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Cooler Master Announces Master Air Maker 8 CPU Cooler

Cooler Master announced availability of its Master Air Maker 8 high-end CPU cooler. Designed to offer cooling performance rivaling 240 mm AIO liquid-cooling solutions (according to the company), this cooler features a large central aluminium fin-stack, to which heat drawn from the CPU by a 3D Vapor-chamber plate, is conveyed by eight 6 mm thick copper heat pipes, two of which are an extension of the vapor-chamber plate itself.

A pair of red LED-lit 140 mm fans in push-pull configuration ventilate the heatsink. These fans spin between 600-1,800 RPM, pushing up to 66 CFM of air, each. The typical noise output is rated a between 8-24 dBA per fan. Topping it off is a "monolithic" industrial design, including a tinted acrylic top for the heatsink. The cooler is game for all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011v3, LGA115x, AM3+, FM2+, and upcoming AMD sockets. Measuring 145 mm x 135 mm x 172 mm (WxLxH), the cooler weighs 1.35 kg. The cooler is backed by a 5-year warranty.

Scythe Announces Availability of the Kabuto 3 CPU Cooler

Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces today the third version of the famous TOP-Flow-CPU-Cooler Scythe Kabuto. Scythe engineers have revamped the heatsink design as well as the heatsink structure of the Kabuto 3 and incorporated a hybrid heatpipe system. This hybrid system consists of two 6 mm and three 8 mm high-quality copper heatpipes. Compatibility to high-end memory modules has been an important aspect when designing the Kabuto 3, which is a big advantage compared to the predecessor.

Scythe Kabuto 3 CPU Cooler has been fitted with a matching Scythe Glide Stream 120 Millimeter fan with the model number SY1225HB12M-CIP. The Glide Stream fan series is equipped with a redesigned small center hub as well as fan blades. Hence allows the reduction of air resistance and therefore lower operating noise. The PWM-enabled 120 mm fan operates in the fan speed range from 300 to 1.400 rpm, offering sufficient airflow from 21.96 to 113.34 m³/h (12.93 ~ 79.0 CFM) at noise levels from 4 to maximum 28.0 dB(A).

SilverStone Unveils an AIO Cooler with 160 mm Fan

SilverStone unveiled an AIO liquid CPU cooler with a fascinating 180 mm x 200 mm radiator, and the largest fan we've seen on an AIO cooler, at 160 mm with 15 mm thickness, the Tundra TD05. The idea behind this contraption is to offer cooling comparable to a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator, with a single fan that spins at moderate speeds. This cooler could be ideal for cases with large 160-200 mm fan vents along the side-panels. We doubt you'll come across a case with front/top panels with such big vents.

ID-Cooling Unveils the ICEKIMO 120 White AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

ID-Cooling unveiled one of the first all-in-one liquid CPU coolers that's almost entirely white. The ICEKIMO 120 White by ID-Cooling sees not just the pump+block assembly and the fan decked in white, but also the coolant tubes, radiator, and radiator fins. The only contrasting black parts are the power cables and the retention module. While LEDs are studded in the pump-block, and the included SF12025 fan. The cooler is game for thermal loads of up to 150W.

Antec Also Intros the Elegant Single and Elegant Twin CPU Coolers

Besides its stand-out Elegant Triple heatsink, Antec also introduced its Elegant Twin and Elegant Single CPU coolers. The Elegant Twin measures 88 mm x 142 mm x 156 mm (LxWxH), and is a D-type heatsink featuring two aluminium fin stacks. It includes one fan, which sits between the two fin-stacks, spinning between 800-1800 RPM, pushing up to 65.23 CFM of air, with a noise output of up to 25.9 dBA. The Elegant Single, on the other hand, features a single aluminium fin-stack, which is slightly thicker than the stacks found on the Twin and Triple. The heatsink measures 69 mm x 142 mm x 155 mm, and includes a single fan, with the same specs as the one included with the Twin.

Antec Intros the Elegant Triple CPU Cooler

Antec innovated one of the rare few W-type aluminium fin-stack CPU coolers, featuring three nearly symmetrical fin-stacks, the Elegant Triple. This cooler features three vertical fin-stacks with aluminium fins (with the exception of one variant with exposed copper fins), and features two 120 mm fans in the gaps between the three fin-stacks in pull-push-pull-push configuration. The cooler can mount two more fans on the ends of the heatsink.

