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  • be quiet! Dark Rock TF Review

    be quiet! Dark Rock TF Review

    Can a mid-height downdraft cooler keep up with our overclocked Haswell-E CPU? We put the Dark Rock TF by be quiet! through our tests to find out.

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  • Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin II Review

    Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin II Review

    Designed to conquer Deepcool’s biggest competitors, does its Gamer Storm Assassin II really deliver top-level cooling and noise levels?

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  • V3 Voltair V3TEC120-FC01 CPU TEC Cooler Review

    V3 Voltair V3TEC120-FC01 CPU TEC Cooler Review

    V3 Components claims it can deliver innovative technologies to rival the performance of liquid cooling. We test these claims on an overclocked Haswell...

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  • Dynatron R27 And R24 Versus Noctua NH-U9DX i4

    Dynatron R27 And R24 Versus Noctua NH-U9DX i4

    Today we look at three Narrow ILM CPU coolers for Intel's LGA2011 (v3): Dynatron’s mid-sized R27, Noctua’s NH-UD9X i4 and the ASRock-supplied Dynatron...

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  • Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

    Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Revi...

    Deepcool’s Gamer Storm brings us a dual-120mm liquid cooler with enhanced style and reduced price, but can it still deliver the performance?

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  • Swiftech H220-X Liquid CPU Cooler Review

    Swiftech H220-X Liquid CPU Cooler Review

    Swiftech’s H220-X combines the easy installation of closed loop with the expandability of open-loop, but how does it compete in performance and value?

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  • Thermalright Macho Heat Sink Family Round-Up

    Thermalright Macho Heat Sink Family Round-Up

    We've seen several versions of Thermalright's HR-02 Macho since 2011, including the smaller Macho 120 and the huge HR-22. We tested the latest iterati...

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  • Noctua NH-L12 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    Noctua NH-L12 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    Noctua has a reputation for high quality and performance to match. Not surprisingly, then, its NH-L12 shows up as the priciest product in our low-prof...

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  • Prolimatech Samuel 17 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    Prolimatech Samuel 17 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    Prolimatech doesn't include a fan with its Samuel 17 heat sink. It's on you to find your own, and almost any 12cm cooler will do. But at $45 on its ow...

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  • Scythe Kozuti Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    Scythe Kozuti Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

    In our continuing coverage of low-profile cooling solutions for mini-ITX builds, we take a look at the Scythe Kozuti and its unconventional design. Do...

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