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CoolerMaster V8 CPU Cooler

Coolermaster once again has shown not only there dedication to great looking products , but there prowess to make their products perform quite well . Read on to see how well the V8 did . INTRODUCTION In today’s world, as CPU’s get bigger and faster, we are finding out that not only do we want to have the fastest CPU available, but we are also wanting to gain that extra little kick by overclocking our CPU’s. We also want to...

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Mini CPU cooler Round up

We at Bjorn3D going to compare 4 different CPU coolers, on my Intel Core i5 750 CPU. Lets take a peek inside and see how these CPU coolers stack up to one another. Introduction Since the introduction of the Intel socket 1156 CPUs, we have seen some new heatsinks, and some of these heatsinks have been adapted to accommodate this new CPU socket type. We at Bjorn3D are going to compare 4 different heatsinks on my Core i5 750 CPU. Two of these...

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Cooler Master Hyper 212+

Cooler Master has always been thinking bout those who need a good cooling solution for their CPU’s, with spending a whole lot of money. Here at Bjorn3d and the Dragon’s Lair we going to look at the Hyper 212+. INTRODUCTION When it comes to cooling our CPU’s down, we all want a cooler that not only performs well, that cooler also has to be priced competitively. There are a ton of CPU coolers out there to choose from. While the...

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Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler

  When air cooling alone is not enough, some enthusiasts turn to water. But what if you’re not too fond of the idea of water running around your electronics? Well, there’s a solution and its called a TEC.   INTRODUCTION In the constant pursuit of higher clock speeds, one thing is for sure. You will need better cooling. For those who feel more daring than your average Joe, there is a whole slew of aftermarket coolers that...

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GPU Air Cooler Royale

Bjorn3D.com going to be looking at two aftermarket GPU coolers, and compare them up against the Sapphire 5870 Vapor X cooler. The results will surprise you. Introduction The old argument of why would you need to replace the heatsink on your video card, is a long and perilous argument. There are still people out there that thinks that they should not have to purchase an aftermarket GPU cooler for their video card(s). Granted if you spend 300+...

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Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme Copper Cooler

Thermalright may be best known for their IFX-14, Ultra 120 Extreme, and TRUE Black coolers, but if even better performance is wanted and price is no option then they just might have the solution you have been looking for! INTRODUCTION Heatsink coolers for computer hardware components have been around for ages now. Stock coolers are adequate for the vast majority of PC owners, and for the most part they are sufficient to get the job done. Not...

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Cooler Master Aero 7+ CPU Cooler

The Cooler Master Aero 7+ is not without flaws, but it’s a good performer and if you are looking for a CPU cooler that is both quiet and suitable for overclocking your Athlon, you should certainly consider this unit. Introduction I bought a Cooler Master HSC-V62 CPU cooler back when I bought my first Athlon, a 1900+. It’s served me well, but I’ve just upgraded to an Athlon 2500+ and I wanted a new heatsink to go with the new (hotter) CPU....

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Cooler Master Hyper TX3

  With Intel’s new socket right on the horizon, there are not a whole lot of coolers equipped to fit on the new socket. Today we have the Cooler master Hyper TX3, which will fit this socket.   INTRODUCTION The moment is almost finally here, Intel’s true answer to AMD’s socket AM3. It would seem like more cooler manufacturers would be touting the fact that their coolers are compatible with the new socket. Finally we...

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Gigabyte 3D Rocket Cooler Pro (GH-PCU22-VG)

Gigabyte is still making a name for itself in the cooling market, but it keeps making progress with each new cooler released. Check out this review of 3D Rocket Cooler Pro, a unique “universal” HSF that can be used in all of the current popular sockets. It even includes manual fan speed control. INTRODUCTION When you hear the name Gigabyte, you most likely think of motherboards or video cards. Or, you could think of one of the...

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Cooler Master HAF922

  Cooler Master has been busy lately with releasing a whole slew of mid tower cases. Today we have their latest, the HAF 922. This is the little brother of the HAF 932. Will it perform as well as its big brother?   Introduction Cooler Master has been quite busy lately with all these new cases. So far, three new mid tower cases have been released, the Sniper, Scout, and now the HAF 922. The HAF 922 is the little brother of the HAF 932....

