William Hemmens

Cooler Master Silencio 650

Introduction Cooler Master have been around since 1992 and when it comes to building cases, Cooler Master know what they’re doing. Today I’m looking at the Cooler Master Silencio 650 which is described by Cooler Master to be “extremely silent” and “wonderfully simplistic”. Let’s find out whether these statements are correct. Specifications Available Color: Full Midnight Black Materials: Aluminum Alloy, Synthetics, …

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Spire CoolGate

Introduction Spire is a lesser known CPU cooler manufacturer in the UK, they were founded in 1998 in The Netherlands and today I’m trying the Spire Coolgate out. It’s certainly not the largest cooler I’ve ever had to cram in my case, so hopefully it isn’t the hardest either! Let’s begin. Specifications Socket compatibility: Socket 1156 / 1366 / 754 …

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Prolimatech MK-26

Introduction Today we’re looking at the Prolimatech MK-26, Prolimatech’s second GPU cooler. Prolimatech are renowned for supreme quality products and supreme performance. The MK-26 is designed to use two 140mm or two 120mm fans and is compatible almost every current GPU on the market. Specifications TDP target: 0 – 320 Watt Fin spacing : 2.0mm Pipes: Six 6mm, sintered metal …

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Lian li PC-Q25 ITX Case

Introduction Lian Li was founded in 1983, they are one of the world’s largest and most reputable manufacturers of aluminium PC cases in Taiwan. They also have over twenty years of experience in the computer products field. Today I’m looking at the PC –Q25, it’s a Mini-ITX case and it’s made entirely of Aluminium. Being a Mini-ITX case it’s likely …

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Zotac GTX680 AMP!

Introduction Today I’m testing the Zotac GTX 670, the GTX680’s little brother. This version of the GTX670 happens to be the Zotac AMP! Version of the card. Fitted with two large fans and massive heatsink, the cooler should do a pretty awesome job. Specifications Interface: PCI Express 3.0* x16 (Compatible with 1.1) GPU: GeForce® GTX 680 Core clock: 1110 MHz …

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Zotac GTX670 AMP!

Introduction Today I’m testing the Zotac GTX 670, the GTX680’s little brother. This version of the GTX670 happens to be the Zotac AMP!; an amped up, overclocked, more powerful variant. Fitted with two large fans and massive heatsink, the cooler should do a pretty awesome job, but as with everything here, we need to put it to the test before …

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