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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.

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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!

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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.

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CoolClouds, a US-based cooling company founded by a Georgia Tech professor and a former manager of a thermal research group at Intel Labs, wants to turn the world of PC cooling upside down. In Q1 2014, CoolClouds plans to begin production on its first consumer product, SuprCool PC. The cooler is aimed squarely at overclockers and gamers aiming for the very best thermal performance. They claim the hybrid water/air heatsink will be the first on the market to cool down 300w.

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Well-known manufacturer of water cooling parts EK Water Blocks has announced a full-cover water block for the Asus Maximus VI Extreme high-end Z87 motherboard. The new part is made of a copper base and acetal top.

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Today’s market for CPU cooling is submerged by a wave of all-in-one liquid coolers. Well-known manufacturer of computer cooling systems Zalman is going against the tide by introducing a cooler that sets itself apart in a sea of AIO coolers that look pretty much all the same.

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New pictures of the upcoming HR-22 CPU cooler have hit the web. Thermalright’s new flagship heatsink is meant to be the successor of their already big HR-02 and is said to bring improvements in the cooling and compatibility departments, notably for use with tall memory modules.

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One of the first stops was Zalman, who showcased over 120 products including everything from coolers, cases, video cards, power supplies to desk lamps.

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Swiftech presents their H220 All In One water cooling system, bridging the gap between all in one and full custom setups!

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Shortly after arriving in Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon, we paid a visit to Enermax’s suite at the beautiful Aria Resort. On display were of course power supplies, fans and cases of all colors, shapes and sizes.

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