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16 products

  1. Cooler Master Seidon 240M review

    Cooler Master Seidon 240M review

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    Are you a serial CPU swapper? Do you want custom cooling configuration software? This water cooler might just meet your needs.

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    Cooler Master Seidon 120M review

    Cooler Master Seidon 120M review

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    An impressive return to the water-cooling market by Cooler Master with a very capable budget liquid CPU chiller.

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    Cooler Master Blizzard T2 review

    Cooler Master Blizzard T2 review

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    Strapped for cash but still on the lookout for a well-built, third-party tower CPU cooler, that does a decent, quiet cooling job?

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    Coolermaster V10 review

    Coolermaster V10 review

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    In its attempt to bolt as much on as possible, we think Cooler Master has lost sight of simple efficient cooling. Installation is tricky and causes issues with memory. It's also overly noisy for the level of cooling it provides.

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    Cooler Master V6 GT review

    Cooler Master V6 GT review

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    Cooler Master's V6 is named after the 'V' pattern of its six heat pipes, and follows on from the well-received V8 and V10 models. The arrangement is supposed to help spread the heat about better than other designs where the heat pipes are in a neat row, and Cooler Master has the thermal images to prove it.

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    CoolerMaster Hyper 101 PWM Universal review

    CoolerMaster Hyper 101 PWM Universal review

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    This isn't exactly fair. CoolerMaster's Hyper 101 isn't really designed for the full fruitiness of an i7 920's LGA 1366, but it fitted our test system and was in the office, so we stuck it in. It's really meant for AMD K8, AM2/3 and LGA 755 and 1156 boards, hence the 'Universal' tag. It's a popular cooler and it's easy to see why given the price. The main rival is Arctic Cooling's Freezer 7, a similarly sized and similarly popular.

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    Coolermaster Hyper Z600 review

    Coolermaster Hyper Z600 review

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    As a passive heatsink, the Hyper Z600 fares much better than some of its rivals. It's unique 'X' shaped design and mix of radiator blade length aren't just for show: they've been calculated to improve heat dissipation in all directions, apparently.

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    Cooler Master Ultra Silent System Fan review

    Cooler Master Ultra Silent System Fan review

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    Good airflow, provided by quality system fans, is like sweet love for your PC. But this isn't the noisy kind of love, it's as quiet as it comes. With a diameter of 120mm and a depth of 25MM, this fan is capable of gulping gallons of air into your chassis.

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    CoolerMaster Geminii review

    CoolerMaster Geminii review

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    A cooler this big must be capable of bringing about a new Ice Age, right? Nope - this brute treated our CPU as well as its stock cooler did. But Coolermaster reckons its sheer girth means it'll suck heat away from RAM, mobo and GPU too

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    Cooler Master Mars review

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    The mothership has landed! Inside the PCF test rig, no less. This is perhaps the most curious, B-movie prop of a cooler we've ever seen, coming on like a hot air balloon from some steampunk fantasy

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