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Review

INTRODUCTION You may be thinking you have gone back in time, but no, you read that correctly. This is in fact a review of the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. Cooler Master sent us the heatsink along with an AM4 mounting kit to review on the new AMD Ryzen platform. While the Hyper 212 EVO was released many years ago, it has stood the test of time, becoming one of the most popular air-coolers of all time. The proven performance record and relatively...

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Cooler Master Aquagate Max

  In the search for the highest overclock, heat is always an issue. Water cooling helps solve this by waters natural ability to absorb more heat than air. Today we test this theory.   INTRODUCTION From the very first enthusiast computer to today’s monster rigs worth much more than $2,000, there has always been a need for better cooling. Many manufactures have responded to that need with bigger and better air coolers, but what...

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Cooler Master UCP 1100W 88%+ Efficient Power Supply

There sure isn’t any dearth of 1kW+ power supplies available on the market, and even Cooler Master already offers the RealPower series up to 1250W. So what makes the UCP 1100W so unique and special that we would recommend it if you are in already the market for one of these behemoths? Does industry leading efficiency, safety protections, and a grand total of nine PCIe connectors sound like a good reason? Read on to see if this power...

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 140

INTRODUCTION Earlier this year Cooler Master released their MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 models of AIO liquid cooling solutions. Cooler Master has stated that they have user that want to push their systems to the next level in mind with the MasterLiquid Pro series. Utilizing their holistic approach to controlling the heat generated by a system, dubbed “FlowOp Technology”, along with a dual chamber design on the pump and waterblock,...

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Cooler Master Mouse Roundup Review

Cooler Master Mouse Roundup Review Introduction COOLER MASTER has a long tradition of producing high-end and affordable gaming equipment, and they were kind enough to send over the Xornet II, Sentinel III, Mizar and Havoc for a COOLER MASTER Mouse Roundup. Three reviewers tackling four mice to give you the low-down on some of the toughest gaming gear out there. Having been a fan of the original Sentinel, which still floats around the lab and...

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Noctua NH-U12F CPU Cooler & NF-S12-1200 Fan

  Once the product arrived at my doorstep I gingerly picked it up as not to damage what I sincerely hoped was the final long-lasting cure to my ailment. What follows is my description of just how this cure was implemented to stem the rising temperature issues associated with my disease. Will this product, the Noctua NH-U12F, cure my ills or will I lapse into the final stages of this deadly disease? Join me and we’ll soon find out!...

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Cooler Master ATCS 840

Just when we thought, that an older style case could not be improved upon. We thought wrong. Cooler Master has achieved exactly that! By merging, newer cooling methods with computer towers, with older computer cases. I bring you the Cooler Master ATCS 840 Full Tower. INTRODUCTION With the ever increasing sizes of our computer components, we find ourselves trying to find that perfect chassis that can house our most prized components. Cooler...

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Cooler Master Notepal X-SLIM Silent Laptop Cooler

Today we look at the Cooler Master NotePal X-SLIM Silent Laptop Cooler, which uses a USB port to power the internal 160mm fan to cool the laptops. Read on to see how it performs. Introduction Cooler Master has been designing and offering cooling solutions to the PC market for many years now. New cooler designs are nothing new to the company and finding a way to cool pretty much anything seems to be the goal. Today we are looking at the...

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Arctic Freezer i30 CPU Cooler

The Arctic Freezer i30 CPU cooler has some great features, including “direct-contact heatpipe technology”. It sounds fancy, but does it get the job done? Keep reading to find out. Introduction With computer enthusiasts becoming more demanding, the heat is on to produce chips that are faster and more capable. However, faster and more capable chips also give off more heat, and so more and more coolers are also being thrown into the...

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Reeven Justice RC-1204 CPU cooler

Reeven is a new company that has a wide range of coolers and accessories for coolers. Today we are testing one of their products, the Justice RC-1204. This is a fairly large cooler with a 120 mm fan that can be fitted to basically any type of CPU-socket. Can it compete with coolers from more known companies like Thermaright and Noctua? Read on to find out. FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS Model Number: RC-1204 Socket: INTEL: LGA 775 / 115X / 1366 /...

