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Alphacool Eisbaer AIO Now Available in 120, 240, 360 and 280mm Versions

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German manufacturer Alphacool’s latest all-in-one liquid CPU cooler Eisbaer is finally available, giving users much flexibility in terms of options having 120mm, 240mm, 360mm and 280mm radiator sizes. Although it ships as an all-in-one unit, the Alphacool Eisbaer can be upgraded and integrated into a …

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Enermax Launches ETS-T50 AXE CPU Cooler

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Enermax has added a new tower-style CPU cooler to their line-up called the ETS-T50 AXE CPU cooler. It is available in both black or white colors, having the entire heatsink body color coordinated with the fan mounting, grill and fan frame through a thermal conductive …

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Silverstone TD03-SLIM CPU Cooler Review: The Fit (Almost) Anywhere AIO

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One of the good things about AIO CPU coolers is that you do not have to worry about component clearance for the most part on your motherboard. Since memory manufacturers have all but given up making sensibly sized RAM heatspreaders the standard,  AIO’s have become …

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Cryorig H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review: A Matter of Perspective

Cryorig H5 Ultimate

It was accepted for many years that Large CPU coolers were something you simply had to compromise with in terms of clearance, versatility and difficulty of installation. Thankfully, CRYORIG thinks it’s a matter of perspective and disagrees, offering a wide range of CPU coolers of …

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Scythe Improves Kabuto 3 Cooler for Compatibility

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Due to the increasd popularity of more compact systems, top flow as well as C-type CPU coolers have gained ground and manufacturers have been improving their design to meet tighter clearance requirements. Scythe’s Kabuto is the latest to receive such treatment with its 3rd generation …

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CRYORIG H7 CPU Cooler Review: Worry-free Compatibility

CRYORIG H7 CPU Cooler

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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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro Series AiO Launched

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro

Cooler Master has been busy streamlining their products over the past year but they have also made big changes to their all-in-one watercooling line, introducing the new Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro Series  AiO CPU coolers. The new CPU cooler series will be available in 120, …

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CRYORIG C7 CPU Cooler Review: On the Topic of Clearance

CRYORIG C7

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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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review: All Hail the Kingslayer

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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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Twin-tower CPU Cooler Scythe FUMA Announced

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Japanese cooling manufacturer Scythe made a bold statement in the announcement of the new twin-tower Scythe FUMA CPU cooler. FUMA means “immortality” in Japanese and the new cooler appears to be built to live up to the name. Six copper heatpipes distribute heat from the …

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