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Scythe launches slim Mugen 4 air cooler

Cooling

Written by Carl Holmberg

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Japanese cooling maker Scythe has launched a new mode in the Mugen series; Mugen 4. Much like the competition Mugen has not only improved the cooling capabilities, but also simplified the mounting and slimmed down the design.

 

Silverstone presents water coolers Tundra TD02 and TD03

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

tundraClosed water cooling systems are more popular than ever, and case builder Silverstone has expanded its cooling series Tundra with two new models. Tundra TD02 and TD03 will tackle the competition with more efficient radiators and water blocks in a new unibody design.

 

Noctua launches quiet mini fans, 40mm and 60mm

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

noctuasmallNoctua is famous for its quiet cooling fans, but the company has often focused on large fans between 80 to 140 millimeter. The Swizz  manufacuters has now broadened its assortment with three new fans, whereof two are real mini models at 40 and 60 millimeter in diameter - still with a focus on low noise.

 

Arctic Cooling cools GeForce GTX 690 with two 120mm fans

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

twinturbo4GeForce GTX 690 is not just the most powerful graphics card on the market, it is also one of the hottest. Even if Nvidia did do a good job with the reference cooler there is room for improvement, something Arctic Cooling has done with Accelero Twin Turbo 690.

 

Arctic Cooling ready for GTX 660 Ti with four compatible coolers

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

arcti_cooling660ti2Arctic Cooling has now given us further proof of Nvidia's new mid-range card GeForce GTX 660 Ti being just around the corner. The cooler maker has confirmed that it has four coolers that support the new graphics card that is slated to appear in August.

 

EKWB preparing water block for MSI R7970 Lightning

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

ekwbsMSI Lightning is synonymous to overclocking and for the very best results traditional air cooling won't get you far. A new water cooler from EKWB is coming gång, tailored for MSI Radeon R7970 Lightning.

 

Noctua and Rotosub show fan with active noise reduction

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Those who thought innovation in air cooling was dead will have to rethink. Noctua has presented a fan with noise reduction developed together with Rotosub that eliminates pretty much all of the fan noise.

 

Koolance begins selling water block to GeForce GTX 690

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

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Koolance has now released a new water block for the graphics market and the cooling manufacturer has aimed for the performance leader from Nvidia - the GeForce GTX 690. With its dual GK104 circuits and impressive performance the card is a good candidate for new more efficient cooling.

 

Noctua NH-L12 cools in low profile

Cooling

Written by Anders Nilsson

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Noctua takes aim for the smaller formfactors where space is limited with the latest cooler NH-L12, where focus is on minimal noise and best possible cooling. The cooler is presented in a low-profile design where the use can limit the height to only 66mm.

 

CES2012: Zotac showed innovative and expensive cooling

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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It's never a good idea to wet your hardware, but Zotac has shown an exciting solution together with 3M. What Zotac had done is to cool a processor without any form of heatsink using 3M's special liquid.

 

ARCTIC cooling announces Radeon HD 7970 compatibility

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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AMD Radeon HD 7970 will become available on January 9th and despite better cooling it was relatively loud. ARCTIC has a new graphics card cooler coming that will be compatible with AMD's new flagship and three coming cards from the same company.

 

ARCTIC Freezer i30 and A30 cools powerful processors in January

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

spec_sheet_freezer_i30_111121_r0Arctic is launching two new performance coolers for processors that should appear in stores in January. Arctic Freezer i30 and A30 target Intel's and AMD's respective platforms and with 900 grams of cooling they should be very capable.

 

Prolimatech launches budget cooler Lynx

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Prolimatech are behind many high performance air coolers, but has now released a cooler for those with tighter budgets. The new cooler comes with a tower design, three heatpipes, a PWM-controled fan and an attractive price.

 

Noctua NH-D14 relaunched for LGA2011

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Noctua NH-D14 is considered to be among the best air coolers money can buy. Intel's new LGA2011 socket and Sandy Bridge-E will require new mounting brackets for cooling, which is why Noctua has relaunched the praised NH-D14 as NH-D14 SE2011.

 

ARCTIC release new graphics card cooler Accelero Mono PLUS

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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ARCTIC has made a name for making both processor and graphics card coolers for retail and has released a new product today. Its Accelero Mono PLUS is a graphics card cooler that promises high cooling ability, with five copper heatpipes and rather small format.

 

Zalman uncover new cooler for LGA2011

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Zalman was once a very popular brand when looking for coolers and fans, but the hard competition has reduced it to the shadows. It has now announced a new and very big cooler with three fans that are compatible with the new Socket LGA2011.

