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214 products

  1. Enermax ELC240 review

    Enermax ELC240 review

    8  

    Some of the design elements are pretty clunky, but when configured in silent mode, this is a very impressive cooling kit.

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    Cooler Master HAF XB review

    Cooler Master HAF XB review

    8  

    The latest addition to Cooler Master's HAF range is a weird ol' beast, but we can't help but have a soft spot for its techie aspirations.

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    Antec GX700 review

    Antec GX700 review

    7  

    Inconsistent design choices aside, this ammo case-style chassis offers a lot to like.

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    Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 review

    Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 review

    8  

    When we checked out Nanoxia's Deep Silence 1 last month, we were deeply impressed by the German company's first outing in case design. Can the Deep Silence 2 repeat the same trick?

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    ThermalRight AXP-100 review

    ThermalRight AXP-100 review

    8  

    This diminutive chip-chiller is impressive. If you can't stretch to liquid-cooling, this is the way to go for compact chassis.

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    Noctua NH-L9I review

    Noctua NH-L9I review

    8  

    After all the huge tower fans we've looked at recently, it makes a refreshing change to be playing with something at the other end of the spectrum.

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    Fractal Design Node 304 review

    Fractal Design Node 304 review

    8  

    One area that has seen substantial growth over the past 18 months is the mini-ITX case market. The realisation that these mini-motherboards can be the basis for some pretty powerful PCs has started to dawn on people.

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    Reeven Kelveros RC-1202 review

    Reeven Kelveros RC-1202 review

    6  

    We haven't come across a Reveen cooler before, but that's hardly surprising as it's a pretty new company on the scene. The current flagship of its tower designs is this Kelveros RC-1202.

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    Sapphire Vapor-X review

    Sapphire Vapor-X review

    8  

    Yep, you've read the name right, Sapphire has plunged into the murky world of third party processor chilling with its Vapor-X CPU cooler.

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    Thermalright Macho Rev.A review

    Thermalright Macho Rev.A review

    9  

    Despite its chunky fan, this is not a high-performance chip cooler in the traditional sense. It's designed to keep your CPU cool, while producing very little noise.

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    Cooler Master Blizzard T2 review

    Cooler Master Blizzard T2 review

    7  

    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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    Fractal Design Node 605 review

    Fractal Design Node 605 review

    8  

    This case is aimed squarely at the HTPC builder. It supports all motherboard formats, from full-sized ATX down to teeny mini-ITX.

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    Spire X2.6011 review

    Spire X2.6011 review

    9  

    Spire is probably better known in the UK for cooling products rather than cases, which might explain why there's more than a little of the Cooler Master HAF series about this X2.6011 chassis.

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    CM Storm Scout 2 review

    CM Storm Scout 2 review

    7  

    The first CM Storm Scout was a dependable, surprisingly roomy case that didn't take up much space - all for under £100.

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    Deepcool Ice Matrix 400 review

    Deepcool Ice Matrix 400 review

    7  

    How much does fancy packaging matter? Ultimately, it can't be that critical, otherwise the Deepcool Ice Matrix 400 would have this thing completely wrapped up.

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    NoFan CR-95C review

    NoFan CR-95C review

    6  

    Silent, dustless cooling is an attractive idea,but this monster from Nofan proves high temps are unavoidable for totally passive coolers.

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    Thermolab Trinity review

    Thermolab Trinity review

    7  

    The ThermoLab Trinity looks like a pretty conventional cooler at first glance. A big fan, a large stack of aluminium cooling fins and some copper heat pipes. Same old.

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    Scythe Katana 4 review

    Scythe Katana 4 review

    6  

    Fans 120mm and larger dominate the enthusiast and overclocking market. What hope, then, for the plucky little Scythe Katana 4 and its 92mm fan?

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    Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid review

    Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid review

    8  

    Arctic Cooling has taken the bull by the horns and released a DIY liquid cooling kit, but this time not for a CPU - instead it's for keeping a graphics card cool.

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