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Introduction When it comes to processor cooling we have see many designs and platforms that are available at most finger tips. With the vast number of options available in the market, sometimes choosing the right one can be a task, though most of you will probably jump on the net and start doing a quick search on performance and aesthetics. We have seen many CPU coolers in recent years starting to get larger and larger to accommodate those who are looking for the ultimate in cooling. Especially for those who are going to be overclocking, most seem to think bigger is better. Then there are those who are looking for coolers that are smaller in size so they can squeeze it into a small form factor. Well today we are going to be looking at a cooler that has outstanding cooling in mind, packed into a slim profile. How well will this perform? Well… we are going to find out exactly that with the Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler. So without going into too much detail here let’s jump forward and take a closer look at what the Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler has to offer. Before we do that, let’s take a glimpse at who Titan is: TITAN TECHNOLOGY LIMITED was founded in Taiwan by a group of progressive engineers. With over 20 years of experience in manufacturing high-quality cooling devices, Titan has gained worldwide reputation for its achievements and expertise in the CPU cooling field. Titan’s headquarter is located in Taiwan with a branch office in Germany. The manu...
On October 24, 2013 in Fremont, California - Corsair announced the release of its newest cooler in it’s H series of coolers, the H75 .This cooler is designed for PC enthusiasts who want the features of the H60 but like the additional cooling offered by a dual fan setup. This unit will be released with an MSRP of $84.99 and become available in November. Here are the features and specs: Features and Specifications 120mm aluminum radiator 120mm x 152mm x 25mm Two SP120L PWM 120mm high static pressure fans 120mm x 25mm 2000 RPM (+/- 10%) 54 CFM 31.4 dBA PWM fan control for customizable cooling Support for AMD and Intel CPUs AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2, LGA 1156, 1155, 1150, 1366, 2011 Advanced copper cold plate and manifold design Tool-free bracket for simple installation on most Intel and AMD motherboards Sealed all-in-one design, pre-filled and maintenance free 5-year limited warranty
Once upon a time laptops were "as big as a house" and equally as heavy. Today they are ultra-thin and as light as a feather, yet they have all suffered from the same design shortcomings: poor cooling and poor audio reproduction. The cooling problem becomes more of an issue when you step into the performance and gaming realm. The thermals from a high end CPU and lack of innovative cooling solutions can make for an uncomfortable combination to have sitting on your lap. The industry has made some strides in audio reproduction, but for the most part, the sound systems of even the best notebooks fall short of creating immersive experiences. Most are flat and lack range, so that even watching a Youtube video is less pleasurable. There are possible solutions to these problems in the form of standard notebook coolers and add on speaker systems. Each of those have their own draw-backs outside of not being able to address both of your problems by themselves. This is what brings us here today. We have a combined solution in the form of the Deepcool M6 notebook cooling and sound system. The Deepcool M6 combines the form and functions of a standard notebook cooler with the immersive quality of a 2.1 stereo sound system. Has Deepcool solved all of these notebook/laptop woes?
Adding a second card to boost gaming performance certainly has its positives, but a few potential downsides can exist. Does it make sense to add a second HIS card or upgrade to a 7970 instead? Let's find out as we look at the HIS iPower IceQ Turbo in single card and CrossFire configurations.
The PowerColor 7790 Turbo Duo comes with a custom cooler cooler and a factory overclock that reaches over 1GHz. Cool and quiet, it looks like an enticing option for gamers on a modest budfget. Toss in Bioshock Infinite for free and we've got a great deal for this card.
Deep Cool is a company that may not be too familiar to everyone, but they've been around for a while and have a long list of cooling products including: CPU coolers, notebook coolers, HDD coolers, GPU coolers and fans as well as several other accessories. Deep Cool was kind enough to send us their latest CPU cooler for review - the Gammaxx S40. We always enjoy reviewing CPU coolers, so let's get to it!
With a custom heatsink that has a design with the fans mounted below the fins, the Calibre X680 looks different from most other models we've seen. Touted as a quiet solution for discerning consumers, the X680 also comes with an aggressive Boost Clock out of the box to provide a horsepower bonus as well. And for those who are cost conscious, it comes with a very competitive price tag of $490 as well, which is considerably cheaper than many competitors' custom offerings. Looks good on paper. Let's push onward and see if the Sparkle Calibre X680 can match up well in action.
Over the years we have seen hundreds of air coolers of various models and designs. From the smaller coolers to the larger twin tower coolers, performance is always a key factor when it comes to finding the right product. Today we are going to be looking to a new unique design by Thermalright. It is called the True Spirit 120m. Does it have the right aesthetic appeal and how does it stack up with some of today's coolers in thermal performance? That is what we will attempt to answer in our review today.
Today I have the pleasure of reviewing two new arrivals from the Cooler Master NotePal family of coolers. The first device is the Cooler Master NotePal I-100. It is a slim and light-weight device cooler that’s easy to store and carry. It features not only the slimmest design to date, but also the lightest as well. The NotePal I-100 also packs a powerful 140 mm silent fan complete with a cable management system that’s powered by a USB connection. The Cooler Master NotePal I-100 is available in seven different colors: White, Black, Blue, Red, Orange, Green, and Pink. It should fit right in with your laptop, notebook, or tablet color scheme, and is ergonomically designed for a better viewing and working environment. It even supports laptops and net-books of up to 15.4 inches. The second device we have on the test bench is Cooler Master's NotePal Ergo 360. It is a cooler that is stylish and rugged in design with a brushed aircraft aluminum style. It incorporates two 80 mm fans for efficient cooling along with superb low noise levels. It also features multiple height settings for ergonomic management and includes two separate cooling solutions. The NotePal Ergo 360 is designed to create optimal comfort for laptop users and could be the ideal companion whether you’re at the office, gaming at home, or on the go. It has the capacity for Laptops of up to 17 inches and also accommodate tablets with its versatile laptop stand. The Cooler Master Ergo 360 also provide...
The 7750 IceQ X Turbo is the latest value-oriented card in the HIS lineup, and it sports some great styling and an aggressive factory oveclock out of the box. Retailing for about $120, this card is rather affordable, and while we don't expect it to be a gaming powerhouse, it could prove very enticing to gamers on a modest budget. Let’s take a closer look at the HIS 7750 IceQ X Turbo and see how it fares.
Today's review here is a look at the non-reference Gigabyte GTX 650 Ti OC, a model that sports a custom cooler and a factory overclock for only $20 more than the reference design. We expect some good things from this card and Nvidia has been extremely successful with the Kepler products, so will this card measure up? Can it beat the competing Radeon cards? Let's dive in and answer those questions and more. Click through for more.
We don't often write enough reviews on PC water cooling heat exchangers. Often referred to as radiators or rads. However when an intriguing product surfaces on the market, we will jump on it. In this article we will be talking about the new AX360 slim profile high performance radiator from XSPC. The water cooling pioneer has a long reputation of producing solid performing products at exceptional prices. The company has stepped up to the plate in recent years to unleash some very nice water cooling gear such as the Raystorm CPU water block, D5 Bay Reservoir series and high-end water cooling enclosures for the die-hard fans. The AX360 should be a welcome addition in a long line of great products.
The Accelero Twin Turbo 690 offers a cooling efficiency the planet's fastest graphics card deserves. It provides 26 % better cooling performance and is 13 times quieter than the stock cooler. Next to the GPU a large heatsink for RAM, VR and bridge which lowers their temperature up to 24%. If you desire the best performance on your flagship graphics card, the Accelero Twin Turbo 690 is a must have.