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UPDATED! This is a review of the Silverstone Tundra TD03 self contained liquid cooling system. The Tundra TD03 consists of a waterblock with integrated copper base plate attached to a small 120mm heat exchanger via 310mm long white FEP tubing. Arctic's Liquid Freezer 120 ships fully assembled, plumbed and filled. The whole system weighs around 942grams and installs onto Intel socket LGA115x/2011(-3) processors and AMD. The Scythe Mugen 5 Rev B (SCMG-5100) heatsink is a lower-noise tower cooler standing 154mm tall and equipped with a single 120mm PWM fan. The Mugen 5 Rev B is constructed around six 6mm diameter nickel plated heatspipes which are swaged onto an array of raw aluminum cooling fins. The Gelid Tranquillo 4 is built around four 16mm diameter copper heatpipes, a stack of ~40 nickel plated aluminum fins and a very unremarkable 1600rpm, 
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Tue: 12/11/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
"When it comes to RGB accessories for your computer probably the most popular over the past year has been fans. Pretty much every manufacturer is making them, but with so many out there it is hard to distinguish a good kit from a pretty terrible kit. We’ve already reviewed a handful of RGB fan kits and today we have Cooler Master’s flagship RGB fans, the MasterFan MF120R ARGB. These of course as the same suggests feature addressable RGB’s, which allow for even more customization. Are these the perfect RGB fans for your system? Read on as we find out!"
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Tue: 12/11/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
Today we tested on OCinside.de the new Arctic BioniX P fans in 120mm and 140mm. In contrast to the previously tested Arctic BioniX F120 and F140 fans, the Arctic BioniX P120 and P140 fans are optimized for static pressure, offer a 0dB mode and some technical improvements. We are curious how the fans will perform in practice.
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Mon: 12/10/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
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The Radiant boasts a supercharged set of 9 circularly mounted high-brightness RGB LEDs, ultra-durable Double Ball Bearing mechanics and a 3D optimized impeller with the newest Shark-Tooth Blade technology. Full-color RGB LED lighting, extreme performance and bold design make the Radiant a good mate for water-cooling radiators, advanced heatsinks and densely packed PCs.

The Radiant-D is crafted for modders and gaming enthusiasts. It adds programmable Digital-RGB control with individually addressable LEDs that enables variable color settings for each of the 9 LEDs installed and fosters a stunningly vivid RGB LED lighting experience. Along with the extreme performance profile of the Radiant fan series, all that makes the Radiant-D a perfect ingredient for gaming rigs and custom PCs.

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Fri: 12/07/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
"Expecting better revenue and profit performances for the fourth quarter 2018 than the third quarter, Taiwan's notebook thermal solutions provider Anli International is optimistic about market share expansions and bright business prospects for 2019, bolstered by deployments of multiple product lines, according to company chairman CK Hsu."
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° digitimes


Wed: 12/05/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
The Reeven Kiran is cool because it cools and looks cool.
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Tue: 12/04/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
Today we look at one of their new 120mm fan offerings, the BioniX P120. This new fan is optimised for increased static pressure, making it useful on heatsinks and radiators, while other refinements include reduced power consumption through the use of a Neodym-Iron-Boron-Magnet motor, decreased motor vibration with clever magnet placement and, perhaps best of all, an extended lifespan via reduced operating temperatures.
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Fri: 11/30/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
"Thermal testing shows that the cooler is well-suited for a daily driver system and the G100M can handle some light overclocking. For a small system build where you would need a low profile cooler that sees normal daily driver usage, this cooler is fine. As with any small cooler, especially air coolers, there are limitations. Under a full load with the i7-4770K CPU in the test system, the temps do bump the upper limit."


Thu: 11/29/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
The most notable change the LP MK.2 sees, however, is on the switch front. As the LP MK.2 is a lot slimmer, Corsair couldn’t exactly install the regular switches Cherry make, so instead, they’ve selected Cherry’s new low profile switch, will this have a negative impact on the performance?
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Wed: 11/28/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
"Small form factor builds are more popular than ever, especially with many people building these little powerful LAN rigs. The one issue when it comes to all small form factor builds is space. You are only going to have so much space inside that mini-ITX case and you might not be able to fit that AiO or large tower cooler in there. Don’t worry though, Cryorig has you covered with their C7 low-profile CPU cooler. Recently they released a Cu or Copper version of this cooler that features an all-copper heatsink design, which they say gives the cooler 15% improved performance over the normal C7. Is this the cooler you need for your mini-ITX build? Read on as we find out!"
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Wed: 11/28/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
"A lot of times when it comes to small form factor systems you want a small air cooler to cool off your CPU. While tower cooler have become extremely popular, there are not that many C-type coolers out there. Well Reeven has one in their Brontes CPU cooler, which is specifically made for small form factor systems with its 59 mm height, 4 heat pipes, and 100 mm fan. Should this be the cooler you get for your new small form factor build? Read on as we find out!"
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Tue: 11/27/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
After the Thermaltake Pacific W4 Plus and the Enermax NEOChanger review we publish today the Vlog for the installation of water cooler components, which we had recently streamed in full length on a partner twitch channel.
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Mon: 11/26/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
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Deepcool is a company that was built with the vision of providing the finest PC DIY solution for worldwide customers by constantly seeking innovative breakthroughs. To serve the gaming community with brand new air cooling experience, Deepcool brings out GAMMAXX GT TGA. As a member of TUF GAMING ALLIANCE, GAMMAXX GT TGA featuring sleek RGB lighting and optimized cooling performance provides gamers with all-new air cooling experiences. It’s not just cooling. It's DEEP, high quality CPU-cooling for optimal heat dissipation while fulfilling your desires for that spectacular RGB gaming rig.

