A step down from the Dark Rock Pro 4 flagship, this CPU air cooler offers an imposing look and competitive cooling performance for the money.
Does the latest flagship CPU cooler from be quiet, the Dark Rock Pro 4, live up to some of the company's earlier efforts on air?
be quiet! recently released its Straight Power 11 line, which consists of six models. In this review, we're evaluating the 1kW flagship sporting an 80 PLUS Gold certification.
be quiet!, best known as a manufacturer of power supplies and low-noise PC components, is back with the latest installment in its Dark Base line of high-end chassis.
be quiet!'s updated Pure Power 10 line promises good performance, quiet operation, and a reasonable price tag. We review its second strongest family member.
Not only did be quiet! have its Limited Edition White Dark Base Pro 900 on display in Taipei, the company also brought a new all-in-one cooler and a low(ish) profile CPU air cooler as well.
The be quiet! Dark Base 900 and Dark Base Pro 900 are identical on the inside and both offer tons of options for enthusiasts. Today we test the Pro version.
be quiet! revealed its flagship chassis, the Dark Base 900. It comes in two flavors, plain and Pro, with the second having some added features along with $50 higher price tag.
be quiet! released the updated Pure Power 9 series that consists of four semi-modular models with capacities ranging from 400W to 700W. Today, we're looking at the 600W implementation to see where it stands in the competitive mainstream market.
Slim tower CPU coolers make room for both a big fan and memory clearence, but are they powerful enough for an overclocked 6-core Haswell-E CPU?
Aside some new color additions to its cases, be quiet! had only one new release to show off at CES this year: The fresh Pure Power 9 line.
The Dark Rock Pro 3 represents be quiet!'s greatest cooling-to-noise effort to date, but can it beat well-known Big Air rivals in overall performance or value?
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.
be quiet! says it's committed to building silent products, including the company's top PSU line, the Dark Power Pro 11. In this review, we will put the 1200 W Dark Power Pro 11 model to the test, which promises good performance and silent operation.
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