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February 20, 2017

AMD Ryzen Wraith Stock Cooler Pictured, Specifications Revealed in Latest Rumor

Following up on the leaked image of trays of AMD Ryzen CPUs as well as an up close shot of the CPU, a new image of a chart with SKUs and specifications of the stock Ryzen Wraith Cooler have also popped up around the web.

Currently, there seem to be two coolers available. The Wraith Max cooler is designed for up to 140W TDP CPUs while the Wrath Spire is designed for 95W TDP CPUs. The Wraith Max looks to have at least two heat pipes that extend out from the base and into the heatsink. The Wraith Spire simply has a fan seated on top of a circular cooler. Despite being rated for up to 140W and 95W TDP, both coolers are quite compact. Horizontal footprint is rated at 105mm [...]

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June 16, 2016

E3 2016: Phononic Unveils Hex 2.0 Thermoelectric Cooler

When choosing consumer CPU cooling technologies, there aren’t exactly all that many options in the marketplace. For most users, an air cooler or an all-in-one watercooling loop is likely going to be your best option. Until now. The Thermoelectric cooling experts at Phononic is looking to change up the game with the introduction of their Hex 2.0 Thermoelectric CPU cooler.

From the outside, the Hex 2.0 looks fairly typical as it uses your standard twin tower design with a 92mm Sanyo Denki San Ace 92 fan sandwiched in between. At the front of the unit, there’s a 6-pin PCIe power connector, a 4-pin fan header and a microUSB port which should be the [...]

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February 10, 2016

Cooler Master Releases Hyper 212X CPU Air Cooler

Cooler Master continues to expand its renowned Hyper 212 Series CPU coolers with the release of the Hyper 212X.

The last update the Hyper 212 series received was the Hyper 212 EVO in 2011. While it’s still a fantastic budget cooler, 5 years is a long time without an update.

The Hyper 212X is looking to bring the Hyper 212 line into 2016 with a number of subtle improvements. Cooler Master has added a few “X” shaped indents on the heatsink blade to help improve airflow around the heatpipes. The fan has been updated to one that uses rifle bearings for improved lifespan – and now without the gloss.

Other than that, little has changed [...]

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January 14, 2015

CES 2015: Cooler Master Talks Restructuring Plans, 3D Vapor Chamber, CoolChip Partnership

2014 has been an unusually quiet year for Cooler Master. The computer component and peripheral giant who typically launches at least five to ten products every quarter hasn’t really made a whole lot of noise over the past year. As such, we were a bit curious to find out what happened to such a prominent force in the industry, so we took a quick trip to the Cooler Master CES suite to talk to Marketing Manager, Rajiv Kothari.

When we arrived at the Cooler Master suite this year, the suite was unusually clean, uncluttered, and relatively quiet. Here we met up with Rajiv, who spoke to us for a good hour about Cooler Master’s plans for the new year. As usual, [...]

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March 19, 2013

GTC 2013: PNY Shows Off Prototype Modular AIO GPU/CPU Water Cooler

As one of Nvidia’s biggest GPU partners, PNY also claimed one of the largest booths at Nvidia’s annual GTC event. Being one of the only companies out there with product lines for pretty much every type of consumer from gamer to enterprise, PNY had a ton of products on the show floor, one of which was a highly promising prototype of an all in one (AIO) CPU/GPU cooler.

Those familiar with PNY’s line of XLR8 graphics cards will also be familiar with the fact that water cooled graphics cards aren’t necessarily new for the company. Back when the GeForce 500 Series graphics cards were the hot new thing, PNY already brought to market an AIO water [...]

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January 29, 2013

Best CPU Cooler Roundup Review: Corsair, Cooler Master, Noctua, Phanteks, Zalman

Battle of the Titans

Up until the release of Sandy Bridge processors back in early 2011, overclocking was something generally reserved for only the most hardcore gamers and enthusiasts who wanted to push their systems to the limits. Overclocking required countless hours of tinkering and testing, which was generally a bit too complicated for mainstream users.

With the release of Sandy Bridge however, the landscape of overclocking has really changed dramatically. Significant overclocks may now be had with simple motherboard overclocking buttons or 5 minute adjustments in the BIOS, which greatly simplified the once complicated and confusing task.

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January 14, 2013

CES 2013: Zalman CNPS FX100 Cube Fanless CPU Cooler

Zalman has long established itself as a leading name in the field of cooling. This year at CES 2013 they showcased their new fanless CPU color, the Zalman CNPS FX100 Cube Fanless CPU Cooler, a winner of the 2013 innovation award. Compatible with almost all CPU sockets, both old and new, the fanless cooler aims to bring a powerful cooling solution without the added noise pollution of standard CPU coolers. Using a large amount of pure copper and aluminum heatpipes, the cooler transfers the heat from the CPU to the cooler and out via natural heat dissipation; however for users looking for additional performance, an extra 92mm fan can be installed to aid in cooling.

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December 19, 2012

Phanteks Launches PH-TC12DX Series CPU Cooler

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Phanteks launches PH-TC12DX, a U-Type dual tower heat-sink with four 6mm heat-pipes allows for optimal airflow and cooling. PH-TC12DX’s 6mm heat-pipes are linearly aligned and developed to have the least amount of air and thermal resistance. Incorporating P.A.T.S and C.P.S.C Technologies, PH-TC12DX delivers better heat dissipation and heat transfers. PH-TC12DX includes dual PH-F120HP PWM Premium fans to allow for higher performance and/or silent operation.

 

FeaturesPatented. P.A.T.S (Physical Antioxidant Thermal Shield) will greatly increase the cooling performance and reliability while deflecting other thermal radiation from other heat [...]
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November 1, 2012

NZXT Releases The Kraken!

 

Since the introduction of the closed loop all-in-one liquid CPU coolers a couple years back, more and more companies are jumping into the market with their takes on a constantly evolving product. The brand new Kraken series is NZXT’s induction into this field and they have packed some serious performance punch to tip the scale in their favor compared to the other contenders.

The Kraken X60 and X40 are the two coolers kickstarting this upcoming lineup and both are the first of their kinds. The larger flagship X60 will be the first 280mm all-in-one liquid CPU cooler while the smaller yet still powerful X40 will be the first [...]

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September 17, 2012

Phanteks Releases Ultra Low Profile PH-TC90LS CPU Cooler

Press Release Phanteks introduces PH-TC90LS, a new ultra-low profile thermal radiator. With growing demands for cooling in constraint spaces, the PH-TC90LS has a slim profile and provides efficient cooling. Enthusiasts with HTPC’s or multimedia cases can achieve maximum cooling while maintaining quiet performance.

The PH-TC90LS is 27mm tall (45mm with fan) and compatible with small form factor cases with a 45mm clearance. The three 6mm Heat-Pipes are aligned to ensure optimal cooling. The three copper heat-pipes are embedded for better contact and performance. The PH-TC90LS is made to ensure it has the least amount of air and thermal resistance. To prevent mechanical [...]

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