Intel, 3M and SGI have partnered to showcase a new 3M-developed cooling fluid that can dramatically reduce costs, save water, and take up less space.
Are you a serial CPU swapper? Do you want custom cooling configuration software? This water cooler might just meet your needs.
This diminutive chip-chiller is impressive. If you can't stretch to liquid-cooling, this is the way to go for compact chassis.
Strapped for cash but still on the lookout for a well-built, third-party tower CPU cooler, that does a decent, quiet cooling job?
This is a serious bit of kit. Let's start with some of the highlights. Six copper heat pipes draw thermals from a polished copper cooling block and feed to two massive aluminium fin stacks.
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.
Fans 120mm and larger dominate the enthusiast and overclocking market. What hope, then, for the plucky little Scythe Katana 4 and its 92mm fan?
Keeps temps and noise under control, but the competition is smaller, more effective and cheaper. Game over
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.