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Thermalright Intros AXP90-X53 Full Black CPU Cooler

Thermalright today introduced the AXP90-X53 Full Black, a premium top-flow air-based CPU cooler. The cooler is designed for a Z-height of 53 mm when fully assembled (including fan), making it fit for certain SFF/low-profile use-cases. Its design involves a mirror-finish nickel-plated C1100 copper base, from which four 6 mm-thick heat-pipes of the same material pass through, conveying heat through a stack of 54 dark-tinted aluminium fins.

The fin-stack is ventilated by a 15 mm-thick 92 mm fan. This fan takes in 4-pin PWM input, and features a double ball-bearing setup. It turns at speeds of up to 2,700 RPM, pushing up to 42.58 CFM of airflow, at up to 22.4 dBA of noise output. Among the CPU socket types supported by the Thermalright AXP90-X53 Full Black are LGA1700, LGA1200, and AM4. With its fan in place, the cooler measures 94.5 mm x 95 mm x 53 mm (WxDxH), weighing 540 g. The company didn't reveal pricing.

TEAMGROUP Releases T-FORCE SIREN GD360E All-in-One ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler

TEAMGROUP not only continues to deliver classic products but also brings completely new designs. After last year's launch of the classic SIREN GD240/GD240E All-in-One ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler, which generated buzz worldwide, TEAMGROUP today is releasing the T-FORCE SIREN GD360E All-in-One ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler, with the ARGB water block and radiator both having an elegant dual-tone mirror finish. The cooler comes with three high-speed ARGB fans and supports various lighting control software, allowing consumers to create unique and dazzling ARGB systems however they desire. In addition, the thermal performance has been significantly upgraded to provide the best cooling possible.

The T-FORCE SIREN GD360E ARGB is a 360 mm all-in-one liquid cooler that excels in both appearance and function. Its eye-catching and classy black and white mirror finish water block is coupled with three powerful, high-RPM fans. The cooler is also compatible with lighting software such as ASUS Aura Sync, ASROCK-Polychrome Sync, BIOSTAR Advanced VIVID LED DJ, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and more, giving players the freedom to create their own striking, multi-colored ARGB system. It also features an aluminium water block with a copper base, a high-density jet fin heatsink, and pumps that run at a high speed of 4000RPM. The fans also support PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), an intelligent fan control method that can adjust the rotation speed according to the temperature to achieve the best cooling results. A departure from older water block designs is the placement of the water pump inside the radiator, which reduces CPU wear and noise.

GELID Launches Tranquillo Rev 5 CPU Cooler

Tech innovator GELID Solutions unveils the latest high-performance CPU Cooler for AMD and Intel CPU. The Rev. 5 TRANQUILLO is a product of the GELID Solutions GAMER product line. The Rev. 5 TRANQUILLO is the latest iteration of the Award winning Tranquillo line of low noise CPU coolers and includes an Enhanced High-Class Black Electrophoretic Coating with an all black Silent Fan.

The 120 mm Silent Fan with Smart 4 Pin PWM which uses a constellation of the advanced Heat sink with 4 Heat pipes featuring the Heat pipe Direct Contact (HDC) Technology, delivers Best-in-Class performance. Compact size, lightweight design and seamless mounting, all ensure it's broad cross-platform compatibility and easy installation. Full support of TDP 150 W. The high-performance GC-Pro thermal compound and the all-in-one Mounting Kit for multiple CPU Socket: AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, LGA1700, LGA2066, LGA2011-v3, LGA2011, LGA1200, LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA1151, LGA1150, FM2+, FM2, FM1.

Noctua Delays NH-D15 CPU Cooler Successor Until Q1 2023

Noctua has recently published an updated roadmap showing that their next-generation NH-D15 CPU Cooler has been delayed once again until Q1 2023. The NH-D15 was released back in 2014 with initial plans for its successor to launch sometime in 2021 however the new cooler has faced numerous delays. Noctua has showcased numerous technological improvements in its fan and heatsink designs in recent years which have the potential to make the successor a best-in-class product.