The heatsink measures 165 mm x 142 mm x 159 mm (LxWxH), and is available in three color options for now - dark nickel, red, and golden copper. The former two feature aluminium fins, the latter appears to feature exposed copper. The included fans spin between 800 to 1800 RPM, pushing between 12.36 to 65.25 CFM of air, with a noise output of up to 25.9 dBA (each).

Antec Intros Mercury Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Antec introduced the new Mercury line of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. Available in three sizes, the Mercury 120 (120 mm x 120 mm radiator), the Mercury 240 (240 mm x 120 mm radiator), and the Mercury 360 (360 mm x 120 mm radiator), the series is built around a new pump+block by Antec, which is said to feature higher coolant pressure, lower-fan noise, and a unique power input, which lets you either plug it to a 3-pin fan header, or SATA power (through an included adapter cable). The pump-block also features three LEDs, which indicate coolant temperature. Blue indicates <48°C, green indicates 49-60°C, and red indicates >60°C. Each of the included fans take PWM input from the pump-block, and spin between 900-1800 RPM, pushing up to 73.31 CFM of air, each.

Be Quiet! Silent Loop Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers Revisited

We first spied the Silent Loop series AIO coolers before its official unveiling on the Computex showfloor. We strolled through the Be Quiet! booth again, this time to picture the three up close. So here you have it, the German cooling, casing, and PSU maker's first AIO liquid cooling solutions. Available in three radiator sizes - 120 mm x 120 mm, 240 mm x 120 mm, and 280 mm x 140 mm, the coolers feature a square pump+block with a nickel-plated copper base. Be Quiet! is bundling its premium PureWings 2 PWM fans with these coolers. It's also backing them up with generous 3-year warranties.

Cooler Master AIO MasterLiquid Pro Series Detailed

Cooler Master introduced a new line of all-in-one liquid coolers, under the MasterLiquid Pro series. Available in two variants, the MasterLiquid Pro 120 (120 mm x 120 mm radiator) and the MasterLiquid Pro 240 (240 mm x 120 mm radiator), these coolers feature a unique (patent troll-proof?) design for the pump block, which sees the pump separated yet attached to the block in a way that maximized coolant pressure onto the block. This lets them lower the pump speed and hence lower the noise output. Cooler Master refers to this as the FlowOp Technology. These coolers will include MasterAir Pressure series fans.

Cooler Master Intros the MasterAir Series CPU Air Coolers

Cooler Master introduced the MasterAir series CPU air coolers. The lineup consists of seven products, three under the MasterAir series, and two each under the MasterAir Pro and the premium MasterAir Maker 8 series. The MasterAir lineup comes in three variants based on heatsink and fan-size, the MasterAir 2, MasterAir 3, both of which feature 92 mm fans and MasterAir 4 (120 mm fan). The MasterAir Pro lineup features chunkier heatsinks, with two products, the MasterAir Pro 3 (92 mm fan) and the MasterAir Pro 4 (120 mm fan). Leading the pack is the MasterAir Maker Pro 8, featuring a large heatsink with a pair of fans in push-pull configuration.

Raijintek Invents the World's First Passive Liquid Cooler

Raijintek invented the world's first liquid cooler that works without a prime-mover for the coolant (i.e. no pump). Further, its radiator lacks fans (i.e. no power, no noise). This closed-loop cooler works in the same principle as a heat pipe, with a combination of convention and phase-change doing the heavy lifting of heat-transfer. Heat from the source (your CPU) causes the special coolant to change phase to vapor, move to the heat-exchanger (radiator), where it condenses back to liquid, and flows back down to the block. We saw this contraption in action, and we can tell you that it works. It is ready for the real-world. Raijintek spent vast amounts of R&D budget developing this technology, and has patented it in most markets. We could see the first products based on this technology very soon.

