NZXT HAVIK 140 Heatsink Review

The NZXT HAVIK 140 is the company’s first foray into the competitive air cooling market. It will be interesting to see if NZXT just cobbled something together or if they did some serious research into cooling modern CPUs. Read More

Lamptron FC8 Fan Controller Review

When we last looked at a Lamptron fan controller, it was their flagship/bling model the Lamptron Touch. They’ve gone the brute force route this time and sent us their new powerhouse, the Lamptron FC8. Read More

Evercool Transformer 3 Heatsink Review

Last time out, I reviewed the Evercool Transformer 4. This time, I am reviewing the other heatsink I received at the same time, the Transformer 3. We will be taking this heatsink for a test drive on my LGA1366 test system to see how well it stacks up against its older brother and the competition. Read More

NZXT Sentry LXE Fan Controller Review

The Sentry LXE is a touchscreen fan controller that’s very easy on the eyes, but is it all looks? I’ll be putting the Sentry LXE to the test with some high-power fans to see if this controller can perform outside of batting its eyelashes and rendering onlookers awestruck. Read More

Evercool Transformer 4 Heatsink Review

The Transformer 4 is the first heatsink I have tested from Evercool. It seems like their high-end offering with four heatpipes and two fans for a push-pull setup. This conventional tower style heatsink sounds like it might have what it takes to be a killer cooling solution. Read More

Prolimatech Samuel 17 Heatsink Review

Instead of the usual tall, tower-style heatsink we look at, the Prolimatech Samuel 17 is designed for micro-ATX and mini-ITX sized systems that lack the space for large cooling solutions. Let’s see if Prolimatech packed big performance into this small package… Read More

Asus Rampage III Extreme Board Blocks

I have been wanting to take a closer look at full board blocks for some time now and the Rampage III Extreme looked to be a good candidate, knowing several water block companies would be producing blocks. Asus was open to the idea and graciously provided us with a test board to beat on. But keep in mind, this is not a motherboard review but a look at water cooling the board and VRM’s and what is available on the market. Read More

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