- News tagged "cooler"
Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016
To obliterate the common misconception that AMD processors run hot and noisy, AMD has re-engineered the stock CPU cooler and came up with the Wraith and 95W Quiet Thermal Solution coolers. Oh, and the processors will also sport a new packaging too.
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
Antec is presenting some of its new updates at the Computex 2014, including Performance One and ISK series of enclosures, and their refreshed in-house designed Kühler H2O liquid CPU coolers.
Friday, 10 Jan 2014
Thermaltake is showcasing a slew of DIY products, including computer chassis and coolers, at the CES 2014.
Monday, 6 May 2013
The successor of the NotePal U Stand, the NotePad U2 Plus is made with lightweight aluminum and two patented quick release fans that can be fully adjustable (as well as removable) to accommodate your laptop.
Friday, 7 Dec 2012
A mere 58mm in height, the AXP-100 features the bundled TY-100 high performance PWM fan, providing almost full compatibility with ITX and HTPC cases on the market.
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012
Inspired by the body of the shark, this latest 12cm cooling fan from Evercool incorporates a design similar to a shark's gills to encourage better heat distribution and airflow efficiency.
Friday, 11 May 2012
Managing a total of six fans with a maximum of 36W per channel, the Adjust 108 is constructed with a brushed aluminum front panel and smooth moving sliders.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
Compatible with a wide range of NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, the Accelero Hybrid delivers 200% cooling performance along with 9 times quieter operation as compared to the stock cooler.
Monday, 20 Feb 2012
Equipped with an optimized heatsink to dissipate heat from the CPU, the Alpine 64 PLUS's 92mm PWM-controlled fan operates at a fan speed range of 600~2000RPM, reaching a maximum cooling capacity of 100W.
Thursday, 3 Nov 2011
A free set of cooler mounting kits will be provided if you bought one of these coolers - Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus, Thermaltake Frio OCK, and Thermaltake Frio - prior to Oct 2011.