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ZALMAN Upgrades Distinct Design with Reserator 3 MAX Dual Liquid CPU Cooler

ZALMAN a leading manufacturer of high performance silent oriented computer hardware components and peripherals, today announced the Reserator 3 MAX Dual liquid CPU cooler. Improving upon the Reserator 3 MAX released last year, the Reserator 3 MAX Dual bolsters performance drastically by utilizing a large 240mm Radiator compared to the smaller 120mm radiator size of its smaller brother. The Reserator 3 MAX Dual features the classic ZALMAN Omega heatsink structure, reborn and updated in its current form for the most effective radiator use in closed loop liquid cooling solutions. Enhanced with 240mm radiator capacity, the Reserator 3 MAX Dual will feature unparalleled performance with whisper quiet acoustics.

Cyberpower Makes New V3 Voltair CPU Cooler Available in Custom-Built PCs

Cyberpower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and performance workstations, has entered into an agreement with V3 Components to be the exclusive distributor of V3 Components products in North America. V3 Components, based in Lomita, California is a new manufacturer of enthusiast level computer components. The company recently announced its first product, the V3 Voltair High Performance Thermoelectric CPU Cooler.

"We are very happy to have Cyberpower Inc. as the exclusive distributor of our products in North America. Cyberpower Inc. offers the logistics capacity and market reach to help make our products available to a much wider audience than we would be able to on our own," said Chuck Morris, Product Manager at V3 Components. "Cyberpower Inc. has successful partnerships among both etailers and the retail channel that it will use to offer V3 Components products to customers.

Scythe Unveils Tatsumi 1000B CPU Cooler

Scythe unveiled the Tatsumi 1000B entry-level CPU cooler. Measuring 102 mm x 83 mm x 146 mm (WxDxH), and weighing in at 450 g, Tatsumi features a tower-type heatsink with three 6 mm thick copper heat pipes conveying heat drawn from a nickel-plated copper base, to an aluminium fin stack; and ventilated by a 92 mm PWM controllable fan. The fan spins at speeds ranging between 200 and 2,500 RPM, pushing between 6.7 and 55.55 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 7.2 and 31.07 dBA. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA1366, AM3(+), and FM2(+). Scythe is expected to begin shipping the Tatsumi in early-May.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

LEPA Introduces the LEPAD S17 Notebook Cooler

The new LEPAD S17 notebook cooler accomplishes two tasks at once: Its 14 cm fan supports the cooling system of overloaded and overheated mobile computers, and the two integrated speakers improve the sound output quality. For best possible air circulation and an effective elimination of hot spots, LEPA applies a wide steel mesh surface. The cooling performance can be adjusted according to the particular system requirements thanks to a seamless fan speed control. It ranges from 800 to 1,300 RPM.

Notebook sound systems will not always fulfill the expectations of audiophiles. The speakers distort the sound and the volume is too low. With two full-surround satellite speakers and an integrated amplifier, the LEPAD S17 provides a well-balanced, clear and strong audio output.

AMD Selects Asetek to Liquid Cool The World's Fastest Graphics Card

Asetek, the world's leading supplier of computer liquid cooling solutions, today announced that its liquid cooling technology will be used to cool AMD's latest flagship graphics card. The new AMD Radeon R9 295X2 is the world's fastest graphics card. Boasting 8 gigabytes of memory and over 11 teraflops of computing power, the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card is the undisputed graphics performance champion.

"Today's high-end graphic cards pack insane amounts of power into a very small area and removing that heat is no small task. Utilizing our liquid cooling for graphics cards unlocks new opportunities for performance and low noise," said André Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of Asetek. "The fact that AMD has chosen Asetek liquid cooling for their reference cooling design is a testament to the reliability and performance of our technology."

Noctua Presents the NH-D15 Dual Tower CPU Cooler

Noctua today introduced its new flagship-model NH-D15. Built on the basis of the legendary NH-D14 and carrying on its quest for ultimate quiet cooling performance, the NH-D15 is an elite-class dual tower cooler for the highest demands.

"Having convinced tens of thousands of quiet cooling enthusiasts around the globe, our NH-D14 has become a reference for top-tier dual tower heatsinks", explains Mag. Roland Mossig, Noctua CEO. "In the end, it took us more than three years of continuous development, countless thermal simulations and over hundred samples to come up with a substantial improvement in efficiency. Staying true to our policy of not releasing anything we're not 100% satisfied with, we had to accept some delays in order to squeeze out the last few percent of performance, but now we're proud to finally release the NH-D15 as a worthy successor to the venerable D14."

