Here at ProClockers, we take computer cooling seriously. We have a growing library of Cooling Reviews including cpu cooler reviews, notebook cooler reviews, and computer case fan reviews. Cooling is a crucial part of overclocking a system, so we will be sure to let you know what to buy and what to avoid when cooling your new rig. You can also find reviews on fan controllers, water cooling kits, gpu cooling, and other computer cooling accessories.
ID Cooling, makers of the very impressive T60-SFX mini-ITX chassis we reviewed late last year, also provides cooling solutions for desktop computers such as chassis fans and CPU coolers. Today, we will be looking at two of their CPU coolers under the SE series. These two coolers have the ever popular red and black 'gaming' theme. How well will these two perform against some of the coolers we reviewed earlier? Read on and know more.
EK has designed the Supremacy MX as a reduced cost variant of their Supremacy EVO flagship performance water block, which was introduced in 2014. The EK Supremacy EVO is the basis for the design of the EK Supreme MX and is designed to yield very similar performance. In order to reduce the cost, EK has chosen to make some changes to the design. The original machined acrylic or acetyl top has been replaced with a cast equivalent, only one insert, jet plate combination is included, only a mounting mechanism for a specific socket is included, and the cold plate is only available in copper
Thermaltake is a rather well-known name in the industry; they make a variety of high-end components for the enthusiast. The NiC L32 is marketed as a non-interference cooler, meaning that they’ve strived to make sure it doesn’t block any of your other components from being installed. It’s meant for being used with high-end RAM that has the ability to be overclocked to the limits. With three solid 8mm heat pipes, and equipped with a single 140mm PWM fan, it supports processors up to 180W TDP.
Today we are taking a look at one of Hardware Labs older products, Black Ice GTX Gen Two Xtreme 360. The Black Ice GTX Gen Two Xtreme is a continuation of the original GTX line. Featuring a massive 54mm thickness and a high gloss black finish, that set it apart from the crowded radiator market.
Today we are taking a look at one of Hardware Labs newest products, Black Ice SR2 240. The Black Ice SR2 is a continuation of the original SR1 line. Featuring a massive 60mm thickness and a carbon black finish, it is hard to miss. Sculpted sides and a unique end tank design set it apart from the crowded radiator market.
The MaxGuide 6 is a more industrial looking, minimalistic design fan controller for your computer. It fits in an optical bay, and would look right at home with quite a few cases out there. It’s a no nonsense kind of controller, with a ‘low’ and a ‘high’ indicator, knobs, and a red LED which lights up when a fan is plugged in. With a total of 6 channels that are able to output between 5 and 12 volts on the fans, and has 5 watts per channel; output max is 1.0A.
Cryorig recently released a new CPU cooler, the Cryorig H7. It is a single tower cooler and it uses the Hive fin design Cryorig introduced first with the H5 cooler. This cooler also promises good compatibility to both Intel and AMD platform motherboards except for Intel's 2011 and 2011-3 platform. Aside from the Hive fin design, Cryorig also introduces the X-Bar quick mount system for faster and easier cooler mounting. The H7 will also be bundled with a new fan, the QF120 Balanced 120mm 330~1600 RPM PWM fan with Quad Air Inlet technology which is another new thing from Cryorig. Let's check all these features as we review the Cryorig H7 today.