Today we have the Enermax Aquafusion 240 up for testing, a 2 x 120 mm AIO liquid cooler with a little bit of RGB flair. Read More
Posts Tagged: AIO
Corsair has launched two new Closed Loop Coolers (CLCs) with the H100i and H150i RGB Platinum coolers. The new pair of coolers is said to have improved cooling performance and RGB lights across the fans and pump head over the outgoing non-platinum family. Corsair says this is the first Hydro series coolers to feature customizable RGB lighting on both the fans and the pump head.
ASUS already makes everything else, so why not AIO coolers and power supplies? Look out for all these new ROG products announced at Computex in the second half of 2018. Read More
These days, who doesn’t like water cooled computer parts? It’s a good thing too, EVGA’s latest version of the flagship NVIDIA GTX 1080 has a built-in AIO cooler. Coming in with a hefty overclock and the FTW PCB, this should be a real contender on the performance side as well. What do you say we strap it to the bench and put the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW HYBRID GAMING through the paces? Read More
It seems like everyone is getting into the All-In-One CPU cooler business these days. Even the well-established case- and accessory-maker NZXT has gotten into the act, offering the Kraken line of CPU coolers. The Kraken lineup comes with room for one or two fans, at 120 mm and 140 mm. They always cool well in reviews. But the updated line promise to cool quietly as well. So let’s have a look at the X31, shall we? Read More
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. Read More
In this review, we’re looking at Cubitek’s latest incarnation in the Magic Cube series, called the AIO (All In One). It’s an all-aluminum case with loads of potential. Let’s get this show on the road and see what it’s made of. Read More