Liquid cooling kits have become more accessible over the years but Corsair wants to bring it to the masses with its H50 high-performance CPU cooler. Featuring cooling technology from Asetek, the H50 promises to make liquid cooling simple and best of all, cool.
The versatile Evercool Transformer 4 CPU cooler fits all recent modern processors from AMD and Intel and comes with two quiet 120mm fans for extra cooling.
Designed to complement your MacBook, the Targus Chill Mat for Mac comes with dual fans to keep your Apple notebook cool.
Evercool's racing inspired Formula 2 VGA Cooler looks and feels pretty, but does it hold up in the cooling department?
We take a look at Xigmatek's BattleAxe VGA cooler that uses their Heatpipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology to soothe the heat of a wide range of graphic cards from both ATI and NVIDIA.
Heat management has long been the bane of notebooks. Thankfully, Evercool thinks that they can help with their Zodiac Snow White notebook cooler.
The GeForce 8800 GT from NVIDIA has gotten us all sweaty and excited as they've great performance but in a negative sense, these new cards operate a little too warm for comfort. Third party coolers like the ZEROtherm Hurricane may be the solution and of course we had to check it out.
Supporting up to two 120mm fans, Cooler Master's new Hyper 212 CPU cooler promises to keep your processors from breaking into a sweat.
Cooler Master continues to improve on its AquaGate series of liquid coolers. This time around, the focus is on the CPU, with the new AquaGate S1 suited for both AMD and Intel processors.
You have heard of smart fans which vary in speed according to temperature. Now, there's an easy way to control all these fans centrally, through Cooler Master's Wind Rider PWM Fan Hub.