Noctua launches all-black HSF models
Begins with its three most popular designs.
Video: Raijintek booth tour at Computex 2019
High-quality water-cooling parts and monster cases.
Video: Lian Li booth tour at Computex 2019
Feat. O11D-XL, Odyssey X, and daisy-chained RGB fans.
Give away number five today for our voters - and on the cards is a power supply we've previously recommended - The PC Power and Cooling 750W. Click to see who's won!
We loved the Zerotherm BTF90 so much we awarded it cooler of the year, so as soon as its new bigger brother, the Nirvana NV120, became available, we had to know about it.
A new case mod has been unveiled on the interwebs, this one packing a massive 66 case fans which litter the exterior to provide the maximum in air cooling.
bit-tech has obtained some exclusive photos of MSI's new "HydroGen" waterblock that is due to arrive in a limited edition with its next generation Intel X48 motherboard.
Intel kicked off IDF Taiwan with a bang by introducing a new mobile quad-core CPU and two new mobile computing cooling technologies.
Those of you waiting for the new 65nm CPUs and revised heatsinks before you buy a 360 this Christmas now need wait no longer. The Falcon has landed.
The MSI X38 Diamond is arriving next month will have tons of features in its flagship product, including a revised liquid Circu-Pipe heatpipe arrangement.
After surviving some rather severe stress tests, it seems that the PlayStation 3 is almost immune to normal over-heating issues. Well done, Sony!
Not that you'd know Summer was here in the UK with the wrath of floods, hailstones and everything else but sun lately. If you are somewhere hot right now, this clothing mod might be just for you.
This week's polls are centred not so much around hardware, but modding: are cases with windows and lights still acceptable?
Also, we want to know how you listen to music on your PC.
Microsoft is finally addressing cooling issues for the 360, by sneakily adding a heatsink to the interior.
COMPUTEX 2007: Zotac is the latest vendor to turn up and start manufacturing Nvidia graphics cards. We have a look at what it was showing off at Computex.
COMPUTEX 2007: DFI is due to revamp it's LANParty range, and the northbridge is just the start of the impending craziness.
COMPUTEX 2007: Intel's 3-series chipsets and Robson technology come to Shuttle's next-gen XPCs, while the T-series is dispanded.
COMPUTEX 2007: Asus shows off its new M3A32-MVP with integrated memory heatpipes that will keep your memory extra cool, you'd hope...
A UK PC manufacturer has announced that the oil-based cooling systems will be on the market within a year...
CEBIT 2007: Corsair has issued a statement to us that clarifies the situation with its XMS2 Pro-series memory modules.
CEBIT 2007: The Commodore brand is back as gaming PC's, with some customisable cases, fantastic attention to detail and old school gaming at heart.
CEBIT 2007: Corsair has decided to disband its popular “flashy LED” XMS2 Pro-series modules in favour of moving to the newer, and more efficient, DHX cooling solution used on its high-end Dominator modules.
We've just got word that PowerColor is preparing to launch a couple of passively cooled Radeon X1950 cards in the first quarter of next year and we've managed to get hold of some info on them. Pictures enclosed...
OCZ has unveiled its PC2-9200 FlexXLC memory modules, clocked at an impressive 1150MHz. They come complete with a new copper and aluminum hybrid cooling solution.
Tom's Hardware has taken Intel's entry-level dual core Pentium D 805 chip past the performance of both the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 and the Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965 with a more-than-affordable cooling solution...
Scientists have made water roll uphill, leading to the possibility of an entirely pump-less watercooling system. Could watercooling soon replace heatpipes in laptops?
February 27 2020 | 11:00
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