Our testing shoes that Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro V and Dark Rock Elite raise the bar for quiet cooling performance.
Azza’s Cube AIOs delivered decent performance in our testing, at a price that undercuts the competition.
The Liqmaxflo 360 improves upon previous-generation products, not only by improving thermal performance, but by offering best-in-class noise levels.
The MasterLiquid 240 Atmos is one of the strongest 240mm AIOs we’ve tested, outcompeting previous-gen 240mm coolers.
XPG’s Battlecruiser II case provides lots of storage options, a smooth tempered glass design with transparency on all sides, and a controller hub for easy ARGB and PWM customization.
Lian Li’s GA II LCD 280 shows that with the right design, you don’t need a 360mm to keep Intel’s i7-13700K under TJ Max.
The budget-priced Phantom Spirit 120 punches well above its price class, outperforming most top-tier air coolers.
A unique AIO designed to keep PCIe 5 SSDs operating at peak performance, while also cooling your CPU effectively.
We tested Noctua’s compact SFF coolers with Intel’s i9-13900K to find out their thermal dissipation limits.
The Atmos 360 offers a compelling package, with top-tier cooling performance and quiet noise levels in most common workloads.
MSI’s E360 provides top-tier cooling performance with lower noise levels than competing coolers of its class.
The Frost Commander 140 provides cooling performance comparable to the best air coolers on the market, and it only costs $50! But there’s a catch.
Cooler Master’s Hyper 622 Halo is the successor to its classic Hyper 212 air cooler. It provides good cooling performance and low noise levels.
DeepCool provides a one-of-a kind LCD display with it’s DIGITAL series of air coolers, delivering unique innovation in today’s crowded market. And the performance of the AK620 Digital is great, too.
Scythe’s Fuma 3 will fit into most SFF cases, with a height of only 154mm (6.06 inches), but it still manages to offer cooling performance comparable to larger, high options.
Cougar’s Forza 85 Essential offers a streamlined, less-expensive version of the Forza 85, but there’s little reason to consider it over competitors.
EK’s CR360 features unique fan connections which simplify cable management, premium quality components, and the best performance we’ve seen from a 360mm AIO.
Montech’s Metal DT24 Premium features some subtle ARGB, and performs especially well with AMD’s Ryzen 7 7700X.
Cooler Master’s 360L Core raises the bar for value, delivering a top-tier 360mm AIO at only $119 USD.
DeepCool’s Assassin IV features a unique form factor reminiscent of a Borg Cube, and the cooling capacity to assimilate the heat of even the most demanding workloads.