Cryorig Teases the C1 ITX CPU Cooler

After debuting in the CPU cooler scene with a bang, Cryorig is reading its first low-profile product for the ITX and SFF desktop markets, the C1 ITX. This top-flow cooler uses an aluminium fin-stack design, in which heat drawn from the base is conveyed to the stack using four nickel-plated copper heat pipes. The stack is larger than it looks, although we don't have the exact dimensions at hand, and is ventilated by a 140 mm XT140 PWM spinner. The cooler will support most modern CPU socket types, from both Intel and AMD. Cryorig is currently testing the C1 ITX, and hopes to ship it out by May.

Scythe Unveils Iori Top-Flow CPU Cooler

The evolving PC market moves towards yet smaller and faster Computers. Scythe reacts to the trend and offers a compact Top-Flow CPU Cooler, which is especially developed for Mini- and Micro-ATX systems. Iori supports the latest platforms of both AMD and Intel. But it gets even better: Thanks to the low-weight of the heatsink, an improved version of the Push-Pin mounting mechanism has been used, allowing fast heatsink mounting on virtually every motherboard.

In spite of its compact dimensions of 107 x 92 x 136 mm and its low heatsink weight of only 400 grams, Scythe Iori is able to cool latest CPUs from both Intel and AMD. Scythe achieved this by utilizing three 6 mm copper-heatpipes, which are crossing the heatsink twice, and the use of a custom-made PWM axial-fan. Fan speed of the supplied 100-millimeter model can be controlled by the motherboard thanks to the PWM-function between 300 and 1.800 RPM. Hence allows the fan to move between 7,3 and 43,74 cubic feet per minute (12,4 ~ 74,3m³/h) at a low noise level between 4,5 and 26,7 dBA. The custom-made axial-fan is equipped with common 92 mm mounting holes.

Reeven Announces Steropes RC-1206 Low Profile CPU Cooler

Reeven announced the Steropes RC-1206 low-profile CPU cooler. Measuring 125 mm x 129 mm x 60 mm (WxDxH), it weighs about 470 g. Its design includes a chunky copper+aluminium base that doubles up as a heatsink, from which five nickel-plated copper heat pipes pass through. The heat pipes draw heat away from the base, and to an aluminium fin stack that's arranged along the plane of the motherboard, which is then ventilated by a 12 mm-thick 120 mm fan that spins between 500 and 2,000 RPM, pushing between 12.13 and 45.47 CFM of air, with noise output proportionately ranging between 9.32 and 33.67 dBA. The fan supports draws power from a 4-pin PWM fan header. The cooler supports most modern CPU socket types, including Intel LGA115x, AMD AM3+, and FM2+. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability information.

Enermax Announces the ETS-N30 CPU Cooler

After the successful launch of the ETS-T40 series, ENERMAX now presents the new ETS-N30 CPU Cooler with 2 variants, the HE and TAA. The new lineup fills out the ENERMAX CPU cooler product series and inherits the superior performance of ETS-T40 with patented technologies and featured innovations in cooling designs.

ETS-N30 equips with the patented SEF (Stack Effect Flow). The 4 punch holes on each individual fin enhance the heat transfer through the new ventilation channels above the fins.

Thermaltake Announces the NiC Series CPU Coolers

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units announces the most innovative product, NiC Series CPU Coolers. Incorporating the latest proprietary technology, Thermaltake introduces to the world the all new NiC series in 2014 (L31/L32), inspired from its name "non-interference cooler", fully compatible with RAM of all kinds, ideally for power users who fill their RAM slots with taller high-end overclocked RAM. This also brings the air cooler industry another level towards silence, performance and compatibility.

Uninterrupted New Standard
NiC L31/ NiC L32 solves the problem that high performance RAM and CPU coolers cannot co-exist in the past, it achieves the best RAM clearance allowing user to install high end overclock RAM with coolers with ease.

Raijintek Unveils the Nemesis and Themis Evo CPU Coolers

Raijintek has today announced a couple of new CPU coolers which are set to become available next month - Nemesis and Themis Evo. Of these two Nemesis is the higher-end model and it measures features a dual-tower nickel-plated heatsink, five 8 mm copper heatpipes and two 140 mm PWM fans that operate at 600 to 1,000 RPM. This one measures 140 (W) x 130 (D) x 166.5 (H) mm and costs 59.90 Euro.