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Cooler Master HAF-932 Case

Looking for a case that can handle the largest graphics cards on the market, yet also keep them and the rest of your high-end computer running cool? Well then the Cooler Master HAF-932 should be on your shortlist, offering complete silence, enough airflow, and plenty of space for just about any setup. INTRODUCTION Cooler Master is no stranger to the computing realm. With a solid product selection spanning everything from cases, power supplies,...

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Noctua NH-C12P CPU Cooler

In June of 2008 Victor shown you this great cooler on a Intel socket 775 CPU. This time I bring you this CPU cooler on Intels newest CPU socket, 1366. INTRODUCTION Noctua is one of the newest cooling manufacturers on the market. But don’t let their new face fool you. Noctua means buisness. They’ve already taken the cooling world by storm and they have proven to be a tough competitor when it comes to CPU coolers and fans. Today,...

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Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite CPU Cooler Review

The Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite is lighter, cheaper, and best of all, actually performs better too! (I was quite surprised by this unit.) Even the stock thermal pad that came with the unit performs like a champ. All in all, it’s hard to believe you could find a better CPU cooler in its price range. Introduction The Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite is a large aluminum/copper-core heatsink with a huge, turquoise, squirrel-cage blower on top. Cooler...

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Cooler Master Storm Scout- The True Gameing Case

  Cooler Master has recently introduced their new Storm line of cases. Today we have the newest addition to their lineup, the Scout. Will its practicality live up to its name?   Introduction Cooler Master has once again spiced up the computer case market with their new Storm lineup. The newest case in the series, the Scout, is a little brother to the previously released Sniper. You can see that the Scout drew a bit of inspiration from...

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COOLER MASTER Silencio FP 120 PWM Fan Performance Edition (R4-SFNL-24PK-R1) Quiet The Beast!

COOLER MASTER Silencio FP 120 PWM Fan Performance Edition Tons of money have been spent on one seemingly easy thing, computer fan performance. We’ve gone from little 80mm screamers wedged against the back of aluminum and steel cases when the noise would chase a pack of Wolves off a fresh kill. Then we’d stick an all copper based heat sink on the un-lidded CPU’s and 80mm downward blowing mind numbing loud fans striving to keep...

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Noctua NC-U6 Chipset Cooler

Although not a well known or widely available brand, Noctua has recently begun aiming to elevate their name in the minds of computer shoppers. One of the easiest and quickest ways to do so is to develop and deliver products that not only succeed but excel at their intended scope of use, and Noctua aims to do exactly that. INTRODUCTION Although not a well known or widely available brand, Noctua has recently begun aiming to elevate their name in...

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 universal PC cooler

All in all, Cooler Master did a wonderful job providing a universal product for both AMD and Intel platforms. This cooler will fit into most recent sockets and will perform well above average retail solution. Although it has just been announced it will sell for roughly $45 green. In my opinion it’s a perfect solution for those seeking peaceful operation and rock solid performance. Introduction There has been a lot of great products...

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CoolIt Dual Drive Bay VGA Cooler NV Reference Series

CoolIt Systems’ Dual Drive Bay VGA Cooler NV Reference Series is designed with ease of installation and maintenance free operation in mind. INTRODUCTION Way back when I was an SLI wannabe (a mere two months ago), my XFX GeForce 8800GTX video card zinged along happily at high resolutions (1900×1200) on my Dell 24″ LCD monitor with a fair amount of detail and a fair amount of heat. I knew that it was a hot card with a hot...

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Cooler Master Sniper

Cooler Master has recently launched their Storm series of products. The first in the line in the series is the Sniper case. A case that is inspired by military weapon which provides a sturdy looks and good performance. We take a closer look at this case and put it through our tests. INTRODUCTION A storm is brewing over at Cooler Master. As the turbulence stirs up, the mixture of wind, dust, and water, it mixes and molds these elements to...

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Does Enermax have the new cooler you need? – Enermax Liqtech II & TR4 II 360mm All In One Coolers

Enermax Revised The Liqtech TR4 and Added RGB! Today we are looking at the new from Enermax, the Liqtech TR4 II 360 all in one cooler. Not just one but two of them as TR4 has such special requirements Enermax felt it required its own cooler model with a much larger cold plate to address the much larger IHS on Threadripper. Enermax actually deployed the Liqtech TR4 series before but was met with some negative pushback from power users who found...