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If your motherboard supports RGB lighting, then you can use software control by simply plugging in the RGB connector (included) into the RGB Header on your motherboard.

Premium all-aluminum housing featuring hi-tech visuals and RGB lighting. Provides a definitive visual element for your gaming rig.

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Provided with highly durable and enhanced backplate and clips and an all-new optimized mounting kit, allowing easy step-by-step installation. GAMMAXX GT TGA msrp: $44.99 USD

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Mon: 11/26/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
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ID-COOLING a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, announced AURAFLOW X 240 AIO water cooler, featuring the newly developed powerful pump and 12V RGB lighting on both the pump and fans at the same time synchronizing with motherboard RGB control.

AURAFLOW X 240 is equipped with the newly developed powerful pump which has the flow rate reaching up to 106L/H, lift range 1.3m H2O. The pump block has a micro-fin copper base to ensure the best cooling performance. Power connector is 3pin with a 3pin to Molex adapter to help ensure 12V constant input to ensure maximum cooling performance. It also comes with a standard 12V RGB connector.

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Solid connectors are used on both ends of the premium sleeved tubing, more reliable & performance efficient. Tubing length is 400mm. Inside the tubing is self-contained highly efficient and eco-friendly liquid coolant.

A pair of RGB fans are included. Fan blades are made of special lighting diffusing material to help spread the light evenly. Fan speed is PWM controlled from 700 to 1800RPM, pushing max. airflow of 74.5CFM each. Rubber dampeners on fan frame are provided to absorb vibration to lower operation noise.

The pump and two fans have separate RGB cables which can all connected to the RGB splitter, through which the RGB lighting can be controlled either by motherboard software or the included internal controller. The RGB splitter supports 4 devices at the same time, so users can add an extra RGB LED fan.

Universal mounting brackets are included. AURAFLOW X 240 is compatible with Intel LGA2066/2011/1366/1150/1151/1155/1156 & AMD TR4/AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+).

MSRP for AURAFLOW X 240: 79.99USD/79.99EURO.

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Mon: 11/26/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
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Cooler Master has announced the availability of two new air coolers. The Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition and the Hyper 212 Black Edition are the latest additions to join the company’s legendary Hyper 212 series.

Originally designed and manufactured by Cooler Master in 2007, the Hyper 212 has evolved with the market over the past 11 years and has remained one of the most popular CPU air coolers available to consumers. The new Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition and Hyper 212 Black Edition both offer an improved installation process from previous models with the same best-in-class performance for an affordable price. Designed with PC enthusiasts in mind, the new Hyper 212 Black Edition coolers keep with the familiar four heat pipe design of the original Hyper 212 and continues to offer direct contact technology for more thorough heat dissipation.

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The updated brushed aluminum top cover, nickel plated anodized fins and heat pipes, and metallic heat pipe caps give the Hyper 212 Black Edition models a premium, aesthetic appeal. The Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition comes equipped with the new SF120R RGB fan and RGB LED controller for lighting customization, while the Hyper 212 Black Edition offers users a more simplified look via the all-black Silencio fan with exclusive Silent Drive IC technology.

Both the Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition and Hyper 212 Black Edition will be available for purchase in North America, November 5, 2018, for a starting MSRP of $39.99 USD (RGB Version) and $34.99 USD (non-RGB).

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Sat: 11/24/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
Scythe has updated their long running Ninja series with the Ninja 5. It offers a solid upgrade over the previous iteration, featuring quality of life improvements like its increased memory compatibility and updated mounting hardware. Pair that with solid performance and a nearly silent operation and you have a winning combination.
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Thu: 11/22/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
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Japanese cooling expert Scythe presents the fifth generation of its popular all-round Katana CPU cooler. This new version comes with a revamped asymmetric heatsink design and total height of only 135 mm, offering unrestricted compatibility to mainboards and memory modules. The second generation of the Easy Clip Mounting System (E.C.M.S) assures a fast and easy installation process. Another key innovation of the Katana 5 is the newly developed Kaze Flex 92 PWM fan. It combines the high-quality Sealed Precision Fluid Dynamic Bearing with anti-vibration rubber spacers for silent operation and long lifespan.

