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  1. S

    Buzzing noise from Msi Gtx 970 after I have been playing games.

    Hi. I have noticed a electrical buzzing noise coming from what I think is my Asus Gtx 980 Strix as the noise has only become apparent since installing it. It always happens after I have been playing games and the card is cooling down on 0% fan . It only usually lasts 2-3 seconds. It almost...
  2. saturn97

    AMD 290X Noise Test

  3. xelosia

    World's 1st CPU cooler with Active Noise Cancellation (Computex Taipei 2013 Prototype

  4. Skyguy

    NZXT Hale82 N 550W and 750W

    We're looking at the NZXT Hale82 N 550W and 750W power supplies, units that cater to the mid-range market by claiming to offer solid features and performance at reasonable prices. Let's take a closer look at these NZXT units and see if that's true. Click NZXT Hale82 N 550W and 750W | Pure...
  5. SamCR3

    7970 Making buzzing noise under load

    A couple of days ago, my 7970 starting making a buzzing noise under load (gaming or benchmarking). It's not the fan because the noise isn't there if I crank up the RPMs manually while not under load. Any ideas what it could be and should I start the RMA process? I did take off the shroud and...
  6. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 7750 Ultimate

    The Radeon 7750 Ultimate is a passively cooled card for the niche HTPC market that can still handle some light duty gaming on the cheap for consumers on a tight budget. Click Sapphire Radeon 7750 Ultimate for the full review.
  7. Skyguy

    Cooler Master Silencio 550

    The Cooler Master Silencio 550 boasts near silent operation, while maintaining good airflow for the components inside. This is accomplished by providing soundproofing on both side panels while the front panel door is vented. And a sleek finish and clean lines present a simple and elegant design...
  8. Skyguy

    In Win Commander II 1200W

    We're looking at the In Win Commander II 1200W power supply, a unit that comes with a military themed aesthetic, modular design, and 80PLUS Bronze certified at a current price of $220 that won't break the bank. Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1346.html for the full review.
  9. Skyguy

    GELID Tranquillo CPU Cooler

    Today we've got the GELID Tranquillo heatsink/fan setup, and a tube of GC-Extreme for review. Let's check them out. Click HERE for the full review.
  10. Skyguy

    Arctic Cooling Freezer 13

    Today we're looking at Arctic Cooling's new Arctic Freezer 13, the latest of their CPU cooling line. Could it be a successor to the venerable Freezer 7, known for its good cooling on the cheap? Let's check out the Freezer 13 and find out. Click HERE for the full review.
  11. Skyguy

    AeroCool F6XT Fan Controller and Shark Fans

    Today we’re looking at a couple of fan options to help with this ongoing balancing act; namely, the Shark fan from AeroCool. And as an added bonus, we’re also looking at their F6XT fan controller as well. Click HERE for the full review.
  12. Skyguy

    JSCO JNL-101K Noiseless Gaming Mouse

    Today we will be taking a look at a silent gaming mouse from QuietPC who specializes in quality solutions for silent computing. The mouse has a rather unusual name, the JNL-101K, but don’t let that fool you since it has a rather straightforward design. Click HERE for the full review.
  13. Skyguy

    Nexus Edge Full Tower Case

    One of Nexus’ newest offerings is the Edge, designed as a quiet chassis. It looks pretty darn sleek, and given the Nexus pedigree, we’re hopeful it will provide a good balance between cooling ability and low noise. So let’s take a closer look at the Edge and see what it brings to a...
  14. Skyguy

    CoolIT Domino A.L.C.

    Today we will be analyzing the Domino.....no, we’re not talking about that hot bounty hunter played by Kiera Knightly.....maybe next time. No, today we’re examining the latest cooling creation from CoolIT Systems, the Domino A.L.C. that makes an attempt to bring water cooling to the mainstream...
  15. grumpydaddy

    Radiators, fans, performance

    I've been digging around the sites for various info about the effect of fan speed (and therefore noise) on the cooling effect of radiators and have concluded that Going for a 2000 ish rpm fan setup gives me the option to slow things down when not under high load conditions. This decision seems...
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