One of the best ways to keep the noise level of your high end gaming rig down is to look at water cooling options. Some of the all in one kits perform well but are still hit and miss. Putting together your own kit is more complicated but will give you much better performance, not to mention the great looks. One of the big names in water cooling parts is a company called Danger Den. With help from Acoustic PC we were able to update my old water cooling kit with the parts needed to keep our i7 930 cool.
FULL STORY @ LANOC (http://lanoc.org/review/hardware/cooling/3626-danger-den-water-cooling)
Cooler Master’s newest addition to their cooling range coincides brilliantly with the launch of the i5 and LGA1156 hardware. The i5 is the baby brother of the i7 CPUs and has a lower stock TDP of 95W and thus producing less heat. The Cooler Master Hyper TX3 aims to be very affordable and yet still perform well so as to provide sufficient cooling for the i5 range. With a good reputation that has extended into the cooling market, Cooler Master’s Hyper TX3 has high expectations. However, will corners have been cut in order to allow for the price reduction? Let’s take a look…
FULL STORY @ VERDISREVIEWS (http://verdisreviews.com/reviews/cooler-master-hyper-tx3-cpu-cooler-review/)