   

Intel show water cooling at IDF, working with Asetek

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

RTS2011LCdThis year's IDF (Intel Developer Forum) started with a focus on the coming LGA2011 processors and platforms. We have earlier reported that Intel has considered shipping Sandy Bridge-E with water cooling, and that all cooling would be sold separately. Both look to be correct since Intel has presented water cooling, that will be sold separately.

   

RotoSub demonstrate self-noise-limiting fan

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Our components require more and more energy and cooling. The technology with heatsinks and fans has been "standing still" for some time, but license company RotoSub looks to have the answer to the future of electronics cooling?

   

Thermalright releasing HR-02 "Macho" cooler

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Thermalright is getting to ship its latest cooler, a very macho cooler for real men. The cooler is called HR-02 Macho and will be a whole a new cooler with a sturdy design weighing in at 1 kg with fan. The fins are not very tight, which should mean it can work well with quiet fans.

   

Rotating heatsink could revolutionize cooling

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

sandiaSandia National Laboratories sounds more like a research company than a cooling manufacturer, and we're perhaps not surprised to hear that the Sandia Cooler is something out of the ordinary. Sandia has developed a patented cooling technology that eliminates the need for noisy fans in favor of a cooler that rotates at thousands of RPM. 

   

Prolimatech Megahalems and Genesis gets camoflauge to match ASUS Sabertooth

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

prolimatech_megahalemsCoolers are plenty today, but what happens when you take one of the best and try to match it to ASUS Sabertooth? Prolimatech has done exactly that with Megahalems and Genesis that will come in new shapes with colors to match ASUS Sabertooth.

   

MSI goes into cooling with Twin Frozr II

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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We see more and more graphics card makers release graphics cards with custom circuits boards and coolers measuring up to the after-market solutions. MSI has now chosen to make an entrance on the cooling market with the popular Twin Frozr II GPU cooler, and the first has the same design as the one found on GeForce cards from MSI.

   

Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo II launched

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Arctic Cooling Accelero and then Accelero Twin Turbo have been very well received among enthusiasts thanks to its broad compatibility and performance. Even though it can be hard to cool the literally hottest cards on the market, for example GTX 580 or HD 6970, it is still a popular cooler. Arctic Cooling has now announced the successor, Accelero twin Turbo II.

   

Arctic presents thermal glue, Arctic G-1

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

arcticg1Arctic has presented a cooling paste and heat conducting tape. Arctic G-1 is a two-component thermal glue where you mix two components and it results in a glue forming. Arctic says that the thermal glue will be easy to remove and should be an interesting option to heat conducting tape.

   

CoolIT launches OMNI A.L.C. water cooler for GTX 590

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

omnialcGeForce GTX 590 is one of the most powerful graphics cards on the market with its two GF110 GPUs and maximal power consumption at 375 watt. The card also offers tons of heat and now CoolIT has presented a solution. Its OMNI A.L.C. graphics card cooler uses water for keeping temperatures at bay.

   

Corsair rolls out H100 and H80 CPU water coolers

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

H100v2Corsair continues with the water cooling setups and launched two new Hydro models. Hydro H100 and H80 are both bigger than the precursors where the first builds on the length and the latter on the depth. As it should the coolers are closed system and ships with Corsair Link software.

   

ARCTIC launches new graphics card cooler - Accelero Xtreme Plus II

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Arctic Cooling, now known as ARCTIC, has released a new graphics card cooler for the most power hungry graphics cards on the market. Accelero Xtreme Plus II is compatible with most mainstream and performance graphics cards and brings some big numbers.

   

Alpenföhn Peter cools graphics cards with four 140mm fans

Cooling

Written by Anton Karmehed

AlpenPeter2Alpenföhn Peter has, besides a rather amusing name, some serious cooling capacity. The cooler is an orgy in aluminum and copper heatpipes capable of handling 420 watt and thus have no problem cooling either HD 6970 or GTX 580.

   

Scythe Susanoo - world's largest CPU cooler?

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Scythe has released a new creation that may very well be the single largest air cooler that has ever been intended to be used in a consumer computer. The idea is not only to cool the processor, but also the VRM section, memory, northbridge and the graphics card.

   

Alpenföhn preparing new extreme cooler - K2

Cooling

Written by Jacob Hugosson

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Besides the recently released graphics card cooler, Alpenföhn has announced that a new air cooler will come to compete against performance coolers like Noctua NH-D14. The cooler has a design that reminds us of NH-D14, but slightly "hotter" with eight heatpipes and bigger area with its wavy design.

   

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