German based EKL is preparing to introduce its K2 CPU Cooler, expanding its portfolio of performance CPU coolers.
Taipei based Evercool has announced Dr. Cool, the world's first cooler for routers and various IP sharing devices. Measuring 151 x 145 x 80mm and weighing 263g , the crab-like device is powered by USB/ a DC power transformer and features a 80mm fan that operates at speeds up to 2,500 RPM at 21 dBA.
EKL is preparing to launch the Heidi 2 VGA cooler, targeting overclocking enthusiasts.
GELID Solutions has announced the Slim Silence I-Plus CPU Cooler, targeting HTPC users. Measuring 95 x 93.5x 28mm, the compact cooler boasts a copper base, aluminium fins, a sintered copper heat-pipe, and is cooled by a 75mm PWM ball bearing fan that runs at speeds of up to 2,600 RPM at 27.8 dBA. The Slim
High performance coolers are an essential part for the systems of enthusiasts, especially those which delve into overclocking. Today we are going to take a look on a product from Xigmatek, an European manufacturer, the Aegir SD128264 CPU cooler.
Taipei-based Xilence Technology has announced the M608 Pro, adding on to its line-up of CPU coolers for PC. Measuring 143 x 136 x 129mm, the cooler boasts four copper heat pipes, a copper base, and is equipped with a 120mm PWM fan that operates at 500 RPM to 1,500 RPM.
Enermax has expanded its series of T.B.Silence fans with the addition of four new fans, the UCTB8A, UCTB12A, UCTB8P, and UCTB12P. The fans boast twister-type bearings with a MTBF of 100,000 hours, detachable Batwing blades, and "modular frames with aluminum rings" for stability. Available in 80mm and 120mm sizes, they come in manual or PWM
Swiftech, leader in high-end thermal solutions for the PC, has announced the Polaris 120, targeting overclockers.
Korean cooling specialist Zalman has announced its latest high-end CPU cooler, the CNPS11X Extreme. Measuring 132 x 80 x 154mm and weighing 600g, the nickel plated cooler sports two V-shaped heatsinks, five composite pipes, and is equipped with a 120mm Blue LED PWM fan that operates at 1000 ~ 1950 RPM. The CNPS11X Extreme, compatible
Gelid is displaying the GX-7, its latest high-end CPU cooler at CeBIT. The tower cooler has seven copper heat-pipes, 46 aluminum fins, and is equipped with two Wing 12 120mm fans operating at speeds up to 1500 RPM.
Japanese cooling specialist Scythe has updated its Gentle Typhoon fan series with the addition of three new 120mm fans. Available in 3,000RPM, 4,250RPM and 5,400RPM models, they boast dual Nidec Servo bearings, a MTBF of 100,000 hours, and stabilizing rings on their fan blades. The Gentle Typhoon High RPM series can be purchased from major
Korean cooling specialist Zalman has announced the 135mm ZM-F4 fan, targeting overclocking enthusiasts. Measuring 135 x 135 x 25mm and weighing 151g, it can be installed on 120mm mounting fan holes and has a MTBF of 50,000 hours. The ZM-F4 Fan can operate at speeds of up to 1,300RPM (at 26dBa) and is bundled with
Enermax is ready to introduce its new T.B.Silence fans and high-end CPU cooler at Cebit 2011 in Hannover this March.
Taipei based cooling specialist, Prolimatech, is preparing to showcase the Genesis – its latest high-end CPU cooler, at CeBIT 2011. Measuring 146 X 216.5 X 160mm and weighing 800g, the massive cooler boasts six 6mm heatpipes, two aluminum heatsinks, and supports up to three 140mm/ 120mm spinners. Its low height and two heatsinks allow "high
German based EKL will be introducing its Alpenföhn Peter high-performance VGA cooler at CeBIT 2011 this coming March.
Thermaltake has announced the Frio OCK (OverClocker Kings) CPU cooler, targeting hardcore overclockers. Measuring 143 x 136.8 x 158.4mm and weighing 1,093g, the dual tower cooler features a copper base, 0.4mm aluminum fins, six U-Shaped 6mm copper heat-pipes, and is cooled by two speed-adjustable 130mm fans that run at speeds of up to 2,100RPM
Arctic Cooling has unveiled the Freezer 13 Pro CPU cooler, promising improved performance over its predecessor, the Freezer 13 that was launched in October 2010.
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Scythe Co., Ltd, has revived the discontinued Mine CPU cooler with the release of its high-performance Mine 2 CPU Cooler (SCMN-2000). Measuring 130 x 143 x 160mm and weighing 1,150g, the cooler boasts eight copper heatpipes, dual aluminum heatsink towers, a F.M.S.B.3 (Flip Mount Super Back-plate 3) System, and supports up to three fans.
At VR-Zone.com, we continuously strive to provide you with the highest quality and most accurate product reviews. You can certainly test a cooler by installing it on a CPU or a GPU, yet this is not a very professional method for various reasons. The differences between the processors, the rather inaccurate motherboard readings and the