Taoyuan, Taiwan, May 30th 2023 – ENERMAX, an industry-leading force dedicated to designing extreme-performance computer power supplies and cooling solutions,...
We test BeQuiet's new ARGB cooler with Intel's i9-13900K, can it handle the heat?
DeepCool has created a great product with the LS720. Featuring the 4th generation of DeepCool's in-house water pump design, the LS720 provides cooling performance of up to 8c+ better than it's previous generation AIOs. At $149 it provides a great value, providing performance similar to coolers which cost $50+ more.
MSI's MEG CoreLiquid S280 has top tier cooling performance, and is one of the few coolers I would recommend for overclocking Alder Lake
Can a mid-range liquid cooler keep up with the king of air coolers? Read on to find out!
DeepCool’s LT720WH delivers top tier performance, keeping Ryzen 7700x under 95c even in demanding workloads
DeepCool’s LT720 WH is one of the few coolers capable of keeping AMD's Ryzen 7700X under TJMax in any workload – provided you don’t raise the power limits.
In most common workloads, the Freezer 34 is strong enough to run Intel's i9-13900k without any limitations at all. For those who run high intensity workloads, the Freezer 34 will provide ~91% of the performance of a high end AIO. While I don't have noise level numbers in this review, I can assure you it runs fairly quietly. For most folks and the tasks they run, Arctic's Freezer 34 is a good air cooler which provides more than enough cooling to run Raptor Lake CPUs.
Today we’ll be looking at Gamdia’s Chione M3, a 240mm AIO liquid cooler which features LGA 1700 compatibility. We’ll be...
I'm giving Enermax' Aquafusion 360 the Silver Award because it's a good value AIO cooler ($120 USD) that technically passes all of my thermal tests (a test only one other cooler has passed), but It fails to get the Gold award because the fans get louder than they should in the hottest of loads.
Phanteks recently announced that it is launching its very first line of of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. This new line which is not to be confused with the company's existing lineup of Glacier branded custom water-cooling parts, is called Glacier One.