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
Having skipped the 13th cooler series for understandable reasons, Zalman continues their product like with the 14th series of products and namely with the new CNPS14X model.
Today we will witness an exciting battle for the ultimate winner’s crown between our long-term favorite and a new CPU cooler from SilverStone.
Both these processor coolers are very similar to one another in many aspects: design, number of heatpipes, size and weight. However, their cooling efficiency is dramatically different. And our today’s article will explain why.
We are going to check out thirteen large fans that have come out in the last 18 months. Performance improvements, new technologies and special features will all be discussed in our extensive review.
Deepcool cooler with this intimidating name is very large and heavy, and on top of everything take over three PCI-E slots next to it and is quite expensive. However, its cooling efficiency is truly unbeatable. Today we are going to talk about the second revision of this remarkable product.
It seemed that the new Phanteks cooler had everything it takes to be a CPU cooling rock-star, except for one “little detail”: structure type. Unfortunately, the little detail had a big impact.
This Cooler Master cooler is not very expensive, but boasts quite a few interesting technical implementations. Will they be enough to make this cooler look good against the background of the price segment leader? Let’s find out!
Today we are going to talk about features and functionality of the fourth Thermaltake cooler from the Frio lineup. This time we will introduce to you the Advanced model. Our today’s review will talk about the differences between the new Advanced cooler and the previous three models as well as about the specific peculiarities of the newcomer.
The new cooler from Spire doesn’t strike you with its unique design or shocking exterior, but it is ready to deliver maximum efficiency.
CPU coolers have finally sported something new in their design. Although, I think, it would be more correct to say that it is more of a well forgotten old, rather than something completely new. Maybe it was a mistake to give up the vapor chamber technology a while back? Let’s find out with the help of the new Cooler Master cooler.
Let’s meet the most efficient and the quietest cooler from ARCTIC for AMD Radeon HD 79xx graphics cards.
Let’s meet the new cooler from Thermaltake, which is currently the most expensive and, most likely, the most efficient processor cooler they have to offer.
Is it possible to cool a contemporary GPU working at 1 GHz frequency with just a passive heatsink? Arctic says “yes” and our today’s review will tell you how to accomplish it.
Thermalright decided to take back the leadership in the air-cooler market by designing and releasing a cooler for the fastest and hottest six-core Intel processors.
Today we are going to talk about a new Xigmatek cooler and compare it against three very similar but at the same time quite different products from Thermalright.
Titan Company decided to join the ranks of the super-cooler makers and introduced a massive and ambitious CPU air-cooler. The cooler looks indeed very impressive, but will it be able to deliver high cooling efficiency at a low level of noise?
We would lie to introduce to you a new cooler with a very ambitious name and highly promising features set. Will it win the “Super” title or will get lost among a variety of efficient but not outstanding coolers?
Today we will talk about the efficiency and functionality of enhanced liquid-cooling systems from Swiftech that support all contemporary platforms.
It is possible to have it all: compact size, universality, superb efficiency and low noise levels? The new NZXT Havik 120 processor cooler will answer this question for you.
This is the story of yet another company that decided to follow the footsteps of Antec, Corsair and CoolIt and give it a try with a new compact cooling system.