Cooling

CES 2015: Captherm Shows Off MP-1240 Multi-Phase CPU Cooler

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Captherm’s products are the only consumer cooling solutions on the market to use a multi-phase design, which takes advantage of the change from liquid to vapor. What you can’t see in the photo below, is that the refrigerant is actually bubbling, so you can see the cooling power in action. Read More

G.Skill Officially Announces Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 Memory Kits

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With the rapidly approaching release of Haswell-E CPUs and X99 motherboards to support them, G.Skill has officially announced their entry into the DDR4 memory market. Beginning at speeds of 2133 MHz and climbing up to 3200 MHz, these kits will be available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB quad-channel configurations. The lower frequency kits will operate at an astoundingly low voltage of 1.20 V, while the higher frequency kits will need 1.35 V. You’ll also be able to choose from three different colors… black, red, or blue. Read More

Swiftech Announces H220-X AIO CPU Cooler Release

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Today, Swiftech announced the release of the H220 successor, the H220-X. The unit features Swiftech’s flagship Apogee XL waterblock and a pump that is integrated into the 240 mm radiator. We have a review sample headed our way, so stay tuned for that! Read More

Noctua Announces New Flagship NH-D15 Heatsink

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After years of supremacy atop the air cooling world, the Noctua NH-D14 will finally be replaced with a new flagship heatsink, the NH-D15 of course. This dual tower CPU cooler was announced just a few days ago and should be available within the next few weeks. Read More

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