The updated roadmap also includes information for other upcoming products including fan grills, voltage converters, fan hubs, CPU coolers, and numerous fans. Noctua plans to release new fan grills this quarter followed by a 24 V to 12 V voltage converter, 8-way fan hub, and next-generation Intel Xeon CPU cooler in Q3 2022. In Q4 we can expect next-generation 140 mm fans along with slim 60 mm fans, and 24 V 40 mm fans ideal for 3D printing applications. The products expected to launch in Q1 2023 alongside the next-generation NH-D15 cooler include the Noctua desk fan and white versions of existing fans to complement the existing color options.

ID-COOLING Announces IS-47S 47 mm Low Profile CPU Air Cooler

ID-COOLING today announced IS-47S 47 mm height low profile CPU air cooler. At a total height including the fan of 47 mm, this cooler would be a good choice for your A4 cases. Designed with an overall dimension of 100x93x47mm, it has no conflict of the RAM or PCI-E slots. The heatsink is solid built with a pure copper base and 4 heatpipes and massive aluminium fins. The heatsink itself is measured at 35 mm height. Adding a powerful 12 mm PWM fan, this cooler is capable of handling processors with a maximum TDP of 95 W. In terms of mounting kit, two separate backplates are provided in the box for Intel and AMD respectively. The sockets list includes Intel LGA1700/1200/1151/1150/1155/1156 and AMD AM4.

The bundled thermal grease is named FROST X25, which has a thermal conductivity of 10.5 W/m-K.

MSI Liquid Coolers Fully Support Next-Gen AMD Socket AM5

AMD Socket AM5 (LGA1718) is the next-generation socket designed to support next-generation AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop processors (Zen 4). AMD Socket AM5 uses the same liquid cooler bracket as Socket AM4. This allows you to upgrade to and enjoy AM5 without buying a new liquid cooler. MSI liquid coolers all support AMD Socket AM5, for specifics please refer to the chart below:

Noctua Presents NH-D12L Low-height 120mm Dual Tower CPU Cooler

Noctua today presented the all-new NH-D12L low-height dual tower CPU cooler and the corresponding NF-A12x25r round-frame 120 mm fan. At a height of only 145 mm (13 mm lower than Noctua's regular 120 mm models), it fits many 4U enclosures as well as narrower tower cases that have been previously limited to solutions with 92 mm fans. At the same time, its five heatpipe dual-tower design and state-of-the-art NF-A12x25r 120 mm fan allow it to achieve a level of efficiency that surpasses many full-height 120 mm models.

"So far, all our 120 mm class coolers were 158 mm high, but as of recent, more and more PC cases only support up to 150 or even 145 mm - this is where the NH-D12L steps in", explains Roland Mossig (Noctua CEO). "Simply lowering one of our existing models wasn't an option because a standard square 120 mm fan would cause lots of issues with motherboard heatsinks or shrouds. That's why we came up with this novel dual tower design and a round-frame version of the NF-A12x25 fan that can be installed at a very low position between the two towers - a winning combination that provides impressive results for this height class."

SilentiumPC Announces Four New Spartan 5 Series CPU Coolers

SilentiumPC, the European manufacturer of CPU coolers, power supplies, and PC cases, announces the newest version of its Spartan line of CPU coolers. This includes the Spartan 5 standard, the Spartan 5 MAX, and the Spartan 5 ARGB and MAX ARGB. This new lineup of CPU cooling systems was developed in cooperation with Synergy Cooling, and directly competes with more expensive mid-range coolers. The streamlined heatsink design and base, which consists of heatpipes in direct contact with the processor, is able to effectively cool even the latest processors, while maintaining low noise levels and an affordable price.

The Spartan 5 family uses a specially designed, heatsink-integrated version of the award-winning 120 mm Fluctus fan, ensuring both quiet operation and psychoacoustic optimization throughout the entire setup. It was designed primarily for system integrators and users looking for efficient and inexpensive cooling. Thanks to its uniform structure, it is not only extremely easy to install, but also much more resistant to mechanical damage that may occur during transport.

