CoolIT has launched the WS 240 liquid cooling system for Nehalem-based processors. Measuring 117×277x125mm and weighing in at 1.03kg, the WS 240 comes equipped with a 240mm radiator (running from 1100-2900RPM depending on users’ requirements) and two water blocks. It is easily installed into most ATX chassis and is fully compatible with Intel LGA 775/1366/1156
ARCTIC COOLING has unveiled the ARCTIC F case fans. Available in 3 sizes (F8 – 80mm, F9 – 92mm and F12 – 120mm), these fans are equipped with 9 blades for higher airflow. Their unique “ninja knife” impeller design reduces noise level and significantly improves laminar airflow. Compared with standard 7 blades fan design, the
Thermaltake has unveiled the next generation of their award-winning SpinQ processor cooler, the Thermaltake SpinQ VT. Measuring 120.1mm x 159mm and weighing 495g, the SpinQ VT has 3 6mm diameter heatpipes and 50 spiral aluminum fins fused to a mirror finished copper base for efficient heat dissipation. An embedded 80mm fan running at user adjusted
GlacialTech has been appointed as Intel’s official partner in a press conference to announce the Intel P55 chipset and LGA 1156 Core i5 and i7 processors in Beijing. The event will showcase GlacialTech’s recently announced flagship F101 PWM CPU Cooler for the LGA 1156 Core i5 and i7 processors.
Thermalright has released the MUX-120. Measuring L133 x W38 x H160 mm and weighing in at 670g, it has a unique bent winglet design, minimizing airflow resistance. With its quad 6mm heatpipes and 48 pieces of aluminium fins, the MUX-120 is able to dissipate the heat developed efficiently with the bundled X-Silent 120mm fan.
GlacialTech Inc., has officially unveiled their latest CPU cooler, the F101. Measuring 143 (L) x 86W x 148 (H) and weighing in at 750g, the F101 has 5 heat-pipes working in tandem with a 120mm fan and IceTherm thermal Compound to provide silent, efficient cooling without compromising on performance. The F101 comes in 2 flavors
Arctic Cooling introduces the new Accelero L7, an exclusive Arctic Cooling solution for Sapphire. With its unique mounting system, the Accelero L7 offers full compatibility for both nVidia and ATI graphics cards. The embedded 92mm PWM fan is outfitted with a low noise impeller in a patented fan holder, thus reducing the vibrations generated during
Noctua has released the newest edition of its successful NH-U12P series of premium quality quiet CPU coolers. The NH-U12P SE2, similar to the SE1366 version, comes bundled with the Noctua NT-H1 thermal compound and two NF-P12 120mm fans. With its copper base, heat-pipes and aluminium cooling fins, the NH-U12P SE2 is well-built and continues the
Taiwan based Titan launches the TTC-G12TZ, a new cooling pad made of pure aluminum. Coupled with dual 70mm low-noise fans, it is a high quality thermal solution for laptops and netbooks. The dual 70mm fans embedded in the cooling base dissipates the heat generated by the laptops/netbooks quietly without compromising on cooling performance and efficiency.
Swiss based ARCTIC COOLING has launched the ARCTIC F PWM case fans. They come in 3 sizes (80mm, 92mm and 120mm) and incorporate the patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST). We reckon these fans will appeal to enthusiasts who have low tolerance for noise as these fans provide adequate cooling and improve the case ventilation silently.
Titan has recently released a new heatpipe cooler, the SKALLI (TTC-NC05TZ/NPW), providing support for Intel core i5 and i7 processors. The SKALLI builds on the strengths of its predecessor, the FENRIR (TTC-NK85TZ). With its two 8 mm “direct contact technology” heat pipes, it reportedly increases thermal conductivity by 20%, thereby increasing the over-clocking potential of
Thermolab, a Korean thermal solutions manufacturer, has released a new heatsink named BADA this week. For now, details are scarce. From what we gather, the Thermolab BADA heatsink is compatible with sockets 775, 1366, AM2/AM3 processors, weighs in at 597grams, measures 95x115x135mm, has a heat dissipation area of 6690cm2 and has three pairs of copper
The Swiss cooling solution provider ARCTIC COOLING today unveiled the new premium thermal compound ARCTIC MX-3 (4g). Its high thermal conductivity and non-curing nature make it one of the best thermal compounds for overclockers and gamers.
Been quite some time since this cooler is out. The performance is not bad compared to the popular Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme. Lets examine the cooler in closer details.
GALAXY unveils their Fan-Card design concept today specially for the GPU-Party GTX200 series graphics cards. Each fan-card is made up of 3 fans and takes up a PCI/PCIE slot. The card is separated from the cooler itself to avoid PCB bending. Check out more details next page.
Spire gave us a sneak preview of the new value Core i5 CoolWave coolers today. The CoolWave i5 Series consists of the CoolWave 5 and CoolWave 5 Pro to be available by late June. MSRP : Coolwave 5 $9.95 / €7.30 and MSRP Coolwave 5 pro $14.95 / €11.00
ARCTIC COOLING today announced the launch of the new Alpine 11 series for Socket 1156 Intel Core i5 processors. It is compatible with Socket 775 too. This new CPU cooler series consists of three models – Alpine 11 Pro, Alpine 11 and Alpine 11 GT. The Alpine 11 GT and Alpine 11 are equipped with an
ARCTIC COOLING releases the Alpine 64 Pro for AMD AM3, AM2+, AM2, 939 CPUs. The 92mm fan comes with PWM function, which controls the fan speed, and thus, lowers the noise level to a minimum according to the CPU load. It will be available in May 2009 for US$10.9 and 7.60€ (excl. VAT).
Noctua today introduced the new NF-S12B 120mm fan featuring Noctua’s SCD2 technology as well as a highly optimised blade geometry with bevelled bade tips. It improves efficiency by up to 10% over the predecessor. The NF-S12B is available in two versions: FLX version with 1200, 900 and 600 rpm speed settings and ULN version with 700/500rpm speed settings. The
Silverstone is well known among enthusiasts for its premium casings. Do their latest offerings, the Fortress FT01 and Raven RV01, live up to our high expectations?