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Accelero Xtreme 2900 VGA Cooler

The Accelero Xtreme 2900 promises not only to cool the HD2900XT and HD2900 Pro GPU more than 20C lower than the stock cooler but also make the card run much more silent. INTRODUCTION One positive result with the release of new graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA is that older models usually drop in price. AMD’s first DirectX 10 card, the HD2900XT might no longer be the fastest card out there but it still packs a lot of punch. While it works...

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Arctic Accelero Hybrid Graphics Card Cooler

There is an abundance of cooling out on the market today, much of it for graphics cards. With the Accelero Hybrid, Arctic has combined the best of both worlds, combining liquid cooling and air cooling into one solid product. The Accelero Hybrid talks the talk. Let’s see if it can walk the walk. Introduction The Arctic Accelero Hybrid comes into an already chock-full market of GPU coolers. The most common form of “aftermarket”...

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Asetek Hard Drive Cooler

GPU, CPU and chipset, what more do we need to cool in a computer?Correct, the hard drive! Asetek has released a new hard drive cooler kit that allows you to cool a hard drive together with their, or a competitors, watercooling system. We have tried it to see if it really can bring the temperature down. Introduction A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed the Asetek WaterChill cooling kit. This water-cooling kit contained both CPU cooling, GPU...

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SilenX EFZ-120HA5 CPU Cooler

Today we look at one of SilenX newest offerings in the 120mm CPU cooler market. This cooler is LGA 2011 compatible so we will put this to the test to see how exactly it will handle it. introduction For a while now, SilenX has mostly been off the radar of enthusiasts, as the company’s focus has been primarily on silent coolers and not on extreme performance cooling. Today we are looking at the EFZ-120HA5 which is a silent cooler with...

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Cooler Master Stacker 832 SE

Cooler Master did a terrific job with the new Stacker 832 as there were no compromises behind the design and usability. The materials used to build the chassis are top notch. Brushed aluminum and nicely finished plastic parts work a treat and give this case a very distinctive look. INTRODUCTION Cooler Master has been known for filling the market with top notch enclosures, power supplies and general PC accessories. There isn’t really a trend...

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Cooler Master 750 Watt GX PSU

Tired of buying PSU’s that have a boat load of extra wires? Well cooler Master has built a PSU that can accommodate a semi large computer while slimming down the amount of wires. Introduction When we build our computer systems, the first thing we need to ask ourselves, “What am I planning on using in my computer?” When we get our thoughts settled out on what video cards, CPU, motherboards, type and size of the memory, right...

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NZXT HAVIK 140 CPU Cooler

NZXT ‘s new Havik 140 looks like it could rival some of the best in the cooler market. Let’s see how it performs.   introduction NZXT is a company that, in the past, has had a huge focus on computer cases targeted mostly for gamers. NZXT also offers fans, fan controllers, case accessories and other miscellaneous computer accessories. Earlier this year, NZXT announced their entry into the CPU heatsink market. The announcement of...

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Thermaltake Venus 12 K8 Cooler

Thermaltake delivers a big chunk of copper to cool your Athlon 64 processor with its Venus 12 cooler. Check out this review to see how it stacks up against the stock AMD cooler. Introduction Athlon 64, it’s the new buzzword in tech circles these days. The AMD Athlon 64 processors are an inexpensive way to step up into the world of 64-bit computing. Along with new CPUs, you will always see new coolers/heatsinks popping up on the market to...

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Cooler Master Storm Octane LED Gaming Combo Review (SGB-3020-KKMF1)

The Cooler Master Storm Octane is a modified version of their Devastator Gaming Gear Combo with seven LED backlight colors and features a breathing effect we’ve seen in similar products costing much more. This kit includes a 19-key Anti-Ghosting keyboard and a mouse that can simultaneously switch between colors with one button push. Cooler Master Gaming Gear represents one of the best values in gaming peripherals, and traditionally keeps...

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Cooler Master Storm Trooper Full-Tower Case

The CM Storm Trooper might just be one of the most customizable and gamer friendly chassis of the year. Keep reading to find out what this case is packing! Introduction Ever since the HAF X was released last year in June, we haven’t seen anything too exciting from Cooler Master. The HAF X supported XL-ATX motherboards like the GIGABYTE G1.Assassin or the EVGA Classified, but for extreme enthusiasts, it is a disappointment that there are...

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