Cooling

Thermalright Introduces Frost Commander 140 CPU Cooler

Thermalright has just announced the Frost Commander 140 CPU air cooler. This dual tower cooler features a total of five 8 mm heat pipes and a nickel-plated copper base for superior heat transfer. The two included fans are a TL-C12 Pro G 120 mm front fan and a TL-D14X 140 mm center fan. Both utilize Thermalright’s S-FDB (Fluid Dynamic)Bearings and 4-pin PWM connectors. Overall dimensions are 140 mm long, 121 mm wide, and 160 mm tall. This places it in the average size for dual-tower coolers currently on the market. Read More

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Scythe Mugen 5 Black Launchs in US and Europe

The Scythe Mugen 5 Black Edition launched in Asia in early January while the U.S. and European market had to wait until March. The wait is now over. The Scythe Mugen 5 Black Edition features everything the original Mugen 5 featured, but now sports a satin black coat and diamond-cut logo. If that’s not enough, Scythe has also paired this versatile cooler with an all-black 120 mm Kaze Flex PWM fan. MSRP is $60 and is available through Amazon and all other locations that normally carry Scythe products. Read More

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EKWB Launches EK-AIO 280 D-RGB All-In-One CPU Cooler

EKWB recently announced the launch of its latest All-In-One CPU cooler, the EK-AIO 280 D-RGB. Powered by an integrated SPC style pump, it features a 27 mm thick 280 mm long radiator and a pair of 140 mm D-RGB Vardar S fans.  The water block utilizes a copper cold plate with dense fins and a frosted acrylic top with RGBs underneath for light dispersion. Pre-ordering is available now with shipping expected in the second half of February. The retail price is set at $135 with free shipping to the United States. Here is EK’s press release. Read More

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Scythe FUMA Rev. B Heatsink Review

Scythe has been around since 2002 manufacturing cooling parts such as heatsinks, fans, and accessories. So, they should be a familiar name to anyone that’s been building PCs in the last decade and a half. Today, we have Scythe’s FUMA Rev. B heatsink, a relatively small dual tower cooler that strives to increase compatibility over the larger, more traditional dual tower offering out there. The major change in this new revision of Scythe’s FUMA heatsink is that it now supports current CPU sockets from both Intel and AMD. Read More

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Alphacool Eiswand 360 Watercooling Kit Review

Today from Alphacool we get the chance to look at a very new product to the market, the Eiswand. This is a standalone watercooling kit with everything you need to get started! This kit is even friendly to those with small factor cases, as the radiator/pump/reservoir are all external and contained in one housing. Enough banter, let’s dig in and take a look at this kit! Read More

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Noctua NH-D15S Heatsink Review

Noctua has released its NH-D15S to stand alongside its NH-D15. The NH-D15 is a huge heatsink, a full 15cm wide. The NH-D15S looks like the D15’s twin, also 15cm wide. Where do the two differ? The NH-D15S is moved over to make more room for the first PCIe slot, and it comes with one fan, not two – this keeps the price down. Read More

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Zalman LQ320 All-In-One Water Cooler Review

All-in-one water cooling solutions are a highly sought after product for those looking to get into the water cooling game at an affordable price. As I’m sure most of our readers know, Asetek built all-in-one water coolers span across many different manufacturers and price ranges. Zalman’s latest Asetek built offering comes in the form of the LQ320, which sports a larger radiator than it’s little brothers – the LQ310 and LQ315. So, let’s have detailed look at this all-in-one solution from Zalman and find out if we have a viable option for your hard earned dollar! Read More