Be Quiet! Silent Loop AIO Liquid CPU Coolers Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of the upcoming Be Quiet! Silent Loop series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. These coolers come in sizes of 280 mm x 140 mm, 240 mm x 120 mm and 120 mm x 120 mm; and are characterized by pump+block fittings that don't move around a pivot, and come out from the top of the block. This approach clears up a lot of space around the CPU socket. This may also hint at the cooler's possible non-Asetek origins. You also get fill-ports along the pump-block and the reservoir attached to the radiator. Be Quiet! is bundling PureWings 2 PWM fans. The coolers will be backed by 3-year warranties.

GELID Announces the Tranquillo Rev. 4 CPU Cooler

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions unveils the latest version of the multi award winner Tranquillo. The Rev. 4 Tranquillo is a product of GELID Solution SILENT product line. The engineers of GELID Solutions have improved the last Rev. 3 Tranquillo in almost every aspect. Like the original design the Rev. 4 Tranquillo uses 4 power heat pipes and a unique heat pipe constellation but also comes with a number of new technologies implemented to achieve higher cooling performance.

The Rev. 4 Tranquillo features the Heatpipe Direct Touch Technology, a direct thermal connection between CPU core and heat pipes. The new heatsink is also improved with the Unique Heatsink Shape Technology, the result of precise software simulations and calculations which makes the air flow resistance of the new heatsink much lower. The Stacked Soldered Heatpipe and Fin Technology provides the best quality of soldered joints between heatpipe to fins and ensures the most efficient heat transfer inside the new heatsink.

Cooler Master Launches Flagship Maker Series

Cooler Master, a leader in design and manufacturing computer components and peripherals, today launched a range of products built for the PC community at large. The top-of-the-line Maker products (MasterCase Maker 5, MasterAir Maker 8, and MasterWatt Maker 1200) are designed to enable enthusiasts and professionals to build their version of the ultimate PC. With the first wave of Maker products, Cooler Master delivers an ecosystem that embeds excellent performance and superb quality within a customizable medium which gives users the freedom to explore, express and enjoy their creativity as it unfolds.

"Our newly launched products really put our fans in control. Whether it be through controlling and monitoring the MasterWatt Maker 1200 through the Cooler Master Connect software, by changing the top cover of the MasterAir Maker 8 to their own taste or by selecting a case that's specifically configured for their very own needs." said Joost Gommans, EU Marketing Manager. "It's the first step towards providing a customizable, upgradable and adjustable ecosystem for the community."

Thermalright Announces the Le Grand Macho RT CPU Cooler

Thermalright annouced the Le Grand Macho RT CPU cooler. With the Le Grand Macho RT we offer an actively cooled version of our famous semi-passive flagship. Thanks to the silent-running TY 147 B with fluid dynamic bearing, the Le Grand Macho RT can cool up to 280 Watt. The design of the heat sink has not been changed and is still asymmetrical. This offers the highest possible compatibility to the most recent motherboards. Thus it is guaranteed that the Le Grand Macho RT neither blocks the RAM spaces, nor the top-most PCIe slot on current ATX-boards.

Visually, the Le Grand Macho RT is top of the line. The heatsink shines in silver nickel plating and features a black anodized top fin, combined with the black and white fan. The Le Grand Macho comes with a TY 147 B PWM fan included. The fan is a slightly upgraded version of the TY 147 A. It uses an FD bearing and is, also thanks to the side vents in the fan frame, even more silent than the TY 147 A. At 14 - 20 dB(a) the fan moves up to 125 m³/h through the cooler. The fan speed ranges from 300 - 1,300 rpm.

Raijintek Announces the Morpheus II Core Edition VGA Cooler

Raijintek announced its latest graphics card cooler, the Morpheus II Core Edition. A successor to the Morpheus Core Edition launched in 2014, this cooler features a more up-to-date VGA support, including the Radeon R9 Fury series, R9 390 series, GeForce GTX 980 Ti, and more. What makes it "Core Edition," is that it lacks any bundled fans, letting you use your own high-end ones. It supports a pair of 120 mm spinners.

The main heatsink measures 254 mm x 98 mm x 44 mm, weighing 515 g. It features a dense, monolithic, aluminium fin-stack, which is arranged along the length of the graphics card's PCB, to which heat drawn from a nickel-plated copper GPU base, is fed by six 6 mm thick heat-pipes, making two passes through the fin-stack. Heatsinks for up to 18 memory chips, and an in-line MOSFET heatsink, and a dozen smaller MOSFET heatsinks come included, along with thermal pads, TIM, and the various mounting pieces. Raijintek didn't reveal pricing.