ARCTIC Introduces New Alpine 17 Coolers

ARCTIC, a leading manufacturer of low-noise PC coolers and components, introduces today the Alpine 17 and Alpine 17 CO, a pair of compact air coolers designed exclusively for the Intel LGA1700 socket. With the release of its newest Alpine coolers, ARCTIC presents an affordable option for users looking to cool their Alder Lake processors. The successors to the Alpine 12 series retain its classic radial heatsink design but are specifically built for the LGA1700 socket.

The cooler's Y-shaped fin ensures optimal heat distribution in the heatsink, while heat dissipation is significantly enhanced by the Alpine 17's large surface area and high airflow rate. With a low installation height of only 68.2 mm, the Alpine 17 and Alpine 17 CO are ideal choices for most all-in-one systems as well as small cases (Mini-ITX, µATX etc.).

TEAMGROUP Announces new T-FORCE SIREN Series CPU/SSD All-In-One Liquid Cooler

Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP not only brings complete storage solutions to consumers worldwide but also strives to provide the best cooling options. In response to greater demands in the next generation of PC hardware for faster and more efficient cooling, its gaming sub-brand T-FORCE has announced the world's first ARGB All-In-One liquid cooling system that dissipates heat from two main heat sources, the CPU and SSD, at the same time.

The dual-cooling system of the T-FORCE SIREN Series All-in-One ARGB Liquid Cooler supports a wide range of Intel and AMD sockets, including the latest LGA1700 and AM5 sockets, and its meticulously-designed water blocks are made for mainstream M.2 2280 SSDs, making the cooler perfect for a large variety of gaming PC setups. The T-FORCE SIREN Series All-in-One liquid cooling system allows gamers to solve both CPU and SSD heating issues with an easy installation and helps provide stable operation when both components are under heavy loads, contributing to longer hardware lifespans. Its ARGB dual water block design can also display a wide array of dazzling lights, giving players the freedom to create their own unique, eye-catching PC rig.

MSI Recalls MAG CoreLiquid 360R And 240R Coolers Hit by a Blockage Flaw

MSI has instituted a recall of its MAG CoreLiquid 360R And 240R liquid CPU coolers due to a manufacturing defect. Apparently, these coolers are prone to sediment build-up in the coolant channel, causing blockages, and severe loss in cooling performance. When idling, CPU temperatures can reach as high as 62 °C, and the machine can trigger T-junction-Max thermal failsafes if subjected to load.

"Our preliminary investigation has identified that a small portion of the liquid coolers produce sediment that can cause a blockage. This, however, will not cause any damage to your system since the processors are equipped with a protection mechanism against overheating," MSI said in a statement. The company set up an online forms to file for free replacements of the cooler, such as this page meant for Canada.

AZZA Launches BLIZZARD SP 240 and 360 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooler

AZZA, a leading brand of computer cases and accessories, announces the BLIZZARD SP 240 and BLIZZARD SP 360, a new line-up of CPU All-In-One liquid coolers. Focused on delivering high-performance with style, the BLIZZARD SP features a low-profile 3200rpm pump with rotatable diamond-cut ARGB infinity mirror-covered housing. The 240 mm and 360 mm radiators include a square fin pattern that improves heat dissipation and are paired with AZZA's Hurricane SP Digital 120 mm PWM ARGB fans.

The BLIZZARD SP CPU liquid cooler's pump is a non-PWM set at a constant speed of 3200rpm. The combination of speed and build quality results in excellent heat transfer at low noise level of 25 dBA. The pump is linked to the radiator by a pair of 400 mm long leak-free Teflon tubes wrapped in Rayon mesh that are durable and high temperature resistant. As for the aluminium allow radiator, either in 240 mm or 360 mm format, the fin pattern moves from the traditional wave shape to a square shape which greatly increases the contact area with the water channels of the radiator and improves heat transfer and dissipation.