The Themis Evo is 122 by 82 by 165 mm and has a nickel-plated tower heatsink, four C.D.C. (CPU Direct Contact) 8 mm copper heatpipes, and one 120 mm fan working at 1,000 ~ 1,500 RPM. Themis Evo costs 32.90 Euro. Both Nemesis and Themis Evo support Intel LGA 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and AMD Socket AM2, AM2(+), AM3(+), FM1, FM2(+) processors.

Raijintek Unveils the RHEA CPU Cooler

Raijintek has today announced its newest cooling solution, a budget CPU cooler called RHEA. Measuring 93 (W) x59 (D) x 118 (H) mm, the cooler features an aluminum heatsink with three 6 mm direct contact copper heatpipes, and is equipped with one 92 mm Sleeve Bearing PWM fan that runs at 800 to 2200 RPM and has a maximum sound output of 27.9 dBA.

RHEA includes support for Intel LGA 1150/1155/1156 processors. No word yet on pricing.

CRYORIG R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler, XF140 and XT140 Fans Go On Sale

PC peripherals new comer CRYORIG's first products, the R1 Ultimate high-end CPU cooler and XF140, XT140 system fans are available now in Japan and Korea. And to celebrate the launch of the brand, CRYORIG is providing one free XF140 140 mm PWM fan upon purchases of the R1 Ultimate for limited time and quantity.

The CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is the accumulation of years of research and design. Integrating multiple manufacturing and design patents, the CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is jam packed with multiple one of a kind features. The long list of features include our patented DirectCompress full contact soldering process, Jet Fin Acceleration System, Heatpipe Convex-Align and Displacement Optimization Systems. Featuring two XF140 PWM fans, and with the upgradability to go with three fans. Also offering one of the industry's longest, 6 year warranty upon product registration.

RAIJINTEK Introduces the Pallas and Zelos Low-Profile CPU Coolers

RAIJINTEK has this week announced the new additions to its cooling offers, the Pallas (high-end) and Zelos (mid-range) low-profile CPU coolers. Pallas measures 153 x 150 x 68 mm and features a nickel plated heatsink with a copper base, solder-free aluminum fins and six 6 mm heatpipes, plus a 140 x 150 mm Sleeve Bearing fan that can operate at 650 to 1400 RPM (max sound output is 28 dBA).

Zelos is 94 by 93 by 44 mm and has an aluminum heatsink with three direct-contact 6 mm nickel-plated heatpipes, and one 90 mm Hydraumatic Bearing fan working at 800 to 1400 RPM (20 dBA max sound output).

Arctic Rolls Out the Freezer i11 and Freezer A11 CPU Coolers

Swiss company Arctic has now launched the Freezer i11 and Freezer A11, two CPU coolers with identical specs but different mounting systems - the i11 supports Intel LGA 1150/1155/1156/2011 chips while the A11 supports AMD FM2/FM1/AM3(+)AM2(+) processors.

These twin coolers measure 108 (L) x 90 (W) x 130 (H) mm, they weigh 480 grams each and feature 45 aluminum fins, three 6 mm Direct Touch copper heatpipes, and one 92 mm PWM fan operating at 500 to 2,000 RPM. Both the Freezer i11 and Freezer A11 come bundled with MX-4 thermal grease and cost 19.90 Euro.

Lepa Gives its CPU Coolers Color Options

Lepa unveiled a trio of colorful tower-type CPU coolers coarsely based on the design of Enermax ETS-T40. Unlike Enermax' creation, Lepa's come with aluminium fins anodized with one of three color options, red, blue, and olive-green. The best part is Lepa's LPCP12N series "disco" fan, which should be quite catchy (albeit distracting) in a case with a window. Like the ETS-T40, Lepa's unnamed coolers should measure roughly 139 x 70 x 160 mm (LxWxH), weighing around 610 g. The tower-type heatsink uses four copper heat pipes that draw heat directly from the CPU IHS. Find a video clipping of the "disco" fan in action, at the source.

Source: TechReport

Zalman Also Readies the FX70 Fanless CPU Cooler

If the fans and the pump and the looping liquid of the Reserator 3 Max Dual seem like too much noise-generating movement then you might be interested in another cooling solution showcased by Zalman at CES 2014, the FX70. This new CPU cooler has no moving parts to break the silence but it does feature a 'Twist' heatsink that is supposed to maximize performance and makes use of a copper base and six beefy heatpipes. There's even support for installing two 120 mm fans.

The nickel-plated FX70 measures 110 (L) x 140 (W) x 158 (H) mm, it weighs 530 grams and is compatible with Intel LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/1150/775 and AMD Socket FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+) processors. A gram of ZM-STG2M thermal grease will be included in its bundle.

