RGB and added ports are the biggest changes.
Sporting thermosiphon tech and a massive towering shell, the IceGiant prototype holds promise for performance cooling.
The unreleased Thermaltake offering seemingly follows the same classic design of many dual-tower coolers today.
EKWB confirms compatibility of the Velocity sTR4 line of water blocks to sTRX4 socket and the AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Threadripper processors.
EVGA’s CLC 280 is a fantastically potent AIO, with clean braided cables, impressive fans, and a smidge of RGB. Ideal for any modern Intel or AMD processor.
EKWB is back with a new pair of water blocks, this time bringing the EK-Quantum Vector FTW3 RTX 2080 D-RGB, along with the EK-Quantum Vector FTW3 RTX 2080 Ti D-RGB.
Arctic's latest cooling tower keeps your Threadripper CPU cool at a lower price than the competition.
Scythe is increasing its CPU cooling lineup with its Shuriken 2 SCSK-2000 CPU cooler, a smaller variant of its Big Shuriken line of coolers.
When it comes to simplicity, we’re happy when manufacturers unveil graphics cards that come with a water block installed, just like the Gigabyte RTX 2080 Super Gaming OC WaterForce announced today.
Corsair's new iCUE QL RGB PWM fans announced today feature four RGB zones and are available in 120 and 140mm variants.
Rajintek has released a new AIO CPU cooler, the EOS 360 RBW. It sports a new extra-large CPU contact area and pump, as well as ARGB lighting.
DeepCool's Gamer Storm Castle 240EX looks good and performs well enough. It's a bit expensive, but if you prioritize aesthetics, it's worth considering.