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Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Revisited in 2014
With what seems like a ton of interest in how it would perform, we revisit the Noctua NH-D14 and see just how well it stacks up in today's PCs. | Jul 1, 2014 09:08 pm CDT
Intel's new baby - Balance Technology Extended (BTX)
We've been working with Intel over the past month to give you all the latest on their new baby - Balance Technology Extended, or BTX for short. It's what Intel are calling their latest form factor specification which promises to offer better cooling and quieter operation for high performance computing. Read on and learn what the future has to offer for the PC! | Feb 1, 2004 11:00 pm CST
Super Flower Products - Lian Li on Steroids?
To start off the new week we've examined two new products from a little known company called Super Flower in Taiwan. They are new players in the heavily populated enthusiast computer case and power supply market. Let's see if they have got what it takes to match up against the big guns of the industry! | Jan 17, 2004 11:00 pm CST
Cooling 3D Style - Gigabyte cool the clocks
When we think of processor cooling devices most of us would first think of Thermaltake, CoolerMaster or OCZ. What about if we told you to think of Gigabyte? Start thinking about it! Gigabyte has just released their very first cooler for AMD Athlon XP and 64 as well as Intel Pentium 4. We've got Gigabyte's 3D cooler on the test bed. Come see just what it is capable of when we push some more MHz through the processors! | Jan 8, 2004 11:00 pm CST
Thermaltake SubZero4G AMD Cooling System Review
For many, the mere sound of the term Alternative Cooling is enough to make them cringe. But what if I were to tell you that someone has placed some safeguards into the mix? Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a hard look at the Thermaltake SubZero4G Cooling System. It uses a peltier cooling device but with some added features. He'll be looking at normal operation of this device as well as some results for an overclocked system, so come see if this is your chance to get into the new cooling craze! | May 18, 2003 11:00 pm CDT