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Archive for December 8th, 2019

Fractal Design new Kelvin Series Water Cooling System

Fractal Design new Kelvin Series Water Cooling System Fractal Design is proud to launch KELVIN, a uniquely Expandable All-In-One water cooling series. Available in three different versions T12 (120mm radiator), S24 (240mm radiator) and S36 (360mm radiator). Simple to install, silent operation, powerful performance and easy expandability define the Kelvin Series. The silent high-performance ceramic pump is strong enough to support considerable expansion, should you decide to include GPU blocks and/or additional radiators in the same loop.  The Kelvin Series water cooling systems are constructed from enthusiast class components. Both the CPU block and the radiator are made from pure copper, for maximum performance and an increased product life span with zero maintenance required.  All modern CPU sockets are supported by the versatile, easy-to-use mounting kit. Key Features Kelvin T12, S24, S36 The strong pump and the full-copper construction places the Kelvin Series water cooling system ahead of the pack in cooling performance. Easily Expandable system. Just open it up to get the full benefits of custom water cooling, with the ability to add any parts you want to the loop. High pressure pump provides impressive water flow rates even when an additional CPU or GPU water block or an additional radiator has been added to the loop. All parts have fully standard G 1/4″ thread fittings for compatibility with the vast majority of enthusiast water cooling products. The tubes ...



Enermax Liqtech 240 & Liqmax 120 CPU Cooler Review

All in one liquid cooling units are among the popular cooling solutions recently. With AIO units gaining popularity due to their cost to performance ratio, it doesn't come as a surprise. If we look back a mere 2 years ago, liquid AIO cooling units were few and far between, and only a hand of manufacturers offered this type cooling solution. However, today we find AIO units flooding the market, and selecting the right one can be a hard choice with so many readily available. Today are going to be looking at 2 units from Enermax that recently joined in on this market. We have the Enermax Liqtech 240 and Liqmax 120S AIO cooling units on the test bench. While choosing AIO units should be based on cooling performance, sometimes we find that aesthetics and software can be a deciding factor as well. Let's put both these units on our bench for testing today, but before we do that, let's talk about Enermax for just a moment.





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