Cooling

Arctic Freezer 33 eSports ONE Heatsink Review

Arctic has released the newest iteration of the high-performance inexpensive heatsink, the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports ONE. This is a direct contact (more on that term) 120 mm heatsink with four 6 mm heatpipes. You would expect that such a heatsink would fall far behind the six-heatpipe 140 mm expensive monsters you will find for sale from other OEM’s. But that expectation is incorrect. Let us explore the surprising world of the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports ONE. Read More

Cooling

Arctic Accelero S3 Passive Graphics Card Cooler Review

Today, we get a chance to review an Arctic branded cooler, the Accelero S3 Passive. As the name states, this cooler does not come with any fans, so it would be dead silent. Arctic overcomes forced air movement cooling by using a large heatsink surface and heatpipes to get heat away from the core. Clearly, something like this isn’t made for high end GPUs, but something in the mid-range area it is said to handle without a worry. I strapped the unit on the recently reviewed MSI GTX 960 Gaming, a solid mid-range performer, to see how it does. Read on for more details! Read More

Reviews

Arctic Z3 Pro Triple Monitor Arm Review

Arctic (formerly Arctic Cooling) has been around for well over a decade now and is synonymous with great cooling products. Back in 2010, Arctic decided to expand their product offerings well beyond cooling products and now offer home entertainment, computer accessories, and mobile device accessories. One of their new endeavors into the computer accessories world is their full line of monitor arms. Today, we’ll have a look at the Z3 Pro, which is capable of supporting three monitors up to 27″ in size. This should be a very enticing product for the gaming crowd, so let’s go have a look at the Arctic Z3 Pro! Read More

Cooling

Arctic Accelero Mono Plus GPU Cooler Review

I recently completed a review of Arctic’s Accelero L2 Plus, which is designed for lower-end video cards at a very attractive price. This time around, we are raising the bar by having a look at the much higher-end Accelero Mono Plus. Unlike the solid aluminum block found on the L2 Plus, today’s sample features a copper block and heatpipe design. The Mono Plus is aimed squarely at the enthusiast crowd, so let’s take this cooler for a spin and see just how well it performs. Read More

Cooling

Arctic Accelero L2 Plus GPU Cooler Review

Arctic is certainly no stranger to any cooling enthusiast, especially when it comes to graphics cards. Looking to improve on the Accelero L2 Pro cooler, Arctic has recently released their Accelero L2 Plus. This version of the Accelero L2 has a greater field of compatibility, along with enhanced RAM and VRM cooling capabilities. Read More

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Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo II and S1 PLUS Review

Arctic is well known for their cooling solutions from CPU’s to GPU’s and fans, they even make cases as well. Today Arctic has given us an opportunity to review the Accelero Twin Turbo II and the passive (optional fan purchased separately) solution the Accelero S1 PLUS. Both of these coolers can work with some of the newer GPU’s, think 6 series from Nvidia, and 7 series from AMD, and we will be testing them both out on the MSI 7870 HAWK. Read More