Noctua NH-L12 Low profile Cooler
Posted by: editor on: 26.06.2012 10:24:00 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Noctua are lorded as the best of the best when it comes to air cooling, they have had some slight misses with products but tend to be consistently high performance, quality, compatibility, and of course high price. Does the Noctua HN-L12 provide yet another winning formula for Noctua?, or is the NH-L12 a lack lustre addition to quickly capture the compact chassis market."
Tagged as: Cooler, Noctua, profile
A walk about Gadget Show Live 2012
Posted by: editor on: 14.04.2012 09:03:03 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "This year’s Gadget Show Live has gotten off to a flying start at the Birmingham NEC with last year’s attendees exceeding 100,000 organisers are anticipating even larger visitor numbers this year, and with over 100 companies exhibiting at this year’s show there is certainly stuff to see."
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Arctic Accelero XTREME Plus II VGA cooler
Posted by: editor on: 24.01.2012 12:25:24 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: " Today I will be reviewing the Arctic Accelero XTREME Plus II. This is a Graphics Card heatsink-cooler designed to cool even the hottest of cards – including my own Inno3D GTX580 OC, whilst remaining reasonably quiet."
Tagged as: Accelero, Arctic, XTREME, cooler
Gelid GX7 CPU Cooler
Posted by: editor on: 13.11.2011 08:47:57 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Gelid are another name on a list of companies who seemily have come out of no-where, but quickly raised to the top. Gelid have been around for nearly 4 years, and unlike many new companies in this industry, haven’t attempted to enter too many markets at once, rather focusing purely on HSF’s for CPU’s & GPU’s, Fans and Thermal Interface Material (TIM)."
Tagged as: Cooler
Titan Hati CPU Cooler
Posted by: editor on: 25.05.2011 03:52:14 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Titan have been “on the scene” for quite a few years now. Before introducing their Fenrir heatsink cooler, people hadn’t really heard of Titan, however that first cooler proved to be very very good! As such, I have high expectations for their latest cooler – the Titan Hati. It is smaller than the Fenrir, but Titan has more experience and research now, so who knows, it could be the next Fenrir?"
Tagged as: Cooler