The Tom’s Hardware team is made up of enthusiasts, so we understand that proper cooling is imperative, regardless of whether you’re running at stock frequencies or overclocked settings. From closed-loop liquid solutions to heat sinks and aftermarket graphics coolers, we know what to look out for.
Thermaltake's Core V31 chassis has room for lots of hardware and can cool all of that effectively.
Cooler Master's new 120 mm and 240 mm Nepton series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers may be very quiet if you fine-tune their settings.
Thermalright updates its Macho CPU cooler to the Macho Zero, which ships without a fan.
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Silverstone's new fans are affordable and come with PWM support, although you might not like the color scheme all that much.
Koolance also joins the fray with a GTX 980 water block.
Aqua Computer has introduced a new water block for the GTX 980 graphics card and a new series of radiators.
Swiftech has built a 280 mm customizable all-in-one water cooler.
DeepCool's latest water cooling unit is inspired by the looks of a nuclear reactor.
Raijintek has built a rather interesting all-in-one water cooling unit.
EVGA's new ACX 2.0 GPU cooler is more than meets the eye.
Can EKWB's pricey water block give you more performance-per-dollar than the stock cooler?
Noctua has updated its 92 mm and 80 mm fans and has built a dedicated version of its NF-A4x10 fan.
EKWB has built some very big radiators that can certainly cool lots of very powerful hardware.
EKWB is now selling its new flagship CPU water block: the EK-Supremacy EVO.
Corsair's Commander Mini can function as a central hub for all your fans and Corsair Link compatible devices.
Noctua will give you LGA2011 mounting hardware for free, if you need it.
Intel's new boxed cooler will be a little bigger and a little more powerful.
Cryorig's new H5 CPU cooler will be available soon, and it's priced quite well.
Swiftech announced a new water pump and reservoir.
Thermaltake built a 360 mm all-in-one water cooler.
Swiftech's H220-X has arrived, and it should be safe from patent trolls.