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Thermalright HR-02 Macho Review

Muddocktor takes a look at the Thermalright HR-02 Macho heatsink. This is a revamped version of a heatsink introduced last year, modified and with a new price point. The original HR-02 came out several months ago and was aimed at the silent computing market, because it was designed to be fan optional while still dealing with the heat of an overclocked processor. Mudd examines if Thermalright’s engineers did their job properly while meeting a lower price point… Read More

Thermalright MUX-120 Black Heatsink Review

Once again, I am looking at another high performance heatsink from Thermalright. They have been a consistent manufacturer of high performance air cooling solutions for quite a few years now and still are counted as one of the “go-to” manufacturers when considering the purchase of a high performance cooling solution for your computer’s processor. Today, I will be looking at the MUX-120 Black, which is a mid priced cooling solution that comes standard with a PWM fan and mounting hardware for both AMD and Intel systems. We will see today if this cooler is worth the $55 plus shipping that I paid for it or if there are more cost effective solutions out there in the bang/buck bracket. Read More

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

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

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