The be quiet! Shadow Rock Slim 2 provides great cooling in a small package for those needing something much quieter than some of the alternatives.
ID-Cooling’s SE-207-XT is a seven heatpipe, dual-tower assault on large air cooling with performance that’s much more memorable than its name.
Performing as well as premium air cooling and costing less than expensive 360 AIOs, the IceGiant ProSiphon Elite makes for an interesting alternative for high-end performance builds.
The Aorus Liquid Cooler 360 delivers good cooling performance in a quiet package with a flashy customizable LCD screen atop the pump.
The EK AIO Elite 360 D-RGB offers some of the best cooling performance in a closed-loop cooler, while making use of push+pull radiator fan configuration.
Deepcool's AS500 air cooler punches above its weight class, making it a mid-size alternative to big air cooling.
The Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo v2 is a new take on a classic budget CPU cooler with easy installation.
Corsair’s 360mm H150i Elite Capellix adds bright RGB lights to its excellent cooling abilities, and throws in a powerful hub for good measure.
AMD’s chiplet design on the Ryzen 3000 chips means technically, liquid coolers are sub-optimally placed. Der8auer fixes that.
The Lian Li Galahad AIO 240 makes an impressive first splash with competitive pricing and excellent thermal performance.
The be quiet! Pure Rock 2 represents the trifecta of conscientious cooling, delivering performance, silence, and value.
Corsair’s H100i RGB PRO XT entices system builders with an attractive, right-priced $120 thermal solution for nearly every Intel and AMD CPU available in 2020.