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
The second part of our massive roundup is going to talk about 19 thermal interfaces that are included among the accessories accompanying cooling products.
Our today’s article is dedicated to a passive computer system designed for those who cares most about the acoustics and tries to minimize the noise at all costs. Looks like due to the new Nofen system, this is no longer such a big problem.
Today we are going to talk about two new coolers that differ dramatically from one another in price, design and functionality. But how greatly will they differ in cooling efficiency and acoustics? Let’s find out from our new article.
Our first massive roundup is going to talk about 26 different thermal grease choices that can be purchased individually, without the cooler itself. We are going to find out which ones rock and which ones fail.
A new cooler from the Japanese Scythe Company is their second attempt to design a universal and at the same time pretty efficient graphics card cooling system. Let’s see if they succeeded.
The company that has been selling mostly inexpensive cooling products decided to go high-end. Let’s see how successful their attempt to conquer the super-cooler segment turned out to be.
We are trying to answer the question whether another mass production liquid-cooling system will be able to outperform the CPU air-cooler at a much lower level of noise?
Today we are going to talk about five new CPU coolers from Akasa, Deep Cool and ThermoLab and will offer you a performance comparison of seven products on six-core AMD and Intel processors.
Noctua has recently launched an NH-C14 top-cooler that intends to become the best product in its class. Let’s find out if it is really so.
We continue testing 120 mm fans and today we are going to check out 32 models, which rotation speed exceeds 1350 RPM. We will check out their acoustic performance and airflow.
Today we are going to discuss 18 fan models with rotation speeds of 1350 RPM or lower. We will check out their acoustic performance and airflow readings.
Thermalright one more time pleased those who value efficient air-coolers with a new super-cooler. Read our exclusive review for details!
Today we are going to talk about a new graphics card cooler with a strange name and a very large fan. Please meet the new solution from Thermalright in our new review!
Today we are going to talk about 13 fan models from 9 different companies designed in 140 mm form-factor. We will measure their acoustic performance, airflow and study their ergonomics.
This review is going to talk about two excellent graphics card coolers for very hot and very noisy graphics accelerators.
We continue discussing the duel of the best cooling products for processors. Today a cooler from Thermalright will be fighting against the solutions from Noctua.
Thermalright is trying to regain its leading positions in the market by launching two new air coolers for central processors. Have they managed to accomplish their ultimate goal? Find out from our reviews!
After a pretty lengthy break the Japanese Ninja cooler comes before us in its third reincarnation. We are also going to talk about other two new cooling solutions from Scythe: Rasetsu and Mugen 2 Rev B.
What do you think, what does the today’s fastest graphics accelerator lack? Of course, it is an efficient and quiet cooling system. The Swiss Arctic Cooling Company solved this problem. Find out how from our new review.
This review will talk about two new processor coolers that differ only by their packaging and partially by included accessories.