MSI Readies MAG CoreLiquid-R V2 WHITE Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

MSI is updating its MAG CoreLiquid-R line of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers from 2020 with the new V2 series. Available in its standard black, and now, the new all-white color trim. These coolers are every bit identical to the original CoreLiquid-R series from 2020, except out-of-the-box support for Intel Socket LGA1700. The White trim covers the water-block, the Nylon sleeves of the tubing, the fan-frames, and the radiator. A characteristic feature of the CoreLiquid-R is the integration of pump with the radiator instead of the water-block; leaving it relatively lightweight. The ARGB-illuminated top of the water-block rotates, letting you reorient the MSI Gaming logo.

Thermalright Intros Macho MAXX, a Meaty Tower-type CPU Cooler

Thermalright today introduced the Macho MAXX, its latest single-tower type CPU coolers. The Macho line of tower-type coolers see Thermalright's designers choose a single large aluminium fin-stack over a "D-type" dual fin-stack approach. With its fan in place, the cooler measures 140 mm x 124 mm x 158 mm (WxDxH), weighing 780 g.

The design of the Macho MAXX involves a nickel-plated C1100-grade copper base, from which six 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes emerge, conveying heat across the large stack of 31 fins, which is ventilated by a 140 mm TL-D14 fan. This fan turns at speeds of up to 1,500 RPM, pushing up to 77.8 CFM of airflow, at up to 2.09 mm H₂O static pressure, and up to 25.6 dBA noise output. It features a fluid-dynamic bearing. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA1700, LGA1200, and AM4. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Akasa Announces Alucia H4 CPU Tower Cooler

Akasa, has released a brand new tower cooler to add to its premium line-up. The Alucia H4 is made up of a sleek, all-black heatsink and a high performance 120 mm fan with enough cooling power to tame CPUs with a 185 W TDP, such as Intel's Core i7 12700 at Turbo Power, or AMD Ryzen 9 5950X. The Alucia H4 heatsink features a eccentricity design, which is a mounting mechanism which allows for different heights of RAM clearance. Simply adjust the clips attached to the fan and mount the fan above any RAM modules. Work or play, bring on the heat with the Alucia H4 - with a maximum 185 W TDP, this premium cooler can be used with the vast majority of high-end CPUs!

The heatsink has four copper heatpipes with Direct Contact technology, which provides a high level of heat dissipation. Compatibility is not an issue, with the mounting kit included with the cooler, which can fit LGA2066/2011/1156/1155/1151/1150/1200 and AM4, and a future update is planned for LGA1700. Akasa's premium T5 Pro-Grade Plus thermal paste is also included in the package, allowing the best heat dissipation possible from the CPU.

ARCTIC Expands the Freezer 35 Cooler Series

Today, ARCTIC, one of the leading manufacturers of low-noise PC coolers and components, presents the complete Freezer 35 air cooler family. In total, the series includes four versions of the single-tower CPU cooler for different requirements and areas of application, whose heatsinks are identical in construction. The compact dimensions ensure optimal RAM compatibility. Four offset direct-touch heatpipes ensure fast heat transfer into the heat sink, where the powerful 120 mm P-fan with dynamic PWM control efficiently dissipates the heat.

The improved mounting system of the Freezer 35 series with spring-loaded screws is noteworthy, achieving optimum contact pressure and even distribution of the thermal paste. The socket-specific Intel/AMD variants offer a reduction in superfluous mounting material and simplify the installation of the coolers. In addition to the standard Freezer i35/ Freezer A35 and the previously introduced A-RGB models Freezer i35 A-RGB and Freezer A35 A-RGB, RGB coolers for Intel (LGA 1700, 1200 and 115x) and AMD (AM4) are joining the market. The Freezer i35 RGB and Freezer A35 RGB feature 12 analog RGB LEDs in the fan hub. These can be controlled uniformly and are compatible with the common RGB standards of leading motherboard manufacturers, making a direct connection via a 12 V 4-pin RGB motherboard header possible.

