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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 ProClockers Hardware Reviews
on Thursday, August 3, 2017 - 8:00am

Installing cooling fans on your PC chassis can be tricky particularly if go for high-RPM fans or installing on thin aluminum panels. In such scenarios, the fan could produce vibrations that would produce noise and to some extent could lead to damaging your hardware. Fortunately, Noctua got something to address such issues with their NA-SAV3 and NA-SAV4 anti-vibration mounts. 

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, July 31, 2017 - 8:00am
Swiftech KOMODO NV-LE GTX 1080 TI GPU Block

As the PC Enthusiast community grows, the water cooling community grows with it. You see it on the online forums and Facebook groups, as more and more people are trying their hands at custom water cooling. Not only can you customize your PC to fit your personal taste, but the performance increase is well worth the effort. Custom water cooling offers much lower temperatures, and increased performance.

There are few names in custom PC water cooling industry as well known and well respected as Swiftech. Since 1994, Swiftech has cemented themselves as one of the best names in the business. Swiftech recently offered us their KOMODO GTX 1080 Ti full cover blocks for review. This block is designed for the Founders Edition GTX 1080 Ti. Their KOMODO series was one of the first water blocks to offer full PCB coverage. This will help, since the Founders Edition tends to run hot. So, how well did the KOMODO GTX 1080 Ti block do? Let’s find out.

Posted by ProClockers Hardware Reviews
on Monday, July 10, 2017 - 9:00am
Xigmatek Scylla 240

Today we will be checking out a closed-loop all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with a 240mm radiator from Xigmatek. It features a unique pump integration wherein it is located at the radiator. Let’s find out how well it performs in our tests and setup.

Posted by Lance Carter
on Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 8:00am

When you think about your computer the first thing that comes to mind is your processor or your video card. But not the most important device(s) in your computer, the fans. Because without them your PC would survive very long. Now that your thinking about your fans. How can you get the most out of them? Well one way is a fan controller and Kingwin has sent us here at Proclocker their FPX-007 5 Channel Touchscreen Fan Controller for review. Thank you Kingwin for sending us your product. 

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, March 27, 2017 - 8:00am
Riotoro BiFrost 120ti Liquid CPU Cooler

To an enthusiast, an air cooler is nothing more than that big hunk of copper and aluminum they keep including in the box. These days, it’s getting more and more rare for a CPU to even come with a cooler anyway. Liquid cooling is a great way to go, more cooling capacity while in near silence is a winning combination, and coolers have grown to 240mm, 280mm and even 360mm in size. Is a 120mm liquid cooler even relevant anymore? Riotoro seems to think so and has released the BiFrost 120 liquid CPU cooler. We’ll find out if a 120mm cooler can compete in the gaming oriented world, or if this size is better for your Home Theater PC.

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Thursday, December 8, 2016 - 8:00am
MSI Core Frozr L CPU Cooler

MSI is one of the most well-known names in the Enthusiast PC world thanks to their popular Laptops, Motherboards, GPU’s and peripherals. Their Frozr GPU cooling solutions have proven to provide some of the coolest running cards on the market, and now MSI is stepping into the CPU cooling arena with their new Core Frozr L CPU Cooler. Does the technology behind a cool running GPU apply to a CPU as well when the clock speeds start going up? Can an air cooler even compete in world that is being overrun with All-in-One liquid cooling solutions? We are about to find out!

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MasterLiquid 280 All in One Liquid Cooler

One of the biggest decisions when starting a new build is how to cool your CPU. Many people choose to go with air cooling because they think liquid is too expensive, or too risky. Many go with a simple AIO, or All in One cooler. I’ve heard people say that all in ones are god, but a 240 mm AIO doesn’t give them enough of a performance increase. To them I’d say Cooler Master had got you covered. With the launch of the Master Liquid 240, Cooler Master had completely designed their pump and reservoir combo, with welcomed results. Now, with the MasterLiquid Pro 280, the have again implemented that same concept on to a 280mm All in One cooler. I’d like to thank Cooler Master for providing ProClockers with their product for our earlier Master Liquid 240 review. Now let’s see if the 280-mm cooler performs that much better than its 240 mm counterpart.

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