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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. 

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, August 15, 2016 - 8:00am

Responsible for one of the best air coolers ever created, the Hyper 212 Evo, Cooler Master knows cooling, it’s even in their name.  However, will their latest edition to their new Pro line of products live up to not only its name, but the Cooler Master reputation? We’d like to that Cooler Master for providing Proclockers with the MasterLiquid Pro 240 for this review. Now let’s take a look and see how it does.

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Monday, June 6, 2016 - 8:00am
Noctua NH-D15S

Noctua is likely the most popular brand for CPU air cooling. Their NH-D14 CPU cooler was deemed to be the king of CPU coolers for the past years. With all-in-one watercooling solutions getting popularity amongst builders today, air coolers aren't as popular nowadays. Still, those are look for the safer cooling solution still stick with air cooling. If you are looking for the best cooling performance under the air cooling category, the Noctua NH-D15S should be on your checklist. Follow us today as we check it out!

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, March 14, 2016 - 8:00am
Arctic Liquid Freezer 240

With the enthusiast community growing so rapidly, and more and more people getting into overclocking, it makes since that there has recently been a huge influx of All-in-One (AIO) liquid coolers into the market. Even people who aren’t into overclocking are using AIO coolers, strictly for the aesthetic. With the good looks of an AIO, more often than not, comes good to great performance. There’s also no surprise that Arctic has joined many other companies in having AIO coolers come to market with their branding. As the manufacturer of such great thermal pastes as Arctic Silver-5 and MX-4, it just makes sense that Arctic would also make an all in one cooler as well. However, will their experience in making arguably, some of the best thermal pastes on the market, give them an advantage, or will the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 be just another AIO cooler on the market providing sub-par cooling? We were able to get our hands on the Liquid Freezer 240 and run it through our suite of tests, let’s see how it did. 

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 - 8:00am
Noctua NH-C14S

When it comes to CPU cooling, perhaps one of the most popular and renowned brand for quality and performance is Noctua. From the makers of the award-winning NH-D15, today we will be looking at their elite class top-flow CPU cooler, the NH-C14S which is a successor of the NH-C14. Join us as we check out this cooler today.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Friday, January 8, 2016 - 8:00am
Swiftech X320 X2 Prestige

When Swiftech released their original H220/H320 coolers, they sought to differentiate it from other AIO's by allowing it to support additional liquid cooled components such as graphics cards, chipset, and/or additional radiator(s). The H220/H320 proved to be quite popular and soon Swiftech released their successors, the H140-X/H220-X/H240-X. This series expanded on the original idea even further. The newer Apogee XL waterblock was added, the pump was moved to the radiator, and a windowed reservoir was added. Like its predecessor, the newest integration also proved to be quite popular. That brings us to today and the release of Swiftech’s third generation AIO, the Drive-X series.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 - 8:00am
Swiftech H220 X2

All in one (AIO) liquid CPU cooler have massive gains in popularity since their release. Due to the number of units available, companies have taken it upon themselves to try and create products that are set apart from the field. Swiftech was one such company. When they released their original H220/H320 coolers, they sought to differentiate it from other AIO's by allowing it to support additional liquid cooled components such as graphics cards, chipset, and/or additional radiator(s). The H220/H320 proved to be quite popular and soon Swiftech released their successors, the H140-X/H220-X/H240-X. This series expanded on the original idea even further. The newer Apogee XL waterblock was added, the pump was moved to the radiator, and a windowed reservoir was added. Like its predecessor, the newest integration also proved to be quite popular. That brings us to today and the release of Swiftech’s third generation AIO, the Drive-X series.

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 - 8:00am

In a market flooded with all in one cpu coolers, it can be over whelming trying to decide what one is right for your system.  There are so many factors in take into consideration.  What brand, length, width, fin density, pump rpm and noise are just some of the factors one must think of when making a decision.  Do you go with an all in one cooler, or go all out with a custom loop? Although a custom loop offers the best performance, putting one together can be intimidating. For this reason, many people steer clear of building custom loops. Is it possible to get the performance of a custom loop, from an all in one? With their 400 watt TDP, EXllusion 240, Lepa may say so. But are all these expandable aio coolers just a fad, or a great way for someone to get into the DYI cooling market?

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