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Wed. Jun 19, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

As China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is set to issue 5G licenses in the near future, sources from cooling module makers have pointed out that they have received inquiries from telecom equipment clients recently to check on their inventory levels, signaling a potential order pull-in soon.
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Wed. Jun 19, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

The NT-H2 improves over its predecessor in many ways including being less viscous for better distribution, a new fine-tuned mixture of metal oxide micro-particles for lower thermal resistance and reduced bond-line thickness.
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Mon. Jun 10, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Today we are reviewing the newest Noctua cooler, it’s NH-U12A. There is little need to introduce the Austrian company as it’s one of the most recognized in the market. The official presentation of NH-U12A commenced on the 19th of March.
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Wed. Jun 05, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Bitspower partners with Hardware Labs to present an updated Leviathan series of radiators. This review examines the Leviathan XF 360, a triple 120 mm radiator that offers the Bitspower branding, multiple port options, and increased case compatibility compared to the Black Ice Nemesis GTX, while retaining the excellent thermal performance and build quality.
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Mon. Jun 03, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

This review examines the Bitspower Leviathan SF 360, a triple 120 mm radiator with multiple port options, and increased case compatibility compared to the Black Ice Nemesis GTS while retaining high thermal performance and build quality.
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Mon. Jun 03, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Today we look at Fractal Design’s brand new Prisma AL-12/AL-14 PWM fan, available in both 120mm and 140mm formats and with or without PWM support. They feature six individually addressable hub-mounted RGB LEDs.
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Sat. Jun 01, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Fractal has been absent from the RGB game as of late. Their latest cases don't feature any RGB lighting. A bit ago, Fractal announced their Prisma Series of fans. The series features both 120 and 140 mm versions as well as PWM and non-PWM. There are also two lines in the Prisma series, the AL (Addressable LED) and SL (Single …
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Thu. May 30, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

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"Akasa released the Turing fanless chassis, a passively cooled case that blends contemporary design with a striking top panel inspired by traditional Chinese window screens. Perfectly balanced in cooling performance and size, the 8th Gen Intel NUC fits comfortably in a small form factor space and is cooled with an aluminium fin array radiator.

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The case has a small footprint and can be set up vertically or horizontally. Optional feet can be attached to the bottom of the vertical setup. An optional second end panel can be added to the other end of the horizontal setup. It’s a perfect case for building your own Roon music server, NAS or HTPC.

Designed for 28W TDP, Turing supports 8th Gen Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors.

Connectivity includes USB 3.0 Type-A, an audio jack and dual IR microphone receivers on the front. Rear I/O features HDMI, TB3, two USB 3.0 Type-A and GbE.

The case is complete with antenna fitting holes, a kensington lock, and 2.5” SATA HDD or SSD support. Dimensions are 247.9 x 113.5 x 95mm."

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Thu. May 30, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

After the quite successful C7 and C7 Cu low-profile CPU coolers last year CRYORIG announced their C7 RGB model aimed towards the growing demand for RGB enabled peripherals and hardware components.

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Mon. May 27, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

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Alphacool has added years to the lifespan of their current CPU water block, the Eisblock XPX, by offering new versions and first-party accessories. We take a look at a nylon top version, which uses their patented ramp design aiming to optimize coolant flow and thermal performance, while retaining aesthetics as a high priority as well.

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Mon. May 27, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

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MonsterLabo The First is a PC chassis that is built around the largest heat exchanger we have ever seen inside a computer. Picture the heatsink used in, say, a large be quiet! cooler and then imagine something five times larger and you have a starting point for The First. This enormous heatsink is located in the upper half of the chassis and is connected via heat pipes to a CPU cooler and a GPU cooler, to which you attach your motherboard assembly and graphics card.

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Yes, you first need to remove the stock cooler from your graphics card and yes, you need to check the FAQs to see whether your hardware will fit inside The First. We would love to claim this is a passively cooled PC, however MonsterLabo sent us their Premium Package that comes with a 140mm Noctua fan so while this PC is very quiet indeed, technically it is not completely silent.

