Coolers

NZXT Aer RGB review: these case fans are pretty, clever

Today we’re looking at some colourful PC case fans from NZXT. They are called the Aer RGB, and they work with the same NZXT Hue+ controller and CAM software that we loved earlier this year. Once rigged up, the fans promise excellent cooling, minimal noise and gorgeous lighting effects. Let’s put them to the test! Today we're looking at some colourful PC …

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Corsair ML120 & ML140 PRO review: magnetic levitation tech meets the humble case fan

Normally case fans aren’t too exciting, but they’re a critical piece of any PC build — and these ones are actually pretty cool. Corsair’s new ML120 and ML140 fans use magnetic levitation instead of ball bearings, providing zero friction. That should make them quieter than fans running at the same speed (or equally, at higher speeds when producing an equal amount …

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Be Quiet! Shadow Rock Topflow

Introduction After the amazing Dark Rock Pro 2, the Shadow Rock Topflow has some serious living up to do. The Shadow Rock Topflow shares quite a few features with the Dark Rock Pro 2 so hopefully it also shares some of the awesome performance as well. Specifications Overall dimensions without mounting material (L x W x H), (mm)171 x 137 …

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Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2

Introduction Today I’m looking at the Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2, what a name! I’m very much hoping it lives up to its name and is as quiet as the name would make you think. From just looking at it, it’s clearly quite a beast so let’s get into the review. Specifications Overall dimensions without mounting material (L x …

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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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Corsair AF120, SP120, AP140 Fans

Introduction Today our newest reviewew Tom takes us into full motion reviews, with XSR’s first full video review. He’s looking at Corsair’s latest lineup of fans, the AF120, SP120 and AP140. They come in a variety of eye catching colours and feature near silent operation across the board. Let’s find out what he thought. The Review Benchmarks Due to a …

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Xigmatek LOKI

Introduction The LOKI from Xigmatek is in for testing today, very similar to its bigger brother, the Gaia. We’ve all heard of Xigmatek, they came out of know where in 2005 with HDT (Heatsink Direct Touch) technology that not only performed well, but was very well priced too.  The Loki seems to be very similar to what we first saw …

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Xigmatek Gaia

Introduction The Gaia from Xigmatek is in for testing today, we’ve all heard of Xigmatek, they came out of know where in 2005 with HDT (Heatsink Direct Touch) technology that not only performed well, but was very well priced too.  The Gaia seems to be very similar to what we first saw from Xigmatek so we’ll see if the performance …

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