- News tagged "liquid cooling"
Wednesday, 13 Jul 2016
EKWB has announced a water block for the AMD Radeon RX 480 that will turn the card into a single-slot solution.
Friday, 8 Jul 2016
Thermaltake has unveiled the Core P3, a smaller version of its Core P5 wall-mounted chassis. The Core P3 features a sheer sheet of tempered glass to show off your hardware, and supports various flexible mounting and installation options as well.
Tuesday, 21 Jun 2016
MSI has announced the GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 Sea Hawk EK X cards, both of which will come with pre-installed water blocks from EKWB. They're ready for custom liquid-cooling alright.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Thought the ROG GX700 was extreme? You might have to rethink that. ASUS just announced the ROG GX800, another liquid-cooled monster of a laptop with an unlocked Intel Core CPU, overclocked memory, and a pair of NVIDIA GPUs in SLI.
Wednesday, 25 May 2016
Aftershock PC has announced the Ultracore, a custom gaming PC targeted at enthusiasts. The Ultracore goes all out in terms of performance, featuring support for Intel Extreme Edition processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI, and a custom-designed liquid cooling loop.
Tuesday, 8 Dec 2015
Thermaltake just expanded its Water 3.0 line-up of AIO coolers with 240mm and 360mm radiators that come with 256-color illuminated fans and different lighting modes.
Thursday, 5 Nov 2015
Arctic is entering the liquid CPU cooling market for the first time with two high-end AIO coolers!
Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015
EVGA has announced the EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid, which features an AIO liquid cooler and a blower fan for more efficient cooling of individual components.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
There is now a white version of the Thermaltake Core X9 cube case. It offers the same support for custom liquid cooling solutions as the original Core X9 and now has the chilly looks to go with it!
Thursday, 19 Mar 2015
EK has annnounced the release of water blocks and retention backplates for the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X reference card. The EK-FC Titan X water block allows water to flow directly over critical components such as the GPU, RAM and VRM, which should allow for better and more stable overclocking. Hit the link to find out more!