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Scythe Releases Fuma Twin-Tower CPU Cooler

Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces the availability of it's new Fuma Twin-Tower CPU-Cooler. The new model combines a compact Twin-Tower design with total height of mere 149 millimeters and impressive cooling performance. The compact tower-design allows the Scythe Fuma to easily fit into most on-market PC chassis, making it a great choice for both enthusiast and gaming systems. Fuma is supplied with two Scythe Slip Stream 120-mm PWM fans and another fan clip set for a third fan.

Scythe Engineers successfully created a compact but powerful Twin-Tower heatsink with a total height of 149 millimetres. The new Fuma utilizes 6 high-quality-copper-heatpipes with 6-millimeter diameter. Scythe has soldered the heatpipes to the solid copper-baseplate and the small cooler-block, to increase contact area and maximize the heat-transfer. Both copper-heatpipes and copper-base-plate have been nickel-plated in a final step.

Arctic Announces Liquid Freezer Line of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Arctic announces its first liquid coolers, the Liquid Freezer 120 and Liquid Freezer 240. For years ARCTIC provides delighted gamer and enthusiasts with CPU air coolers of all classes. With the first water coolers the processor cooling now reaches a new level. The Liquid Freezer 120 and the Liquid Freezer 240 start in the market not only as the quietest but also as the most powerful all-in-one coolers of their class.

Ready for 16 cores and overclocking? With the Liquid Freezer 240, you are. The high-performance water cooler deals with up to 300 Watts TDP and has four fans on board. The Liquid Freezer 120 distinguishes itself by strong 250 Watts with dual fans. The almost silent 120 mm fans, mounted on opposite sides of the radiator, provide a great airflow by push-pull configuration. All fans are controllable with PST function to adjust the fan speed based on CPU temperature. Latest motor technology and smooth tubes offer top performance at only 2 watt power consumption.

DeepCool Intros GamerStorm Captain 240 White CPU Cooler

DeepCool announced a new white variant of its GamerStorm Captain 240 all-in-one liquid cooler. Replacing the original's red+black 2-tone scheme, the Captain 240 White features matte white on the pump+block the fans, and the insides of the fan frames. The rest of the cooler, including the interesting loop on the pump+block, comes in black. Red makes way for white with the LED "bionic" lighting inside the block. The rest of its specifications are the same. DeepCool didn't reveal pricing or availability.

Arctic Announces Freezer i32 and A32 Semi-Passive CPU Coolers

Arctic announces the i32/A32 semi-passive coolers. The Freezer i32/A32 is the first semi passive Arctic cooler. The smaller and lighter successor of the Freezer i30/A30 is the perfect gadget for PC enthusiasts looking for an ultra-quiet but efficient solution for the CPU cooling. It is the first ARCTIC cooler which comes with the new fan controller developed in Germany.

Arctic cooler are well-known for optimum cooling performance at a low noise level. By semi passive performance the Freezer i32/A32 provides again a special feature. A sophisticated fan controller enables that the CPU is completely passively cooled during typical Windows operation. The F12 PWM fan only start up at a higher temperature (from 40% PWM).

Scythe Announces Third Version of Grand Kama Cross CPU Cooler

Japanese cooling expert Scythe announcing the third version of it's "Grand Kama Cross" Top-Flow CPU cooler. New Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3 is based on the same extraordinary X-Structure concept as the predecessor, allowing especially efficient cooling of both the CPU and the surrounding components such as VGA cards, VRMs or RAM.

Scythe engineers redesigned the Grand Kama Cross 3 with the goal to significantly improve the overall performance. Instead of using regular 6-millimeter copper-heatpipes, Scythe has exchanged the two copper-heatpipes in the center against two with 8-millimeter diameter. Fine-tuning the manufacturing process allowed to further increase the efficiency of the heat transfer between the copper baseplate and the copper-heatpipes. Another difference to the predecessor is that both the copper baseplate and the four copper-heatpipes have been completely nickel-plated for the Grand Kama Cross 3. The engineers have re-designed the two aluminum-fins blocks and fitted the fins with a special saw tooth tread design. The new design has lowered both the operating noise at higher fan speed ranges and the air resistance, resulting in improved cooling performance.

CRYORIG Releases the M9i and M9a Ultra Compact Tower Coolers

PC thermal solution innovator CRYORIG releases the M9i and M9a, a compact tower cooling solution with three 6-mm heatpipes, True Copper Base and 92 mm 2,200 rpm PWM fan. The CRYORIG M9i/M9a is an entry-level tower heatsink that is both compact and affordable, but comes packing with material and tech comparable to CRYORIG's other ultra high end products.