AMD to Bundle Wraith Cooler with FX-8350 and FX-6350

AMD is reportedly bundling its Wraith stock CPU cooling solution with even more of its desktop CPUs. Some of the newer batches of two of the most selling socket AM3+ chips, the eight-core FX-8350 and the six-core FX-6350, could sell in special packages that include Wraith, likely at a tiny premium over packages with the older cooling solution that are already in circulation.

With a clock-speed ranging between 4.00 GHz to 4.20 GHz, the FX-8350 is one of the most popular FX-series chips. Along with the FX-6350, its TDP is rated at a scorching 125W. The Wraith cooler, which was extensively reviewed with the FX-8370, was generally appreciated by tech-reviewers for being as quiet as some of the more expensive third-party air coolers, and performing better than the older cooler.


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Arctic Cooling Announces the Accelero Freezer i11 CO Cooler

For the Freezer i11 CO the abbreviation says it: "CO" stands for "continuous operation" and makes the cooler suitable for PCs with non-stop operation like servers. Equipped with the premium quality of the Japanese dual ball bearing the fan reduces rotational friction and is significantly less sensitive to dust and high temperature. Compared to standard models the life span is up to five times longer - without the slightest compromise in performance.

Thanks to fluidic analysis the efficiency of the 92 mm PWM fan has also been boosted. So the user benefits not only from greater cooling capacity but also from a lower noise level. Direct contact copper heat pipes ensure additionally that the heat can be dissipated especially fast to the fins. To guarantee the exact airflow you need the Freezer i11 CO is extremely versatile and mountable according to individual preferences. A stable back plate keeps it securely in place then even on the go.

Thermaltake Launches the Latest Riing Silent 12 CPU Cooler

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has unveiled the latest Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler, designed for use with high-end RAM and motherboards. Riing Silent 12 is with PWM function which allows the motherboard to run the fan precisely at its necessary speed. This guarantees the required cooling and minimizes the noise level.

A 120mm fan fitted to enhance the airflow produces impressive cooling performance with an optimized 11 fan-blade design. Hydraulic bearings for silent operation guarantee ultra-low noise. The patented LED ring maintains color and brightness uniformity, and the lighting effect is visible from all sides and angles. Available in two models: Riing Silent 12 Blue CPU cooler and Riing Silent 12 Red CPU cooler.

CRYORIG Provides Free Alternate Mounting Parts for C7 and M9i and M9a

PC thermal solution innovator CRYORIG offers free parts for alternative mounting of the C7 and the M9i/a CPU Coolers. The CRYORIG C7 and M9 line of products have been gaining a lot of support by ITX system builders due to their miniature foot print and high quality performance. Recently CRYORIG has received much feedback regarding backplate interference with certain components on the back of ITX and MicroATX form factored mainboard. Although the backplate for the C7 and M9 is non-conductive and safe to install even if components like backside IC's or extra-long soldering pins come into contact.

CRYORIG is now announcing that all C7 and M9 users are eligible to apply for a free alternate washer based install add-on that allows for backplate-less installation. The washer system works with the existing mounting kit and replaces the need of the backplate. The washer kit is being included in all C7's and M9's manufactured after Dec. 31st 2015. To apply for the ITX Washer kit, users are requested to simply write an email to CRYORIG's official support mail including the following information: The registration code of the product, full mailing address including name and phone number. CRYORIG's support team will respond to each individual request later for verification.
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ID-Cooling Intros SE-904 Twin CPU Cooler

ID-Cooling introduced the SE-904 Twin CPU cooler. This compact D-type dual aluminium fin-stack heatsink looks big, but is designed with a compact profile. It uses a pair of 92 mm fans to push-pull air through two 40-fin stacks, to which heat drawn directly from the CPU is fed by four 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes. The 92 mm spinners feature blue LED illumination, take 4-pin PWM input, and spin between 600-2,200 RPM, pushing up to 38.5 CFM of air, each; and a noise output of 14-23.8 dBA, each. The cooler measures 100 mm x 121.9 mm x 124 mm (LxWxH), weighing 550 g. The cooler can deal with thermal loads of up to 150W, and supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011v3, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+.

