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Tag Archives: CPU Cooler

Hardware News

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.

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CRYORIG Reveals Crona 120 RGB Fan and H7 Ultra RGB Ahead of Computex 2018

A week before Computex CRYORIG reveals the Crona 120 RGB fan and H7 Ultra RGB Cooler tower cooler. The Crona 120 is CRYORIG's first RGB fan with an unconventional single sided fan frame design in exchange for an unobstructed fully circular lighting area. The H7 Ultra RGB is built on the best selling H7 with an upgraded 4 heatpipe system while also including a RGB top cover and Crona 120 RGB fan. Both the Crona 120 and H7 Ultra RGB will be on full display come Computex 2018 at Nangang Exhibition Hall.

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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Dark Rock 4 Series: be quiet! Announces Upgrades to Its High-end Air Coolers

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for twelve consecutive years*, announces its Dark Rock 4 series of CPU air coolers for high performance processors. Dark Rock 4 and Dark Rock Pro 4 keep most of their predecessors' near-silent operation and performance features, but also introduce innovative and optimized functions that ultimately produce the best processor cooling at extremely low noise levels.

Cooler Master MasterAir G100M CPU Cooler
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Cooler Master MasterAir G100M CPU Cooler Review

This year at CES we noticed a very interesting CPU cooler in Cooler Master's suite, it was the MasterAir G100M. The reason this cooler really caught out attention was the unique design and RGB lights. The cooler more or less looks like a UFO with some awesome lighting. Under the hood the G100M uses heat column technology that is 7X larger than normal heatpipes, a circular fin design, and a top-down air flow 92 mm cooling fan. The smaller size of the cooler also makes it very viable for mini-ITX builds. Let's get this cooler in our test system and see what it can do!

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Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe is really known for their air CPU Coolers, and we've tested a good handful over the past couple of years. Today we are checking out their Grand Kama Cross 3, which has a very unique design. While the design is a little unconventional, it might actually turn out to be a very effective cooler. The unique design is what Scythe calls their X-Struktur design that makes use of two large heatsinks, 4 large 8mm-thick copper heatpipes, and a 140 mm GlideStream 140 PWM fan. Let's see what the Grand Kama Cross 3 can do!

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