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    Which case is good for a liquid cooling feature for controlling the heat?

    Which case is good for a liquid cooling feature for controlling the heat?
  2. joshjaks

    Question about motherboard heat issue

    Hey guys, this is gonna be a long one. Recently, since owning the r9 290s, when I would have a normal gaming session, my internet connection would start lagging out about 30 minutes in. It took me a while to figure it out but due to the heat coming from my 2 R9 290s and my 4.7 oc on my 8350, the...
  3. saturn97

    AMD 7990's Crossfired Heat Issues

    I built my friend Kevin a system about 4 months ago. The system included 2-HD 7990's in a crossfire config. He doesn't have at the moment money to install a water cooling system in this build. Ths bottom card at full load runs at 74 degrees C but, the top card runs at 91 degrees C at full load...
  4. killjoyjim

    Got my Universal gpu & heat sink's instaled.

    Heat sink's came today. What ya think?
  5. A

    Gtx 580 too much heat!

    Hi guys im new to the forums and i was directed here by Calemus. Anyhow my current issue is that my cards are running to damn hot atm! Under heavy load (arma 3) ive seen my cards reach like 80 c and while idling they are generally around high 60 c's or low/mid 70 c's. I am trying to figure out...
  6. Lee-R

    Strange Heat increase ?

    Hi all, thanks for reading. I OC'ed my pc sometime ago with your help (http://forums.pureoverclock.com/cpu-overclocking/16200-i7-950-noob-help-slightly-different.html) And she has been running 100% awesome since,....untill today ! I came in from work to hear the pc loudly working away and...
  7. easytim

    Best fanless heat sink for CPU - AMD 939 socket

    I'm wanting to use a fanless heatsink for this CPU, has anyone done this? AMD: Socket 939 Athlon 64 X2 (Dual Core)~ 4400+ MB: ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe
  8. L

    25% Increase in heat dissipation

    New Copper compoundA scientist discovered a way to cool semiconductors much more efficiently than a traditional copper-based heat-spreader can. Graphene Enhances Efficiency of Heat Spreaders by 25 Percent
  9. Skyguy

    Noctua NH-D14 SE2011

    The Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 is one CPU cooler that claims to offer a successful combination of strong performance while maintaining low noise levels. We know that Noctua has an excellent track record in producing successful heatsinks, so*let's take a closer look and find out if Noctua can produce...
  10. Kung Pow

    i7 950 OC Heat Problems

    I have recently finished my Little Devil build and am starting to overclock my 950. It is still in progress considering Lighting,Cable Management,etc etc but it is basically done^^ Here a quick pic of my results at this point: Here are also some with Lighting(which is still being...
  11. Skyguy

    Swiftech Polaris 120

    Swiftech, a world class leader in water cooling products has re-entered the air cooling market. It has been close to 10 years since Swiftech has manufactured air cooling products and believe it or not, some of their old product is still being used in OEM builds. Today we will take a peek at the...
  12. Skyguy

    Prolimatech Genesis

    We've examined Prolimatech's top heatsinks and found them to be very capable tower-styled coolers, posting some excellent results overall. And today we're testing its newest sibling, the Genesis, which offers a new "L" shaped design. Should be interesting to see how it performs. Click HERE...
  13. Skyguy

    Deepcool Gamer Storm and Ice Warrior

    For review, we've got the Ice Warrior, Gamer Storm, and their unique fans. They have performance in mind with a very strong desire for silent computing. Let's check them out. Click HERE for the full review.
  14. Skyguy

    XSPC RX360 Radiator

    XSPC is no stranger to us in the water cooling community. They are getting more recognition for their design and value performance products. The company recently released the revision of RX360, the high performance radiator line. And today we’re looking at it. Click HERE for the...
  15. Skyguy

    Akasa Nero - 1366

    Today we're testing the Akasa Nero, which offers Heatpipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology, a newer trend in tower-style heatsinks, and promises some efficient cooling numbers. It is Socket 1366-capable, and it is the first of several Core i7 coolers we'll be examining to test cooling performance...
  16. W

    Guys....why are my temps soo high? :(

    Hi guyss, once again i have another problem. Well.....i've recently just overclocked my computer, Q6600 @ 3.33ghz...I've done a lot of tests and everything thing seems to be fine and stable. But just one problem, why are my temps soo high? At 3.33ghz idle, the core temp is around 40-50 degrees...
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