Today we are looking at the most recent CPU cooler from Prolimatech, the Super Mega. The Super Mega is an updated version of the popular Megahalems CPU cooler that features a hybrid design that uses copper and aluminum. So join us as we put the new Prolimatech Super Mega CPU Cooler through the paces on our newly updated Intel Core i7-930 test system!
The recently released Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU water cooling kit is now the flagship water cooler from Corsair. The H70 looks like an H50 on steroids and it looks like the H70 is going to be a much better performer than the H50. Join us as we put the H70 through the paces on our Intel Core i7 LGA1366 test system and see just how much Corsair has improved its water cooler.
Today we are looking at the flagship air cooler from Corsair air series of CPU coolers, the A70. Join us as we put the A70 to the test on our Core i7 test system and up against coolers like the Thermalright Venomous-X and the Noctua NH-D14. The Corsair A70 is compatible with select Intel and AMD CPU socket designs, so don’t let the A in the product name fool you to thinking it is for AMD processors only!
Do you have an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 video card and want to have it run cooler and quieter but don’t want to make the jump to water cooling? Then you’re in need of an aftermarket air cooler. Today, we are looking at one such option from GELID Solutions, the Icy Vision VGA cooler. Join us as we put it on our GTX480 and see how it well it can handle the heat.
Today we are looking at another option for water cooling the mighty NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 video card. The aquagraFX from Aqua Computer comes to us all the way from Germany; join us as we see how it stacks against stock cooling and the GPU waterblock we recently looked at from Danger Den.
Earlier this year Thermaltake launched an air-cooled CPU cooler called the Frio. This cooler has a maximum cooling capacity of up to 220W and is marketed toward overclocking enthusiasts. What exactly can an affordable air cooler do for your CPU? Read on to find out as we test this $59 cooler at 4.1GHz on our Intel Core i7-860 powered test system!
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 graphics card from NVIDIA is known to run notoriously hot. Today we look at one way to tame the heat as we water cooler our GeForce GTX 480 with the Danger Den DD-GTX480 all copper version water block. We install the DD-GTX480 on our EVGA GTX480 and find out how much it can lower the temperatures and how much it can help overclocking as we push our card beyond what it could do on air cooling!
Today we take a look at Prolimatech’s latest heatsink creation. The Prolimatech Armageddon is a compromise from Prolimatech’s all-out Megahalems with the Armageddon taking up much less room without compromising performance. Between the flexibility of using 120mm or 140mm fans and the easy to use mounting mechanism, the Armageddon may just be the heatsink for you.
CoolIT Systems has been making self-contained water coolers for CPUs and GPUs for several years now. Today we are looking at one of their newest offerings, the ECO A.L.C. Join us as we put the new ECO A.L.C. through its paces on our Intel Core i7 test system and see how it stacks up against high end air and other water kits like the Corsair H50.
CyberPower has a sister company called XtremeGear and for nearly a year now they have been starting to get into some of the component business – keyboard, mouse, and coolers. Today we look at the Xtreme Cooler HP-1216 that offers comparable performance to some of the other big name coolers on the market. It has 5 direct touch heatpipes and the ability to do a push and pull fan set up, so it might be able to keep up against other brands!
Today we take a look at the newest cooler in the Zalman CNPS10x line up, the CPNS10X Performa. With five heatpipes and a high capacity 120mm fan it will be interesting to see how this cooler erforms on our Intel Core i7 test bench. Read on to see how it stacks up against its own predecessor the CNPS10X Extreme and more than a dozen other Intel Socket LGA 1366 processors!
Geared to support gamers and high-end enthusiasts in their battle against excess heat, the Thermaltake SpinQ (CL-P0466) CPU cooler features 50 waved aluminum fins — shaped in classic cylinder figure – spirally arrayed around an 80mm 1600RPM fan. The patented fin design is said to provide great airflow and can help keep your processor and motherboard components nice and cool.
The Thermaltake SpinQ VT is the latest generation of the original SpinQ cooler that first came out in 2008. With 3 heat pipes, 50 copper cooling fins and an 80mm cooling fan cranking out up to 86.5 CFM the SpinQ VT should be more than enough to cool your processor. Read on to see how it performs on our Intel Core i7 920 processor versus a retail boxed Intel HSF!
The Thermaltake Contac 29 CPU cooler has three large 8mm copper heatpipes at its base that directly contact the CPU for highly efficient thermal conduction. This sub $40 cooler is priced right, but how does it perform? Read on to see how it performs on our Intel LGA1366 test system compared to two other CPU coolers!