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Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU Cooler  - Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU Cooler
Fri Nov 19, 2010 | 3:42P| PermaLink
In the hardware enthusiast market, producing both groundbreaking and high-quality products is something almost unheard of. Fortunately, Corsair, one of the most renowned memory, cooling, chassis, and peripheral manufacturers on the market, is a company that clearly understands those values. To reiterate that point, not too long ago water cooling was relegated only to dedicated computer enthusiasts, willing to dedicate a large amount of time and money to get the best cooling performance possible. Recently, manufacturers have begun releasing "all-in-one" water cooling solutions. Most of those have either been cost or performance prohibitive. Corsair's first self-contained water cooling product, the Hydro Series H50, completely changed that by being affordable, easily configured, and performing impressively. Now, Corsair shows that it not only understands quality and innovation, but that it also values product evolution. Closely following in the footsteps of the H50, the Hydro Series H70 promises even better performance through a beefier radiator, high performance copper cold plate, a low profile pump, and two fans for push-pull configuration. With the H50 still on the market, and the H70 costing roughly 24% more, is the extra investment worthwhile? Read on to discern if the latest addition to the Hydro series precedes Corsair's impressive reputation.

Thermaltake SpinQ VT - Review - Thermaltake SpinQ VT - Review
Sat Mar 27, 2010 | 9:03A| PermaLink
Finding a right cpu cooler could be as hard as figuring out what kind of spark plugs needed for your hot rod. As the CPU speeds race up almost every half a year we need to keep up with a new and innovative ways to cool them. Picking the right one could be a problem and the only way to find the best one out of the rest of the barrel is by going directly to the reviews. This is were we come in:).

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