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Corsair Launches New Hydro Series H100i Pro Liquid CPU Cooler

Corsair, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today launched a new addition to its bestselling line of Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers, the CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i PRO RGB 240mm Liquid CPU Cooler.

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Thermalright Announces Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler

Thermalright has just announced a new variant of their Silver Arrow dual fin-stack, tower type CPU cooler for AMD's socket TR4, which is meant for Ryzen Threadripper processors. This cooler is capable of handling thermal loads up to 320W, so it will be able to support the upcoming Threadripper II models.

AZZA Hurricane RGB Fans
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AZZA Hurricane RGB Fans Review

On our quest to see who has the best RGB fans out there we have a new kit which we are checking out today from AZZA. It is their Hurrican RGB with Lumi controller. This 3-fan kit has a rather unique design as the RGB LEDs illuminate the actual frame of the fan rather than the fan blades. The Lumi controller is actually pretty cool and allows you to control these fans (both speed and RGB effects) with your phone! No more hard buttons to find inside of your case! This kit comes in at $69.99 so not the most expensive kit out there, but not the cheapest either. Let's jump in and see what this kit is all about!

Raijintek AURAS 12 RGB Fans
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Raijintek AURAS 12 RGB Fans Review

Currently in the realm of RGB fans there are quite a lot of different options to choose from. We are continuing our exploration of those different options with Raijintek's AURAS 12 RGB fans. These are Raijintek's first RGB fans and they feature an O-type LED ring around the frame which has your RGB LEDs inside. You control the LEDs and the fan speed of these fans via the included controller box. Being only $42.99 for the 3-pack with the controller these fans are one of the more affordable options out there. Let's see if they are worth it!

Raijintek Orcus 240 Liquid CPU Cooler
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Raijintek Orcus 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

We’ve mentioned it before and it’s still true today, the AiO market is jammed full with competition making innovation a struggle for even the most experienced Engineers and R&D teams. Enter the Raijintek Orcus 240 all in one liquid cooler. Immediately you notice the cylindrical device attached to the tubing and know that something is different here. While most companies are sticking with the tried and true pump on block combo the German designed and Thai built Orcus 240 (thank you Raijintek for the simple name) took the pump and placed it externally on the tubing. This left space for a reservoir/flow meter on top of the block and of course you also find RGB leds everywhere. No doubt innovation was at the top of the bill for this cooler, but let’s find out what that nets Raijintek in terms of performance, ease of use, and quality.

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