How does the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports Edition electric color and catchy moniker match up against big air?
Downdraft cooling is back in the Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3. Will it reign supreme in cooling, noise, or value?
EVGA, known for graphics cards and power supplies, has also entered the closed-loop liquid cooling market (for GPUs and CPUs). Its 240mm system finds its way to our test bench.
Corsair enters the large AIO cooler arena with the H150i Pro, a triple 120mm radiator product, with all the typical Corsair features familiar. We put it through its paces in the lab.
EVGA picked an easy to remember name for its 2x 140mm closed-loop cooler, but will the CLC 280 produce equally memorable performance?
With a 3x120mm radiator as long as its name, what would you expect? We put our expectations aside and tested Thermaltake's latest humongous RGB CLC.
ID-Cooling adds RGB to its latest liquid CPU cooler. Bling is nice, but does the Auraflow 240 RGB also perform better?
The Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240EX RGB keeps all the performance of the Captain EX Series, while adding decorative RGB lighting to the water cooling system.
Scythe updates its Mugen 5 to Rev.B with new AMD AM4 brackets. Can the venerable cooler quietly cool our overclocked Core i7-5930K?
Cooler Master’s latest 2x 140mm closed-loop liquid CPU cooler promises improved radiator, pump, and cooling plate design. Will its performance deliver on those promises?
Fractal Design challenges open-loop cooler manufacturers with a competitively priced, re-configurable filled loop. We compare it to three rival expandable kits.
Low cost and automatic fan control set Arctic’s Freezer i32 apart from most of its competitors, but is it the best value for Intel’s current processors?
Does Scythe’s mid-priced, dual-fan, dual-tower CPU cooler have the performance to make it a better value?
Thermalright’s lower-priced True Spirit 140 Direct is big, slim, and fairly cheap. How does it perform?