Thermalright Intros Peerless Assassin 120 SE White ARGB CPU Cooler

Thermalright today rolled out the Peerless Assassin 120 SE White ARGB, a variant of the Peerless Assassin 120 cooler that the company originally launched in April 2021. For the most part, the new aluminium dual fin-stack cooler is identical to the original, spare for a few changes. As a "white" trim, the cooler is completely whitewashed in a matte white coating that covers the aluminium fins, the nickel-plated and copper heat pipes. The included TL-C12CW-S ARGB fans are a white variant of the TL-C12C-S, come with white frames, frosty impellers, and ARGB illumination. The original's fans were either all-black or all-white. Thermalright also did away with the decorative top-plate for the two fin-stacks, lowering the Z-height of the cooler to 155 mm, compared to 157 mm on the original. Lastly, the new cooler comes with out-of-the-box support for Intel Socket LGA1700, besides AM4 and LGA1200. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Intel RM1 Stock Cooler Tested with Core i5-12400 Reaching 73°C

The Intel Laminar RM1 stock cooler has recently been tested with the Core i5-12400 by Chinese news site 163. The RM1 will be included with the upcoming Intel 12th Generation Core 65 W Core i3, i5, and i7 processors including the i5-12400. This mid-tier cooler positioned underneath the Laminar RH1 doesn't feature LED illumination instead opting for a blue colored ring. The cooler was tested by running the AIDA64 FPU stress test for 8 minutes where the i5-12400 reached a maximum reported temperature of 73°C with an average of 70°C. The processor drew a peak of 89 W with an average of 81 W while the RM1 fan reached a speed of 3100 RPM which was described as audible by the tester. The Intel Laminar stock coolers will be announced alongside the new 12th Generation Alder Lake-S desktop processors on January 4th.

Intel Laminar RH1 Alder Lake-S Stock Cooler Pictured

The upcoming stock coolers for the Intel 12th Generation Core Alder Lake desktop processors were recently uncovered showing the Laminar RH1, Laminar RM1, and Laminar RS1. The Laminar RH1 will be bundled with the 65 W 12th Gen Core i9 desktop series and has recently been pictured showing its full metal design. The RH1 will include integrated LED lighting however it is currently unclear if this will be an RGB setup. This is the second leaked cooler to be pictured after the mid-range RM1 which will be bundled with Core i3, i5, and i7 processors while the RS1 should be included with Pentium and Celeron products. The Alder Lake-S processors featuring these new coolers are expected to launch on January 5th.

Cooler Master Launches MasterLiquid Flux AIO Series

Cooler Master launches the MasterLiquid Flux Series, a performance driven AIO liquid cooling solution. The MasterLiquid Flux Series is the materialization of revolutionary cooling performance. With enhancements from the pump to the radiator and fans, the Flux Series delivers precisely tuned performance for superior heat dissipation and cooling capabilities. The Flux Series will launch in two radiator sizes - PL240 Flux and PL360 Flux.

The MasterLiquid Flux Series has been refined with precision to improve on all aspects of the cooler to deliver the best performance on the market. The new Dual Chamber Pump is more compact than previous generations without sacrificing performance, delivering the perfect volume of flow to pressure for impressive cooling. The high speed motor uses a ceramic bearing impeller to force balanced water flow to and from the radiator for ultimate efficiency of heat exchange. Microchannels have been maximized with ultra-thin spaded fins to accurately target heat spots. The copper base surface area has also been enlarged and optimized with perfect base thickness for further accelerated heat transfer.

Editor's note: You can find our review of the Cooler Master MasterLiquid PL240 Flux here.

First Clear Picture of Intel Next-Gen Stock Cooler for "Alder Lake" Processors Surfaces

All six Intel 12th Gen Core "Alder Lake" processor models launched to date are unlocked (K or KF) SKUs, which lack a boxed cooling solution. This is expected to change early next year when Intel fleshes out the lineup with at least 10 new SKUs for the retail segment; and with "Alder Lake" marking the first major change to the mainstream desktop processor cooling mount in over a decade; Intel has the opportunity to radically change its cooling design. We got our first hint at what these could look like back in September, and we now have a clear picture of one of them.

