Today we are looking at three CPU coolers from the folks at Xigmatek: the entry level Loki, middle of the road Gaia, and high-end Aegir. So join us today and see how these coolers perform on our Intel Core i7-930 test system and see which one fits your needs. With prices that range from $23 to $60 we have a HSF for everyone in this review!
Today we look at one of the newest offerings from the folks at Thermolab called the Trinity. The Thermolab Trinity is designed for balanced performance, low noise and good compatibility. It’s a Heatpipe Direct Touch cooler sporting a 130mm fan, so it should do pretty well from the looks of things. Join us to see how the Trinity holds up against more than a dozen other CPU coolers on our Intel Core i7-930 test bench.
Today we are taking a look at the Thermaltake Jing silent CPU cooler. The Jing is a dual 120mm fan tower cooler with being quiet and performing well as its goal. Join us as we stack the Jing up against a dozen other coolers on our Intel Core i7 test bench and also see how quiet the Jing is compared to the kings of quiet, Noctua.
Antec has been a maker of PC cases and power supplies for years. Now Antec has stepped into the world of CPU coolers, both air and water. Today we look at their second self-contained water cooling kit offering, the Kuhler H2O 920. Join us as we put the Kuhler H2O 920 through the paces on our Intel Core i7 test system and see how it performs.
Today we are looking at the newest addition to the Corsair Hydro Series, the H60. The H60 is the result of Corsair and CoolIT Systems teaming up. Join us as we see how this new cooler holds up on our Intel Core i7-930 test bench and up against the recently tested offering from Antec, the Kuhler H2O 620.
We at Legit Reviews are well versed in many Zalman products. Today Zalman has come back to Legit Reviews once again with the brand new ZM-F4 135mm Case Fan. Bolstering the standard quiet operations we’ve come to expect from Zalman, with an unusual diameter, we are eager to get this product into the testing room and really see how nice it is. Read on to find out if this fan can do what it says and to see if it’s right for you.
Antec has been a maker of PC cases and power supplies for years. Now Antec has stepped into the world of CPU coolers, both air and water. Today we look at the first self-contained water cooling kit, the Kuhler H2O 620. Join us as we put the Kuhler H2O 620 through the paces on our Intel Core i7 test system and see how it performs.
The Lamptron Fan-Atic 5-channel fan controller controls 60W per each channel with 3 different voltage output – 12VDC, 5VDC, and Off, which correspond to Full RPM, Low RPM, and Off setting on the fans connected to the controller. So you get full speed cooling capacity or low speed quietness at a flip of the switch. Read on to see how this fan controller performs when we put it to the test!
Today we are getting a look at the newest offering from Arctic Cooling, the Freezer 13 Pro. The Freezer 13 Pro is the newest incarnation of the ever popular Freezer Line from Arctic Cooling. Join us to see how it stacks up against coolers like the Zalman CNPS 9900 Max.
Lamptron is a company that only a handful of consumers may be familiar with at the time of writing this as they are a brand new company to the enthusiast scene of PC modding & gaming supplies. Lamptron already offers an impressive array of fan controllers with multiple control inputs. Today we’ll be giving the FC-8 a run through an array of tests to see if their newest control really performs as well as it looks. With 30 watts per channel, will the FC-8 be the last fan controller you need to buy? Read on and we shall find out.
Today we are looking at the Killer Whale Premium CPU cooler from Deepcool. The Killer Whale Premium is an all copper downdraft cooler with six heatpipes that weighs in at a massive 1.23 kilograms. Join us as we see how the Killer Whale Premium stacks up against coolers like the Noctua NH-C14 and Corsair A50/H70 on our Intel Core i7-930 test system.
Excessive heat is the enemy of all processors, and the Corsair Air Series A50 CPU Coolers sole purpose in life it to help extend the lifetime of your CPU by quietly and efficiently drawing that heat away. The Corsair A50 CPU Cooler can be found for just $20 shipped right now as well, which makes is a cost sensible upgrade for those still running the CPU cooler they got with their system. Join us as we put it on our Intel Core i7 test system and see how it holds up.
Noctua is known for their near silent fans, and the high build quality. The new NH-C14 we are looking at today is a top down cooler with twin 140mm NF-P14 fans and supports all of todays popular CPU sockets. Join us as we put the new NH-C14 on our Intel Core i7-930 processor test system at both stock and overclocked speeds!
Last week we looked at the Vantage A.L.C. from CoolIT Systems and today we are looking at their ECO A.L.C. 240. This is the first sealed kit water cooler with a 240mm radiator we have seen here at Legit Reviews. The ECO C240 A.L.C. retails for $124.99 and includes retentions brackets for Intel 775, 1156, 1366 and AMD AM2, AM2+, and AM3 CPU socket types. We look to see how it does on an Intel Core i7-930 processor at stock and overclocked speeds!