Noctua has stated that Intel's new LGA 1200 socket for Comet-Lake CPUs will work with all LGA 115X coolers
Silverstone announced the release of a new low profile CPU cooler designed to be used with Intel processors. The Nitrogen NT09-115X HSF is only 45 mm tall, allowing it to fit in very confined cases.
We've seen several versions of Thermalright's HR-02 Macho since 2011, including the smaller Macho 120 and the huge HR-22. We tested the latest iteration, which sports a new base plate optimized for Intel's LGA 2011-v3 interface.
If you find yourself fighting a stubbornly-low overclock, there's a chance that your thermal solution isn't working as effectively as it should. We're testing a number of thermal pastes that might help. But first, let's go over the basics of CPU cooling.
Intel's Haswell-based CPUs have a unique cooling problem that leaves many overclockers in a quandary. Today, we're rounding up nine different sink and fan combinations to see if any can contend with the fourth-gen Core processor's copious heat.
The new Thermalright Archon SB-E heatsink features a Pressure Vault Bracket plate and ultra-slim design for RAM compatibility.
There’s an enormous amount of aftermarket coolers available to those wanting more performance or lower temperatures. The market’s currently dominated by tower coolers, and top coolers have fallen out of favor. Rightfully so? We find out.
The new ELC liquid cooler series is based on a new patented Cold Plate design which enhances heat dissipation.
Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, and peripheral solution provider, is proud to announce the all-new Elite 120 Advanced.
Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, has announced the successor to its popular Silent Pro M, the Silent Pro M2 series.
A dual-heatsink design offered by Silentmaxx promises to cool CPUs with a power consumption of up to 100 watts - without the need of fans.
The good news is that it’s possible to cool AMD’s flagship Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition to less than 75 degrees Celsius under full load, maintaining a quiet 32 dB(A) at the same time. The bad news? It'll cost you five expansion slots and more than $100.