Danger Den, working closely with NVIDIA, has immediate availability of the DD-GTX580 block to liquid cool the GeForce GTX 580, the world’s fastest DirectX 11 GPU. The DD-GTX580 block is a single slot solution cooling all of the major heat components including the GPU, RAM, power MOSFETs, and more.
Cooler Master, well-known amongst enthusiasts for its affordable thermal solutions, has announced the CM Storm Strike Force 19 Gaming Notebook Cooler. Measuring 490 x 354 x 74 mm and weighing about 2kg, the cooler features four USB 3.0 ports, a seven color lighting system, a mesh surface, and two detachable speed-adjustable 140mm fans that run
ARCTIC has unveiled the Freezer 13 CPU cooler, which the company believes will carry on the legacy of the renowned Freezer 7 Pro. The improved tower heatsink features four high-performance heat pipes, a 92mm variable speed fan and an easy mounting mechanism that is shared across various platforms.
ECS has introduced an exclusive software cooling solution that is both easy and intelligent – the ECS eSF Smart Fan Utility. Users can choose from one of the four available presets, or customize their own cooling profile.
HD3 Gaming Chill Mat Targus, manufacturer of computer equipment and accessories, has announced three new coolers.
Taipei-based Aerocool is preparing to release the Strike-X fan controller, adding on to its Strike-X series of products.
Japanese cooling specialist Scythe has released the new Slip Stream 120 PWM High-RPM (model no: SY1225SL12LH-P) case fan, a refresh of its popular Slip Stream PWM fan. Measuring 120 x 120 x 25mm and weighing 121g, the slim case fan features a MTBF of 30,000 hours, sleeve bearings, and adjustable fan speed (500 to 1,900
Liquid cooling specialist Swiftech has launched the MCP35X high performance pump, targeting hardcore overclockers. Measuring 60.96 x 60.96 x 34.54mm, the compact pump features a MTBF of 50,000 hours, a 12V DC power, G1/4″ inlet/ outlet ports for compatibility with a myriad of fittings, optional integrated reservoir, and adjustable operation speed (1,300 to 4,500 RPM)
Prolimatech has released the 140mm Vortex case fans.
Thermalright is readying the Shaman, its latest cooling solution for graphic cards, for release.
Zalman has released its ZM-SF3 ‘shark fins’ case fans, targeting PC enthusiasts.
Evercool has unveiled its Cross Flow system, targeting overclockers and enthuasists who is on the lookout for better airflow in their PC. Measuring 149.5 x 42.7 x 85.5mm and weighing 120g, the Cross Flow fits into a 5.25” drive bay and increases airflow in the chassis via a “Turbine lateral cross-flow fan design”. Bundled with
Xilence Technology Co., Ltd., manufacturer of components for cooling and noise reduction in PCs, has launched the A640 and M620 laptop/ netbook coolers.
The folks over at ARCTIC have just released their next thermal compound, the ARCTIC MX-4. The MX-2 and MX-3 were very impressive in terms of thermal conductivity, although some found the MX-3 a little hard to apply. The ARCTIC MX-4 looks to better the award-winning MX series’ cooling performance, as well as improve the ease
Zalman has released the VF3000F, its new GPU cooler for nVidia’s GTX 400 series of graphic cards. Measuring 239 x 98 x 51mm and weighing 430g, the cooler features a copper base, five copper heatpipes, dedicated RAM/ FET heatsinks, and is equipped with two 92mm LED fans that work at 1400 RPM to 3000 RPM.
Swiftech, founding father of the liquid cooling industry for personal computers, has unveiled the new H20 – 220 & H20 – 320 Edge “all-in-one” liquid cooling kits, targeting hardcore overclockers. Both cooling kits feature the Apogee™ XTL water-block, a MCR-X20 Drive (Rev2) radiator with two (H20-220)/ three (H20-320) 120mm fans, and a built-in PWM motherboard-controlled
Cooler Master, well-known amongst enthuasists for its quality chassis and after market cooling solutions, has announced the Choiix Comforter Lapdesk.
Swiss based Arctic Cooling has launched the Accelero XTREME Plus VGA Cooler, adding on to its Accelero series of graphic card coolers.
Taipei based Titan has released the TTC-NC25TZ (RB) low profile CPU cooler, aimed at HTPC enthusiasts and users of compact cases.
Japanese cooling specialist, Scythe, has unveiled the Rasetsu CPU cooler.