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Silverstone Argon AR06 CPU Cooler Review: Prioritizing Silence

Silverstone Argon AR06

The Silverstone Argon series of heatsinks comprise of value-minded CPU air cooling solutions available in tower-style or heatpiped low-profile models. Of the three that use a low-profle design, the Argon AR06 is the more capable cooler equipped with four heatpipes compared to the dual-heatpiped AR05 …

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AMD FX 8350 CPU with Wraith Cooler Review: Stock Cooling Gets an Upgrade

AMD Wraith Cooler LED

Rumours of the AMD FX processor’s death has been greatly exaggerated. Five years old and still going  — ancient by typical CPU-age metrics but have newfound relevance with the rise of VR. Both the AMD FX 6350 and FX 8350 pass the SteamVR performance test …

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CRYORIG H7 CPU Cooler Review: Worry-free Compatibility


Figuring out which component is compatible with which electronically is hard enough as it is for casual system builders that the last thing one needs is to find out that their heatsink does not fit with their case or RAM module heatspreader physically after all …

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CRYORIG C7 CPU Cooler Review: On the Topic of Clearance


It is compatibility, not performance that is the top priority when it comes to low-profile coolers. This is why you won’t see me comparing $30 low profile coolers with dual-tower giant heat sinks. It simply does not make sense when the product class is not …

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Enermax ETS-T40Fit CPU Cooler Review: A Twist on a Classic

Enermax ETS-T40fit-BK

A direct-touch heatpipe design is the go-to solution for most affordable mainstream coolers with good reason; they are very cost-effective for both consumers and manufacturers. Applied to the classic U-shaped tower design, it has proven to be a winning combination. With the glut of competition …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review: All Hail the Kingslayer


If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. Nobody gets things right the first time and even if done well, needs change over time so a revision is almost always guaranteed to happen. It is not about striving for perfection because what that …

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Be Quiet! Shadow Rock LP CPU Cooler Review: When Less is More

Shadow Rock LP

Be Quiet! has been one of Europe’s best kept secrets for almost a decade now despite winning PC Games Hardware’s “Manufacturer of the Year” award repeatedly. A company known for reliable and silent operating power supplies, Be Quiet! also boasts a respectable product portfolio when …

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Noctua NH-D15S CPU Cooler Review: How the Best Got Better


Slim is in but large air coolers refuse to be fat-shamed out of relevance, adapting smarter implementations to ease their installation to match the convenience of smaller heatsinks. The Noctua NH-D15 released last year is one such cooler, fighting back against the trend of All-in-One …

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Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler Review: Balance Through Asymmetry


Not every big problem requires an equally big solution. Sometimes all the change required may seem miniscule but when executed correctly, can result in great gains and improvements. This is the approach Austrian CPU cooling expert Noctua has taken with their latest high-end C-type cooler …

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Reeven Ouranos CPU Cooler Review: Size + Smarts


There was a time when the prevalent design philosophy for CPU cooler design was “the bigger, the better”. That is no longer the case as users now look for smarter implementations that are much more convenient and functional than simply brute-force cooling. Smaller coolers present …

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