Today, I am taking a look at Thermalright’s new offering for the quiet computing crowd, the HR-02. There are many people out there that have to live very close to their computers and noise does bother some people. So Thermalright has stepped up to the plate and has given us an updated offering that can be used totally fanless.
The Gigabyte H55N-USB3 is one small board that is capable of some really big overclocks. I have always thought of mini-ITX motherboards as utilitarian in that people only used them if they had a specific reason to. Like me, most people probably never thought of small form factor motherboards as something that might be good for gaming, overclocking or benchmarking with, but Gigabyte’s mini-ITX motherboards are quite capable in all those respects, so let’s see what the H55N-USB3 can do.
After reviewing the H50 and H70 low cost liquid cooling solutions that Corsair is selling, I became curious about how well their other cooling solutions perform. Besides the above mentioned units, Corsair is also selling the A50 and A70 tower style heat sinks. The A50 seems to be budgeted at the lower end of the premium cooling scene and the A70 looks like it is being marketed more at the high end scene, in competition with the likes of Thermalright, Prolimatech and Noctua.