Three 6-millimeter high performance copper heatpipes and a True Copper Base makes up the core of the M9i/M9a. Bucking the trend of removing the costly copper base in entry-level products, the M9i/M9a has all the same makings of CRYORIG's other more expensive products like the H5 Ultimate. The True Copper Base improves heat conduction and contact area for all the heatpipes. Together with CRYORIG's proprietary Jet Fin Acceleration System enabled aluminum fins, makes up for the high performance seen on such a small product. The M9 also safely avoids the RAM and PCI-E slots, completely avoids any RAM and PCI-E compatibility issues. With a total height of only 124,6 mm, it is also highly compatible with nearly all mid-tower ATX or Micro ATX systems.

ID-Cooling Intros FrostFlow 240L AIO CPU Cooler

ID-Cooling introduced the FrostFlow 240L all-in-one liquid CPU cooler. This cooler is designed to handle thermal loads of up to 200W, and is equipped with 27 mm-thick 240 mm x 120 mm radiator, with two pre-installed fans that spin between 800-2,000 RPM, pushing up to 84.5 CFM of air, each, with a noise output ranging between 20-38.2 dB, each. The pump spins at a constant 2,500 RPM, with a noise output of 25 dB, and has an MTBF rated at 50,000 hours. The pump-block unit puts up a "comet-tail" LED light-show, and features a copper micro-fin block. The cooler supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011v3, LGA115x, AM#+, FM#+, etc.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Phononic solid-state CPU Cooler Gives Big Cooling Performance in a Small Package

Phononic, the company revolutionizing cooling and heating with SilverCore solid-state technology, introduces a new and innovative, high-performance solid-state CPU Cooler. The Phononic model HEX 1.0 is the first in a series of CPU coolers and is now available for pre-order via the company's Indiegogo campaign.

Unlike traditional heatsink/fan CPU coolers that continue to grow in size, the HEX 1.0 is built to meet today's high-performance computing needs in a much smaller form factor, which allows consumers to utilize enclosures ranging from mini-ITX to full size EATX towers. The Phononic CPU Cooler comes equipped with a dedicated control board that provides Variable Assist Cooling (VAC). Users can maximize thermal performance while minimizing the power and fan noise associated with increasing CPU load conditions. VAC combines a state-of-the-art Phononic heat pump with electronic control hardware and firmware that allows the CPU Cooler to respond to the changing load and ambient conditions.

DeepCool Intros the GamerStorm Lucifer K2 CPU Cooler

DeepCool introduced the second-generation of its GamerStorm Lucifer tower-type CPU cooler, the Lucifer K2. Designed as an alternative to entry-level AIO liquid cooling solutions, this cooler can either cool low-TDP chips fan-less, or massive HEDT chips with its included 120 mm PWM fan. Measuring 146.5 mm x 131.5 mm x 163 mm, the cooler weighs 1,047 g. It features an H-shaped (overall cubical) aluminium fin stack which extends vertically from its base.

The base is a milled copper block, from which six heat pipes project out, distributing heat through various points of the two lobes of the fin-stack. The included fan takes in 4-pin PWM input, has a speed range between 600 to 1,800 RPM, pushes up to 61.93 CFM of air, and has a noise output ranging between 18.2 to 32.4 dBA. The Lucifer K2 supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA1151/1150/1155/1156, LGA2011/2011v3, LGA1366, AM3+/AM3, and FM2+/FM2. The company didn't announce pricing or availability.

Cool Both Your CPU and GPU with ID-Cooling Hunter Duet AIO Cooler

ID-COOLING officially releases the world's first integrated AIO water cooler for CPU & GPU with one radiator two pumps design, named HUNTER DUET. Along with this cooler, ID-COOLING is going to launch a full product line of water cooling under FROSTFLOW series.

HUNTER DUET is equipped with a 240 mm radiator mounted with a pair of SF-12025 high static pressure fans. Fan speed is PWM controlled from 800 to 2000RPM, pushing max. airflow of 84.5CFM each. On four corners are mounted with rubber dampeners to absorb operating vibration.

GELID Announces Polar 1U Low-profile CPU Cooler for Intel LGA115x

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions unveils the latest 1U low profile cooler for Intel CPU. The POLAR CPU cooler is a product of GELID Solutions SILENT product line. The POLAR is designed for HTPC, Panel PC, Car PC and 1U Server. Heatsink height of just 27 mm fits most slim low profile cases. The POLAR also has an improved heatsink fin configuration to achieve high cooling performance in a compact design. The cooler weighs only 127 g and especially conforms to lightweight Panel PC and Car PC applications.

