Wednesday, November 13, 2013
- 10:12 pm | Asetek to Demonstrate RackCDU Liquid Cooled 92 Node HPC Cluster. Asetek to Show Off Liquid-Cooled HPC Cluster at SC13
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
- 10:55 pm | Asetek Receives First Order of RackCDU Liquid Cooling System. Milestone Validates Demand for Asetek Liquid Cooling Inside Data Centers
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
- 10:50 pm | Intel to Offer Custom Cooling Solutions for Ultra Small Form-Factor Desktop. Intel to Sell Active Thermal Solutions for Ultra-Thin Designs
Thursday, July 4, 2013
- 8:08 pm | Graphene-Based Micro Heat-Spreaders Can Reduce Chip Hot Spots’ Temperatures by 25% - Researchers. Scientists Prove How Graphene Can Efficiently Dissipate Heat
Thursday, June 13, 2013
- 10:59 pm | Noctua Demonstrates World’s First CPU Cooler with Active Noise Cancelling Technology. Noctua and RotoSub to Launch Cooler with Noise Cancelling Technology in Mid-2014
- 10:55 pm | CoolIT Calls for Liquid Cooling Technology Standards for Servers. CoolIT to Present at International Supercomputing Show
As many as seven heatpipes, dual-array heatsink, two fans – will the new GELID cooler become a super-cooler today? Let’s find out.
Let’s take a closer look at the most efficient single-array tower cooler out there designed for six-core Intel processors.
Finally! A mass production liquid cooling system with realistic price tag outperformed not only the best air cooler, but also some of the best of its predecessors.
Larger radiator and a large 140 mm fan, fortified pump and longer tubing, user-friendly software for management and monitoring – will that be enough to outperform the best air cooler?
Evercool designed a cooler with a dual-array tower heatsink and one unique peculiarity. However, this wasn’t the reason why we really liked it. Read our review to find out why!
The well-known manufacturer of professional liquid-cooling components came out with their idea of an affordable liquid-cooling solution. Let’s find out how good it turned out.
We continue discussing mass production closed-loop liquid-cooling systems. Today we will introduce to you the top four products from the leading manufacturers – Corsair, Thermaltake and Zalman.
The mass production closed-loop liquid-cooling systems once again would like to attempt dethroning air super-coolers. This time, however, we decided to gather them together in a series of large roundups. Today we will discuss five products from Corsair, Thermaltake and Zalman.
It is the first cooler with a dual-array heatsink and two fans in the sub-$40 price segment. And I am not talking about some compact mini-cooler, but about a fully-functional cooling system with overclocking potential. Let’s find out what it is capable of.
The second revision of the Japanese Scythe Grand Kama Cross top-cooler had a very pleasant surprise hidden up its sleeve. Today we are going to unveil what it is.
Today we will talk about the peculiarities and cooling efficiency of two affordable CPU coolers. What are these modest-looking products capable of?
With almost a kilogram of aluminum and copper SilverStone designed a new cooler, which copes with an overclocked six-core processor without any fans at all! Please, meet the new SilverStone Heligon HE02.
Trying to regain the title of the most efficient CPU air coolers maker Thermalright stops at nothing. Read our review of their new SilverArrow offering!
Today we are going to review a very beautiful and stylish cooler from Zalman. No doubt, it will contribute to the holiday spirit, but will it be a good fit for an overclocked processor?
In an attempt to improve the legendary Archon cooler even more, Thermalright made a few minor modifications to their heatsink, provided a new fan and slightly changed the retention mechanism. Let’s find out how good it turned out.
Today we will talk about a very interesting cooling system for Hi-End graphics accelerators that combines the concepts of liquid and air cooling in one.
In the second part of our massive 120mm fan roundup we are going to discuss 27 fan models from fifteen different makers with rotation speeds of 1350 RPM and higher.
Let’s talk about not very new, but quite interesting new processor cooler from ARCTIC, which is currently their leading flagship product. Let’s find out how good it is.
Today we will talk about a product, which proved to be the best liquid-cooling system of all we have tested to date. Unprecedented cooling efficiency, low level of noise, remarkable attention to every little detail, simple assembly and adequate price – these are just a few of the many advantages the new product from EKWB has to offer.
This is the first part of our new large fan roundup featuring 120 mm models. Today we will discuss fifteen low-speed and quiet products.