Zalman’s new cooler offers stiff competition for the air cooling giants, with caveats.
Zalman was smart enough to buy a start-up company, which produced a holographic 3D fan which can deliver high quality images and videos.
The Z9 Neo represents Zalman’s latest attempt to conquer the gaming value market by enhancing features and quality. Our performance analysis puts its low price into a value perspective.
Zalman's top of the line ZM-K700M mechanical keyboard heavily targets gamers, but the keyboard still has a reserved-enough look that it wouldn't look entirely out of place in a professional setting.
Zalman's new EBT line consists of four PSUs ranging from 650W to 1kW capacity. Today, we're testing the ZM750-EBT, which, thanks to a low price, achieves a good value score. But how does it fare in terms of absolute performance?
We set up camp at Newegg's Hybrid Center in City of Industry, California to test FreeSync against G-Sync in a day-long experiment involving our readers.
With more radiator space and a more-modern design, does Zalman’s Z11 Neo have the combination of cool and quiet to get our stamp of approval?
Compact liquid vs. big air gets even bigger as companies attempt to cope with higher CPU core counts. We pit our biggest air-cooling sample against two equally massive liquid coolers to see who has the best cooling, lowest noise and greatest value.
We continue our search for the best combination of quality, finish and features with three more cases. Do any meet our Elite criterion?
Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q4 2013 BestConfigs Poll.
A recent look at ASRock's M8 compact barebones PC saw us undervolting our CPU in order to run stably, overclocked. This forced us to ask the question: how much cooling can we fit inside a slim enclosure? Eight heat sink vendors helped us find the answer.
It's time for the numbers. In addition to testing liquid metal compounds and thermally conductive adhesives, each paste is discussed on its own merits before we chart out the results of four usage cases. After all, these products behave differently.