling. In the right hand corner you
can see the small LED encased in the acrylic cover. The LED is blue to light up the
entire block. This waterblock is universal; with the included clamps it is designed
to fit Intel P4 socket 775, P4, AMD K8, and AMD K7.
Various News Items
[Nov-12-04] (0 Comments)
8Com digital bluetooth headset @ Rbmods
Beginners Guides: USB Memory Drive Projects & Tips @ pcstats.com
Making Your Own Window Appliquť @ ocmodshop.com
Beginners Guide To OverClocking @ OCIA.net
Thermaltake Big Water 12cm Liquid Cooling System Review @ BigBruin.Com
Samsung SyncMaster 710N LCD Monitor @ TechTastic.ca
Dual 2.5GHz G5 PowerMac Liquid Cooling @ overclockers.com.au
[Sep-07-04] (0 Comments)
Apple's dual 2.5GHz G5 PowerMac comes with a liquid-cooling solution as standard, to keep the heat under control without massive noise. An OCAU reader pulled one apart and sent us a few pics of the cooling system
bit-news CeBIT 2004 Part 3 @ Bit Tech
[Apr-01-04] (0 Comments)
...also from CoolerMaster comes the "Aquagate" an all in one liquid cooling system. Straight out of the box it can be used in one of three configurations. Here it is installed as a single unit taking up two drive bays...
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