The Katana series ever since the initial release aimed for great versatility. Scythe underlines this further with the release of the Katana 5, which offers optimum performance at compact dimensions and an advanced multi-socket mounting system at a competitive price. The fifth generation offers even more added value by incorporating a band new asymmetric heatsink design for unrestricted compatibility to both mainboard components and memory modules. In addition to that, all three high-quality copper heatpipes as well as the massive copper-baseplate have been nickel-plated for the fifth generation. This upgrade protects the copper from corrosion and lets Katana 5 look more unified.

Katana 5 is the first CPU Cooler that is bundled with the new Kaze Flex 92 mm PWM fan. This new fan is equipped with Scythe’s high-quality Sealed Precision Fluid Dynamic Bearing (Sealed Precision FDB), offering more quiet running and a long life-span of 120.000 hours. Transmission of vibrations is prevented by incorporating special rubber spacers in the corners of the frame. The Kaze Flex 92 mm fan is well balanced in order to suite the high demands of the majority of users. Thanks to the PWM support, it is able to flexibly adjust the fan speed from 300 to 2.300 RPM while operating at amazingly low noise levels from 7,3 to 28,83 dBA. This exceptional quietness is achieved without compromising the airflow, as the Kaze Flex 92 PWM is delivering volumetric flow from 11,46 to 83,04 m³/h.

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Being able to be easily installed on all major CPU sockets has been another key advantage of the Katana series. Katana 5 comes with already pre-installed Intel™ Push-Pin mounting clips, ready to be mounted on Intel™ sockets out of the box. Installation on AMD™ mainboards is equally simple, as users have to only replace the two brackets and the Katana 5 is ready to be fitted on the retention module. The improved second generation Easy Clip Mounting System (E.C.M.S) on Katana 5 assures a convenient and secure mounting process while supporting Intel™ sockets LGA775, LGA115X and LGA1366 as well as AMD™ sockets AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+ and AM4. The package includes the Katana 5 with the mounting clips as well as thermal grease and one Kaze Flex 92 mm PWM fan with the mounting fan clips. The new Scythe Katana 5 with the Model-No. SCKTN-5000 is available as of today with the MSRP at 23,50€ (VAT/Taxes not included).

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Thu: 11/22/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
The new Cyberpower Hyper Liquid Threadripper RTX system features a Threadripper CPU and an Nvidia RTX 2080 ti graphics card. As it fits within the Cyberpower ‘Hyper Liquid II’ range it also features a hardline custom liquid cooling loop for the processor – to keep the AMD Threadripper 2950X’s temperatures under control. The extreme 32 threads should make the Threadripper RTX system dominate in multi-threaded use cases like rendering, and paired with the 2080 TI should also excel at gaming, but does this parts selection justify the £3,900 premium price?
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° kitguru


Wed: 11/21/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
Featuring impressive looks thanks to both its RGB fans and pump and performance levels surpassing most AIO Liquid CPU Coolers released by Deepcool to date the brand new CASTLE 240RGB has nothing to fear from the competition
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Wed: 11/21/2018Topic: Notebooks    PermaLink
With Apple and non-Apple notebook vendors keen to launch slim models, magnesium-lithium alloy is expected to become an increasingly popular material for notebook casings, according to Jonathan C Lin, chief operating officer at Amli Materials Technology, a Taiwan-based supplier of light metals.

The growing adoption of magnesium-lithium alloy by notebook vendors is due mainly to distinct traits of the material, Lin said. He noted that magnesium is the world's lightest metal with a density of only 0.53 gram/per cubic centimeter, and magnesium-lithium alloy is the lightest commercial alloy, with density reaching only 1.48 grams/cubic centimeter, almost only half the figure of 2.72 grams/cubic centimeter for aluminum alloy.

Besides lightweight, magnesium-lithium alloy also boasts better intensity, extensibility, dissimilarity, and heat dissipation than magnesium alloy. The intensity of Amli's first-generation magnesium-lithium alloy adopted by Japan notebook makers reached 170Mpa, and that of its second-generation one has improved to 210-250 Mpa after incorporating aluminum, Lin disclosed, adding that the third-generation magnesium lithium alloy will be blended with rare earth to achieve even higher intensity.

But the cost for magnesium-lithium alloy is now still 2.5-3 times that of aluminum alloy, leading to lower penetration of the former in notebook production, according to Lin. But he said that the penetration of the new alloy is expected to pick up in 2019, when the cost gap may narrow significantly.

Magnesium-lithium alloy is also applicable to transportation vehicle and aerospace sectors, Lin said. Amli reportedly supplies the alloy to ISpace, a Japan developer of robotic spacecraft technologies, industry sources said."

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° digitimes


Wed: 11/21/2018Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink
We have just tested on OCinside.de the new Enermax T.B. RGB fan in 3 fan pack. The T.B. RGB fans are mainly based on the T.B. Silence ADV 120 fans, but they are enhanced by a stylish RGB lighting with its own controller, remote control and the possibility to synchronize them with the motherboard. We are interested to see how these fans will perform in practice.
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