A silent 75 mm frameless fan with the intelligent GELID PWM (Pulse Width Module) control was chosen to be integrated into the heat sink. The fan blades were optimized and with a fan speed of min. 1400 rpm it guarantees a high airflow. The intelligent GELID PWM control keeps the fan silent but accelerates the fan speed whenever additional cooling is needed. The multi-award winning high performance GC-2 thermal compound is already pre-applied on the heatsink. The POLAR is compatible to Intel Celeron, Pentium Dual-Core, Core i3 and Core i5 CPU with TDP 65W. The cooler fits multiple Intel CPU sockets such as LGA 1150, 1155 and 1156.

Cooler Master MasterAir and MasterLiquid Coolers Pictured

In addition to the MasterCase, Cooler Master unveiled its flagship CPU coolers, the MasterAir and the MasterLiquid, which as their names suggest, and air- and liquid-coolers, respectively. The MasterAir is styled a lot like the old V8 GTS, but is a single fin-stack, tower-type cooler, with two pre-installed 140 mm fans in push-pull configuration. The cooler integrates what CM calls a "3D vapor-chamber," which combines the benefits of a horizontal (plate making direct contact with CPU) and vertical (that which conducts heat through the fin-stack) vapor chambers. In addition, there are eight conventional copper heat pipes. The 140 mm fans glow with red or white LEDs. The MasterLiquid, on the other hand, is a DIY liquid cooling solution, with CPU blocks, reservoirs, tubing, coolants, fittings, and 2x 140 mm radiators branded by Cooler Master. The company showed off one such solution installed in a MasterCase exhibit.

Reeven Unveils a Trio of Low-profile CPU Coolers

Reeven showed off a trio of low-profile top-flow CPU coolers, some meant to simply replace your stock cooling, others to lower noise, and increase OC headroom. The lineup begins with the Steropes (RC-1206). This 60 mm tall cooler (including fan), features a large (120 x 120 mm size) aluminium fin-stack, which is just tall enough to stay above key motherboard components on a mini-ITX board, while still leaving room for standard height memory modules, and the PCI-Express slot. The cooler is ventilated by a 12 mm-thick 120 mm fan.

Next up, is the Brontes (RC-1001). This cooler is even shorter than the Steropes at just 59 mm, but has lower clearance below the fin-stack, and uses a 12 mm-thick 100 mm fan. The cooler itself measures 105 mm x 59 mm x 114 mm. Lastly, there's the Vanxie (RC-0801). This 33 mm tall cooler is just about the size of a reference Intel heatsink; and has almost no clearance below the fin-stack. It's ventilated by a 10.8 mm-thick 80 mm spinner; and measures 80 mm x 33 mm x 93 mm. All three coolers support Intel LGA115x and AMD AM1, AM3+, and FM2+ socket types (under 100W TDP).

Cooler Master Rekindles Maker Spirit, Launches "Make It Yours" Slogan

Cooler Master is launching a new slogan: "Make It Yours." The slogan kicks off a new drive to harness "the Maker Spirit" in Cooler Master's products and community.
"The maker spirit is that curiosity to know how and why things work, and the satisfaction that stems from taking ownership of something you make," said Roger Lin, Cooler Master's Chief Executive Officer. "People want unique products to express themselves, that's human nature."

As part of a drive to capture the maker spirit earlier this year, Cooler Master invited a team of renowned PC industry veterans, including Richard Surroz from the US, Peter Brands and Richard Kier of the Netherlands, Mathieu Heredia of France, and Ronnie Hara of Brazil (by way of Japan), to Taipei for a week-long workshop on the future of case technology.

Fractal Design Gives its Kelvin Line of AIO Liquid Coolers a Design Update

Fractal Design gave its Kelvin line of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers a design update. The 120 mm T12, 240 mm S24, and 360 mm S36, now come with newer Dynamic GP-12 PWM fans, which offer quieter operation and increased air-flow (500-2,000 RPM speed range); a 9V speed control adapter for the pump; an improved fill-port design, which can be opened with a coin, letting you replace or top-up the coolant; and new PH2 heads on the radiator screws, so you no longer need an Allen key to deal with them.

