Today ARCTIC released their latest graphics card cooler, the Accelero Hybrid 7970. As the name suggests, the innovative cooler is a hybrid between a closed-loop watercooling system and a normal 120mm fan, with the watercooler taking care of the graphics card's core cooling needs while the 120mm fan is cooling the RAM and VR chips.
ARCTIC has been full of surprises lately, as the company has been diversifying towards other segments of the market rather than sticking with CPU and GPU coolers, the products which the company became well-known for. One of the new market segments ARCTIC has been trying to penetrate concerns sound-related products, with the company releasing
A few weeks ago we tested and reviewed one of the most basic CPU coolers ARCTIC offers at this point of time, the Alpine 11 PLUS, which proved capable of satisfying basic user needs. Today however we are going to have a look at the nemesis of the Alpine 11 PLUS; the large tower
ARCTIC (formerly known as Arctic Cooling) has been a leading cooling products manufacturer ever since 2001. Today the company offers a wide variety of cooling solutions for CPUs, graphics cards and other components. However, even though ARCTIC is a popular manufacturer among enthusiasts, they did not limit their lineup to high end products alone.
Ever since 2001 ARCTIC (formerly known as Arctic Cooling) has been one of the favorite brands among (mostly European) enthusiasts when shopping for high grade cooling products. This is our first review of an ARCTIC CPU cooler in VR-Zone and it is not an article about a monstrous high performance cooler; instead, we are going
Back in 2011, Swiss-Hong Kong brand Arctic announced its entrance into the world of all-in-one HTPC's with their MC001. The company was satisfied with the market success of the first generation part and decided that the time has come to unveil its successor.
As the retail launch of Radeon HD 7970 approaches (January 9, 2012), the ecosystem is forming around the product: liquid and air cooling solutions.
Computex 2011 Round-up for both day 1 and 2. SILVERSTONE's TJ12, NZXT Pink Case, Noctua's Prototype Cooler and the PCCOOLER's W120 are some of the interesting things we get to see. The various casings, PSUs and coolers are sorted according to the different manufacturers for your convenience.
Arctic Cooling is set to release their new Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA Cooler. The three standard fans which are mounted on the cooler are hard to miss. Read on.
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.
Arctic Sound S151 Swiss based Arctic Cooling, manufacturer of popular heat-sinks and fans, has jumped on the audio bandwagon with the introduction of its Arctic Sound series 2.1 speakers – namely the Arctic Sound S151, S161, S361and S362.
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.
Swiss based Arctic Cooling, maker of computer accessories and peripherals (particularly heat sinks and fans), has unveiled the compact Arctic Hub. The uniquely shaped hub features 4 USB 2.0 ports, a 1.8m cable, and accommodates USB flash drives/ devices of various sizes and shapes at different angles. The Arctic Hub is covered by a two
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
Swiss based Arctic Cooling has launched the Accelero XTREME Plus VGA Cooler, adding on to its Accelero series of graphic card coolers.
ARCTIC introduces two new products into the computer hardware market: PC case, Silentium T11 and hard-drive cooler, ARCTIC HC01-TC. Details inside.
Summer is on its way, and it is high time to keep the heat away. Equip yourself with the new ARCTIC Breeze Pro and ARCTIC Breeze Mobile USB fans to stay cool whether you are at your desk or on the move.
Arctic Cooling has ventured beyond producing high-performance coolers and fans for processors, graphics cards and casings. Now rebranded as ARCTIC, they have launched a new ultra-slim keyboard, the K381, and two new gaming mice, the M551 and M571, under the label ARCTIC EQUIPMENT.
COMPUTEX TAIPEI brings together a disproportionate number of casings, power supplies and cooling products. SilverStone TJ11? Beefy 105A single +12V rail? Dual layer HDT heatsinks from XIGMATEK? See them all in this show report!
Swiss based Arctic Cooling has unveiled the ARCTIC C3 and C4, expanding its product portfolio. Read more…