Zalman to Release Reserator 3 Max Dual CPU Cooler

The all-in-one liquid CPU cooler market will soon get a bit more crowded as Zalman is preparing to unleash a new Reserator model, the Reserator 3 Max Dual. Seen at CES 2014, the upcoming cooler features a water block with a micro-fin copper base and an embedded pump, and a quite eye-catching radiator boasting a transparent cover, radial copper heatsinks and two 120 mm Blue LED-equipped fans that can operate at 1,000 to 2,300 RPM (max sound output is 37.2 dBA).

The Reserator 3 Max Dual supports Intel LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/1150/775 and AMD Socket FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+) processors and comes bundled with ZM-STG2M thermal grease. The cooler's price tag was not revealed.

be quiet! Introduces the Dark Rock Pro 3 CPU Cooler

be quiet! has this week officially announced its newest, high-end CPU cooler, the Dark Rock Pro 3. Pictured below, this nickel-plated black beauty of a cooler makes use of a dual-tower design and features a copper base, 90 aluminum fins, seven 6 mm heatpipes, and two (one 135 mm and one 120 mm) SilentWings PWM fans with a noise output of up to 26.1 dB(A).

The Dark Rock Pro 3 includes support for Intel LGA 775/1366/2011/1156/1155/1150 and AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2(+)/AM3/FM1 processors, and is set to become available next week priced at 79.90 Euro.

DeepCool Readies the Ice Blade 200M CPU Cooler

DeepCool is currently preparing the release of the Ice Blade 200M, a 'cost effective' cooling solution that can be hooked up to Intel LGA2011/LGA1366/LGA1156/LGA1155/LGA1150/LGA775 or AMD Socket FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/940/939/754 processors.

This new CPU cooler measures 103 x 94 x 135 mm, it weighs 343 grams, and features two direct touch 8 mm copper heatpipes, an aluminum heatsink, and two 92 mm Hydro Bearing fans that can run at 900 to 2200 RPM (17.8 ~ 30.1dB(A) sound output). The Ice Blade 200M has yet to be priced.

Corsair Introduces the Hydro Series H105 Liquid Cooler

Corsair today announced H105 as the latest addition to its Hydro Series of all-in-one liquid coolers. This fresh cooling solution features a new mounting bracket enabling easy, tool-free installation, a copper cold plate, a ceramic bearing pump, a 38 mm-thick 240 mm aluminum radiator equipped with two 120 mm SP120L PWM (800 ~ 2700 RPM) fans, and an interchangeable color accent ring (metallic grey, red and blue rings are bundled) for the CPU block.

The Hydro Series H105 has support for Intel LGA 1156/1155/1150/1366/2011 and AMD Socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 processors, it comes with a five-year warranty and is priced at $119.99.

Cooler Master Previews the Glacer 360L CPU Liquid Cooler

At CES 2014 Cooler Master is showcasing a new, all-in-one liquid cooling solution, the Glacer 360L. Pictured below, the bigger brother of the October-released Glacer 240L has an 'exclusive design by Cooler Master' (apparently no Swiftech partnership for this new model), and features a copper waterblock, a 3500 RPM pump system, and a radiator packing three 120 mm fans.

By default the Glacer 360L is a CPU cooler but, according to Cooler Master, it can be 'upgraded to cool other components'. The product's price tag has yet to be revealed.

Inter-Tech Readies the Dynatron MARS T1 CPU Cooler

German company Inter-Tech is currently preparing the release of a new Dynatron Series CPU cooler, the MARS T1. This cooling solution measures 135 x 150 x 80 mm, it weighs 660 grams, and has 48 aluminum fins, four 6 mm direct contact copper heatpipes, and a 120 mm fan that can operate at 600 to 1500 RPM.

The MARS T1 has support for Intel LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011 and AMD Sockel FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2 processors with a TDP of up to 160 W. No word yet on pricing.

Cryorig Details Full-Fledged Cryorig R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler

CRYORIG's first launch product the CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is the accumulation of years of research and design. CRYOIG is now revealing a more detailed explanation and closer look at the R1 Ultimate's extremely long list of trademarked technology and patented designs. CRYORIG's patented DirectCompress Soldering, increases the actual contact surface between the heatpipe and heatsink fins. Traditional soldering requires a cut out area next to the heatpipe through hole in order to pass through soldering tools. DirectCompress Soldering requires no cut out and has on average at least 10% more contact surface compared to traditional soldering, and the more contact surface the faster the heat conduction.
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