Be Quiet! Extends Dark Rock Family with Top Flow Model

Be Quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for nine consecutive years, extends its Dark Rock family with a powerful new model in Top Flow-format: the Dark Rock TF combines a sophisticated cooler design with the proven SilentWings technology to successfully cool demanding systems with compact form factors.

The new Dark Rock TF consists of two nickel-plated heat sinks that are interconnected by six performant heat pipes in 6-millimetre format. With this design, the Top Flow cooler can carry two SilentWings fans with a diameter of 135 millimetres and manages a TDP of up to 220 watts at a maximum of 26.7 decibels. The proven fans are decoupled from the heat sinks by rubberised inserts, which suppresses vibrations. For an absolute smooth fan operation, be quiet! uses a long-lasting fluid dynamic bearing and a silent 6-pole motor.

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Starts Selling

Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces the official successor of Ninja 3 Rev. B CPU Cooler. Ninja 4 comes with some major technical innovations, including the increased performance and reduction of overall weight by 180 grams. Wide range compatibility to the common sockets from AMD and Intel is assured, which is very typical for Scythe products.

Ninja 4 stays true to the core concept of the Ninja series, by keeping focus on passive and semi-passive cooling capabilities of the tower-cooler. To further underline this core concept, a new fan with additional features has been introduced. The GlideStream 120 PWM fan has been equipped with a special fan controller, allowing users to switch between three different fan speed ranges. Low mode has been tuned for extremely silent operation, where PWM control range varies from 300 to 800 RPM at virtually inaudible noise levels from 4,0 to 12,5 dBA. Medium mode suits most user purposes, as it covers a wider range from 300 to 1.150 RPM and offers the best performance to silence ratio. The last mode has been implemented for users seeking more performance, since it offers the maximum fan speed range starting at 300 and ending at 1.500 RPM. Supplied GlideStream 120 PWM fan has great influence on the Ninja 4 design in addition, thanks to its grey fan blades and black fan-frame.

DeepCool Announces Maelstrom T-Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

DeepCool announced its latest Maelstrom T-series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, the Maelstrom 120T, and the Maelstrom 240T. As their names suggest, the two differ with radiator sizes of 120 x 120 mm and 120 mm x 240 mm, respectively. The two are characterized by a newer 0.2 mm-thick copper micro-channel design on the block, which offers higher surface area for heat dissipation to the coolant; and a new zirconia-ceramic impeller on the pump, which offers an MTBF of 120,000 hours.

The 27 mm-thick radiators on both models are mated with included blue LED-lit fans, which take in PWM input, spin between 600 and 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 83.64 CFM of air, each, with a noise output ranging between 17.8-34.1 dBA. Most modern CPU socket types are supported, including LGA2011v3, LGA1366, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+. The block has a glowing white LED logo, with a "breathing" effect. The company did not announce pricing or availability information.

Cryorig Announces the H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler

CRYORIG announces the H5 Ultimate. Based on the acclaimed H5 Universal, CRYORIG has extended the successful Hive Fin base H series line with the CRYORIG H5 Ultimate. The H5 Ultimate features the same award winning features as the original H5 Universal, but with a larger XF140 140mm fan and new jet black heatsink covers. The larger XF140 increases the H5 Ultimate's TDP from 160 to 180watt, putting the proprietary Hive Fin system to work. Together with the acclaimed MultiSeg mounting system, the H5 Ultimate will be the strongest single tower solution CRYORIG has up to date.

"The CRYORIG H5 Ultimate is the natural evolution of the H5 Universal. It follows our strategy of offering two different styles of products for our models. The Universal line focuses on the best compatibility on the market, and the Ultimate line which is about pure performance. The PC DIY Modding and Overclocking crowd is a smart bunch of people who know what they need and want. We at CRYORIG believe that giving extra options and choices ultimately allows for users to find and chose what they need, instead of having the brands choose for them. Choice of customization is key," said Alex W. Co-Founder of CRYORIG.

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of Scythe's latest flagship CPU heatsink, the Ninja 4. The fourth generation Ninja gets a unique new symmetrical square fin design, which is split in a way that makes it look like the heatsink has four fin stacks, with a nice four-edged shuriken pattern in the center. The fin stack is fed by six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes, making for 12 ends, three-each for the four lobes of the fin-stack.