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Thu. May 23, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Compact but powerful and yet almost inaudible the brand new Dark Slim Rock by be quiet! doesn't disappoint.
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Thu. May 23, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

"The Cryorig H7 is a mid-tower cooler which stands 145mm tall and comes equipped with a single 120mm PWM fan. The H7 is built around three 6mm diameter nickel plated heatpipes that are swaged into a 100mm tall array of raw aluminum cooling fins. The fins feature a square-tooth pattern pressed into the leading edge which creates a sort of flattened hexagon face to the cooler, likely to help reduce issues with back pressure. The supplied 11-blade fan operates at 1600-330RPM and moves up to 49CFM at an air pressure of 1.65mmH2O according to manufacturer specs. "


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Wed. May 22, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Lots of people are starting to step away from Air coolers these days, myself included. With numerous All in One liquid coolers on the market, it’s hard to stay away from the performance they have to provide and let’s not forget the RGB. But Air cooling is still widely used among enthusiasts. Legends such as the Cooler Master Hyper 212 …
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Wed. May 22, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

be quiet! shakes up the mid-range air cooling market with their Dark Rock Slim. It not only offers solid performance and ultra-low noise levels, but also does so while looking sleek and professional due to the all-black design and lack of RGB LEDs, which will likely please many who are tired of gamer-centric offerings.
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Tue. May 21, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

Noctua makes some of the best performing air coolers we’ve ever seen! Today we are checking out one of their latest premium offerings, the NH-U12A. The NH-U12A is a single tower cooler that features a completely redesigned heatsink with 7 heatpipes and an increased fin surface area for superior heat dissipation. The heatsink is flanked on each side by Noctua’s flagship NF-A12x25 120 mm PWM fans. Noctua tells us that this cooler can rival the performance of many 140 mm size coolers while still offering better compatibility. Is this the new air cooler you need to be looking at? Read our review to find out!"
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Tue. May 21, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

be quiet! has always been well known for its high-performance air coolers, specifically within the Dark Rock range. It is from this lineup we have become familiar with huge, dual-fan coolers like the Dark Rock Pro – designed with both high performance and low noise output in mind. The new be quiet! Dark Rock Slim, on the other hand, offers a lot of the more premium features of the Dark Rock Pro, but in a much smaller package – and with a price tag of £49.99, a somewhat more accessible price point. Can it still offer the same experience we have come to expect from the Dark Rock family?
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Fri. May 17, 2019Topic: Hard Drives/SSD    PermaLink

Western Digital reintroduced their WD Black M.2 NVMe SSD back in January with the new SN750 model. I took a look at it and was impressed once again by its performance and pricing and it won an Editor’s Choice award. At the same time as that launch, they teased their 2TB model and a new SN750 that would have a heatsink those weren’t available yet.
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Well, the SN750 with the heatsink is available now and I’ve had one here on my desk and on the test bench. Today I’m going to check it out and see how it is different from the standard SN750. They share the same base SSD, so my goal today is to take a look at if the heatsink really helps and if so how much. We already know the SN750 is fast, but is buying it with heatsink worth it. Let's find out!

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Wed. May 15, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

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We review another be quiet! Dark Rock series cooler, this round the Dark Rock SLIM. With totally black looks the cooler comes with a single radiator, one fan and takes and all that offering cooling performance up-to 180 Watts of cooling power, enough for any modern processor and some tweaking of course as well.

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Mon. May 13, 2019Topic: Cooling / Heatsinks    PermaLink

The FSP CMT340 is not just a smaller version of the CMT510. While it offers the same essential configuration with four RGB fans, storage options, and build quality, the CMT340 scores with better liquid-cooling capabilities, slightly better cable routing, and excellent balance in regards to cooling, GPU, and power supply capabilities.
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