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.
Cryorig's new H5 CPU cooler will be available soon, and it's priced quite well.
Swiftech announced a new water pump and reservoir.
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Thermaltake built a 360 mm all-in-one water cooler.
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Swiftech's H220-X has arrived, and it should be safe from patent trolls.
EKWB built a new water block that's compatible with the R29FA R9 290(X) board design.
Asus Strix GTX 750 Ti OC turns off its fans when running cool.
SilentiumPC has built a cheap low-profile CPU cooler.
Palit has built the world's first passively cooled GTX 750 (Ti). Why has this taken so long?
NZXT has revealed its Kraken X31 closed loop liquid CPU cooler.
Thermaltake has announced three new CPU coolers.
Lepa has built its first CPU cooler.
Scythe's new Mugen MAX CPU cooler has a decent price tag.
EKWB has listed its water blocks for two of Asus' Matrix graphics cards.
EKWB's new water cooling kits come with a very thick radiator.
Asetek has acquired yet another patent that worries us.
Zalman's new fan looks like lightning, and might make as much noise as well.
Galaxy has joined forces with EKWB to build its first water-cooled graphics card.
Noctua showed off its Active Noise Cancellation technology at Computex 2014.
Noctua had many new heatsinks on display at Computex 2014.
Noctua presented a number of very interesting new fan products at Computex 2014.
Cryorig has revealed two mid-range CPU cooling products.