The Ninja 4 heatsink can mount 120 mm fans on each of its four sides. It measures 130 mm x 130 mm x 155 mm (LxDxH) without fan, weighing 900 g. Without any fan installed, the Ninja 4 can handle CPUs with TDP of up to 65W. With one of more fans installed, it's game for most high-end CPUs. Sockets supported include LGA2011v3, LGA1366, LGA115x, AM3+ and FM2+. A Scythe Hayabusa 120 PWM fan is included. This 120 mm fan spins between 300-1500 RPM, pushing between 12.93-84.64 CFM of air, with 12.5-29.5 dBA of noise output, taking power input from a 4-pin PWM header. The Ninja 4 is launched in Scythe's home market of Japan.
Sources: Hermitage Akihabara, FanlessTech

Alpenföhn Announces Matterhorn Black & White Edition CPU Coolers

European PC cooling specialist Alpenföhn announced two additions to its popular Matterhorn CPU cooler series, the Matterhorn White Edition, and Black Edition. This tower-type cooler features a monolithic fin-stack with trapezoid fins, to which heat drawn from the CPU is fed by six 6 mm thick copper heat pipes. Measuring 138 x 100 x 158 mm, the heatsink weighs a little over 1.06 kg. The heatsink is ventilated by an included Alpenföhn WingBoost 2 fan. This 120 mm spinner takes in 4-pin PWM-controllable power, spins between 500 and 1,500 RPM, pushes up to 106 m³/h of air, with a noise output ranging between 18 and 20 dBA. Available now, the two are priced at 52.90€.

Arctic Announces M1 Series CPU Coolers for AMD Socket AM1

Arctic announces the M1 and M1-Passive CPU coolers for AMD socket AM1. The Alpine M1 & Alpine M1-Passive replace the noisy stock cooler. Building a quiet PC system with a low budget? Yes it is possible! The Alpine M1 & Alpine M1-Passive were specifically designed for the AMD AM1 platform and are the ideal alternative to the noisy stock cooler.

The cooling performance of the whisper quiet Alpine M1 is more than sufficient to keep every AM1 CPU at bay by margin. An 80 mm low speed fan delivers the desired airflow and pressure without producing any audible noise. Even under full load it generates only 0.1 Sone which makes it twice as quiet as the stock cooler.

Be Quiet! Announces Shadow Rock LP CPU Cooler

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for nine consecutive years*, extends its cooler range with a new model in a smaller size: the Shadow Rock LP is characterised by its compact low-profile design and high cooling capacity, making it ideal for use in space-saving but powerful desktop systems and home theatre PCs (HTPCs).

The Shadow Rock LP has been developed with a focus on a perfect ratio of power to noise level. It can cope with a TDP of up to 130 watts despite its compact dimensions of 134 x 122 x 75.4 millimetre (L x W x H). Even then, it produces a maximum noise level of no more than 25.5 decibels. be quiet! achieves this through an optimal interaction between the numerous aluminium fins, four powerful 6 millimetre heat pipes and the Pure Wings 2 fan. The latter comes in a 120-millimetre PWM-version and has nine airflow-optimised fan blades and a durable rifle bearing. As a result, the manufacturer guarantees an optimal operating noise and long-term reliability.

Xilence Announces 402 C-Series CPU Coolers

With the new 402 cooler from the Performance C series Xilence presents a compact, yet very powerful cooler for powerful multi-core processors. The small and very silent cooler comes in the classical tower design, and convinces with extremely powerful heatpipes and its innovative rib design. That ensures a low speed of the 92mm fan and therefore a very low noise level. The heat transfer between CPU and cooler is due to the direct contact of heatpipes to the CPU extremely efficient and very smooth. The A402 and the I402 will be available from May for 14,90 Euro (MSRP).

Corsair Hydro H110i GT Cooler Starts Selling

Corsair started selling its Hydro Series H110i GT all-in-one liquid CPU cooler, which it launched at the International CES 2015, early last month. It's priced at US $129.99. The cooler consists of a new block+pump main unit, with a higher coolant pressure compared to the H105, because it's feeding coolant to a larger 280 mm x 140 mm radiator. The block features a glowing Corsair logo, with RGB multi-color illumination, which you can customize using the Corsair Link software. The cooler plugs into a USB header, in addition to power, interfacing with the Link software, letting you monitor and control its various parameters.

The H110i GT supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011v3, LGA1150, AM3+, and FM2+. Also included are two Corsair SP140L PWM "high-torque" fans. These 140 mm spinners are a variant of the SP140 series, which lack LED lighting, but feature 4-pin PWM power inputs, offering speeds of up to 2,100 RPM, pushing up to 113 CFM of air, each, with a noise output of up to 43 dBA, each.
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