There are three stock coolers Intel is preparing. The RH1 (high) will likely go with the top Core i9-12900 and i9-12900F parts. The RM1 (mid) could be bundled with various Core i7 and Core i5 SKUs; while the RS1 (small) could go with entry-level Core i3 SKUs. Here we have the RM1. Back in the September article, we were staring at low-resolution pictures and trying to guess what the heatsink design could look like. At the time we thought that the pointy structures into which the fan is nestled, are metallic extensions of the heatsink's fins, designed to make use of lateral bleed airflow from the fan. The new picture puts this theory to rest. Turns out, those are little more than an aesthetic touch.

Phanteks Announces Black Glacier One 240/280/360MP Halo AIO CPU Coolers

Phanteks today announced three new additions to the Glacier One Series, Glacier 240/280/360MP Halos Black models. The Glacier One MP Halos Black models are capable of cooling powerful CPUs while operating silently. The radiator is optimized to offer a noise-performance ratio that is best-in-class with the new silent Phanteks MP fans that now have a higher maximum RPM (2000-2200 RPM).

The Glacier One MP Halos Black models features a tempered glass infinity mirror pump cap with smooth D-RGB lighting integration. The new editions of the Glacier One comes with additional HALOS D-RGB fan frames to light up the MP fans. The full cover pump cap has a low-profile design that can be mounted magnetically to the pump module to cover all mounting parts, which creates a clean and integrated appearance with the motherboard. Installation is a breeze thanks to the pre-filled all-in-one solution, excellent RAM clearance, flexible braided tubing and Phanteks Tube Clips that help route the tubing and fan cables for a clean PC interior.

AeroCool Intros Raven 4 ARGB Cooler

AeroCool today introduced the Raven 4 ARGB, a tower-type CPU cooler that relies on a custom design 120 mm fan. The cooler uses a typical aluminium fin-stack heatsink design. Four 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base, conveying heat through the aluminium fin-stack. This is ventilated by the 120 mm fan, with a unique frame design that guides airflow such that it envelopes the fin-stack along all sides.

The fan takes in a 4-pin PWM connection for its main function, and 3-pin ARGB for its lighting. The fan turns at speeds ranging between 900 to 1,800 RPM, pushing 24.1 to 58 CFM of airflow, with a noise output ranging between 18 to 27 dBA. The fan uses a hydraulic bearing rated for 60,000 hours. The cooler measures 125 mm x 80 mm x 135 mm (WxDxH). Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA1700, LGA1200, LGA115x, and AM4.

XPG Announces Free LGA 1700 Mounting Kit for LEVANTE 240 and 360 AIO Coolers

XPG, today announces free LGA 1700 mounting kit for existing All In One liquid coolers LEVANTE 240 and LEVANTE 360's customers free of charge, offering customers to use their current XPG coolers with the new 12th generation Intel Alder Lake CPUs. Both XPG LEVANTE 240 and LEVANTE 360 are compatible with the new Intel socket LGA 1700, and the new mounting kit will be available free of charge. Customers need to apply to validate on the Customer Support page with the proof of purchase of XPG coolers, 12th generation CPU and/or Motherboard, and XPG Customer Service will contact customers for further instructions. Delivery duration depends on customer's location, and only the materials required for the installation will be shipped.

CRYORIG Announces LGA 1700 Mounting Socket Support

CRYORIG has recently released preliminary details for their LGA 1700 socket cooler support program. The company is preparing five adapters for existing coolers that are not currently compatible with the new socket and hope to have these available for January 2022. CRYORIG will provide these adapter kits to eligible customers who have purchased a cooler from the company after January 1st 2021 and can provide proof of purchase of an Intel 12th generation Alder Lake processor. CRYORIG will also be selling the adapters for customers who purchased their cooler before December 31st 2020 with more information on the process to be released once the adapters have been finalized. The complete list of compatible coolers can be found below.
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