Thermalright Announces the Macho 120SBM CPU Cooler

Introducing the Macho 120 SBM. A new cooler joins the Macho Family: With the Macho 120 SBM Thermalright added a compact version of its popular Macho 120 Rev. A to its portfolio. Its narrower design makes it the ideal candidate for Mini-ITX or Micro-ATX systems, where it can score with its maximum compatibility. With dimension of 130 x 101 x 150 mm the Macho 120 SBM is noticeably thinner than its "big brother." Thus it can easily fit in cases for which the Macho 120 Rev. A was too big. The newly designed TY 127 PWM fan provides the necessary airflow and guarantees the cooler an outstanding cooling performance.

The concept of the heatsink aligned to the rear that is used for all the coolers of the Macho family is also part of the design of the Macho 120 SBM, which eliminates the possibility of interference with RAM-coolers almost completely. Five 6 mm heatpipes, in conjunction with the 30 aluminum cooling fins in the typical Macho design ensure that the cooler offers a superior heat dissipation. The fins offer a particularly low air resistance and have been optimized for low-rpm fans.

SilentiumPC Announces Three New CPU Coolers

Following the recent launch of the Fortis 3 Malik Customs Edition we're also introducing the new generation our regular CPU cooler line up. The third istallment of Fera and Spartan coolers bring further quality and performance improvements while retainig the same, extremely affordable price points. The Fera 3 HE1224 brings quality and performance improvements over the predecessor while still providing the ultimate blend of compact dimensions, high efficiency and price. In other words the versatility that our customers praised so much.

Fera 3 HE1224 (TDP 180W) utilizes four Φ6mm high performance heatpipes that were rearranged for extra performance. Heatsink itself got slightly bigger and asymmetric without compromising Fera's main advantage - it's super-slim profile. To ensure the new Fera is as quiet as it is efficient we chose to pair it with the Sigma PRO 120 PWM-controlled fan. Optimized blade design significantly reduces noise while providing sufficient airflow for cooler to work even with high-TDP processors.

Arctic Announces Freezer i11 CO CPU Cooler

Arctic announced the Freezer i11 CO CPU cooler. Designed for 24/7 operation, the Freezer i11 CO provides up to 150 Watt cooling capacity with superior service life. For the Freezer i11 CO the abbreviation says it: "CO" stands for "continuous operation" and makes the cooler suitable for PCs with non-stop operation like servers. Equipped with the premium quality of the Japanese dual ball bearing the fan reduces rotational friction and is significantly less sensitive to dust and high temperature. Compared to standard models the life span is up to five times longer - without the slightest compromise in performance.

Thanks to fluidic analysis the efficiency of the 92 mm PWM fan has also been boosted. So the user benefits not only from greater cooling capacity but also from a lower noise level. Direct contact copper heat pipes ensure additionally that the heat can be dissipated especially fast to the fins. To guarantee the exact airflow you need the Freezer i11 CO is extremely versatile and mountable according to individual preferences. A stable back plate keeps it securely in place then even on the go.

Cooler Master Announces Hyper 212X and TX3i CPU Coolers

Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today announced the Hyper 212X and Hyper TX3i air CPU coolers. Building on its Hyper 212 and Hyper TX3 predecessors Cooler Master focused on the ease of upgrading, ensuring that simple upgrades are completed with ease allowing system builders to focus on more complex aspects. The Hyper 212X is a universally compatible cooler. It's an ideal upgrade for improving the performance and noise levels in a PC, from a gamer who begins playing more intense games, to the overclocker who wants to achieve better clock speeds or the PC builder who needs a quieter environment.

The Hyper TX3i is an Intel compatible cooler, a simple and affordable upgrade for a stock cooler, or for a CPU that comes with no heat sink. Quiet, reliable, and still able to achieve impressive temperatures the TX3i is simple to fit with a push pin configuration, and compact enough to fit in most chassis with ease. Not happy to sit back and applaud the success of its 212 and TX3 coolers, Cooler Master continued to update the manufacturing process, from essential heat pipe soldering methods, to how Cooler Master packaged the cooler and fittings. The overall experience has been improved, not only bringing better temperatures, but also a more quick and simple fitting process.
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